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When Time Began (Book V) par [Sitchin, Zecharia]
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“Sitchin has outdone himself in this attractive book…his grasp of astronomical units and ages is startling.” (Critical Review)

“Reveals the signature of extraterrestrial gods written in stone.” (Voice of Astara)

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Night and day, month after month, year after year, our ancestors dutifully recorded the passage of time on clay tablets, watching the heavens from stage towers and pyramids and from megalithic monuments whose incredible size and precise architecture boggle the mind. . . . Who were the builders of these mysterious structures? What was their purpose? Whose signature is indelibly written on these timeless stones, and who was the Divine Architect? Why was Stonehenge and its likes built by ancient civilizations at the very same time--4,100 years ago? What is their message for our time? With these questions in mind, Zecharia Sitchin, renowned researcher of past ages, takes us on a journey through the records of time in this, the fifth book of his Earth Chronicles series. Drawing deeply on Sumerian and Egyptian writings, millenia-old artifacts, and sacred architecture ranging from ancient Mesopotamia to pre-Columbian civilizations in the Americas, this bestselling scholar provides astounding insights into the origins of the calendar, astronomy, and astrology. He takes readers to the climax circa 2100 b.c. when Marduk, the Babylonian national god, attained supremacy on Earth and proclaimed the New Age of Aries--after which society, religion, science, and the status of women were never the same.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Make Time for This! 9 février 2009
Par Elliot Malach - Publié sur
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There are three kinds of time: Divine, Celestial and Earth. Most of the megaliths around the globe were astronomical computers to determine months, days, or even periods of time thousands of years into the future. These ancient civilizations knew how to determine solar dates like the equinox or solstice, and even more complex time periods based on lunar calculations. Some computed all of these.

The age of these megaliths can be determined by our knowledge of changes in the tilt of the earth, and it shows their construction dated back thousands of years B.C. These civilizations had unheard of knowledge of astronomy and mathematics - not to mention the actual construction of these megaliths out of rocks weighing in the tons, and with precision we cannot even match today.

Similarities between these structures, including Stonehenge, and others built in the far reaches of the Earth in places like the mountains in Peru, indicate the same architect! How could that be possible unless we accept Sitchin's theories on how this advanced civilization of "gods" came here from Nibiru and gave us the information? If he's wrong, how could these different races on opposite ends of the Earth each have the skies divided into 12 arbitrary units, the Zodiac, and have practically the same symbols representing each?

The coincidences seem to keep mounting. When Divine time is reconciled to Earth time using Nibiru's orbit around earth of 3,600 years to the number of Earth years in each house of the Zodiac of 2,160 years, you get 1.6666, the golden ratio - Fibonacci numbers. And there's more. Every chapter has something new.

I know, don't tell me... Stonehenge was a burial ground. Yeah right. Just shut up and buy the book.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Were the Anunnaki ever in Europe? 17 mai 2017
Par Joseph Landry - Publié sur
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Sitchin was a remarkable historian and innovative thinker. I've always enjoyed his books. While this one went into great depth in explaining the ancient traditions and beliefs concerning Human Time, Divine Time, and Celestial Time, mostly with the Sumerians, I wish he delved more into findings surrounding Stonehenge. Early in the book, he postulates a influence of the Anunnaki with the megalith builders in Europe, but falls short of showing the existence of any literary tradition, of inscriptions and texts, like those found in Egypt and Mesopotamia. I finished WHEN TIME BEGAN with the question of whether or not the figure of Thoth/Ningishzidda was present among the inhabitants of Britain so as to direct and guide the construction of Stonehenge. This connection was showed in THE LOST REALMS with stories and legends of Quetzalcoatl in Central America, but there was no connection shown with a similar character found in European mythologies.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Opening of the Minds Eye 6 février 2015
Par DVUSMC - Publié sur
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Must read the Complete Series in order to understand the concept that covers 460,000 + years to present and at first you will think he is crazy but at some time you will question your belief system then by the conclusion you will know where you stand in your belief system and only Question is WHY? he does not answer that he leaves it to you and your belief system!!!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Sitchin was a one-of-a-kind visionary 7 mars 2013
Par Chewy - Publié sur
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Every book in the Earth Chronicles series is a delight to read. You may not agree with all of Sitchin's theories regarding Nibiru and the Anunnaki, but his chronology of ancient history and global events is spot-on, and his understanding of Sumerian mythology and language is impeccable. Regardless of the personal conclusions you arrive at after reading his work, I can certainly guarantee that you will also come away with a much greater sense of possibility for our ancient past, and the realization that there is much, much more to our history than we've ever been led to believe. In my opinion, it is the great work of researchers like Zecharia Sitchin and others that will ultimately bridge the gap between evolution and creationism, and finally reveal to us the long-hidden truths about our celestial origins.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 I like his stuff....... 29 mars 2013
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I find anything Stichen does to be interesting. He tackles things others won't. At times it can get dry, but that is when he is substantiating his research. There are many that won't even give his thinking a nod, but I feel he is onto something. I like to know who might have taken his place since he passed in 2010.
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