Dr. Heather Lynn returns to Dreamland after her EPIC show last year about her book Evil Archaeology. This time, she offers a whole NEW take on the Anunnaki, exploring this mysterious legend from the perspective of a professional historian and, as she describes herself a “renegade archaeologist.” In the first hour of this exciting show, she tells us some amazing facts about ancient Sumeria and how it was that its great cities appeared virtually out of nowhere over the short span of a couple of hundred years. As Whitley points out, it’s as if we had nothing but mud huts in 1900 and by 2000 had not only build large cities, but invented everything from the library to the sixty-second measure of time to the most basic covenants of civilization and much, much more.

This show delves deeply into the mysteries of the past, but then, in the 3rd half hour, goes into the FUTURE when Whitley asks the question: have the Anunnaki already returned, and if so, what does that mean for us and our future?

You think you’ve heard all there is to hear about the Anunnaki? Think again!

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Heather’s website is DrHeatherLynn.com

20 Comments

  1. Can I pls get a link to the first interview with heather Lynn
    Warm Regards Annalise

  2. This being a virtual reality, as a collective dream. all those tablets are made to appear in it now by the gods we are, symbolized by the Annunaki.

    They are made to appear ancient, as we think of our origins as having taken place in the past as cause. But it’s all taking place now.

    It is meant to remind us of who we really are, but have forgotten because we appear as merely humans here. The collective merely human consciousness had been symbolized as the great flood in which we all drowned spiritually, except for a mostly still subconscious remnant of memory of our true Divine Identity or Self. But “Back Stage” as gods we know who we are in truth, and want to make ourselves conscious of it also in this world. To the benefit of the souls here, appearing as humans.

    The Divine Plan is that we come to Self-realization:

    Jesus: “Is it not written in your Law, ‘I have said you are gods.’?”
    ~John 10:35

    “What God seeks, he being himself God by nature, is to make us gods through participation, just as fire converts all things into fire.”
    ~St. John of the Cross, Sayings of Light and Love, #107.
    (That “fire” is the burning love of God.)

    “Accordingly, souls possess the same goods by participation that the Son possesses by nature. As a result they are truly gods by participation, equals and companions of God.”
    ~St. John of the Cross, Spiritual Canticles. Stanza 39.

    “Preach these glad tidings to the world: that I, the Son of God, became man to make men gods;”
    ~Ven. Louis of Granada. Summa of the Christian Life: Selected Texts from the Writings of Venerable Louis of Granada, O.P.

    St. Athanasius of Alexandria was an author of the phrase about Jesus Christ which has become popular in Christmas homilies: “He was made human so that he might make us gods” ~De incarnatione 54,3, cf. Contra Arianos 1.39

    “For this they hear and observe, “A new commandment I give unto you, that you love one another:” not as those love one another who are corrupters, nor as men love one another in a human way; but they love one another as those who are gods, and all of them sons of the Highest, and brethren, therefore, of His only Son, with that mutual love wherewith He loved them, when about to lead them on to the goal where all sufficiency should be theirs, and where their every desire should be satisfied with good things. For then there will be nothing wanting they can desire, when God will be all in all.”
    ~St. Augustine, Homilies on John, Tractate LXV, Chapter XIII, 34, 35 § 1.
    http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/1701065.htmcommento_vsg/index2.htm

    “God loved us when He made us in His likeness, yet a much greater work is for Him to make Himself the image of man. He lowers Himself to us to take us with Him, He makes Himself man(kind) to make us gods, and descends from heaven to take us there, and, in the end, died for us to give us life.”
    ~Translated from St. John of Avila’s Spanish letter 67, Obras Completas de San Juan de Ávila.

    More examples:
    “Divinization (Christian)”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Divinization_(Christian)

    May this awaken memories in us of Who and How we are in truth:
    “ET 101”
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ut3Jn-cANMk

    1. Speaking of rituals of initiation, here the god that is our true being has been symbolized as Jesus Christ: God in human appearance. And to experience as much as possible what experiencing being but human means compared to our original divine state, and as viewed from that state, by imitation our divine and human experiences become similar, and change from human to divine, here is a description of what going through that ritual entails:
      “Imitation of Jesus Christ – The Royal Road of the Holy Cross”, by Thomas Kempis
      https://www.theworkofgod.org/Library/Books/Kempis/Imitation_Christ.asp?page=37
      PS: I just got the Kindle version of “The Annunaki Connection.” Looks very interesting, sure worth a read, as it will evoke what seem to be ancient memories, but are reminders of how things are beyond the appearances, and who we really are. Including the different degrees of awareness in humanity and thus of the gods, from the most knowledgeable, wise and loving, to the most “dark” unenlightened loveless, and every state of spiritual development in between.
      And yet no matter how “dark” also they are divine extensions of our Creator. It is left up to us to want to lovingly recognize that, or hate those who hate what we but seem to be. Including themselves because of their imperfect disguise. A hate they may project on us for as long as they have not recognized their divinity yet hidden in their disguise.
      In a sense they have made themselves dependent on us for the true happiness of their divine Self-recognition. And it is our Creator in us Who does that.

  3. This is very interesting to me. I was interested in the ancient astronaut premise through my grandfather’s Chariots of the Gods so not a new concept and one that I have contemplated for many years through many books off an on. What is really interesting to me here, though, pertains to my own views about culture and humanities as seen through the lens of the big picture view of western civilization (I’m a college professor teaching humanities survey classes) and as a person trying to understand the current situation (by that, I mean the late 20th through now). As a humanities scholar, I have studied virtually every discipline in my quest to understand culture and as a “natural born” shaman (for lack of a better term), I have studied quite a bit of mysticism and am certified in a type of energy therapy called Polarity Therapy and have been for many decades. So, all that to say, I’m always looking behind the curtain and always trying to understand on every level. While I don’t have the level of academic credentials of your interviewee, I do have other credentials if you will that allow me to “see” what’s coming and it looks like an isolationist, authoritarian regime that is in fact welcomed by a number of people, not just in America, but in other democratic and semi-democratic nations. I could waste a lot of “ink” here describing the historical and cultural precedents and patterns and others, like Sitchin for one (who reminded me an awful lot of my grandfather when I met him), noted the hierarchical precedent established by worship of the elite in Mesopotamia and Egypt as early fertile crescent, neolithic cultures evolved into our current model of civilization (cities, measurement, etc.). We begin to have war, an organized national army (there was a Sargon the Great before there was an Alexander or a Caesar), a god bestowing laws to the leader who was then the ultimate authority, etc. Really, in spite of a few short-lived attempts in Greece (in spite of the western cultural narrative’s propaganda), it’s all a top down feudal hierarchy, all the way. Even the Roman Church built its hierarchy on that of Imperial Rome, which had essentially imitated the pharaohonic idea to be “related” to a god to enhance authority (going back to those actual annunaki at one time=”blue blood”). This is not new, but this is such an interesting perspective on the model’s earliest origins. It has been a bit baffling that the neolithic people, even with their priestly caste (druids, etc. or previously perhaps even women) got from there to what happens in Mesopotamia and then became extremely competitive and violent. The Sumerians were just the beginning because the Akkadians were even more war-like and the whole region has been a tribal battleground for thousands of years (so nothing new there either). Side note: I saw recently that there have been a number of Neanderthal skeletons found in the foothills of the Altai mountains which I found to be very interesting that they migrated that far out of their sparse settlements in Europe. This is, of course, considerable “pre” what we are discussing here, but still, in the course of the longer timeline, as perhaps the earliest shamanic human cultures that were there when the Annunaki’s ancestors arrived, well it’s just fun to think about. We just don’t have very much to go on. As she says, it’s a telephone game situation and that’s where I think we will have to rely on shamans who can remote view the deep past. That’s what I am working on, combining the intellectual and the spiritual to bring our knowledge forward.

  4. Is it possible that the Anunnki, as individuals and as a collective, have their own debate about the ethics of enslaving others? Could they be evolving in their own moral consciousness, and changing the dynamic of how they relate to us? Although most humans have moved past rationalizing slavery as acceptable, most of our cultural institutions are still structured upon a scaffold of hierarchy. In the microcosm of many interpersonal relationships, including families, humans wrestle with power dynamics. We certainly do also in our relationships with other species on this planet.
    Are we seeing ourselves in the Annunaki? Are they seeing themselves in us? Do any of them, individually, have empathy for us? Can we learn to become better humans by observing how we feel about our experiences with them, and changing our own behavior accordingly?

    1. I love these questions because the same ones sprung into my own mind after listening to this interview. Is it possible for humans to create a societal system in which no one is enslaved, yet many are in service to others? The most prolific among us need help too, especially so that they may focus on their gifts. In this way, those of a lower caste need not seem inferior, only making their important contribution to the whole.

  5. Finally a person that studies and researches ancient Sumer. Not the Anunnaki inquisition of digging for gold hybridised slave monkeys. But takes a more realistic view of the situation. That was a breath of fresh air.

  6. I hope that you still post Catherine’s interview even though some of the information discussed is out of date. Catherine’s forte rather than medical is financial and that storm from the quarantines hasn’t really hit yet and I would be interested in what she has to say.

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    I want to give her a chance to listen to it and update it as she feels necessary. I have not been able to get in touch with her. As soon as I do, we’ll either do another interview or run this one, but I have to have her input first.

  8. I have read ALL of Zecharia Sitchin’s books and the material there has left me spellbound. The books give me a mental image of the character of these battling brothers Enki/Enlil, brought them to life.

    Below is an excellent video and gives a good description of our evolution according to Edgar Cayce. When I think of the beginnings of Lemuria/Oz/Og it might describe the “SAGES” brought up in this interview with Dr. Heather Lynn. Might they still be surrounding us in the mystical aether?  Early on they were thought forms, different  from the later Atlanteans who were the inventors/technical/materialistic.

    Were these ancient entities “THE ANNUNAKI?”

    “The entity was among those that journeyed to the land of the Incal, as now called, but then to the land of Oz and Og.”
    (Edgar Cayce Reading 1183-1)

    “A FRACTURED SOCIETY.”

    “KEEPER OF THE PORTALS.”
     
    I was once at an A.R.E. CONFERENCE when the speaker said, “Atlantis lasted so long that you can be sure we were ALL THERE? (That would include ALL of us).

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v_L7NepYBAI&list=PLOs8hefRurMlLsY_a0quoN8MFS57swkc7&index=2

  9. The “Gold” symbolizes the Divine Self-knowledge and Love for Who we are beyond these human appearances. All the Creator wants is that we love ourselves and others and become as happy with oursleves and others as the Creator is.
    That it is the Creator Who is reading this now in human appearance. Without really being how this human appearance is.
    As the mystic wrote:
    “Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, but have not charity, I am become as sounding brass or a tinkling cymbal.
    And though I have the gift of prophecy, and understand all mysteries and all knowledge, and though I have all faith so that I could remove mountains, but have not charity, I am nothing.
    And though I bestow all my goods to feed the poor, and though I give my body to be burned, but have not charity, it profiteth me nothing.”
    ~1 Corinthians 13:1-3
    https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1+Corinthians+13&version=KJ21

    1. Thank you for posting this verse Lodehere. It is truth.

      Just to clarify what the word ‘charity’ actually means in the context of the verse:
      “In the Vulgate the Latin word often is used as translation of Greek agape “love” — especially Christian love of fellow man”
      from – etymonline.com/word/charity

      Our more modern understanding of the word charity has different connotations which cloud the wonderful intention behind what St Paul (or Timothy?) was trying to communicate. As an aside, Freemasons use the word ‘charity’ in the exact same context.

  10. But then again i guess i have a personal bias. Ive seen the visitors do some incredible things technology over the past 25 years. If a culture advanced to a certain point found it in their best interest to modify a specie below them. Then miners for gold it is. But eventually it would lead to a revolution.

  11. thanks Heather Lynn & Whitley for having her back.
    That was thought provoking. I love that kind of thing. Heres the fun that lots of us heard…
    between 01:04:30 – 01:06:00
    Dictionary (warped sound)
    meteor (warped sound)
    Deity (same)
    I dont believe in coincidence. Nan Madol is amazing.
    anyway, that was great.
    HG

  12. How refreshing and encouraging to hear an academic speak withOUT a forked tongue. She is amazing and able to communicate in such a strong yet easy manner. This was my first introduction to her. I’m getting the book and going to listen to the first show you had with her Whitley. Thanks so much.

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