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Thousands of years ago, the Earth was a battlefield. These were the wars that would shape man's destiny - terrible conflicts that began lifetimes earlier on another planet. Parting the mists of time and myth, the internationally renowned scholar Zecharia Sitchin takes us back in this volume to the violent beginnings of the human story, when gods - not men - ruled the Earth. In a spellbinding reconstruction of epic events preserved in legends and ancient writings, he traces the conflicts that began on another world, continued on Earth, and culminated in the use of nuclear weapons - an event recorded in the Bible as the upheaval of Sodom and Gomorrah.

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©2002 Zecharia Sitchin (P)2018 Tantor

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Good continuation of Enlil and Enki's story.

A lot of ideas from the first two books find there way here but we do get some nice new details not in the previous two books. I particularly liked the description of the radioactive winds that blow across Sumer and the Annunaki telling everyone to run for their lives before they dart off leaving the humans to their fate. The Annunaki appear very human here and for me that detail alone was worth the purchase.

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  • paraman52
  • 01-07-2018

Great Reading of Sitchin

This is a great reading of the third book in the Earth Chronicles series. The narrator is great, with a clear voice and good tempo. The bonus PDF with illustrations from the book is a nice touch.

This is a great value!

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  • Starfyre +1
  • 04-02-2020

way better than book 2

Almost comes to 'modern age' ... what we call 'ancient egypt'. If you are truly a(n) historian or biblical scholar, you must read the Books of Enki followed by #1 and #3 in the series. Book #2 is just about the quests for 'eternal' youth. Not only is it boring, but it distracts from the narrative. Good luck!

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  • Nikooo111
  • 15-08-2018

interresting, a great listen

Its easy to lose yourself thinking that the story is madeup, although it is history and if all that is mentioned has a smidgen of thruth imagine the consequences and the future of mankind!

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  • Richard Lee Wiltison
  • 15-03-2019

lots of information to unpack

This book by Zachariah Sitchin was well-researched, excellently written, and perfectly narrated. I highly recommend it.

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  • alexander needle
  • 06-09-2018

dive in

once again mr sitchen has bridge gaps amongst our history and brought to light wonderful theories, with compelling evidence to support it. well worth the read.

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  • Per
  • 18-08-2018

Very very interesting

This is a very very interesting piece of writing. that should be taught in school's.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 21-07-2021

Very enlightening

All most of us know is just the Bible,this is very informative of the past that I never knew of. Great read!!!!

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  • AR
  • 19-05-2021

Fantastic Knowledge To Have

I love Zacharia Sitchin's work and the narrator is captivating and reads EVERYTHING with passion and even pristine pronunciation like he created language itself. lol. I have all of his available Audible books.

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  • Diana
  • 02-12-2020

I believe these events could be possible

I Loved it. Very interesting. Especially when you hear ancient written text's; it compared to the bible. All these event can't be to far of base. Realizing that carvings wouldn't of been done unless it was true. They ancient civilization carved what they saw. It would be a waste of time to carve or invest in big projects. This book actually makes sense. We all heard in the name of ___ my God___, . Man fight for this God.. Taking slaves. etc. I have enjoyed listening to this book.

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  • Eric Moody
  • 30-11-2020

one if the best yet

one of my favorites so far. the history is amazing. the pyramid wars are definitely something everyone should check out.

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  • StarFire
  • 27-05-2021

Mind Blowing!!

Fantastic narration and content!! Heading into the next one in the series. Cannot get enough!!

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  • ASHISH SINHA
  • 08-04-2020

Very well researched and a very interesting read

This is the third book I have read in the series and now I am a fan of the Earth Chronicles series. It is erudite , engrossing and entertaining. The book has been well read and the accompanying pdf is a great reference to have

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  • Michael Crean
  • 12-03-2020

Fascinating stuff end to end

Great content end to end. However, he covers alot of his previous works. Shame about the narrator, after listening to Zecharia's 3 book's in a row, his voice becomes droll. would have been great to change that. massive thumbs up to Mr Sitchin. "You Sir, are a legend".

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  • Brian McHugh
  • 06-10-2021

Challenge your beliefs

Sitchin provides information from pre history which has been researched from ancient days in Mesopotamia, which to the reader will either sound outlandish or provoke your thoughts on our species foggy early civilizations. Not the book for you if you have no prior knowledge of Sitchens theories on how humans were created and their evolutionary path to civilization.

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