Anunnaki Gods of Ancient Mesoamerica

“Zecharia Sitchin makes the best arguments for the South American connection in his book, The Lost Realms. Sitchin attributes the influx of gods and men into the Americas to the Anunnaki, where in the Western Hemisphere the so-called mythological gods are named, for example, Viracocha or Quetzalcoatl, with Viracocha quite possibly equated to the Sumerian Ishkur (Inanna’s twin brother, aka “The Storm God”), while Quetzalcoatl might well be the Sumerian Ningishzidda and/or the Egyptian Thoth.”