Genesis Revisited: Phenomenon – The Lost Archives

Genesis Revisited from Phenomenon – The Lost Archives

Based on the book Genesis Revisited, by Zacharia Sitchin.

Evidence of a civilization ruled by emissaries from another world are revealed in the ancient tablets of man. Historian and Archeologist Zecharia Sitchin uncovers the lost and hidden archives of the Annunaki: Extra-planetary visitors who over 6,000 years ago inspired what is thought to be the earliest civilization known to man; Sumeria. From the sacred stone tablets of this culture, many of the teachings of the earliest inventors, philosophers and biblical scholars once thought mythical, are now known to be true. Where did these Anunaki come from? Sitchin says and NASA scientists concur, that there may be a mysterious 10th member to our solar system: The planet the Sumerians called, Nibiru.

Phenomenon – The Lost Archives (1998-2000)

A documentary series that takes an in-depth look at the topics found in recently declassified government documents. It explores well-known issues with new information that has been sequestered from the public for over sixty years.

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2 thoughts on “Genesis Revisited: Phenomenon – The Lost Archives

  1. Anibal Menon

    {I got interested in the topic after reading some books by Zacharia Sitchin. You are providing some great information here. Thank you !| {{Watching some von Daeniken films|Reading some von Daeniken works made my aware of that. Received

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    1. ZSI Post author

      Thank you for the feedback. I felt the Earth Chronicles series needed an online index to for quick reference, as well as relating other writings from Sitchen or others.

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