<Smile Jamaica and Acoustic Levitation; 11 sec.>
My favorite television show is Ancient Aliens. Friday Nights on H2. I am fascinated with the concept of how what we know as Mesopotamian mythology predated the Bible and was really the story of Ancient Aliens. Not Skygods. Nor Greek Gods. It was the Anunnaki
A dude named Zecharia Sitchin translated thousands of Sumerian cuneiform tables and discovered a hidden history of Ancient Aliens who came from the Twelfth Planet. A place called Nibiru.
The Anunnaki – those who came from the Sky – were space miners who needed gold for their atmosphere on Nibiru.
With an elliptical orbit, there are times when Nibiru approaches Earth which has massive gold holdings. The Anunnaki land space ships in places like Sinai, Sumer (modern day, southern Iraq), the Indus Valley and of course, Egypt. Then they went to the major gold fields in Southern and Western Africa.
<The 12th Planet: Nibiru – home world of the Anunnaki; 18 sec.>
From Book IV of Sitchin’s Earth Chronicles: The Lost Realms. About the “Bearded Ones”: The Anunnaki who also visited the New World where the Mayan and Incan civilizations had so much gold, it was worthless as currency.
The Anunnaki had come to Earth 432,000 years before the Deluge – a period equivalent to 120 orbits of Nibiru. Though to the Anunnaki one orbit equalled a single year which was equivalent to 3600 Earth Years. They came and went between Nibiru and Earth each time their planet came closer to the Sun (and Earth) as it passed between Jupiter and Mars.
But these Anunnaki were lazy. So they created mankind to mine the gold to take back to Nibiru. Superior Anunnaki DNA spliced with Homo Erectus DNA. And what happened was these Anunnaki liked human women and there was plenty of bedjamming between the two groups.
Finally, the main Sumerian God Anu was fed up with humans. He commanded that the Anunnaki wipe them out with a massive flood.
One of the gods, Enki, took pity on mankind and decided to warn them about the Deluge meant to wipe out the annoying humans.
Was it Noah and his Ark? Pshaw. It was a Sumerian named Ziusudra in a submarine.
Do I believe any of this? Sure why not. Here are the 12 planets that the Sumerians wrote about around 2700 BC. Planet, in this case, celestial body
- The Sun
- Luna (Earth’s moon)
- Uranus (discovery 1781 AD)
- Neptune (discovery 1846 AD)
- Pluto (discovered 1930 AD)
- Nibiru (The 12th Planet)
The Sumerians knew about these outer planets 4500 years before local astronmers knew about them. Makes sensi to me!
High-lights of the Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives: Sept. 19, 2015; 34 sec.
Set 1: Harvest Time
<Time to clean out the bad weeds, separate them from the good for the day of harvest is here — Don Carlos; 10 sec.>
- Wayne Jarrett – Every Tongue Shall Tell; Showcase (Wackies) ’82 Brooklyn, NY vinyl; Horace Andy cover
- Sly & the Revolutionaries – Marijuana; Black Ash Dub (Trojan) ’80 Dub Album of the Hour
- Don Carlos & Gold – Harvest Time; Raving Tonight (RAS) ’83: Harvest Time Set
- Sugar Minott – Herbman Hustling; Big Blunts vol. 1 (Tommy Boy) ’84; Seven Leaf collection
- Black Survivors – Herb Pon Top; Nations of the World (Sword Lion) ’95 Revelation 22:2: the leaves of the tree are for the healing of the nation
<Revelation 22:2; 12 sec.>
- Dr. Israel & the Brooklyn Sound System – Sensi Man (the Ghetto Theatre Proudly Presents the Further Adventures of); Black Rose Liberation (Baraka Foundation) 2003 Brooklyn jungle herbtune
- John Holt – Police in Helicopter; 12” (Holt) ’82 herbtune
<You burn down our collie fields, we burn down your cane fields — John Holt; 33 sec.>
- The Wailers – Baby We’ve Got a Date; Catch a Fire (Tuff Gong) ’73: JA vs. US/UK overdubs
<Catch a Fire: JA original mashup Island overdubs; 57 sec.>
<Differences in JA vs. US/UK: Baby, We’ve Got a Date; 1 min. 22 sec.>
- Lijadu Sisters – Bobby; Danger (Knitting Factory) ’75 Nigerian twins do Reggae
<Twin Nigerian Sisters; 35 sec.>
- The Congos – Some Are Having Fun; 10” (Ariwa) 2002 UK; Cedric Myton/Mad Professor
Set 3: Best of 26 Years Smile Jamaica. Milestone….pun intended!; 10 sec.
- Burning Spear – Ethiopians Live It Out; Presenting (Studio One) ‘72
- Joe Higgs – Life of Contradicditon; Life of Contradiction (Micron/Pressure Sounds) ‘75
- Althea & Donna – They Wanna Just; Uptown Top Ranking (Virgin Front Line) ‘78
- The Revealers & the Crucial All Stars – Jail House Free + Rikers Island Dub; Jack Ruby Hi Fi (Clappers) ’81 Brooklyn, NY
- Mad Professor – Ultimate Experience; It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Professor (Ariwa) ’94 Dub Album of the Hour
- Peter Tosh – Bush Doctor; Live at the Jamaica World Music Festival (Peter Tosh Foundation) 11/27/82 Montego Bay, JA
- Bunny Wailer – Gumption; Gumption (Shanachie) ‘90
- Super Chick – Me a Champion; 10” (Hitbound) ‘83
Set 5: Vinyl Is Vital
- Louise Bennett – Day O; Jamaican Folk Songs (Smithsonian Folkways) ’57 10”; 8 sec.
- Ken Boothe – Good Woman; Reggae For Lovers (Generation) ’79 Missisauga, Ont.
- Wailing Souls – Walk the Chalk Line; Knotty Vision (Nighthawk) ’83 St. Louis, Missouri
- Mighty Diamonds – No Crying, No Bawling; Indestructible (Alligator) ’82 Chicago
- Horace Andy – New Broom; Sounds of Jamaica Top Ten (Studio One) JA
<Smile Jamaica’s motto: New broom sweeps clean, but old broom knows the corners; 10 sec. >
- Tena Stelin – Flying Saucers; 7” (River Bank) 2001: Song about the Anunnaki – Ancient Aliens
<Ancient Aliens in the Bible and Sumerians via the Anunnaki; 68 sec.>
<Return of the Anunnaki; 55 sec.>
<UFOria on Smile Jamaica; 24 sec.>
- Mad Professor & Puls Der Zeit – Sex and Crime Dub; Meet at Checkpoint Charlie (ROIR) ’89 West German dub w/ female vox
- Cornell Campbell – Magic Spell; Hot Bomb! (Westside)
- Barry Brown – My Woman; 10” (Hitbound) ‘80
<Channel One and Hitbound: The HooKim Brothers; 15 sec.>
- Samia Farah – Du Signe du Lion (The Sign of the Lion); Many Moods of (SAM) 2008 Fr. Tunisian female
- Smashmouth feat. Chopper – Virgin Girl; Halfbaked Soundtrack (MCA) ’98 herbtune, Eek a Mouse cover; 19 sec.
- Original Survivors – Come Away Jah Children; Black Slavery Days (Clappers) ’80
Set 8: Mutant Dub UFOria; 47 sec.
- Spiritual Rez – Let’s Go Out With a Bang; Apocalypse Whatever 2014; UFOria Mutant Dub Set
- Dubadelic – Thuds Like Scuds; Bass Invaders (Word Sound) ’98 Brooklyn
- Armagideon – Galactic Travel; Natural Elements Dub (Armgideon) ’95 UK
- Audio Active – Adventures in Time and Space; Happy Happer (ON U Sound) ’95 Japanese
- Audio Active & Laraaji – Space Visitors For Tea – That Lump On Your Head; The Way Out is the Way In (All Saints) ’95
- Alpha & Omega – Rhythm of the Ancients; The Half That’s Never Been Told (Steppas) 2014 UK trance dub w/ female vox