I’m sorry, but it just sets me off whenever I hear anyone invoke those “Annunaki from Orion”–and then try to calculate how much public money has been spent on this person’s education.
I remember, back in the 1990s, when my home state of New Jersey got its first $100,000-a-year public school teacher.
If they can’t get kids to understand that no such place as “Orion” actually exists, teachers shouldn’t be paid anything at all.
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That is amazing. As you mention in your original post, Orion isn’t actually a place, it’s a pattern which doesn’t mean that these stars are even close together. No one ever came from there, because it’s not a place.
Maybe they’re referring to Orion Township in Michigan. 🙂