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From beneath the windswept sands of ancient Mesopotarnia comes the documented legacy of the creation chamber of the heavenly Anunnaki. Here is the story of the clinical cloning of Adam and Eve, which predates Bible scripture by more than 2,000 years.

From cuneiform texts, cylinder seals, and suppressed archives, best-selling historian and distinguished genealogist Laurence Gardner tells the ultimate story of the alchemical bloodline of the Holy Grail, including:

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From beneath the windswept sands of ancient Mesopotarnia comes the documented legacy of the creation chamber of the heavenly Anunnaki. Here is the story of the clinical cloning of Adam and Eve, which predates Bible scripture by more than 2,000 years.

From cuneiform texts, cylinder seals, and suppressed archives, best-selling historian and distinguished genealogist Laurence Gardner tells the ultimate story of the alchemical bloodline of the Holy Grail, including:

-Hidden secrets of the Tables of Testimony

-Anti-gravitational science of the pyramid pharaohs

-A history of God and the lords of eternity

-Disclosures of the Phoenix and the Philosophers' Stone

-The superconductive powers of monatomic gold

-A genetic key to the evolutionary Missing Link

-Active longevity and the Star Fire magic of Eden

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781931412933
  • Publisher: Fair Winds Press
  • Publication date: 1/28/2002
  • Pages: 400
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.06 (d)

Meet the Author


Laurence Gardner, a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, is a constitutional historian, international lecturer and broadcaster.
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Table of Contents

List of Illustrations viii
List of Plates ix
List of Maps xi
List of Charts xii
Acknowledgements xiii
Foreword xv
Preface xvii
1 The Cradle of Civilization 1
Dawn of the Dragon 1
The Fertile Crescent 5
2 Like Migrating Birds 10
The Adamite Chronicles 10
Ur of the Chaldees 17
3 Crimson Robes and Silver Combs 20
The Great Flood 20
The Hebrew Tradition 24
The Old Testament 26
The Garden of Eden 29
4 The Chaldean Genesis 33
Bible and Babel 33
The Mystery of Sumer 37
5 Realm of the Angels 41
The Nephilim 41
The Watchers 46
Naphidem and Eljo 47
6 An Age of Enlightenment 50
The Missing Link 50
Progeny of the Nephilim 53
Anomalies of Evolution 55
History and Mythology 58
7 When Kingship was Lowered 62
Assembly of the Anunnaki 62
Kingship Begins 65
8 The Lady of Life 71
The Original Noah 71
Enter the Adam 74
9 Shepherds of the Royal Seed 82
The Kings of Sumer 82
The Tower of Babel 84
10 The Tree of Knowledge 91
Wisdom and the Serpent 91
The Myth of Satan 96
The Mark of Cain 99
11 The Queen of Heaven 107
The Unspeakable Name 107
The Bride of Jehovah 110
12 Heritage of the Wasteland 117
A Faith of Fear 117
Lilith and the Dragon 121
13 Gold of the Gods 125
Star Fire 125
The Plant of Birth 131
14 The Phoenix and the Fire-Stone 136
The Hidden Manna 136
Legacy of the Master Craftsmen 141
The Transmutation of Gold 144
15 Vulcan and the Pentagram 150
Hero of the Good Land 150
Ham and the Goat of Mendes 154
The Pillars of Wisdom 160
16 Empire of the Covenant 162
A Mother of Nations 162
Esau and the Dragon Queen 167
17 The Coat of Many Colours 173
The Contrived Chronology 173
The Sojourn in Egypt 176
Four Centuries of Silence 178
Joseph the Vizier 181
18 Moses of Egypt 185
An Ark of Rushes 185
The Rod of Aaron 190
Enigma of the Tombs 193
The Exodus 195
19 Magic of the Mountain 198
The Furnace and the Pyramids 198
Miriam and the Book of Jasher 207
Amram and Jochebed 211
The Royal House of Judah 213
20 Wisdom and the Law 215
The Commandments 215
Secrets of the Emerald Table 217
Words of the Wise 220
Postscript: The Dragon Today 223
The Imperial and Royal Court of the Dragon 223
Chronology 228
Charts 229
Notes and References 263
Bibliography 290
Picture Credits 301
Index 302
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  • Posted January 12, 2009

    I have read ALL of Lawrence Gardners Books! ANd overall rate them highly for the amount of information shared, the research invovled and cited, his ability to convey it succintly, and clearly. Agree or not with him, he is a great writer.

    The books written by Lawrence Gardner cover an incredible amount of history, religion, political theory, anthropology, government, science, art, mythology, and folk lore. Whether one agrees with his conclusions, or not, he is quite adept at providing the reader with a voluminous amount of information, cites his references, and offers this in an incredibly readable fashion. <BR/> I have also read books by many other authors who have written about alternate history, scriptures other than those chosen for the Bible, the Historical Jesus, Mary Magdalene, The Nag Hammadi Scrolls, Dead Sea Scrolls, the Egyptian Book of the Dead, and the Bible itself. I must say that Mr. Gardner did his research quite thoroughly. <BR/> The interesting aspects of his books are the connections, and conclusions that he makes. Regardless of whether one "believes" his conclusions, or not, they are interesting and thought provoking. What people believe, their faith is a personal, and private thing. And, shouldn't have to exclude one from reading, and considering other viewpoints. I think that most of the criticism I hear about Mr. Gardner's works is that he insists that all of his ideas are "the truth". I don't come a way with the feeling that he is telling people that everything they have learned is wrong, and that all his considerations are true. Rather, he presents a lot of historical information( I checked as much of it as I could find), and puts it together in a way that presents other possible stories, and views. It is up to the reader to discover whether they integrate the information as the author does, or if they put it together and agree with the traditional assessments, or come up with something between, or different from the above. It is all about becoming aware of information, and how you choose to put it together. <BR/> One very important point that Gardner and other writers make is that we must keep in mind that history is written, and often re-written by the victors of any large scale conflict. And, because of this, sometimes the history(fact or fiction?)of the conquered group perishes. So, it is important to look for information about other cultures, religious groups, etc...given by other than newer, mainstream sources. <BR/> For people who want to read and decide for themselves, Mr. Gardner shares a long list of citations and references. The important thing isn't that one agree's with every authors assessment. But, that we use their work to help us direct our own analysis of any work in question. By being given one alternative way of seeing the larger picture, we are one step closer to synthesizing our own views and beliefs.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 11, 2007

    More sensationalism, and adding to the record of hypocrisy....

    I read this book cause when reading the bible and conventional history, this and books like the Da vinci code are the icing on the cake (not entirely true but entertaining). But I've noticed a pattern. A third of the author's material appears verbatim (copied and pasted) from his previous books and another third is a diatribe against various conspiracies (the state, the church, crooked scholars, etc). The other third is neat ancient Sumer, Darwin and the missing link and monatomic gold. However, the author matter-of-factly accepts the writings of Sumer as true and speculates to tie things together, whereas any article of faith is mocked and rejected. So I should believe in potential alien/god breeding, ancient clinical cloning and a contiguous messianic line. The proof please? The author speculates on timelines, lineage, identities of folks (long dead) and gods. Christianity came from Judaism, and I'm sure the ancient scribes learned from someone else, ultimately the human element involved requires recognition of faith, not truth. So religion changed, and just like politics its hurt people, this is not new. And if you read enough history the only constant is irony and the human element, not conspiracy. I'm not a dupe or a co-conspirator, but according to the author I 'look backwards past the veil of the dawn of consciousness'. Sorry. Look the author releases a book a year, and the material isn't even 100% new. He's making a living, like I do in a factory. Cept I don't attack people for a different read on history. I don't repress women, I won't hate you for liking his books. But take another stance, Bakunin (an anarchist) used to take the same view of the author maybe more extreme, if god existed it would be necessary to destroy him. Why does the author expect us to reject the pontiff, the state, Jehovah, etc? Only to accept the Cainite messianic line, he mentioned the bloodshed in ancient Sumer, which obviously didn't stop there and continues to this day despite at times the leadership of this line. He also neglects that South and Meso America have their own ancient flood and creation narratives, why don't they fit in his conspiracy story? I used to be really radical, til I realized I'll never know it all and sometimes you need to focus on the world around you. You need to realize with this book, the author portrays his truth as THE TRUTH, and in this regard, he's no different than some of the sad little men my own church has churned out over the years....

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 3, 2005

    Very Eye opening

    Thank you for exposing the hypocrisy of organized religion. While I was reading this book I could empathize with those accused by THE church as heretics.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 9, 2004

    Reading vitally important, but unsure of author

    This second book of his is just like the first with implications in theory. So, if you read the second you have to read the first because they go together. However, Gardner's claimed de Vere's credit, de Vere's said. Also, you need to read into the claims that are real with them, & that can be scary. First-hand accounts make that clear by various people. Get into the political underground & you'll know what I'm talking about.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 7, 2003

    And the truth shall set you free!

    Genesis of the Grail Kings, along with it's companion Bloodline of the Holy Grail, are the two most important books written in the last 2000 years! Exceptionally well researched and presented. Finally the true story is told!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 5, 2000

    Awesome

    Great stuff if you think that 'the world news' is prime journalism. A rediculous abomination for those of us with a brai

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 27, 2000

    Explosive, exciting, & informative

    This book I would recommend to everyone who is interested in the truth about The Bible. Couldn't stop reading and so far read it twice!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 12, 2000

    Gardener strikes gold . . . . .

    A phenomenally well-researched and well presented set of esoteric truths - is the world actually ready for the depth of meaning and freedom behind this subjects common facade? I know I was!!!!!! Kinda makes ya wonder if Elvis was ever actually IN the building . . . . . . . .

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