The Annunaki Enigma: Creation

The Annunaki Enigma: Creation

by Symm Hawes McCord

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BN ID: 2940012923035
Publisher: A-Argus
Publication date: 06/03/2011
Series: The Annunaki Enigma
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 758,445
File size: 216 KB

About the Author

Symm McCord is also a co-author of The Annunaki Enigma: Armageddon. He grew up in the southern town of Augusta Georgia where he was educated and attended medical school. After medical school he was inducted into the U.S. Army where he spent two years - one in Vietnam and one stateside. After military service he spent the next forty years as a family physician; practicing in the mountains of North Carolina and then back in his hometown of Augusta. He retired in 2006 and returned to the mountains. He now lives in Waynesville, North Carolina with his wife Jacquelyn. They have six children from previous marriages. As a child he witnessed the newspaper articles referencing the incident outside of Roswell, New Mexico which intrigued him immensely. His first novel, The Annunaki Enigma: Creation, introduced the concept of the Annunaki, the errant angels, and their relationship to our Creator. He may be contacted at

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RollTide52 More than 1 year ago
THE ANNANUKI ENIGMA: CREATION By Symm McCord, MD A Review by E. Gaylon McCollough, MD, FACS Having written a non-fiction book on the creation of humankind, I was intrigued by Dr. McCord’s fictional account of how the earth and its inhabitants came to exist on this little planet at the outskirts of the Milky Way. The manner in which the author created characters in his book that correspond to those identified in the Bible is masterful, making the reader wonder if—by chance—superhuman races from another galaxy actually employed the miracles of science to shape the climate of earth, seed it with plants that sustain animal life, and top the experiment off by using genes collected from three different metaphysical species (from different planets) to produce a pair of human made in the images of each of the three contributing races. The mastermind of the entire project was a brilliant leader identified by the author as Jhowah, who will quickly be recognized as the God figure in the story. Other scientists who participated in the “earth project” make the reader wonder if it is they who were the “us” and “our” in Genesis 1:26 when the Scriptures tell us: “And God said, let us make man in our own image after our own likeness.” Not only will the reader be entertained, his or her mind will be stretched to new dimensions. I would strongly recommend this book to anyone with a fertile mind and who has wondered: How did it all come to be?