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Slave Species of the Gods: The Secret History of the Anunnaki and Their Mission on Earth (English Edition) par [Tellinger, Michael]
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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

“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)

“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)

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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 582 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 1591431514
  • Editeur : Bear & Company; Édition : 2 (10 septembre 2012)
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  • Langue : Anglais
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Intriguing ideas 29 mars 2016
Par Galaxie - Publié sur
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Interesting ideas. I'm not sure I'm buying it, but love playing 'what if' and I think Michael has at the very least raised some fascinating questions about our collective past. The stone circles in SA are definitely an enigma, and no one else has come close to explaining them. I like his views on our current systems and his ideas for improving our lot. Downfall...some big leaps made on little evidence. He based a lot on Z Sitchin's interpretations of Sumerian texts, and doesn't adequately address the critiques on those translations and the niggling rumours that they are exaggerations, full of mistakes or presented to suit Sitchin's theory. However Michael is very authentic, very passionate on his subject, and I sense a truth behind a lot of what he says even if some of the specifics are a bit stretched. A great read that gets you thinking. I will continue to read his work, and appreciate not only his efforts to uncover truth, but also to expose corruption in our present system and suggestions for alternatives.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Thank you, Michael Tellinger for unlocking this most-important story for me. 23 septembre 2016
Par Truth Seeker - Publié sur
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I just finished reading “The Lost Book of Enki”, which I thoroughly enjoyed, and I credit
the last chapter of Michael Tellinger's book (“Slave Species of the Gods”) as the key
that made it possible for me to comprehend this facinating story.
My skill is not language arts, and I failed in earlier attempts to read “The 12th Planet” or LBOE.
I am amazed that just a few years ago, I could not follow the story in “The 12th Planet” nor could I tolerate the the language in LBOE, and now I am fascinated at the ability of the simple language in LBOE to communicate so efficiently and easily. I consider SSOTG to be a condensation of LBOE. Thank you Michael Tellinger for unlocking this most-important story for me.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Highly Recommended for Those Interested in this Topic 29 août 2014
Par William - Publié sur
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Michael is a very good and entertaining writer. This book was informative with a mix of humor and his own views on current societal, religious and political views. It's a long read, but I liked the layout and flow. However, it felt like it ended a bit abruptly with a very big "question mark" left that I was hoping would be addressed by the end of the book.

For those familiar with this topic, much of the information is based on the Sumerian translations of Zecharia Sitchin. But, Michael also references other ancient texts and cultural "legends" from around the world and throughout history. I'm going to read more on this topic from other authors who have either translated the Sumerian clay tablets themselves, or used resources other than Sitchin. I'm hoping that will give me a wider view of the research and I'll draw my own conclusions at that point.

I bought this in Kindle format, but will probably get the paper version to give as gifts.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 which is a synopsis of the translation of the Sumer tablets is very convincing - reads like a Sci-Fi novel but written 4 16 octobre 2014
Par Annie Eagleton - Publié sur
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I gave it 5 stars, tho I haven't finished reading it yet. I've picked and chosen different chapters. As he says, you don't need to read it in chronological order. It's certainly fascinating & Chapter 16, which is a synopsis of the translation of the Sumer tablets is very convincing - reads like a Sci-Fi novel but written 4,500 years ago about events 445,000 years ago (that's one query I have: who wrote the tablets & why such a huge gap in time? Perhaps that explanation is in a part I haven't read yet.) The Anunnaki did have the secrets to longevity - some lived for thousands of years.- and genetic engineering, incredibly all that time ago. I believe they were the builders of the pyramids & other hi-tech sites around the planet and a lot of the biblical stuff seems to come from the Sumer tablets & explanation of our horrible hierarchical, warlike tendencies & many other 'mysteries' .
Definitely give it a go!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Love the possibility 11 septembre 2016
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not all the way through but the concept is fascinating... further information for me to digest as to what we do not know about history - about "mankind". The more we learn, the more questions we have.
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