Did a race of giant humans once roam the Biblical lands, Europe and North America? Over 300 historical accounts of giant human skeletons are presented for the first time. Massive human skeletal remains, burial mound types, symbolism, etymology, numerology and ceremonial centers are compared in the Biblical Levant, the British Isles and the Ohio Valley with stunning similarities. Genesis 6:4, "There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old men of renown." The giant offspring of this union between the sons of God and the daughters of men were called the Nephilim.
This book takes the leap from mythology to science to discover that the Nephilim were the last vestiges of primitive species; who were known for their gigantic height. They spread from the Biblical Lands to the British Isles and the Ohio Valley. Their open-air earthen and stone temples and burial mounds, containing the remains of giants have stood the testament of time; leaving an indelible mark upon our soil.
Herein are the historical accounts of the giant skeletons that have been discovered within burial mounds and subsurface tombs in the Biblical Lands, the British Isles and Europe and North America. Discover for the first time. Who Built Stonehenge. The Numerology Codex of Gematria that dictates 666 as the Sun Father and 1080 as the Lunar or Earth Mother and how these numbers are present in the Bible, Stonehenge and the Earthworks in the Ohio Valley. Discover a giant race called the Dinaric whose remains have been found in Jerusalem, in burial mounds at Stonehenge and the Ohio Valley. Discover the ancient Amorite Babylonian symbols that are evident at Stonehenge and the many henges in the Ohio Valley. Discover the evidence of advanced mathematics discovered by the Amorites and how it is evident at Stonehenge and within the earthworks in the Ohio Valley.
This is a must read for anyone who wants an affirmation of one of the most mysterious chapters in the Bible.
What disappointed you about The Nephilim Chronicles: Fallen Angels in the Ohio Valley?
There was no analysis or context given. No updated research - all the stories are from 100 - 150 years ago... has follow up been done on ANY of these? That would be great. And by stories, I mean newspaper stories. This book is literally someone reading news clipping after news clipping of accounts of large skeletons from the 1800’s. Very dry, and again, no analysis whatsoever.
Would you ever listen to anything by Fritz Zimmerman again?
Perhaps of the structure of the book was different than “The Nephilim Chronicles"
What do you think the narrator could have done better?
The narrator was ok - didn’t really add to or take away form the book. It may be hard to judge the narrator given the structural objections I listed above.
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What did you love best about The Nephilim Chronicles: Fallen Angels in the Ohio Valley?
The content of the story is excellently researched and has some valuable insights but it takes getting past the voice of the narrator who sometimes tries too hard to sound as if she were masculine or reading through a masculine voice. It is likely the unfortunate result of most of the news stories quoted being voiced and penned by men, during a time when women had little voice of their own.
Who was your favorite character and why?
There are no characters as this is a collection of reports of the skeletons of Giants found in the Ohio River Valley and other locations in the US. Many of the historical accounts are fascinating, especially those of Native inhabitants who had passed down stories generationally before Europeans arrived.
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Cynthia Wallace?
I think that Simon Vance would have been nice but maybe that is because I enjoy his performances and his voice. I think that Cynthia is perfectly suited for other kinds of narration but was not well suited to this book in particular.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
When Giants Ruled the Ohio River Valley...
Any additional comments?
I think that saying this book is nothing more than reading news articles and clippings is unfair. The author had spent much time in his research of the material and hearing many of the news articles in their entirety was fascinating and enjoyable and gave a peek into the the lives of our recent ancestral past and how we treated archaeological finds like the skeletons of giants and the opportunity we wasted in collecting them for future study. The author also spent time in considering the religious aspects as well as purely historical data that allows the reader to draw their own conclusions about the origins of these bands of giants who no longer walk among us.
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What made the experience of listening to The Nephilim Chronicles: Fallen Angels in the Ohio Valley the most enjoyable?
The narration was good.
Any additional comments?
I was amazed to find such detailed history right here in the area where I live. If the information in this book is correct there were Nephilim all around the Great Lakes area.
Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
Yes and no
How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?
For almost a day she reads a list(>4 hours)same form ,date,person,unavailable certificate data.
What about Cynthia Wallace’s performance did you like?
Did The Nephilim Chronicles: Fallen Angels in the Ohio Valley inspire you to do anything?
Yes,to read reviews deeplier.
Any additional comments?
i need it as basement,there's real data(more or less) it's mostly a huge list,often only verbally confirmed,it needs a leap of faith to believe the claims.Only some of them give us perspective.
It was interesting it tied stories from the Book of Mormon I really enjoyed the story by the Native American lady and her experience with stories from her mom, that story really resembles a piece in the book of ether. I am fascinated with Native American history so this book was exceptional.
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This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
I think scholarly bookworms and intellectuals may enjoy this barrage of misinformation.
How did the narrator detract from the book?
Zimmerman references a multitude of sources and combines them into a linear thought? Not really.
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