Kyle Philson's Reviews > African Temples of the Anunnaki: The Lost Technologies of the Gold Mines of Enki

African Temples of the Anunnaki by Michael Tellinger
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Jan 19, 2014

it was amazing

Kyle Philson-Host of Expanded Perspectives Podcast

-Free review copy courtesy of Inner Traditions/Bear & Company

A wonderful book detailing the over 200,000 stone structures that make up the landscape in southern Africa. I had no idea that so many existed. There definately was a very large civilization working and mining southern Africa for gold just as the Ancient Sumarian texts tells us. There are numerous photographs detailing the structures. This book has more photographs than I have ever seen in any similar books about lost civilizations. There were millions of mines, energy circles, agricultural terraces, calendars and statues that were most certainly buried by flood silt from the great Deluge between 12,000 - 13,000 years ago. If you are interested in archeology and/or ancient cultures then this is the book for you. Excellent book for anyones personal collection.
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