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Slave Species of the Gods: The Secret History of the Anunnaki and Their Mission on Earth [Format Kindle]

Michael Tellinger

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Chapter 14
Myths and Lies
The Living Gods

I recall vividly the first day I discovered a story about prehistoric mythological gods and their adventures. It sounded like the world’s greatest fairy tale and yet it possessed some kind of mystery that made it feel more real than any other story I had ever heard. The characters were so well defined. Flying through the skies, crossing the world in a flash, causing the thunder and rain, and bringing love and fertility to people while somehow being engaged in a perpetual battle for some righteous cause. It was mainly the Greek, Roman, and Egyptian gods that I was so taken with. Although I was told on many occasions that they were not real, and they were merely imaginary deities who arose out of people’s overactive minds over thousands of years, I began to wonder what the possibilities were that maybe somewhere in the distant past such deities actually existed on Earth. But my history teachers were steadfast in their pronouncement that they were just imaginary characters of simple people who needed something to believe in. Those simple, primitive people must have had great imagination, I thought, saddened by the reality that modern man no longer has such a vivid imagination . . . such detailed imagination . . . such convincing imagination, which could last for thousands of years. But in the Western education system, driven relentlessly by Judeo-Christian monotheistic beliefs, any teacher who would carelessly admit to the possible existence of ancient gods would be rapidly dismissed. That little part--which has firmly held our culture in a stranglehold for 2,000 years--I did not know for some time.

Then one day a small technicality dawned on me: all the great civilizations of the world have their own mythology filled with magnificent gods. It made me wonder how they all heard about these gods. A well informed thirteen-year-old friend of mine provided the answer. “People passed the stories down from one generation to another for thousands of years and that is how they spread all over the world,” he said convincingly. Of course! That is what people did, they told stories to their children and the stories traveled around the world being told by mothers everywhere. That seemed like a plausible solution to me, and I was satisfied for a while. But as the years went by and I started to delve into more juicy literature, I suddenly wasn’t so sure anymore. How is it possible that every civilization around the world had a similar set of gods they prayed to? And the gods did not take thousands of years to reach them; they suddenly appeared out of the blue, taking control of the local humans’ lives and destinies. This seemed to present a logistical problem. Even today, with international flight, with media covering every corner of the world, it is still difficult to get a message across, which people will accept, swallow, and buy in to. People must be really impressed by something to embrace it, or they must be enticed by the promise of reward, or forced by the threat of violence. It is therefore very difficult to swallow modern-day explanations of how the primitive people of the world all got to hear the stories about these fantastical gods.

What makes these assumptions even sillier is that the people of ancient times had no idea who lived 200 miles away from them, let alone 10,000 miles away. How could those amazing stories of majestic gods have traveled such distances? And who was telling those stories to the people 11,000 years ago? Who actually created those stories? It gets even more confusing when we realize that all the ancient cultures had very much the same group of gods they prayed to, feared, made offerings to, were protected by, were punished by, and whom they seemed to have regular contact with. If this sounds strange, let me quickly remind you of Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses, and other biblical legends who had exactly those kind of experiences with their god constantly. It was as if the gods were controlling the people’s lives on a daily basis in ancient history. Is it possible that the gods of the ancient Mesopotamians and Greeks were the same gods of Noah and Abraham? The many descriptions in the Sumerian tablets by kings and priests of their gods are very similar to the descriptions by the biblical characters of god. Let me also ask, why has it been 2,000 years since god has physically appeared before someone of international stature, or anyone else for that matter, and had a conversation with them?

The puzzle of the ancient gods is a crucial element in the quest for our origins. Let’s face it, the insipid explanations of how the primitive people created these gods from their imagination when they were bored thousands of years ago is not plausible; it stinks of our modern-day arrogance. There are simply too many holes, too many incredible coincidences. The most visible coincidence is that all the ancient cultures had virtually the same gods with the same hierarchy. There is always the supreme god responsible for creating the world, his sons and daughters, and their offspring. And in each case the god was incredibly well profiled. The people knew which aspects of their world each god was responsible for, how the gods looked, what they wore, how they traveled, who they married or had kids with, what they liked and disliked, and what offerings to make to them if they were angry. In most cases people even knew where the god actually lived.

The gods were powerful with abilities way beyond human comprehension and yet they looked like humans, ate like humans, and displayed the same emotions--love, hate, loyalty, and anger. This amazing similarity has baffled historians and anthropologists for years. Yet the moment we venture beyond our small-minded outlook, we can begin to recognize the genetic link between humans and their gods.

Revue de presse

“Michael Tellinger’s groundbreaking work presents evidence that challenges all the conventional major assumptions about human origins and history. Emerging into our true power and significance cannot happen until we realize we are not the pinnacle of God’s creation, not even among the creatures of this Earth.” (MíCeál Ledwith, D.D., LL.D., coauthor of The Orb Project)

“Even if you don’t agree with the conclusions Michael Tellinger draws from the evidence he presents--and I don’t!--this is a well-researched, well-written, and thought-provoking book on a controversial subject, and I applaud it as a contribution to the debate about the mysterious origins of humanity.” (Graham Hancock, author of Fingerprints of the Gods)

“An intriguing, well-researched survey, this comes from a scientist, researcher and widely recognized talk show guest.” (Midwest Book Review, February 2013)

“...a gripping read that you’ll be excited to share with friends.” (Capt. Hugh T Alkemi, Entheoradio, August 2013)

“Throughout the ‘educated’ world the idea of ancient alien intervention is pushing serious academics out of their ivory towers. Michael Tellinger is at the forefront, along with Zecharia Sitchin and Erich von Daniken, bringing us information that will eventually change the way we see ourselves and our place in the cosmos. If you think you knew about DNA manipulation, the Anunnaki, or their secret mission on Earth, you need to read this book and take the next step. This is truly an amazing book that has been well researched.” (Rahasya Poe, Lotus Guide, January 2013)

“If you have ever wondered about the age-old questions concerning the human race: Who are we? Where did we come from? Where are we going? Answers may be found in Michael Tellinger’s book Slave Species of the Gods. Clearly written, it’s a fast and gripping read that covers everything from biology, science, and history to religion, mythological gods, and ancient astronauts. Don’t miss this one.” (Jim Marrs, author of Rule by Secrecy, Alien Agenda, and Crossfire)

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A RARE AND TIMELY BOOK 6 novembre 2012
Par Robert Steven Thomas - Publié sur Amazon.com
Erich von Daniken introduced the concept of "Ancient Aliens" to the world in 1970. He is the undisputed father of what has now become a subject of growing interest among millions throughout the educated world. Zechariah Sitchin added weighty evidence and credibility to von Daniken's theory in the early 70's through his interpretation of humanity's earliest written account of history, rediscovered in the buried, cuneiform, baked-clay libraries of the world's oldest civilization - the Sumerians. In the intervening years many sober-minded and gifted scientists, authors & researchers have added additional substance with facts and new evidence which contribute to the validity of the likelihood for the actual presence of an advanced, non-terrestrial civilization that colonized Earth in approximately 430,000 B.C. (perhaps earlier) and co-inhabited this planet with our distant Homo erectus ancestors. I read von Daniken's first book "Chariots of the Gods" as a young man in 1971, and Sitchin's "Twelth Planet" not long afterward. Since that time I have personally read and researched almost every book put into print on this and any related subject which could potentially confirm and establish the reality of our human legacy through the intervention of advanced beings from another part of the universe. While perhaps a hundred or more individuals, too numerous to list here, have made substantial contributions to the validity of the Ancient Astronaut Theory in the interim, through my exhaustive personal research I have only encountered a handful of writers and books during this time who have been able to synthesize all of the information and knowledge into a single, comprehensive, reasonably accurate retelling of mankind's true history of evolution over the last half-million years. Michael Tellinger and this book are one of the those very few. The list also includes: Paul Von Ward's "We've Never been Alone," Neil Freer's "God Games, Lana Cantrell's "The Greatest Story Never Told" and, I submit in all humility, my own book "Intelligent Intervention." I rated this book "Five Star" because of the author's cumulative research and ability to tie the many loose ends of human history into a coherent and acceptable replacement for the antiquated and worn-out myth that is presently being taught in our schools, churches, colleges and shamefully passed off as the story of human history. While Tellinger's book, along with mine and the three others I mentioned, are not going to be best-sellers any time soon (they are each too controversial at this stage of human knowledge and current acceptability) they will steadily gain credibility and acceptance with each new generation of the 21st Century and beyond. At the same time I encourage each of you that have an open mind, are reasonably well educated and interested in the true story of humanity on Earth to read this book and each of the other four I referenced in this review. Your understanding of history will be forever changed. One small, constructive criticism of Tellinger's book ... I find the title to be unfortunate and perhaps misleading. While slavery has been a very real component of the human story from our artificially created human genome to the present, from my own research I am not as convinced that the Gods (advanced beings) that are responsible for our current human condition were as sinister as this book describes them. Buy it. Read it. Read the others. Form your own conclusions. "When we stop learning we begin dying."
Intelligent Intervention
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Riveting, Interesting, but ... 18 avril 2006
Par D. Polley - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I found this book to be an excellent summary of many other writings out there on this topic. If you want to read a single book on the subject rather than many, this is a good starting point. I began reading and, considering his lack of academic background, thought that it was well-researched. However, when I got to the topics of conversation that I am more well-versed, I noticed that Tellinger made sweeping generalizations that caused me to question the accuracy of previous chapters. A lot of his "research" is simply in quoting others that have speculated on these topics or even looking up a few websites. Don't get me wrong, I recommend the book - but do not simply accept everything in here as "the truth". Do more reading, do more reserach. Consider it a good starting point.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Intriguing and Conceivably True, but Not Especially Well Written 6 janvier 2013
Par S. C. OBrien - Publié sur Amazon.com
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First a summary: If you are interested in the possibility that extraterrestrials had a hand in our creation, and if you are open to the possibility that the gods of earth's religions might just be beings from other planets, then this book as is good as any to tie it all together in a hypothesis. Buy it, read it with an open mind, and ruminate on all the possibilities.

Details: I have read several books written by Zacharia Sitchen, and much of Michael Tellinger's book is based on Sitchen's work and theories. Sitchen's theory is that beings similar but superior to us came to Earth, performed genetic engineering on the primates that were here thereby creating a new species, and that species is us! I am fascinated by it all, but also aware that Sitchen has detractors who think his translation of ancient Sumerian texts recorded on clay tablets are incorrect. Assuming Sitchen's translations are even close, the characters are clearly trying to create a new species, trying to blend the characteristics of one with another, and their successes and failures are captured. Many historians dismiss these texts as myths because we "know" ancient man could never have accomplished this. (Never mind that the texts make clear it wasn't ancient "man" that was doing the experimentation!)

Here's where it gets interesting, and it gets controversial. An old established myth is not called a myth if it is supported by a major religion! Is it myth that Jesus rose from the dead, or a fact? You would be considered anti-Christian to call it a myth, but to an outsider it is a myth. And so it is with ancient "myths" in many cultures that describe gods on the earth, mating with humans and producing demi-gods, and so on. To today's scientists and historians, this is myth. But in the history of many cultures throughout the world you find these same "myths" over and over, which suggests they are rooted in a common truth of some kind.

If you enjoy explorations of this kind, this book is filled with them and you will likely enjoy it. The author attempts to tie together traditions and "myths" of religions throughout the world and demonstrate that the root of them all is actual history involving ET's from the planet Nibiru (about which Sitchen has written more than a dozen books). The author presents and associates scores of intriguing facts of history with "myths" that actually do a fair job of explaining this history. And along the way, non-speculative facts emerge, such as the first few books of Genesis being an abridged version of an earlier and much larger Sumerian text. I love this stuff, and loved this aspect of the book.

I will add that in my opinion, this unifying theory does a better job of explaining how we got here, why our various cultures believe what they do, why there are so many similar megalithic structures around the world (read Graham Hancock!!), and how civilization appeared as suddenly as it did, than anything our religions or orthodox history has to offer. It's fantastic, yet perfectly logical. So if for no other reason, if you are looking for one work that attempts to tie it all together and you can overlook exclamation and hyperbole, and can accept storytelling and speculation to fill in the gaps between the hard evidence, then you definitely want to read this!

So why only three stars? I found the presentation to be disjointed at times, especially in the first half of the book. The author repeatedly mentions what is coming up, even describing in detail what is coming later in the book, to the point where it seems that a reorganization of the material is in order so it unfolds in a more linear fashion. At times it felt quite repetitious. The later chapters seemed to flow much better to me. The last chapter, 100 pages or so, is a fascinating read that ties together all the groundwork of the preceding 444 pages into The Story of Humanity. The book might be worth the price just to read this chapter, which is a very engaging read.

I think the book might be too long, where a condensed and better organized presentation would make for an even more riveting read. In his defense, there is an immense amount of material here, and it is definitely a challenging task to clearly tell the story, substantiate the story, and not constantly interrupt the story as it goes along.

Second, there are no footnotes or references to points made as he goes along. While there is a suggested reading list at the end, the book is chock full of unsubstantiated claims, speculation and hyperbole- and that's OK. Because, let's face it- a book on a topic like this is going to be filed under "Speculation" in a bookstore, so that doesn't bother me. But he blends accepted fact, claimed fact and speculation interchangeably, such that you're confused as to what is bankable and what is the author's imagination. So this is not a scholarly book per se, or a provable history book, or one that historians would debate, for lack of documentation. What makes this disappointing is that it is full of rarely considered facts, and the authenticity of these facts gets lost in the context of the necessary speculation.

Third, there are more than the usual amount of editing errors, especially in the first half. It's almost as if one person edited the first half and someone else the second. 'Nuf said.

Fourth, the author can't help himself from inserting irrelevant modern-day political digs from time to time. Did you know that (George W.) Bush was a heinous killer in the same league as Hitler, Mao and Stalin? That US drone attacks are in the same league as a nuclear attack? I'm no fan of Bush or his Middle East wars of choice, but this is silly detraction from why the author wrote the book in the first place, and severely undercuts credibility the author may be building as the reader progresses.

Having said all of that, (you may have stopped reading by now), if the topic interests you, I would definitely read the book. If the groundwork-laying gets tedious, then skim. He really hits his stride in storytelling in the last chapter, where you get a much less-interrupted read of how all the pieces fit together. And that is FASCINATING and makes an incredible amount of sense!

Hint- Read the Old Testament, and every time you see "Lord God" or "God" or "YHWH," replace it with a ruler's name such as "King Marduk." Remove the religious overtone from the "almighty" and see the player as an earthly ruler. Tellinger refers to him as the vengeant god (which honors the Bible as written: "'Vengeance is mine!' sayeth the Lord"), and does a masterful job of showing the brutality of this vengeant god. This little exercise will COMPLETELY reframe how you will interpret what you may have been reading for years in the Old Testament.

So all in all- very much worth it- perhaps not great literature, but an enlightening theory and a great story!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 well done ! must read 13 novembre 2012
Par Paul Smyres - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book may shock you, but I heartily recommend it. Don't just read it and toss it aside. Think about what the implications are, and read other books that offer more views and evidence. If reading is tough for you, get a Kindle and have it read to you. It's subject is at the core of our whole civilization, what's going on, what has happened in the past, what could happen again. Don't miss this information, it's important.

Congratulations to Mr. Tellinger for his exceptional work, and for his persistence to tell a very difficult story. It's a story that is so 'out there' it will make your head spin if you're not already familiar with the subject. And yet, what's even wilder is that all considered, it's basically the only story that actually makes sense and explains SO much about what's been happening on earth for the last however many thousands of years ( at least the last few hundred thousand ). Fact IS stranger than fiction, and to tell this story Mr. Tellinger has drawn on countless indisputable facts, some recently discovered, fantastic records left to us by the ancient people from around the world, and the results of tireless research done by many other authors across a whole spectrum of subjects. Then he's connected the dots is a magnificent manner to help us see the big picture. It's awesome. stunning. It will keep some people awake at night. Others will find their curious minds strangely satiated... like ahhh... that explains a lot, FINALLY it's starting to make sense, the whole thing, life on earth, the rise and fall of civilizations, the endless wars, etc.

So let's start with this.. the 'history' that's taught these days even at university level is woefully lacking, and in many cases is deliberately biased for reasons you'll understand as you read. We have not been getting sufficient information to really understand, and few students care to look deeply into history, especially ancient history. There is a LOT riding on the public acceptance of the fake, incomplete story of mankind's sojourn on earth. As Mr. Tellinger illustrates, the story of gold, slavery, and the 'gods' goes back a very, very long time, and it's got some really sinister chapters, and some nasty players. But there are also some very fascinating good guys, amazing beings, who have helped teach human beings their true potential. Human activity on earth is much older than most imagine.

Now, the good news is that we now have access to more information about this so if you are diligent, you can get answers. I suggest people also read the works of Zacharia Sitchin, Joseph Farrell, Graham Hancock, and many others, to get a much larger view of this subject of human origins. Real clues to the human origin can come from our ancestors, their stories. after all, they were much closer to source. Their stories were their history, and what they have said, in Sumeria, in Egypt, in India, in what's now N. and S. America, in China, in Japan..... is that we are not alone, really never have been. There have been other beings who came from the sky, with technology, and engineered what we now call the homo sapiens using life forms that were available on earth at that time. They taught humans all kinds of stuff. They used human labor to get things done, they fought amongst themselves, they had amazing gadgets, they built a bunch of amazing structures, and at some point they left... or at least they hid, and some of them are likely still within the solar system, perhaps using bases on Mars or the moon. It was they who set up the kingship system, manipulated people, had them do hard labor, and mine gold. They were extremely interested in bloodline ( DNA ), because some people were considered descendants of these 'gods', thus more powerful and deserving to rule, according to themselves. But that system has made a mess of things, truly. There are people who benefit from having endless conflict and division of 'classes' of people, with them on top. follow the gold, as they say.

So, not much has changed in a way. 'Royalty' still exists, slavery still happens, obsession with gold is still going on, political and religious manipulation is happening, education is obstructed, disinformation is still out there. But more and more,we can find out what we need to do more easily, learn who we are. the more we learn, the clearer things become, and we can live more consciously. This book is a great help to understanding who we are as humans.

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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Cleverly crafted sensationalism for the gullible! 16 juin 2011
Par William Beattie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Years ago I tracked down all of Zecharia Sitchin's work and read until my heart was content. Like many people, I believed most of his theories without actually evaluating the Sumerian translations done by Oxford's Oriental Institute. I was shocked when I took a few weeks to read the texts exclusively with an analytical-eye. The idea that the Anunnaki created mankind to mine Gold is no where to be found in the Sumerian texts!? Out of the one-hundred and five times Gold is mentioned in the texts, only one time is Enki spoken of concerning the transportation of Gold (north bound) toward Egypt. Enki was traveling on a boat (up the Nile) and heading toward Enlil's regions that spanned from modern day Egypt to Iraq. Here is the only exclusive verse in all the texts that speak of transporting Gold.

Enki and the world order: c.1.1.3
"I will admire its green cedars. Let the lands of Meluha, Magan and Dilmun look upon me, upon Enki. Let the Dilmun boats be loaded (?) with timber. Let the Magan boats be loaded sky-high. Let the magilum boats of Melu'a transport gold and silver and bring them to Nibru for Enlil, king of all the lands."

All the other one-hundred and four quotes from the text speak of mundane every day usages of Gold for ornaments, jewelry, and earthly Temples. But wait! The reader shouts out demanding that the Gold was to be transported to NIBRU. Yes this is true. The word "Nibru" is mentioned 148 times in the Sumerian texts. The word means "the crossing point" as a noun, and can also be used as a verb to mean "going across." It is also used as an adjective in this verse:

Enki and Ninma': c.1.1.2
"Sixth, she fashioned one with neither pen!* nor vagi!* on its body. Enki looked at the one with neither pen!$ nor vagi$! on its body and gave it the name 'Nibru eunuch (?)', and decreed as its fate to stand before the king."

In this passage it clearly means "a cross human" or "eunuch." What does all this mean? Nibru is where we get the verb in Arabic (`abra) meaning "to cross" and also (`ebre) means "Hebrews." The Hebrews crossed the desert into the promise land from Egypt. This is interesting because the shrine of Nibru may have been "The Great Pyramid." It was not a planet as Sitchin suggests. There is no evidence in all the Sumerian texts to come to such mind boggling conclusions. Need more evidence? Read this verse from the texts:

Enlil in the E-kur (Enlil A): c.4.05.1
"Enlil, when you marked out the holy settlements, you also built Nibru, your own city. You (?) ...... the Ki-ur, the mountain, your pure place. You founded it in the Dur-an-ki, in the middle of the four quarters of the earth. Its soil is the life of the Land, and the life of all the foreign countries."

This book is filled with fanciful conjectures that don't mount up from a scholarly perspective. Has he even read the Sumerian Tablets? Many authors read Sitchin's books and start to quote them like the Gospel. Did you know that Sitchin's book "The Lost Book of Enki," was mere fiction. There is no tablet amongst all the existing ones found with this title. I could go on with more facts to disprove the theories that "Adam" was created by Enki and the Anunnaki; as stated by many quasi-researchers in this field. Check out the book, "Ancient Etymological Correlatives" for clearer facts on the Anunnaki and put this trash in the waste bin. Good day my friends!


William Beattie
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