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  • Posted December 19, 2008

    Zecharia Sitchin is great!

    Zecharia Sitchin is the light on the top of the mountain. He created the whole thing. He is the godfather of this amazing journey!<BR/>Collins and Icke told us how bad and vicious are the Anunnaki. Zecharia Sitchin and Maximillien de Lafayette told us how good and benevolent are the Anunnaki. All of them wrote tons of books. They must know something.<BR/>Sitchin is great, he gives us an unprecedented chronology of the Anunnaki. Lafayette describes the habitat, and life of the Anunnaki on Nibiru, their and agenda for the human race. Each one has a way in doing so. However, both agree that we were created by the Anunnaki from chunks of clay.<BR/>Icke is determined to show how dangerous the Anunnaki are. His arguments are fairy tales but quite interesting. He has something there.<BR/>I don¿t know about Collins. He is serious but has strange ideas.<BR/>I read four books by Sitchin. Each one better than the other. <BR/>However The Stairway to Heavens, and the Twelve Planet are the best so far!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 21, 2000

    Can you handle it?

    According to Sitchin's translations and conclusions, a race of people came to Earth to mine it, became lazy, and in a genetic laboratory, created man, whose eventual purpose was to become miners. Experimenting in other areas, the animals, fruit trees, and plant life was also altered for man's use and existence. Though initially a slave race, the creators intermingled with man and began to teach them important things, which for the most part, were incomprehensible. But those who did learn, learned the signs and manners of returning to the creators who were from another planet. Reading Genesis in the Bible will place the reader in a similar parallel. Occasionally, the creators interfered with Men, or even assisted them in their duties and posterity. Men learned about right things and wrong things, which things pleased God and which things did not. My personal opinion is that Sitchin has drawn a viable picture of how we came to exist, and possibly even whom our Creator is or where he resides. The reader needs to keep an open mind, but Sitchin's words makes believable sense, though until we die, we won't be able to adequately verify his conclusions.

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  • Posted September 23, 2012

    "Zecharia Sitchin's" The Stairway to Heaven is truly a

    &quot;Zecharia Sitchin's&quot; The Stairway to Heaven is truly an amazing and provocative book. The material that is discussed picks up directly where &quot;The 12th Planet&quot; ends. The material that is discussed in this book is really incredibly researched and the author does a wonderful job of putting it all together for anyone to understand. The answers one might ask themselves when thinking about the great pyramids of Egypt, Baalbek, and many other wonderous ancient sights around the world is , who built these beautiful, yet mysterious and collosal structures? Especially if we are supposed to believe that these ancient civiliztions of past times built them with mere copper chisels and primitive tools. If you sit and truly think about it, well it just doesn't make sense and &quot;Zecharia Sitchin&quot; puts all the pieces together like it's some big elaborate puzzle. Everything the author speaks of in this book is backed by archaelogical evidence which is written in stone and even in religous texts today, that our own religions are based off of something more. Something more elaborate than we are led to believe. I loved this book and couldn't put it down till I reached the end page. I was impressed with &quot;The 12th Planet&quot;, but I am even more impressed with &quot;The Stairway to Heaven&quot; because it hits home to the very ideas that I have always asked myself when thinking about, whom built the Great Pyramids, and why? There is no such thing as mere coincidence. I am interested to read his next book of &quot;The Earth Chronicles&quot; to dive deeper into this lost archaelogy that many of today's scholars and archaeologist, that I truly feel don't want to find out the real truth behind these pondering questions in life, which I know that I'm not alone in thinking. Very well written and easy to read. I recommend this book to anyone interested in thinking outside the box. &quot;It's almost like we, the human race, is a species with amnesia. We don't truly know who we are, or where we come from. We just have bits and pieces which have been scattered throughout time and history. It's time to use our common sense and get to the bottom of these linguering questions.&quot;

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 28, 2012

    Make sure your rubber boots come up to at least mid calf

    And they are completely water proof.

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  • Posted September 14, 2011

    Quick Read

    Recommend for those interested in the afterlife.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 10, 2000

    For the open minded reader

    This book is for the open minded researchers out there. It contains lot's of facts, illustrations, and some difficult to grasp ideas and opinions. The biggest thing this book taught me was that ancient civilizations weren't composed of unintelligent apes just because they were ancient. In fact, their intelligence probably equaled or exceeded our own. So one should never pass off anything they have written, said, or drawn as attempts by feeble minds to understand something beyond their comprehension. Either agree with this book or don't, but definitely read it.

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