Erik Poltorak

poltorak, e..pngErik Poltorak (Sumerian Researcher)
RIP (b: ? – d: 2012)

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5.15 – The Anunnaki Connection (10.14.13)

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ABOUT:

By day, Erik Poltorak is a successful stock broker in Los Angeles; by night, he is the webmaster for http://www.sitchin.com, the official website of author, Zecharia Sitchin. Erik began studying the Bible in Hebrew at an early age. By 1997, he began to read and hear Mr. Sitchin, who specializes in comparative studies of the Ancient World. Erik was intrigued by Sitchin’s perspective that the key to humanity’s past lies in ancient Mesopotamia, particularly the written descriptions of extraterrestrial “gods.” Astonishingly, much of the Old Testament seems to be derived from the tales of these Sumerians!

Erik’s own research was enriched by his several group trips alongside Mr. Sitchin, including treks to England, Malta, Mexico and Italy. Erik’s main focus of study is looking at the first occurrences of themes, stories and language found in the archeological record, and then comparing them to the historical record. The consistencies between them may reveal our true history. [1]

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Erik Poltorak: Murder Charges Filed Against Allen Edward Williams, 3 Others

Erik Poltorak, a man found dead on his front porch in the Fairfax District in a shocking case earlier this month, was murdered by four people who were arraigned today, prosecutors say.

The suspected hit was allegedly related to Poltorak’s testimony in a robbery case, according to court documents: The defendants were accused of “lying in wait.” …

A source told us Poltorak had been robbed last year and testified against the suspect.

The 42-year-old worked for and was an expert on author Zecharia Sitchin, famous for theorizing that space aliens came to earth centuries ago and created humanity. [2] 

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[1] https://www.coasttocoastam.com/guest/poltorak-erik/6841

[2] https://www.laweekly.com/erik-poltorak-murder-charges-filed-against-allen-edward-williams-3-others/

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