Similarities between Tartarian, ancient Sumerian, and contemporary cultural imagery suggest deep links between these cultures and present-day centers of power. For example, mentions of an ancient mythical creature known as the griffin appear repeatedly in Sumerian mythology. The griffin also appears on the Tartarian flag and on many other well-known contemporary cultural artifacts, such as the British royal seal, the Masonic seal, the flags of many nations, and statuary in the Vatican and in Washington, D.C. The eagle, symbol of America, can be seen in the griffin.
The Scythians, the society that preceded the Tartarians, made gold adornments, one of which shows a double-helical structure, reminiscent of DNA or “the tree of life.” We also see this structure in Sumerian art, and we know that the Sumerians were ancient purveyors of genetic manipulation.
These connections raise more questions: Was the nation of Tartaria a development of the ancient Sumerian Empire and their gods, the Anunnaki? More importantly, did Tartarian society promote the Anunnaki’s project of human enslavement? In other words, was it the first NWO — the ancient prototype of the “one nation, under God, indivisible” that children pledge allegiance to today in classrooms all over the US?
Besides the well-touted issue of educational indoctrination, the issue of humanity’s lost history concerns our children in a deeper way — and this is not some tear-jerker, bleeding-heart appeal.
Our children are our seeds, the carriers of ancestral memories housed in the DNA. And if that genetic material has been manipulated for thousands of years — as the image of the tree of life/double helix in some pieces of Sumerian art suggests — then some serious untangling and repairing needs to be done, and on the double.