Anunnaki: The banned movie that never made it to cinemas
The film production “Anunnaki” was intended to be the first film of a great trilogy, this film was supposed to be released in 2006 with the first installment of the saga, but unfortunately this film was never released, in fact the project was suddenly abandoned, along with all the publicity for the film and its own website.
From this, a popular conspiracy theory about the film was created, where it is suspected that the Anunnaki themselves were banned or censored, although the “official” version is that they ran out of budget to finish the film’s production.
The director and creator of Annunaki, Jon Gress, is a director who has very few films, so he is little known, Jon in an interview revealed to be a faithful follower of the stories of Zecharia Sitchin.
Zecharia Sitchin said that while he was alive, he was able to decipher ancient Sumerian texts and discovered that the ancient Sumerians had contact with extraterrestrials, which would make the Sumerians the most advanced civilization on Earth. The Sumerians acquired an impressive astronomical, agricultural and livestock knowledge, in addition, the first social structures of civilization were formed, which last until today.
Some scientists disagree with Zecharia Sitchin, claiming that his theories are based solely on a misinterpretation of ancient Sumerian texts.
Anunnaki would have been just another science fiction movie were it not for the fact that it is supposedly based on real events in human history.
Many researchers said that this film could have had a strong impact on the population, as it would have led to monotheism in the West to carry a new belief, which would even ruin Darwin’s theory of evolution, it could also have had a significant impact on the way we live. we see and the place we occupy in the immensity of the universe.
These are some of the reasons why production of the Anunnaki film is believed to have been suddenly cancelled. Although some time later it became known that the authorities did not approve of the content that the director had included in the film.