I have read every topic on this forum about the “Supreme Being” question asked on the petition and none quite answer my question.
I have researched early and ancient texts from the days of the Sumerians and Babylonians and they all spoke of a race called the Annunaki. After years of research and evidence to back the case, I have come to my belief which I hold today: that the human race has a creator and that creator was the Annunaki.
They hail from a planet called Nibiru. In the Sumerian text “The Epic of Creation,” which, I think, is what all modern religions base their own texts from, especially Genesis. It tells their tale of how they came to Earth and came to create the human race. The first creator of the humans was an Annunaki king named Enki and his counter-part, Enlil, soon followed suit. In these ancient cuneform texts, it speaks of an uprising of the Nephilim, a lesser blood-line of the Annunaki. We were created as a solution to the cause of the Nephilim’s dismay.
Now, with that small amount of background knowledge about my belief, here is my question:
I do believe the human race has a creator. I do believe that my beliefs are what most, if not all, modern religions are based upon. I do believe that the Annunaki is supreme to us but not necessarily a “Supreme Being,” as in an all-knowing, all-powerful, mystical being. I believe the Annunaki had a hand in developing the Earth as we know it today. Now, from what I have read about the Annunaki, and Enki, I truly believe Enki to be what most Christians would called Jesus and Enlil to be Satan. Also, the Annunaki ruler, Anu, would be considered God in most modern religions and the Nephilim, angels. I believe this wholeheartedly.
But, and here is the kicker, I do not actively worship Enki, Enlil, or any of the Annunaki. I believe we were created, and what they instilled into us in our creation is their blessing to us. But I feel no need to worship our creators as “Supreme Beings,” in the supernatural sense, because they are physical, tangible beings. I have petitioned my local lodge before researching what exactly the Mason’s view on what the “Supreme Being” actually is, and I assumed that since, in my belief, religion was based on the exact thing I believe to be true, minus the supernatural parts, then I must be good to go. And, also, the fact that the Annunaki did create us and were supreme to us, and still are, made me believe that my beliefs would be acceptable.
But upon further reading, I can see that most Masonic lodges in the U.S. only accepts beliefs in the supernatural “Supreme Being.” I’m curious if my beliefs are an acceptable term to the Masons because I do not want to join under false pretenses; I couldn’t handle the guilt of lying about my beliefs.
Thank you for your time,