The Official Site for Zecharia Sitchin Videos, Artifacts, and Educational Materials
WORLD TRAVEL CLOCK
This is the wind-up alarm clock Zecharia Sitchin took on his world trips. During his travels, he would sometimes use it to wake up in the middle of the night to get various measurements of ancient structures and catch the angles of the sunrise through those structures.
This authentic poster was created exclusively to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Zecharia Sitchin's book, "The 12th Planet". It features the cover of the original 1976 book.
This authentic poster was created exclusively to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Zecharia Sitchin's book, "The 12th Planet". It features book covers of "The 12th Planet" in 30 different languages from around the world.
STATUE OF GUDEA
A notable item from Sitchin's personal collection was this replica of the Statue of Gudea. It was prominently displayed in his living room, positioned between two red chairs, and occasionally appeared in recorded interviews for public viewing. (Click the link below to see more images and a video clip.)
As with some of his other personal items, the Statue of Gudea was sold to one of his fans through an auction after his passing.
During Gudea's reign in ancient Mesopotamia (approx. 2144 BCE to 2124 BCE), inscriptions found on statues, stones or clay tablets commonly praised him as "Gudea, the builder of temples, may he live long." Commissioned by Gudea or his associates, these texts honored his contributions and sought blessings for his longevity. The inscriptions celebrated Gudea's vital role in constructing temples while expressing wishes for his well-being.
Sitchin writes about Gudea in the 5th book of The Earth Chronicles, “WHEN TIME BEGAN”. It's written within a section titled, “The Divine Architects”. Click below to more photos and also read some interesting paragraphs from the book.