Join the Mystic Moon Café crew as we talk ancient civilizations, Sumerian Demons, ancient Sumerian texts and their ties to ancient aliens and the Anunnaki Connection, with Dr. Heather Lynn – Historian, Renegade Archaeologist, & Defender of Classical Education!
Tune in on Wednesday, April 22nd at 10 PM ET/7 PM PT
About Dr. Heather Lynn
Dr. Heather Lynn is a historian, renegade archaeologist, and defender of classical education. A professor of humanities by day and ardent truth-seeker by night, Heather is on a mission to uncover and share the lost wisdom of antiquity, challenging the accepted narrative found in our history books. Author of multiple books and articles on fringe topics ranging from history to philosophy, Heather’s research includes hidden history, ancient mysteries, mythology, the occult, symbolism, paleocontact, and consciousness. In addition to regular appearances on podcasts and radio programs like Coast to Coast AM, Heather Lynn has been a historical consultant for television programs, including History’s Ancient Aliens.
Heather has undergraduate degrees in archaeology and the liberal arts. She continued to study anthropology and history through graduate school, earning her MA in History. Her thesis examines the intersection of economics, consumer culture, propaganda, and public education in Early Modern Europe. She went on to earn her doctorate in education at the University of New England. Her dissertation challenges the perceived pedagogical value of digital technologies over real artifacts in museum exhibits. As a life-long learner, she regularly participates in professional development courses and holds course certificates in Human Osteoarchaeology from Leiden University, Archeoastronomy from Politecnico di Milano, the Greek Hero from Harvard University, among others. She is also a certified social & behavioral research investigator through the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI Program).
Although Heather Lynn is a scholar, it is her open-minded approach that makes her a true renegade. In addition to her academic accomplishments, Heather is an ordained minister and holds a theological doctorate in Comparative Religion. She is also a member of multiple professional organizations, including: the American Historical Association, the Society for Historical Archaeology (SHA), Association of Ancient Historians, and World Archaeological Congress. In her spare time, she plays the French horn in a local symphony orchestra whose performances raise money to provide art and cultural education to low-income communities and has recently started playing violin. She loves classical music, tennis, and a good cup of tea.
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About ‘The Annunaki Connection’
Connects a diverse range of new and existing theories about the Anunnaki, offering a definitive guide to the Anunnaki while exploring their possible connection to humanity’s past, present, and future.
Over 6,000 years ago, the world’s first civilization, the Sumerians, were recording stories of strange celestial gods who they believed came from the heavens to create mankind. These gods, known as the Anunnaki, are often neglected by mainstream historians. The Sumerians themselves are so puzzling; scholars have described their origin as “The Sumerian Problem.”
With so little taught about the ancient Sumerians in our history books, alternative theories have emerged. This has led many to wonder, What is the true story behind the Sumerians and their otherworldly gods, the Anunnaki?
In The Anunnaki Connection, Heather Lynn connects a diverse range of new and existing theories about the Anunnaki, offering a definitive guide to Mesopotamian gods while exploring what role they might have played in engineering mankind. The Anunnaki Connection traces the evolution of gods throughout the Ancient Near East, analyzing the religion, myth, art, and symbolism of the Sumerians, investigating:
Who are the Anunnaki?
How accurate are the current Sumerian text translations, and how do we know for sure who to believe?
Is there a connection between the Anunnaki and other ancient gods? What about demons?
Where are the Anunnaki now? Will their possible return spell the end of our world?