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Interview with Zecharia Sitchin (1996)

Antonio Huneeus, republished October 30, 2010

“I am bursting, people don’t realize how every day, every day we get corroboration of ancient knowledge…”

Image: Zecharia Sitchin

Sitchin next to his replica of the statue of Gudea taken during this interview. (image credit: Manuel Fernandez)

This interview was recorded in Sitchin’s home office in Manhattan’s Upper West Side on March 13, 1996. It was originally intended for the international Spanish magazine Año Cero (Year Zero), published in Madrid but distributed throughout Latin America as well. Later, a Japanese version was published in the now-defunct Tokyo magazine Borderland, and an edited version in the original English in Fate magazine in the U.S. However, this is the first time that the full, unedited transcript of the interview is presented, as a tribute to the great, late Zecharia Sitchin. Besides the range of highly interesting topics covered, it also shows Zecharia’s thought process and the way he dealt with difficult questions like predictions for the return of Nibiru.

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