Anunnaki Banned Film demonstrates the full story of the Anunnaki as told in the Lost Book of Enki, which could have been told in Jon Gress’s Anunnaki Banned Film. The story summarized in this video tells the complete Anunnaki history from tablet 1 to tablet 14.
Anunnaki”da-nuna”, “da-nun-na-ke-ne”, or “da-nun-na”, literally: “Son(s) of Anu” whose meaning can be understood as “offspring of royalty” or “prince’s offspring” are a group of Sumerian, Akkadian, and Babylonian deities.
The Anunnaki were credited with being descended from Anu (or An), the Sumerian god of the sky, and his consort, the earth goddess Ki. Samuel Noah Kramer associates Ki with the Sumerian mother goddess Ninursag, claiming that they were originally the same figure. The oldest of the Anunnaki was Enlil, the god of the air and head of the Sumerian pantheon. The Sumerians believed that, until Enlil was born, earth and sky had not been separated. the earth with him while his father Anu took the sky with him.
Its relation to the group of Gods known as Iguigui is not clear. Sometimes the names are used interchangeably, but in the Atrahasis flood myth, the Igigui have to work for the Anunnaki, rebelling after 40 days and replaced with the creation of human beings.
Jeremy Black and Anthony Green offer a slightly different perspective on the Igighi and Anunnaki, writing that “lgigu or Iggui is a term introduced in the Old Babylonian period as a name for the (nine) ‘Great Gods’.
Although it sometimes retained this meaning in later periods, since the Middle Babylonian period it is generally used to refer to the gods of heaven collectively, just as the term Anunacu (Anúna) was later used to refer to the gods of the underworld. In the creation epic, it is said that there are 300 lgigi from heaven.