What caused the Anunnaki to leave our planet? We know that 445,000 years ago, they came to us and successfully constructed us as the perfect gold farmers for them to exploit.
Why would they leave us alone after they almost took over our whole planet in an instant? It wasn’t planned from the start, according to Zecharia Sitchin, since it was the result of a civil war between the Anunnaki rulers Ishtar and Marduk.
He wrote about it in his book The End of Times, which we highly suggest since it is quite insightful.
As a consequence of the conquerors Ishtar and Inanna’s unshakable desire, civil war occurred. They had already overrun Africa and Egypt, and Marduk’s Tower of Babel and his city of Babel had been glazed over.
After admiring its magnificence, Ishtar became enamored with it and fought Marduk, beginning in the Second Pyramid War that day.
Marduk defeated them and exiled them to Nibiru, their home planet, before beginning to build Babylon.
In 556 BC, however, he was deposed by the High Priestess of Sin, who effectively exiled him and the rest of the Anunnaki, appointing her son Nabonidus to reign Babylon.
The Anunnaki were forced to leave the spaceports of Teotihuacan and Nazca, which are still visible in America today.