The mystery of the bag of the Gods: the mystery of disappeared civilizations, over which modern scientists are fighting
The mystery of the bag of the Gods: the mystery of disappeared civilizations, over which modern scientists are fighting
Mysterious bag
Mysterious bag

Scientists around the world are struggling with a riddle: how is it possible that millennial images of the Anunnaki, which show a god with a mysterious bag in his hand, are found all over the world and even in Mesoamerican civilizations. It is a coincidence that this mysterious handbag in the hand of God, which can be seen in ancient Sumerian paintings of the Anunnaki, is found in several cultures in America and in Göbekli Tepe.

Convincing evidence found in the last couple of decades has proven that humanity is clearly experiencing "amnesia." Numerous discoveries made around the globe have made everyone doubt what is really known about the origin of mankind, ancient cultures and history in general. Today we have to slowly re-conduct research piece by piece and piece together the tiny pieces of a giant puzzle as we search for answers that scientists cannot answer.

For example, how can modern science explain the countless similarities between civilizations that lived thousands of years ago, and which were separated by tens of thousands of kilometers. Also why almost all ancient cultures on Earth decided to build pyramids. And why are so many pyramids so similar. It looks as if almost all ancient civilizations followed the same plan and were somehow connected with each other in some incomprehensible way thousands of years ago.

One of the most interesting and overwhelming mysteries can be traced back to Ancient Mesopotamia, often referred to as the cradle of civilization. It is the local mysterious motive that makes many authors wonder if everything is correct in the story that everyone is taught. The ancient Sumerians depicted their "Annunaki" deities in a very curious way. Two of the most interesting objects that can be seen in almost all depictions of ancient Sumerian deities are the "wristwatch" and the mysterious "bag" in the hand of the god.

Curiously, if you move thousands of kilometers from Mesopotamia to North and South America, then it is easy to find that the Maya, Aztecs and other ancient civilizations used the same motive, depicting their deities. And now let's move to Egypt, where … again the same motive. The famous symbol of the ankh, which is probably known to everyone, was also constantly depicted in the hand of a deity, and he was held by the upper loop in a very similar way to how the gods held their mysterious "purse" in ancient Mesopotamia and North and South America.

Now the question arises: why the ancient civilizations in America, Egypt and Mesopotamia depicted their deities with the same mysterious object in hand. Is it possible that all these ancient cultures were visited by the same "gods"? There is probably no answer to this now. Interestingly, however, the ancient Annunaki were almost always represented in humanoid form, although many traits indicate clear differences between the Anunnaki and ordinary people. At the same time, the facial features of the ancient gods of the Anunnaki have always been well hidden thanks to their large beards.

Just as the ancient Sumerians portrayed their gods as humanoids, the ancient Egyptians and various cultures in America did the same. The obvious question here is why. Why ancient cultures, separated by thousands of kilometers, depicted their gods in almost identical fashion. And that's not including the mystery bag. At the archaeological site of La Venta, a stone stele can be found depicting the ancient Mesoamerican god Quetzalcoatl, who suddenly holds in his hand the same "bag" or "bag" that appears in ancient Sumerian images.

Moreover, this is not the only place in Mexico where a curious image was found. If you go to Tula, an important regional center that reached its zenith as the capital of the Toltec empire between the fall of Teotihuacan and the rise of Tenochtitlan, there are still massive Atlantean statues. If you take a closer look at them, it is easy to notice that once again there is a mysterious bag.

Ruins of a Toltec temple in Tula, Mexico
Ruins of a Toltec temple in Tula, Mexico

And finally, we will go to Göbekli Tepe, which is located on a remote hill in the southern part of Turkey. And here you can see a strange bag in the hand of statues of deities. Göbekli Tepe is one of the oldest (if not the oldest) megalithic temple on our planet. Here are preserved massive stone pillars, set in the form of a series of rings, witnessing many of the most different civilizations that ruled the planet.

The massive stones are believed to have been carved by Neolithic hunter-gatherers around 12,000 years ago, although recent evidence points to the fact that the mysterious temple, which is made up of three huge stone circles, was deliberately buried for some unknown reason in the distant past.

After 13 years of excavation, archaeologists studying the site have not been able to understand how the ancient people erected some of the largest stone monuments on the planet. Why ancient cultures depicted their gods with a bag in hand, what was inside it and, most importantly, how it is possible that a mysterious bag is present in different civilizations around the globe - it is not known whether the answers to these questions will be found.

It is worth saying that incredible finds still happen today. Was recently found missing almost 300 years ago Galileo's finger.

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