Sumerian Star Gate 
Ea stands in his watery home the Apsu
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The picture above is taken from a Sumerian Cylinder Seal. Notice the "water" represented on both sides of the gateway and the stairs receding into the entry. The God emerging is obviously represented as being in the distance by perspective, coming out of the gate. This is one of the better examples of a "stargate" in historical documentation. Following is an excerpt from E. Vegh's E-Book "The Anunnaki and the Abyss". Her books are very interesting and thought provoking
Enki walks out of the water to the land.

Enki walks out of the water to the land.

The Anunnaki and the Abyss
by E. Vegh - Excerpt

Abyss = Abzu
(see also "What's in a name?")

Many scholars have translated the word "Abyss" to mean, a deep body of water. Likewise, Assyriologists assume the sumerian "Abzu" is a mythological deep body of fresh water, an underground water source. However, considering the ways in which both the Abyss and Abzu are described in ancient texts and depicted on cylinder seals, it's highly unlikely that any such translation is completely revealing or entirely accurate. In this book, I will describe how and why such translations are incorrect and provide a feasible set of alternative viewpoints for your consideration. 

According to biblical texts, there's a hidden door to the "Abyss" and "Bottomless Pit" in the vicinity of the Euphrates river, a star gate of sorts. It has been there, buried under the ruins of the ancient Mesopotamian city of Eridu, for thousands of years. [1] It's my contention, that this Abyss mentioned in the bible, is also referred to in sumerian texts as the "Abzu," and is associated with a sumerian god known as "Enki-Ea." 

The Abzu or Engur, is further described as a doorway from which Enki-Ea arrived on the Earth and over which he built the Temple of E. ABZU at Eridu, to facilitate its usage. Yes, you heard me right: usage.

To read the rest of the story go to The Star*Gates by E. Vegh
Anunnaki King - Ninurta
This relief in the British Museum show the Anunnaki King Ninurta in a Gateway. He is very clearly using a finger to push something on the wall of the Gate (3).. Is he activating the Portal? His bracelet looks very similar to a modern wrist watch (2) and the emblem around his neck matches the design for Mount Meru and is very similar to our modern radiation symbol. This symbols has been identified as also representing the power of the "Dark Star" {The other five symbols will be identified as soon as we find a source}
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