AN 𒀭, father of the Anunnaki

Anunna (Sumerian)[1] is the oldest known name for pantheon (or progenitors), from which all deity myths derive from, at present in archaeology. The Anunna are a study of xenology for developing the ancient astronaut hypothesis.

The ANUNNA-KI (Anunnaki), the IGI-GI (Igigi), and the AB-GAL (Abgal), each have a role in the evolution of ADAM (adam, “humans”). Their names, capatilized, is the more correct form when transliterated directly from Cuneiform script. Of note, the word ‘ADAM’ is not from Cuneiform, but is a Hebrew word, that follows the same pattern of capitalization in Hebrew script. Its most earliest use, is a general noun that was later applied as a personal name (ie. Adam).



Anunnaki guardian of Ninhursag

ANUNNA-KI, (Akkadian: 𒀭𒉣𒈾𒆠), short meaning, “star rulers”; hypothesized meaning in full context:
“𒀭Star beings from AN- 𒉣 who are of princely seed, embodied as, or ruling over- 𒈾 specifically humans- 𒆠 (of/on) Earth.”

Hypothesized linguistics using Sumerian Lexicon and Cuneiform script sources.
  • AN, 𒀭, meaning “star”, root word: A, 𒀀, meaning “father” (compound poss. meaning “father star”)
  • NUN, 𒉣, meaning “princely people”; NU, 𒉡 , image; likeness; light; U, 𒌋, male bird, totality, to be on top of; raised high; giant; UN, 𒌦, meaning “people“
  • NA, 𒈾, meaning “human being”, or “incense”; (poss. context of NUNNA, embodied as a human being; in likeness of, or in the spirit of man; or ruling over man)
  • KI, 𒆠, meaning “Earth”


IGI-GI (Sumerian: 𒅆𒄀 , meaning “Watchers”, lit. “eye at the door”). The Igigi are a race of Anunna.



Bas-relief (probably) of a Apkallu figure from the temple of Ninurta at Nimrud.

AB-GAL (Akkadian: Apkallu), lit. meaning “Great water” (in context, “the sea of knowledge and wisdom”). The Abgal (Sumerian) are the Seven Sages who teach man wisdom and language. They can appear as human, or as anthropomorphic beings, often revealing themselves to man from the ocean or sea. The earliest known personal name given to an Abgal is Oan (Oannes). The Seven Sage motif is also known in Hinduism as the Saptarishi (from Sanskrit: सप्तर्षि), lit. “Seven Sages”.


ADAM (Heb: אָדָם‬, meaning “mankind”, “human beings”, lit. “red clay”) are beings who were created by the Illojiim (Those who create in their own image). In xenology, the adam (humans) were created by the Anunna Eloheem (Illojiim).[2] Also compare mortal man with Adapa (Babylonian).

Man and the Anunna



References Edit

  1. Oracc, Ancient Mesopotamian Gods and Goddesses, Anunna (a group of gods)
  2. Pravda Report, The Lacerta File I, pub. 2002 (Lacerta interview 1999, with commentary, and Lacerta interview 2000, with commentary)