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The Lost Book of Enki: Memoirs and Prophecies of an Extraterrestrial God

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  • Posted December 14, 2012

    In the Beginning...

    This is only the beginning of a great adventure. It opens up all the missing links in Genesis and even many other mysteries of the Bible and human history. Like the Bible, it could all be myth, but like the Bible, there is a lot of archaelogical evidence to support this story as absolute fact. In fact, it is more sustainable by evidence than biblical doctrines of creation and the history of civilization. More than anything, it's a switch from Creationism from a Christian perspective and Evolution theory from Darwinists. This story gives a much more believable perspective about our origins as human beings and the surprise manifestation of civilization on earth.

    I recommend all of the Earth Chronicles series beginning with "The 12th Planet" as well. Sitchen puts the weird conglomeration of Garden of Eden mythology of the Bible into a more sensible story backed up by Sumerian writings and archaelogical evidence. The stories of the creation of mankind, Abraham, Sodom and Gomorrha, and the development of human civilization is more believable from the Sumerian perspective. The Nefilim are better understood through this book as well. Like all of Sitchen's work, "The Lost Book of Enki" starts us on a tantalizing journey that will set you on the edge of your seat. The only challenge is that it is written in a format as most Semitic languages I'm familiar with. For me, reading the subject after the predicate comes second nature, but the less literate might find reading this book a bit of a challenge. With this one exception, it is fantastic reading.

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