> because they are both "Shining Ones" is the logical
> Now who are the "Shining Ones" exactly is my question ?
> Are those called the "Watchers" ? or incorrectly named "fallen
> become they came from another planet ?
All of the above. Technically, the Egyptians had geocentric views (meteorites were returning to where they were spat out = underworld) while the Sumerians tended to a more external view of creation (i.e. meteorites from "the heavens with the origin in the heavens".
> Or is it just the proof of a myth repeated ?
First off, I believe the whole thing can be made more sense of by using the term "creation myth" rather than "myth".
Secondly, as Alford so poignantly states;
God is the personification of myth. Think in those terms and more of it may make sense.