Reversing the Curse: The Block in the Homo Sapien

By Jean-Claude Gerard Koven

I first heard of the Anunnaki some twenty years ago when I read The Twelfth Planet by Zecharia Stichin. His book, the product of extensive research into Sumerian tablets and other ancient writings, describes the Anunnaki as the inhabitants of Nibiru, a planet that circles the sun in a 3,600-year elliptical orbit opposite in direction to all the other planets in our solar system. It is not easily seen, the story goes, because its orbital plane deviates considerably from ours and only passes through our rotational plane once every thirty-six centuries.

The myth of creation related by Stichin says: “Soon after our solar system began to form, a planet thrust from another solar system passed near ours, was attracted inward, collided with a planet called Tiamat, broke her up to create Earth and the asteroid belt, and itself was captured into a great orbit around our sun to become the planet Nibiru. It was so ‘Earthlike’ that the Seed of Life, begun there, was transferred to Earth during the collision.”

Eons passed as life evolved on both Earth and Nibiru. In time the Anunnaki faced the prospect of extinction as they discovered Nibiru was slowly losing its air supply; the only solution was through an elaborate process involving the dispersal of great quantities of gold into their failing atmosphere. When Nibiruian technology evolved sufficiently to allow space travel, the Anunnaki came to Earth, where they discovered vast stores of the gold they desperately needed.

After an extended period of successful mining operations on Earth, the mine workers brought from Nibiru rebelled, and the Anunnaki rulers on Earth decide to replace their own laborers with native Earth life. Their initial attempt was unsuccessful, so they resorted to genetic engineering to splice the native Homo erectus genes with the more complex Nibiruian genes. After several attempts, the Anunnaki succeeded in creating a hybrid species ideally suited to their needs – the one we now call Homo sapiens.

The myth goes on to relate the trials and tribulations that arose as a consequence of interbreeding and uncontrollable population growth. War broke out, and a decision was made to rid the planet of the new species through massive floods. From there, Stichin’s saga parallels many of the Bible stories that he claims are adaptations of earlier Sumerian writings.

It all makes for a compelling story – especially with Stichin’s extensive supporting documentation. I assumed, however, that if Nibiru and the Anunnaki were real, it was surely in some parallel universe and the “facts” were to be taken far more metaphorically than literally. That is, until two months ago when the impossible happened and the margins separating the two parallel universes started to fade.

In late March of 2006, shortly before delivering a talk at the Body, Mind, Spirit Expo in San Diego, I was introduced to Ranan Shahar, the founder of the New Dawn Clinic in Los Angeles. He had recently returned from a course in Switzerland concerning a process called Atlasprofilax that realigns the topmost spinal vertebra, called C1 or the atlas. This curious part of our anatomy, exhibiting little resemblance to all the other vertebrae, fittingly received its name from Atlas, the Titan in Greek mythology who supported the Earth on his shoulders.

According to Shahar and the Atlasprofilax literature, the C1 of virtually every single human is dislocated (luxated in chiropractic terms), causing an energy blockage in the spinal column along with a host of physical and mental disturbances. Astonishingly, I was told that the luxation is always in the same direction—statistically impossible if this displacement was simply the result of physical trauma.

Although it was just a half hour before I was scheduled to speak, I accepted Shahar’s invitation to experience the process for myself. Sure enough, despite all my previous metaphysical practices, countless Rolfing sessions, deep tissue work, and chiropractic adjustments, I was among the 99.9 percent of humanity with a significantly luxated atlas. The treatment involved the massaging (including the use of a pulsating probe) of the soft tissue surrounding the C1 vertebra. Apparently only one fifteen-minute treatment is necessary, and if properly performed, it lasts a lifetime.

Despite being told about the nature of the process, I had completely underestimated its effect. Imagine standing in a dry river bed just below a dam as it is being demolished. That’s about as close as I can come to describing what occurred. The “old me” was ripped away in a torrent of freely flowing energy, and I could all but see myself emerging from my personal chrysalis. Within minutes, the flood modulated into a steady flow, and I received a distinct message telling me that I had broken through a blockage deliberately engineered into the human genome.

While I enjoy a good story every now and again, this one begged for independent corroboration. A few days later I called my friend Wynn Free the author of The Reincarnation of Edgar Cayce? (, who teams with Terry Brown in channeling an evolved extraterrestrial intelligence called the Elohim. When he responded several days later with a message from the Elohim, my information was confirmed: The luxated C1 was deliberately engineered into the Homo sapiens coding by the Anunnaki in order to render their native pool of mining slaves more docile, programmable, and controllable. This mechanism has remained in the human genetic makeup ever since, and I suspect it is well known to those who understand how best to exploit such things.

The story is apparently acknowledged by the Atlasprofilax practitioners in the United States (see: for a listing of both of them). Synchronistically, Théodor Haene, the only person in America other than Shahar trained in the process, happened to come to our home a few weeks ago for a visit (forget calculating the odds of that happening; the universe has never been required to play by man’s rules). At first Haene was reluctant to speak beyond the biomechanical aspects of the process. But when I shared my story with him, he turned in amazement and smiled.

Although realigning one’s atlas seems a good and necessary process, it does not come without a price. Who knows what darkness is amassed behind our dam walls? Once the energy bursts free, both the physical and emotional bodies have considerable catching up to do. While my spiritually body soared, and my emotional body quickly adjusted to the new game at hand, my physical body is just beginning to find its footing within this higher vibratory state. Ten days after the treatment, I experienced a severe spasm under my left shoulder that lasted for seventy-two hours. Within weeks I needed the work of a healer to help clear considerable blockages in my digestive tracts, and even as I write these words, I am recovering from an onset of sinus and chest infections that is cleansing years of accumulated debris.

I am told that Atlasprofilax (currently offered in ten countries) is not the only process available for realigning the C1 vertebra. Apparently some network chiropractors, doctors employing the Blair Upper Cervical Technique, and possibly other therapists and shamans are skilled in the business of reversing the effects of this ancient curse. Both Haene and Shahar are open to sharing their work and are willing to train as many practitioners as possible.

I support the spread of any knowledge that frees the human race. This is the time of awakening, when each of us is being challenged to emerge from the false comfort of our hiding place in the still, dark waters behind our dam. Albert Einstein once said, “No problem can ever be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.” If we are to put an end to the insanity that has a death grip on our collective sensibilities, then we all need to move to a higher level of consciousness before it is too late.

Jean-Claude Koven is a Rancho Mirage, CA based writer and speaker. He is the author of Going Deeper: How to Make Sense of Your Life When Your Life Makes No Sense, the Allbooks Reviews editor’s choice for the best metaphysical book of 2004. For more information, please visit:

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