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Many thousands of years ago, a group of extraterrestrials from another planet guided the evolution of life on Earth - determining the existence and nature of humankind as we know it today. How did the master builders from the stars construct the miracle called man? Is the DNA that is at the core of all life in the universe a "cosmic code" that links Earth to heaven and man to God? 

In this sixth volume of The Earth Chronicles, Zecharia Sitchin unveils writings from the past to decipher prophesies, and reveals how the DNA-matched Hebrew alphabet and the numerical values of its letters serve as a code that bares the secrets of mortal man's fate and mankind's celestial destiny.

©2002 Zecharia Sitchin (P)2018 Tantor

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This ks the 6th book of the Earth Chronicles series and unfortunately the most long winded of the books so far. The story has a lot of repetitions from the previous books and it takes time to come to the main story for this book. it is well performed and enjoyable

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  • Starfyre +1
  • 16-05-20

still going strong!

There us some pretty good science in this book, starting around/in Chapter 6/7. His summaries in the beginning chapters get better and better and are enabling me to remember and understand things more. The ending, referencing the god, Sin, is fascinating. This series us just incredible... and he cross references the bible with ancient tablets and other records throughout the entire book.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 25-02-19

Very Intriguing and Thought Provoking

While this work answered many questions I had been pondering on following the previous author's previous works, I'm now left with even more questions than I had before. I suppose that's bound to happen though when you take on a subject like: What is mankind's role and history on planet earth? This is what Sitchin always seems so preoccupied with at least attempting to answer, but the fact of the matter is I don't think any of us will find a truly satisfactory answer until we die and experience an afterlife (if it exists) and we are able to have all of our questions answered. I have to give Sitchin credit for at least attempting to take on such a subject though. He certainly does an admirable job.

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  • Karlee
  • 05-12-18

Another Fantastic Read

No disappointment here, only another wonderfully written and narrated book in the Earth Chronicles series. Full fascinating history and fantastic theory by Sitchen and his colleagues.

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  • Richard Lee Wiltison
  • 29-11-18

Great book read by an awesome narrorator!

I'm a historian and therefore enjoyed the content produced by zecharia sitchin. I am equally impressed by The Chosen narrator for this work. It is clear and listening to his rendition that he is well versed in the material he is reciting. I look forward to listening to all the books in this series.

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  • Eric Moody
  • 30-01-21

here ye here ye

great book. a bit dry and technical but overall I found a few pieces to the puzzle.

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  • Jason
  • 02-05-20

Great read

a nice narration, very good past time. If you like archeology you might find this book interesting.

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  • Bradley Thomas May
  • 30-03-20

Wonderful!

This book like his before is very enlightening to revealing the truth about our actual past.