The sequel to Zecharia Sitchin’s The 12th Planet, The Stairway to Heaven, while not as thoroughly engrossing as the first book, is still quite captivating. Exactly what were the pyramids of ancient Egypt intended for? They weren’t tombs of the Pharaohs, that much has been proven. This book gives the answer. And what of the obelisks of ancient Egypt? Could they have some connection to aeons-old starships? What was all behind the ancient oracle centers of the world, and are they all connected somehow? How is it that such megalithic stones at the ancient site of Baalbek are meticulously fitted together, and no one knows how? Sitchin answers all that and more in this book.
Prepare to go on a journey to the distant past, where all centers of religion and culture were connected. Think you know the identity of Mount Sinai? You probably don’t. Are you completely sure the Oracle at Delphi was just some chick high off of fumes emanating from the Earth’s bowels? How could Egypt, Mesopotamia, Babylon, Jerusalem and Sumeria all share the same otherworldly link? Are all the Gods of Old of various mythologies all the same beings, only with changed names for differing cultures, and did they come from a distant world as interstellar explorers and end up being deified by the scientific experiments that they themselves created?
What was so holy about the high mountain peaks of the world. Why were monasteries built near them, and do they all share the same common source? Is there a mind-blowing, earth-shattering secret that they hold? You’ll find the answers to all these inquiries in this book. And while I may not have agreed spiritually and philosophically with completely every answer, they do hold some substance still, and make me desire to keep reading Zecharia Sitchin’s Earth Chronicles.
I give The Stairway to Heaven by Zecharia Sitchin a 4 out of 5.