In a slightly twisted and weird turn of events, Iraq’s transport minister has caused a bit of a stir. Surprising reporters and ministers alike, upon opening the new airport in Dhi Qar, transport minister, Kazem Finjan, decided to give a brief history lesson of how the middle-eastern location was once the site for the first ever airport – ah…around 5,000 years ago.
“I invite those who doubt to read the book of the great Sumerian historian Zecharia Sitchin, or the books of Samuel Kramer including one entitled ‘History begins at sumer’ which speaks of the first airport constructed on planet earth, and it is there at el Naciria.
“The particularity of this place is that it remains the safest for the landing and takeoff of aircraft, due to favorable weather conditions. When the Sumerians settled on this land, they were aware of this and have chosen specifically for their flights to other planets,” minister Finjan states at the press conference.
Although many were quick to dismiss the minister’s claims in private, no one dared speak up, to confront him at the time.
However, there are some believers out there not so quick to dismiss Finjan’s claims of alien life form. Sitchin, the author referred to in Finjan’s speech, penned Ancient Aliens. According to writer Justin Deschamps, Sitchin has been “credited for revealing the hidden history and origins of humanity, based on alleged alternative translations of Sumerian tablets from antiquity.”
In other words, Sitchin had an inkling of what he was talking about. Although Sitchin’s views have been contested, his references to ancient middle-eastern sites suggest aliens once roamed the Earth, providing technology that has long been forgotten. As it stands, mainstream archeology has yet to submit an explanation for their discoveries, ranging from how the pyramids were built, to how laws, accounting and literature were in place with a Sumerian culture, which seemingly, just appeared out of nowhere.
Although Finjan’s unexpected talk on UFO’s paving the way for the latest airport in Iraq left mouths wide open, it remains that he has opened the discussion, yet again, about whether or not we are actually alone.
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