Why did the Anunnaki abandon our planet? We know that 445,000 years ago, they came to us and effectively built us as the ideal miners for them to exploit in order to farm our gold.
They practically took over our entire world in an instant, so why would they just leave us alone? According to Zecharia Sitchin, it wasn’t intended from the start because it was the outcome of a civil war between the Anunnaki monarchs Ishtar and Marduk.
He wrote about it in his book The End of Times, which we recommend you read since it’s incredibly profound.
Civil conflict erupted as a result of the conquerors Ishtar and Inanna’s unwavering determination. They had already conquered Africa and Egypt, and they had glazed over Marduk’s Tower of Babel and his city of Babel.
Ishtar desired to have it after seeing its beauty, so she attacked Marduk, resulting in the Second Pyramid War that day.
After defeating them, Marduk banished them to Nibiru, their home planet, and began to construct Babylon.
However, in 556 BC, he was overthrown by the High Priestess of Sin, who virtually banished him along with the rest of the Anunnaki, establishing her son Nabonidus as the ruler of Babylon.
The Anunnaki were compelled to depart the Teotihuacan and Nazca spaceports, which can still be found in America today.