DNA of the Gods

DNA OF THE GODS, by Chris H. Hardy, Ph.D.
The Anunnaki Creation of Eve and the Alien Battle for Humanity
Inner Traditions, Bear & Co., March 21, 2014

The evidence keeps accumulating from tens of thousands Sumerian and Middle-Eastern clay tablets already unearthed that we are the descendants of the gods of Sumer, and the numerous striking similarities between the scriptures and these ancient texts (such as the Garden of Eden, the descendants of Adam and Eve, the erasing of Sodom, etc.) reveal that the deity in the Garden of Eden/Edin was the Sumerian Prince Enlil, the Commander of Earth. It is now breathtakingly clear that the events in Edin (aka Sumer) meant no less than a new leap in the bio-engineering of the present day human race issued from the DNA of the aliens “who came down to Earth” or ‘Anunnaki,’ and that this leap (the fourth one) lifted us to the stage of self-awareness.
It is high time that we get a fresh look at what it means for us that the deeds of the bio-engineers royals Ninmah and Enki, that so angered their brother Enlil (the Deity of Eden/Edin), were so drastically distorted in order to put the blame on the innocent First Couple and to rationalize the curse and punishment of all their descendants; and what it reveals for us that the wife, mother, and children of Enlil were so easily erased from history in the new patriarchal and monotheist religions, so that the feminine is absent from the divine realm.
Author Chris H. Hardy, with an incisive and insightful logic, with an in-depth ethnological and psychological competence, decrypts the inconsistencies and the distortions in the narrative of the Book of Genesis, which has plagued us with the weight of sin, and opens the way for a deconstruction and liberation from the foundational culpability-laden myths and their deadly impact along the millennia.
Following on the ground-breaking discoveries of biblical and Mesopotamian expert Zecharia Sitchin, Chris H. Hardy, Ph.D.—an ethno-psychologist and cognitive scientist currently researching nonlocal consciousness and mind potentials, and a long-standing scholar and author in the area of consciousness and Jungian psychology—decrypts the texts using the powerful new tool of a semantic fields analysis, permitting her to disengage and sort out distinct layers of texts and different narrators.

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Topics include:
•    The Anunnaki and Sitchin’s work;
•    Alien presence on earth & in our galaxy; their science and technology;
•    Women and gender studies, patriarchal cultures;
•    Creation of humanity by genetic engineering (by the Anunnaki goddess Ninmah);
•    Critical psychological biblical and scriptures studies; their lasting psychosocial influence;
•    Apocrypha (biblical and gnostic);
•    Symbolism and Esoterica, roots of initiatic societies, Hermetic science;
•    Jungian psychology;

•    Roots of evil and war on Earth in the wars of the ancient Anunnaki gods and the DNA we inherited from them;
•    Beyond Apocalypse: going beyond ‘My Good’ versus ‘Your Bad’

DNA of the Gods’ unique approach:
•    This book offers an original critique of the gender-biased interpretation of Genesis, as well as of the hierarchy-prone relationship between the deity and mankind, based on a novel way to analyze the text’s semantic fields (in which domain the author is an expert) (‘original’ as compared to the historical framework of Pagels, or the field of Critical psychological studies.)
•    Psychosocial profiles of our ancestors and creator gods.
•    Psychosocial profiles of the Book of Genesis’ narrators.
Unveiling the divergent aims of the Anunnaki: humanity as a match to our creators versus a servant race (see also the book of Michael Tellinger)

The book starts by sorting out the psychological profile of the main characters within the royal Anunnaki family—those who became our gods, taking examples from the Sumerian and Middle-Eastern tablets, to conclude that all our human flaws were exemplified to the extreme by them, men and women alike; it traces the human trend of war and competition for power to the continuous strife between the royal princes Enlil, supreme Commander of Earth and Enki, Lord of Earth, who were half-brothers and sons of King Anu. It stresses that Enlil tried to destroy and erase humanity several times, and nearly did it during the Deluge; in contrast, Enki and his half-sister Ninmah were the ones to prod humanity’s talents and knowledge, and to save us repeatedly from Enlil. Chapter 2 shows the sophistication of the Anunnaki science and its holistic paradigm, as exemplified  in the use  of the MEs—the Anunnaki magico-technological chips and nano-devices that controlled all sophisticated communication, space, research and technological facilities.
Chapters 3 to 6 describe the engineering of the Adamic humanity from the genetic and scientific viewpoint of the Sumerian tablets (using their own DNA mixed with an hominid’s DNA), with Ninmah improving five times the human genome and Enki bringing his own genes by fathering human offspring. They together raised the first humans at their homes like their own children, while Anunnaki goddesses had had artificial insemination of the novel hybrid hominid-Anunnaki ovum and bore them.
Chapters 4 and 5 instantiate a psychological and moral critique of the Genesis events as recounted in the Book, analyzing a clear double-bind as well as a shift of responsibility from the Gods to the First Couple. They show the latter texts distortion by comparing them to the Sumerian texts; they trace to biblical texts the excruciating damage done to women by Western institutionalized religions such as the four-century long Inquisition—taking as example Joan of Ark, burnt as a sorcerer and later canonized.
The outlook of the tablets is generally historical and non-moralistic, including the sequence in the Garden in Edin. The scriptures are heavily moralistic, and putting the blame on earthlings. In chapter 6, Chris Hardy uses the Semantic Fields Theory to analyze in great detail the key text of Genesis and  clearly sorts out two distinct semantic fields (with antinomic values and world visions) expressing themselves as two widely different frameworks: the Informational Framework (paralleling the Sumerian accounts) and the Moralistic (and despotic) Framework (inserted in the previous text) and clearly belonging to a narrator (or narrators) belonging to a much more recent culture.
Chapter 7 shows how our human thirst for knowledge and spiritual realization stems from Enki, Ninmah and Hermes giving full access to the “knowledge of the gods” to accomplished individuals, male and female, and traces the roots of several initiatic symbols to them (such as the Ankh, the Caduceus, the Templar Cross).


  1. Am I able to purchase this book from you? I'm a huge fan of Z. Sitchin's work (r.i.p.). I'd like to read some of yours.
    Warm regards.

  2. dan@cainillusions.com
    Warm regards (again)

  3. Hi Dan, look at the menu on the left (on this blog) "Buy Books online" - you'll be redirected toward a few online sites selling it (e.g. Amazon.com).
    Great reading! CHH

  4. This book is the first Anunnaki type book to seriously make me cry for what women and children have been subjected to throughout history....my heart aches.

  5. Hi Chris, your book is the first Anunnaki type book that moved me to tears as I was realizing the impact history had on the status of women and children as pawns to men's ego's! Thank you information age and the highway that links us all!