The Anunnaki, although initially accepted, and very technologically advanced themselves, subsequently caused immense problems after their arrival to Earth and a war broke out. It seems this was no small battle, indeed, it changed the entire face of the Earth and irrevocably altered the course of life thereon.<quoted text>
What caused the dramatic climate change (it wasn't SUVs!)?
I could cut across all speculations & say a global flood wiped out past civilisations but as you know that raffles feathers.
(Note: The planet, Tiamat (Tia-MAAT), was destroyed in this war, which we now call the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. Mars began to lose it’s atmosphere, which affected everything on it’s surface eventually, in this war between the Anunnaki and the Ancient Ones.)
According to Sumerian sacred texts, the "Elder gods" (the Anunnaki), battled with and destroyed the Ancient Ones, and specifically Tiamat, their queen, the ancient of days, who is described as a "great wicked serpent" or "mighty dragon". Also described are her many strange allies - serpent men, dragons, sphinxes (lionmen), centaurs, dogmen and scorpion men. The titanic battle raged for ten years or more, laying waste to the Earth and its inhabitants...
The Anunnaki eventually won the battle and they divided up parts of the Earth between them. It is only after this that Humankind was "created" as a slave race. The Anunnaki were a race of warlords, for they often fought amongst themselves and involved Humans in their endless power struggles and petty jealousies.
This was written down in Sumerian text as the battle between Enki and Enlil - two Reptilian brothers.
The final battle which tore a hole in space-time, permanently damaging human DNA, happened back in Atlantis.(Read Edgar Casey for the details)