N.A.S.A Space News And Beyond
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Hi everyone. It’s very exciting and it’s news hot off the press. The Iraqi Transport Minister, Kazem Finjan, has come out and openly stated that the Anunnaki built the very first space port/ airport in Iraq 7000 years ago. He also goes on to say that all the proof is in Zecharia Sitchin’s writings. He also quotes two other books. This is incredible! A transport minister is very high up in any government, so for him to come out and say this, it is ground breaking..
Now, I believe that this is part of a disclosure project where they want to get the information out, because Nibiru is coming, and soon they’re not going to be able to hide it. Anyway, check it out yourself. INCREDIBLE!
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Iraqi Transport Minister, Kazem Finjan
September 30th, 2016
“Perhaps many of the people of the Dhi Qar Governorate do not know that the first airport to be built on planet Earth, 5000 years ago, before the Christian era, was build here, in Dhi Qar. If you do not believe me, read the book of the great historian Zecharia Sitchein who was an expert on Sumerian studies, read the books of Samuel Kramer, or the book written by H.G. Wells (sic) about this: History Begins from Sumer. He talked about the first airport built on the planet, which was in this place. This is the safest place for airplanes to land and take off, because some meteorological factors that limit an airplane’s maneuvering ability do not exist in the Dhi Qar airport. Not only above the airport – the skies all over Dhi Qar are safe for planes because there are no negative meteorological influences here. The atmosphere throughout Dhi Qar is positive.
When the Sumerians settled here, they knew full well that the atmosphere here was suitable for flying to outer space. It was from here that the Sumerian spaceships took off towards the other planets. The Sumerians were the first to discover the 12th planet, which was acknowledged a few days ago by NASA, and named Nibiru and which completes its orbit around the sun every 3,600 years.”