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Our origins as a slave species and the Anunnaki legacy in our
DNA

• Reveals compelling new archaeological and genetic
evidence for the engineered origins of the human species, first proposed
by Zecharia Sitchin in The 12th Planet

• Shows how the
Anunnaki created us using pieces of their own DNA, controlling our
physical and mental capabilities by inactivating their more advanced DNA


• Identifies a recently discovered complex of
sophisticated ruins in South Africa as the city of the Anunnaki leader
Enki

Scholars have long believed that the first civilization on
Earth emerged in Sumer some 6,000 years ago. However, as Michael
Tellinger reveals, the Sumerians and Egyptians inherited their knowledge
from an earlier civilization that lived at the southern tip of Africa
and began with the arrival of the Anunnaki more than 200,000 years ago.
Sent to Earth in search of life-saving gold, these ancient Anunnaki
astronauts from the planet Nibiru created the first humans as a slave
race to mine gold--thus beginning our global traditions of gold
obsession, slavery, and god as dominating master.

Revealing new
archaeological and genetic evidence in support of Zecharia
Sitchin’s revolutionary work with pre-biblical clay tablets,
Tellinger shows how the Anunnaki created us using pieces of their own
DNA, controlling our physical and mental capabilities by inactivating
their more advanced DNA--which explains why less than 3 percent of our
DNA is active. He identifies a recently discovered complex of
sophisticated ruins in South Africa, complete with thousands of mines,
as the city of Anunnaki leader Enki and explains their lost technologies
that used the power of sound as a source of energy. Matching key
mythologies of the world’s religions to the Sumerian clay tablet
stories on which they are based, he details the actual events behind
these tales of direct physical interactions with “god,”
concluding with the epic flood--a perennial theme of ancient myth--that
wiped out the Anunnaki mining operations.

Tellinger shows that,
as humanity awakens to the truth about our origins, we can overcome our
programmed animalistic and slave-like nature, tap in to our dormant
Anunnaki DNA, and realize the longevity and intelligence of our creators
as well as learn the difference between the gods of myth and the true
loving God of our universe.

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Reviews for Slave Species of the Gods: The Secret History of the Anunnaki and Their Mission on Earth:

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Sep 22, 2013

I probably love this book but I felt too close to it to give it five stars. Mr. Tellinger has undertaken a task that I had given serious thought to on more than one occasion. He has essentially taken the life long scholarship of Zecharia Sitchin and formed a cohesive narrative that does a better job of explaining the questions regarding mankind's prehistory than current theory. It also leads to a better understanding of many confusing aspects of current events.

My main complaint with this book is I probably love this book but I felt too close to it to give it five stars. Mr. Tellinger has undertaken a task that I had given serious thought to on more than one occasion. He has essentially taken the life long scholarship of Zecharia Sitchin and formed a cohesive narrative that does a better job of explaining the questions regarding mankind's prehistory than current theory. It also leads to a better understanding of many confusing aspects of current events.

My main complaint with this book is that I felt like I was reading my own writing and in that respect I wanted to edit and rephrase but, as it was a library book I'm sure this wouldn't have been appreciated. This is one of those books which I must own though.

You can read a synopsis of the book yourself so I won't bother giving that here. I do feel the need to bash a couple of aspects of the book though. First of all, Mr. Tellinger feels compelled to give us a brief lesson in cosmology and biology. While these are relevant subjects they don't advance the case made by the book and they get in the way of the wonderfully bold conclusions drawn in later chapters.

The cosmology section references the big bang theory which has been discredited. While this was generally acknowledged in 2005 when "Slave Species of the Gods" was published it still hasn't been picked up by mainstream media and it is most likely still being taught in school. It would really do the education system a lot of good to make it more clear that scientific theories are just that and they can be disproved without necessarily providing any replacement. There is a more reasonable theory here but it hasn't gained traction in the mainstream. Please read "The Big Bang Never Happened"

The biology section is like reading a text book. One of the inconsistencies of the book is in its theorizing on the human genome. It discusses the evolution and perfection of genomes and attributes social characteristics like violence and greed to genes. This is a point he returns to repeatedly with no benefit to his case. He begins to waffle on his conviction here by the end of the book also. I would have just cut out all references to the genome in regards to behavior.

My favorite aspect of this book is the acknowledgment that there is a spiritual nature to life which is even acknowledged by those who we credit falsely as being God the creator and his angels.

If you have strongly held religious beliefs this book will just piss you off. I would be surprised if Mr. Tellinger isn't already on a Muslim hit list.

If you feel at all uncomfortable with the dogmas that over half the world subscribe to and want a chance to peek under the robes, this is a great introduction to a much better documented reality than you've been allowed to imagine. ...more
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Mar 30, 2013

Michael Tellinger, in his book Slave Species, presents the idea that humans were created by Gods with one sole purpose, to serve them. At first consideration, the idea sounds absurd, but the evidence provided by Tellinger is quite compelling. When we consider that almost all mythologies and religions cite stories of creation and manipulation of men from Gods, then perhaps we need to look at things from a different perspective than that set out by mainstream religion. And that way may be not be Michael Tellinger, in his book Slave Species, presents the idea that humans were created by Gods with one sole purpose, to serve them. At first consideration, the idea sounds absurd, but the evidence provided by Tellinger is quite compelling. When we consider that almost all mythologies and religions cite stories of creation and manipulation of men from Gods, then perhaps we need to look at things from a different perspective than that set out by mainstream religion. And that way may be not be to think of Gods as supreme spiritual beings, but rather beings from another advanced civilization that existed either on Earth or beyond. After all, a God, by definition, is a being that is superior in its abilities and powers, but this needn’t mean that it cannot be made of flesh and blood. It is important to remember that the origins of the word ‘Myth’ go back to thousands of years BC and the meaning back then was ‘true stories’ and not fictions of imagination as it is now.

Tellinger goes back in time and presents the threads through which our slavery becomes evident. He meticulously outlines each topic through different religions and mythologies presenting the facts separate from his opinion. He shows how ‘Gods’ and ‘Authorities’ in the history of mankind manipulate the masses and the majority of people are being used to serve the few.

Whether you will believe him or not is another matter. One thing is for sure, as Tellinger writes, human beings have been slaves, in one way or another, through the history of the humanity. Today we are not slaves of one king or god but we are slaves of our governments, big organizations, our jobs and most importantly of money. I am sure that at least on this point most would agree.

The question remains. Is all of this a deliberate plan of beings from another planet?
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May 12, 2017

Well-written and a good book. A lot of insight about the religions of the world and how they are used as a control system. I can only give it three stars, though, because Tellinger's case stands or falls with Zecharia Sitchen's translations of the Sumerian cuneiform tablets. I am a fan of Sitchen and his work, but at the same time, I am extremely skeptical of his claims.
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Feb 02, 2016

"The god is the devil and the devil is our maker" this is the highlight of "Salve species of God". I have read couple of books written by Zecharia Sitchin and this book authored by Michael Tellinger closely follows his works. The author mentions the difference between God and god. The god with small 'g' are Anunnaki astronauts and explorers who settled on Earth some 443,000 years ago under the command of Anu, the supreme ruler of Planet Nibiru. An intelligent race like Anunnaki why should they "The god is the devil and the devil is our maker" this is the highlight of "Salve species of God". I have read couple of books written by Zecharia Sitchin and this book authored by Michael Tellinger closely follows his works. The author mentions the difference between God and god. The god with small 'g' are Anunnaki astronauts and explorers who settled on Earth some 443,000 years ago under the command of Anu, the supreme ruler of Planet Nibiru. An intelligent race like Anunnaki why should they have to settle in Earth is very much explained in the book.



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The author questions us "Who are we? How did we get here? And, why are we here?" He gives citations from many books why we are created. His predominant examples are from the Sumerian cuneiform tablets. I was awestruck when I read the similarities between Enuma Elish or the Epic of Creation and the Genesis in the Old Testament.



Zecharia Sitchin with 6000 year old Sumerian cylinder seal impression (image from wikipedia)

According to the Sumerian clay tablets the tenth planet of our solar system Nibiru (has odd orbit) which takes 3600 years for one rotation, the planet has its own source of heat (radiant) it is also called as planet of the crossing and it is represented in the clay tablets as cross. The planet loses its ozone kind of layer and the ruler of Nibiru, I forget his name! he was the ruler before Anu takes up the leadership. After losing the fight with Anu for leadership he escapes from the planet and reaches Earth through asteroid belt. Here he finds the precious metal Gold in abundance and sends the message to his home planet. Anu after counseling accepts and plans to send his first son Enki (Ea) to mine gold. He reaches Abzu (South Africa) and starts to mine gold, they name Earth as Ki and Mars as Lahmu. They create a space base in Mars which has less gravity than Earth. In due course that is thousands of years Enki's brother Enlil is sent to command Earth. He selects the cedar mountain region that is present day Lebanon as his home.

The mining was laborious process and the workers start to agitate and complain, Enki and his sister Ninmah experiments and creates Adamu the first human species combining the genes of Homo erectus and their own gene. Like Anunnaki the human species had long life span and intelligent like the maker. They then manipulate our gene with that our intelligence has been suppressed, knowledge has been erased, our lifespan has genetically shortened and our memory been removed.

Scientifically the author shows the evidence that chromosomal Adam and mitochondrial Eve were created between 180,000 to 250,000 years ago.

We were created as their slaves to extract gold for their planet to sustain life. As their mission nears completion, they come to know that Nibiru will be closer to Mars and Earth orbit which will create havoc for both planets. Enki is benevolent towards his creation which angers Enlil as he is the commander asks his promise to erase the human kind from earth. The event is the great flood Enki breaks his promise and helps his son born from his own creation Ziusudra (Noah) escape from the calamity. The Sumerian clay tablets elaborates how Ziusudra takes the life essence (that is the sperm, Ova etc) of each species with them to his ark. After the flood the Anunnaki realizes not only Earth and Mars affected but also their own planet Nibiru.

They search new place for gold now they find America suitable for their purpose. After the end of Ice age Enki helps human kind in teaching agriculture and they create their own civilization. Whereas Enlil who still commands Earth was against such schemes. According to the clay tablets Enki is the Serpent god and Enlil the Lord of Adamu and Ti-Amat (Eve) tasting the fruit in Edin is a representation of Enki teaching them the real meaning of their life. Enki was portrayed as devil and Enlil as god. Now we know why god became devil and why devil is our maker.

Their fight still continues, the author mentions that Our arrogance is our weakness and our ignorance a congenital disease that will eventually destroy us. Since we have the DNA of the Anunnaki with us and we were made in their image of our maker, it must surely mean that we inherited more than just his physical features. He also mentions the schemes of Enlil and Marduk that there is not a single religion on Earth that was created by God. But there are several which were imposed on us by the ancient gods.

It is big book, Chapters 1,2 and Chapters 15 and 16 are page turners. In between the author has given exhaustive list of various gods (remember god with small g) of Roman, Greek, Hindu etc. And also a list of people according to the religious belief. The book started to drag after 40% as I mentioned earlier the last two chapters having 200 odd pages are page turners. In my opinion the author should have reduced the pages and given only shortened account of numerous gods and census of the world.
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Aug 02, 2017

Although I admire authors who have the courage to investigate alternative histories, I at least expect them to use credible sources and investigative techniques. Unfortunately, since Tellinger does not seem to trust credible researchers, rather than conduct his own unique research, or base his work on established research, he incredibly relies on Google searches and a number of authors who he calls esteemed investigative writers, scholars and authors but who have actually have been strongly Although I admire authors who have the courage to investigate alternative histories, I at least expect them to use credible sources and investigative techniques. Unfortunately, since Tellinger does not seem to trust credible researchers, rather than conduct his own unique research, or base his work on established research, he incredibly relies on Google searches and a number of authors who he calls “esteemed investigative writers, scholars and authors” but who have actually have been strongly discredited by their peers, such as Barbara Thiering, Eduard Albert Meier, and Erich von Danken, as well as highly speculative authors such as L. Taylor Hansen William Bramley.
As such, Tellinger often cites as fact, highly speculative and unproven theories, such as Jesus being an Essene, having spent most of his life in the East (Asia), and having travelled to Mexico.
Thus the entire foundation of his premise, which he establishes in his first 7 chapters, has little to commend it. That leaves the last chapter, which is a summary of Zecharia Sitchen’s “The Lost Book of Enki”. Admittedly, this is a very good summary, and I think the entire book could easily have been edited down to just this chapter as well as an introductory chapter, reducing the book to a third in size, at most.
However, once again, the lack of credibility enters the scene. Tellinger summarizes Sitchen’s account, and once even states how remarkable it is that we are reading the very words inscribed on clay tablets by the Sumerians! Because of Tellinger’s amateur approach to academic research, he seems to be totally unaware that Sitchin’s entire book itself is a fictional account, very loosely based on some fragments that Sitchin had researched. In fact, Sitchin’s book contains no footnotes, references, etc. as to which ideas are based on these fragments and which are purely a result of Sitchin’s vivid imagination.
As to Sitchin’s previous books and translations, his approach and translations have been criticized as unscientific and highly biased by his peers, in the sense that he ignores evidence that goes against his own theories, and builds up and distorts evidence that support it. Even some of his translations are suspect and have been shown to be inaccurate.
Some of the theories are also quite implausible. For example, It is difficult to comprehend the existence of a planet orbiting the Sun in an elliptical orbit for a period of 3,600 years, when perhaps 99% of it’s orbit is in deepest space, when the planet would be absolutely frozen solid, regardless of how much “internal warmth or radiation” the planet seems to have. It’s also implausible to expect scribes from 4,000 – 5,500 years ago to accurately detail events that occurred some 350,000 years ago. Also, it is hard to comprehend the need for the building of the pyramids as navigation beams, when the supposed landing sites for the craft were as far away as Lebanon. Another example is the difficulty in understanding the need for such massive and difficult to build platforms, as those built at Baalbek for sophisticated landing craft, when the simple natural deserts of Peru were sufficient for the purpose.
Although it is tempting to blame all our human failures on the Sumerian gods and thereby to continue to avoid taking responsibility for ourselves, Tellinger’s entire book is based on discredited and highly speculative information, and poor research techniques. As such, I cannot recommend this book as even close to being credible.
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Jun 15, 2008

This book to me is "The Holy Grail" and the most compelling and well researched book I have read to answer the question of our physical origins on this planet. It was like "coming home." So much so that I ordered an extra copy to loan out to my friends.

I have learned from the reading of this book that if you want answers and are willing to be open and suspend judgement, you can move closer and closer to the truth you are seeking and achieve that "ah ha" moment that may last you the rest of your This book to me is "The Holy Grail" and the most compelling and well researched book I have read to answer the question of our physical origins on this planet. It was like "coming home." So much so that I ordered an extra copy to loan out to my friends.

I have learned from the reading of this book that if you want answers and are willing to be open and suspend judgement, you can move closer and closer to the truth you are seeking and achieve that "ah ha" moment that may last you the rest of your life. This riveting book has done that for me.

I cannot recommend this book more highly for those of you who have wondered about our origins on planet earth and the ancient life of mankind and have not been satisfied with our culture's simplified answers in Genesis.







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Jul 17, 2014

This book turned me on to the theory of ancient aliens. It made some very intriguing arguments that got me thinking. The idea that we were genetically engineered by aliens will always be in the back of my mind after reading it! And I love how the author says in the beginning that if you can't get past the craziness of this idea, just read the book as fiction. It is an interesting story to say the least. Try it out; you may be surprised!
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Jun 11, 2013

I can't take anyone seriously who uses Wikipedia as a reference. Additionally, I threw the book down when he uses information from a "respectable Christian website", the Landover Baptist Church. He completely misunderstands that this is a satirical website made to poke fun at bible thumpers!
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Apr 09, 2013

Whole vault of information. Took me months to finish, taking notes. Good job Michael!
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Oct 16, 2014

Bravo for the extensive and indepth research done. Astounding information and very interesting correlations. Definitely worth reading, regardless of doctrines as there is certainly food for thought.
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Sep 22, 2013

I can't explain this book..you would just have to read it to understand it!
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Apr 15, 2015

Astounding collection of information. Best guide and reference for Sumerian literature..
"The god of Eden" next in series.
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Jan 25, 2011

Lots of really interesting ideas - but this book desperately needs sub-editing. The expression really detracts from the power of the ideas.
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Apr 13, 2010

interesting. scratches the surface and makes you ask questions. if you can see beyond your programing and entertain a different view, this book makes for contemplation.
5

Sep 23, 2015

Great book

The title sounds cheesy at first but it is what it is. Very informative outside of the base theory of the book. Loved the thoughts it invoked, and the implications it will have when proven. Please approach with an open mind. Tellinger writes in a very simple way that is fun, and easy to understand. A lot of this being based upon newly discovered, and translated Sumerian clay tablets at the amount of 30,000. Please read this book if you ever wonder about our origins. It's not Great book

The title sounds cheesy at first but it is what it is. Very informative outside of the base theory of the book. Loved the thoughts it invoked, and the implications it will have when proven. Please approach with an open mind. Tellinger writes in a very simple way that is fun, and easy to understand. A lot of this being based upon newly discovered, and translated Sumerian clay tablets at the amount of 30,000. Please read this book if you ever wonder about our origins. It's not "scientific" fact, but it seems to make a difficult puzzle a little easier to conceptualize. ...more
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Jun 28, 2015

A fine example of the scientific approach which is lacking in so many books with the likes of Erich Von Daniken. I recommend this Tellinger's other work African Temples along with the work of Michael Cremo "Forbidden Archeology"
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Feb 27, 2017

Why we act like we do......

This is a very good read. If you've doubted religion and wonder you should read this book. This makes more sense and logic than any other book or history or religion. I really think this is what happened.
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Nov 22, 2012

Very thought provoking ideas about the origins of how humans got to be the way we are. Basic thesis is quite unorthodox, to say the least about it. It certainly offers another perspective when thinking about current events.
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Aug 08, 2012

Read with an open mind. History is written by the victors. You may be shocked by what you have been told to learn and accept all these years :D
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Oct 18, 2009

If your looking for alternative answers.. "things that make you go HHmmm about religion, theories, the Universe & where we might all fit in.." Warning: Large book/Big read
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Jul 26, 2017

is there a narrative (someone who reads aloud to you) for this book ?
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Feb 10, 2013

Incredibly interesting read. As we journey deep into the discovery of our true origins, one cannot tell where fact meets fiction. If indeed it does?
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April 2, 2019

This Book is Hella Good!! Even if not to much into the Annunaki Theories, this book breaks down the similarities, contradictory points, and much much more to ALL the World Religions. The DNA and Brain Chapters are Absolutely amazing and are broken down into Understandable Ways for the Average person...Full Review
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Mar 12, 2019

Oh my god. The scariest thing about this book is that people not only believe what's in it, but believe Tellinger uses "credible sources" to boot. I would just laugh at a book like this if everyone was laughing along with me, but that's just not the case. Therefore, reading this just filled me with dread.

I first heard of this book from my good friend who has a grandmother who is batshit crazy and believes all sorts of conspiracy theories. This book contains one such conspiracy theory. I knew I Oh my god. The scariest thing about this book is that people not only believe what's in it, but believe Tellinger uses "credible sources" to boot. I would just laugh at a book like this if everyone was laughing along with me, but that's just not the case. Therefore, reading this just filled me with dread.

I first heard of this book from my good friend who has a grandmother who is batshit crazy and believes all sorts of conspiracy theories. This book contains one such conspiracy theory. I knew I had to read this book when my friend told me his grandmother truly believes that humans were created by a race of aliens who lived on the planet Tiamat so that they could harvest gold for said aliens. Boy, was I not disappointed when I actually cracked this thing open. My friend was not pulling my leg. In fact, he did not explain nearly as much shit that this book goes on about, most notably that all the information the author has gathered essentially came from ancient Sumerian clay tablets.

As if the tablets weren't credible enough, Tellinger also manages to use groundbreakingly notable websites such as wikipedia.org, geocities.com, jesus21.com, B17.com, angelfire.com, bigeye.com, home.comcast.net, to name a few...and let's not forget the most credible source on this Tiamat-given earth, the magazine New Scientist! And to encourage his readers to really take a moment to appreciate all the sources he painstakingly researched through, he just lists all of these website urls with no other discernible information attached in no alphabetical or otherwise-organized order! But don't ask me what kind of information he found on any of these websites, because he cites sources within his writing maybe about 3 times throughout the whole book. Most of his sources aren't even attached to any citations within the actual writing, so who's to say what information he got from these websites, if any at all! There was even a time he quoted Louis Pasteur, but there's no source in the back to match his citation, so who's to say where he got that quote from. He could've gotten it from faculty.washington.edu, but who's to say, he very well could've gotten it from space-art.co.uk. The world may never know...But hey, who cares about all those rinky dink sources he went through the trouble of providing for us, because the real meat in this book comes from those Sumerian clay tablets!

Despite all that, Tellinger does an amazing job of ignoring the most obvious facts (that sometimes he brings up himself then somehow forgets after 3 pages), insulting unnamed "hack" scientists and historians for not agreeing with his ideas, and claiming there's no justified reason why ancient humans would know certain information or behave a certain way unless they were being controlled, almost like...a SLAVE SPECIES! He really pisses me off because he reminds me of people who believe aliens created the pyramids, as if ancient humans couldn't have been nearly as smart or determined to accomplish such feats. There is no way that after probably hundreds of thousands of years humans discovered gold, where to mine it, how to mine it, and how to smelt it, all while assigning significiant meaning to it because of its rarity, as well as its physical and aesthetic qualities. There's just no justifiable reason, ancient humans were braindead ape-like creatures that were only interested in food, shelter, and reproduction! It isn't like they had ages and ages to discover new things and cultivate skills and ideas, so they must have been granted the knowledge by aliens from a planet that these mighty beings couldn't even save from crumbling into the asteroid belt!

And don't even get me started on how often he tries to convince the reader how smart and "in the know" they are for reading this book and listening to his bullshit ideas. Listen, if an author has to constantly remind his reader that the information he's sharing is special, insightful, and groundbreaking, and that the people who believe the information are educated and enlightened, while the people who refuse to believe it are foolish simpletons who ignore the truth, that's a bad sign. The truth is simply the truth, and good sources stand on their own without the need for constant reminders of just how RIGHT the information is. If an author is complimenting you on such a job well done for realizing "the truth," especially as incessantly as Tellinger does, that is some manipulative bullshit. People, please, you're not smart if you just take someone's opinions at face value without analyzing the info and considering it logically yourself. Tellinger just does a disservice to the reader and ends up disrespecting us, because he can't even give us the tools to look at his sources ourselves and consider the information once we've done our own research. With nary a citiation in sight, there's no opportunity to say "oh, I want to know more about that, let me check out where he found that information from." He just expects you to trust him. That's fucked up.

There are just so many issues, I could go on forever. I feel bad for anyone who reads shit like this and believes it at face value. Just because a book is published doesn't mean it's accurate. Just because a person has "reasons" for something to be true, it doesn't mean they're good reasons that come from valid places. You should automatically be suspicious if the author couldn't even take the time to find valid sources, to cite his book correctly, or to follow any code of conduct when it comes to good research/research writing practices. He's just a fucked up guy who's peddling his fucked up ideas and he has no leg to stand on. It's a good thing he's got all those clay tablets, otherwise I'd be worried he'd have nothing to lean on. Oh my god, fuck this book, fuck Tellinger, and fuck gullible people who believe shit like this. ...more
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Mar 10, 2017

It is....interesting. It is based heavily on Sitchins work. What is great about the book is how Tellinger tries to explain how so many civilizations all had similar gods, stories, art, and architecture. Similar enough that he leads the reader to draw the conclussion that all are based on the same stories and culture. The same culture that is the basis of the Sumarian Anunnaki theory. Where the book fails a bit is how it concentrates a bit too much on the details and hammers them with repetative It is....interesting. It is based heavily on Sitchins work. What is great about the book is how Tellinger tries to explain how so many civilizations all had similar gods, stories, art, and architecture. Similar enough that he leads the reader to draw the conclussion that all are based on the same stories and culture. The same culture that is the basis of the Sumarian Anunnaki theory. Where the book fails a bit is how it concentrates a bit too much on the details and hammers them with repetative overload. Tellinger can come off a bit condecending at times to his readers also. After watching some lectures on youtube of him, I believe it is just his personality and it just comes across a bit cross in written form. I think he actually is just trying to be a bit comical. As he notes in chapter one, they whole theory he is trying to get across is the last chapter, a chonological history according to his theory. In my opinion, it is basiclly The Lost Book of Enki in a much more readable form which honestly is nice to have. However, also in my opinion, is a narrative novel that I am left to assume it is filled with so much extra narrative context that I am not sure what has actual citiation from the tablets and what is his assumptions from his own imagination Sci-Fi. I was hoping for a bit more theory from later time periods in that final section also espessially regarding how the Eagle and the Serpent seems to have popped up in governments and societies from many 1000's of years ago up to modern times. There was no mention of this at all however. Tellinger also seems to idolize the civilation described as being superior due to it being relativly peaceful, socialized, with no currency (A political standard he actually runs on as a canidate mind you). Seems pretty shortsighted when you consider that half the history described is major wars between the Anunaki with weapons of mass destruction, genicide, and the whole system propped up and able to function because of slavery. So, I have my issues with the book, but it does not mean it was not enjoyable. He brings more theories to the table on the subject and does really have some plausible and interesting evidence. Even if you don't buy it at all, it makes for some great Sci-Fi regardless. ...more

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