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The Anunnaki of Nibiru: Mankind's Forgotten Creators, Enslavers, Saviors, and Hidden Architects of the New World Order

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Many historical and scriptural findings not included in the Canonical Bible, have now come to light. Access to texts such as the Lost Book of Enoch, the Nag Hamadi Gospels, and the Book of Jubilees, among others is now widely available and, when synthesized and correlated with existing documents like the Bible and Qu'ran, merits rethinking Western civilization's origins ...more
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Published August 4th 2013 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform (first published August 3rd 2013)
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Feb 25, 2014 rated it did not like it
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This is a shockingly poor book, full of grammatical errors, incoherent ramblings, and inexcusable sources (like Wikipedia!). The author makes points that don’t logically connect to one another, and regularly digresses into irrelevant subjects that are often difficult to follow, and seem to be there just to remind the reader of his credentials as an engineer.

The general premise of the book is that the Anunnaki of Mesopotamian mythology are actually aliens (building on the work of Zecharia
Daniel Williams
Nov 28, 2015 rated it liked it
This is a really tough book to evaluate. It is a great primer for anyone who wants to read the more dense Sitchin books. The author establishes a clear hypothesis and point of view. He then proceeds to try to prove this hypothesis using many lines of evidence including ancient records and legends, alternative healing, physics, and biology. The multiple lines of investigation is a strength of the book. Closer reading of the text however, shows that the support for the main hypothesis in general ...more
Dec 17, 2017 rated it liked it
I read a few of the other comments regarding this book before starting my own review which is something I like to do in reference to all my book reviews. I typically review the ratings twice: one before reading the book and once after. I do agree with the grammatical errors, incoherent ramblings, and his inability to complete a point. Perfect example of this latter comment starts on page 207 through about 209. On page 207 the author starts to discuss the Emerald Tablets written by Thoth (Enki’s ...more
Charles Garard
Nov 27, 2016 rated it really liked it
The Anunnaki of Nibiru Mankind’s Forgotten Enslavers, Destroyers, Saviours and Hidden Architects of the New World Order
Gerald Clark, MSEE PSI

Mr. Clark's book is, for the most part, an interested read , if not always a coherent one. I found myself becoming stuck in the lack of flow at times and wanting to drift into other reading projects, even though I do have an interest in the often-referenced theories and works of Zecharia Sitchen. Sitchen is a scholar who can not only ready the Bible in
Dennis Tully

If you can get past the horrible editing that left scores of misspelled words, incomplete sentences and bad grammar there are some interesting parts of the book. Unfortunately little is new. In fact apart from the recaps of other authors' discoveries and his own oddball conspiracy theories and odd beliefs in how he thinks the aliens maintained control over humans, there was little else. Based on the good reviews I am quite disappointed. I am also perplexed as to what others see in this.
Mar 25, 2016 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
A very fascinating story with some really intense ideas. Not sure if I can really believe this stuff or not but I appreciate the authors point of view. You really need to have an open mind to read this material. Also, based on the writing style in addition to mathematical and engineer type lingo, there were times when it was hard to follow along. I know the author did his best to explain his beliefs and I appreciate the attempt. I have to admit, this stuff is really interesting even if it’s hard ...more
Jan 20, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Intruiging and Inspiring

On my personal road to elevated consciousness I found this book to be very revealing. Many things written seem to be almost impossible to believe but somehow an underlying feeling emerges in me that it all makes sense. A personal surprise to read in this book about "structural integration", which as it turns out is something i've had done in the past, now making more sense to me than ever before, there are no coincidences !
deborah pearmain

Borrows considerably from Sitchin's books in terms of the idea of ancient aliens being the Annunaki. Conspiracy theories abound in this book which seems to be an attempt to draw the main ones together into a single framework. Some sentences are awkwardly constructed or seem to cut off halfway. The book does stretch the bounds of credibility but is an entertaining read.
Jun 03, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Excellent insight and theories

I have read all the Sitchin books, Laurence Gardiner's books and many others regarding the Annunaki. This book connected the dots and gave me food for thought.
Alex Broskey
Apr 09, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Its one of the best books out right now.
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Gerald Clark is an amazing individual.
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