Llewellyn added "There's virtually no regulation of this any place in the United States that I know of. I think the government probably should require some sort of training if this is going to be done."
So what's the origin of the bizarre tradition of circumcision?
Some claim it comes from the Book of Genesis -- "Throughout all generations, every male shall be circumcised when he is eight days old... This shall be my covenant in your flesh, an eternal covenant."
However researcher Wes Penre reveals a different explanation. He writes that circumcision may simply be a way for the Annunaki, the off-world colonists who landed on Terra, to tag their chattel -- just as tattoos were used to identify slaves in the past.
This alludes to the Sumerian mythology of the two brothers, Enki and Enlil, who were given dominion over the earth by Anu, their father and who became great rivals in their continuing battle for domination of planet Earth.
In "The Enlil Branding His Cattle - YHVH's Chosen People," Penre writes "Of all the slaves who were loyal to Nammur, the Enlilites and his RAM clan (Ninurta, Nannar, Adad, Utu, and Inanna), only Abraham and his loyalists survived with a lot of help from the Enlil. He wanted his slaves branded as his, like we are branding cattle today.
"So when Abraham was 99 years old, the Enlil (YHVH in Hebrew, or YeHoVaH) commanded him and his male followers to cut off their foreskins so they would be clearly branded for Nammur and his sons by having phalluses like those of the Å a.A.M.i."
The Å a.A.M.i. are equivalent to the Annunaki, the inhabitants of Nibiru, the planet of the colonist/ genetic engineers who landed on Earth in order to mine gold.
"This way the gods could easily recognize their own slaves," Penre continues. "After Abraham and his people had all been circumcised, the Enlil told Abraham: 'Unto thy seed have I given this land and the brook of Egypt [Nile] until the River Euphrates'. Nammur was clearly telling Abraham that he and his followers were the Enlil's chosen people."
"Chosen" to be the Annunaki's slaves?
How "special" is that?