Review of “The Earth Chronicles Book III: The Wars of Gods and Men” by Zecharia Sitchin

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Ever since the Anunnaki from the planet Nibiru landed upon this sphere, they have been involved in fierce conflicts, battles, and wars against each other, or so legend has it. These conflicts have been raging on since before the creation of the race of men, and when men allied themselves with these various “gods,” and began worshiping them, they conscripted them to fight their wars and battles. One extraterrestrial race and family so divided against itself, that bloodshed and death was the choice to be meted out to solve their problems.
The third book in Sitchin’s “Earth Chronicles,” entitled “The Wars of Gods of Men” explores these epic, century-spanning conflicts in which vastly advanced weapons of war were used that have faded into the stuff of myth and legend. This book uncovers the truth of such titanic clashes and allegiances.
-What were the Pyramid Wars and was a god actually imprisoned in the Great Pyramid for a time?

-Were there powerful crystals in the Great Pyramid that were taken as spoils of war by a vengeful god and lost or hidden deep somewhere over the course of centuries?

-Was the Judaic patriarch Abraham more than he seemed?

-What really happened in the Biblical war involving the alliance of the Canaanite Kings?

-Why were the black-hearted cities of Sodom and Gomorrah wiped off the face of the Earth?

-Is there a secret, underlying connecting history to all these grand historical struggles that we don’t know about, and is yet staring us straight in the face from out of the mists of time?

All these questions and so much more are answered in “The Wars of Gods and Men.” I have to say it is the most compelling and riveting work of Sitchin I have read yet, and I discovered things within that made my jaw drop. Whether this is completely true, I’m not sure, but it does make you stop and think if there is a history that has been hidden from us by the powers-that-be about our intergalactic forefathers.

I give “The Wars of Gods and Men” by Zecharia Sitchin a 5 out of 5.

 

 

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