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The End of Days: Armageddon and Prophecies of the Return

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 20, 2007

    Elevation of conscience.

    Our Planets civilizations have been divided for centuries, waging war over religion, riches, land and enslavment. But there were individuals who strived to unit the world as one, using knowledge and wisdom to enlighten humankind. Thier knowledge of science, mathematics, theology, astronomy, and writing were credited to be handed down from advanced intelligences who became known as the gods antiquity. Every race and civiliation knew of these 'gods' or lofty ones including thier functions and contributions to the human race. Until the Roman Empire sought to create a new monotheistic theology that included aspects of myth and religion of the civilitions they mean to rule began to eliminate all of the ancient wisdom of the world to become the sole source of faith and knowledge. We only have fragments of what survived and debates among religions have kept the world vieled in darkness. Sitchin's research of the ancient cuniform text reveal what has been lost for so long. The Summerian creation of our solar system that included all of our plantes that can only be seen with advanced technology in our time was common knowledge 6000 years ago. How did they know of the plantes and thier functions without the aid of a powerful telescope like the Huble? The creation story of the human race by combining thier DNA with Homo-erectus to advance our evolution is very in depth and provides more answers to why we can not find a missing link. Advances in Genetic research reveal the Hebrew and Arabic languages and thier corresponding numerical values present in our DNA. The message revealed reads 'God eternal within the body'. More and more scientist are studing ancient Hebrew and Arabic to learn more about our genetic origins. The research provided by Sitchen is a very enlightening expierience to those who are not confined to law and doctrine. After all Quantum theory states that there are no laws but breaking and bending them to make anything possible. End of days offers another point of view on the 'New Beguining' often refered to Armageddon. It is not the total destruction of Earth but a promise to a golden age. This is a common belief of all religons and End of Days reveals an in depth analysis and sheds some light on the acnient prophecy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 27, 2014

    Pretty Good

    He pretends throughout the book that he is going to be specific about setting a date, but fudges at he last minute and doesn't

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 26, 2012

    2012

    Just because 2012 didn't happen, doesnt disclaim all of Sitchin's books. Still be prepared, still expect any time that Marduk/Nibiru will come whipping around the sun after its 3600 year revelution. Be ready.

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