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Book VI of the Earth Chronicles, "The Cosmic Code", continues Zechariah Sitchin's saga of the Nefilim and their influence on the fate of mankind. In his usual style of inciteful speculation and careful culling of evidence from ancient materials, Sitchin has added a number of new threads to the tapestry of the extraterrestrial intervention hypothesis.
If this is the first book of Sitchin's that you will read, you will find there is enough introductory and review material to bring you up to speed on the tale as told thus far. For the veteran Sitchin reader there is a wealth of new and provocative material to amaze and stimulate further investigation. Those of us who have been enthralled by the "Bible Code" research and revelations will find intelligent and useful insights into it's precursor codes in the cunieform writing system. Kabbalists will find that they too are indebted to the Annunaki for much of the wisdom and understanding contained within their field of study.
For this reader the most fascinating aspect of Sitchin's recent research embodied in "The Cosmic Code" concerns the relationship between the Hebrew alphabet and the genetic code. This is an area that I have been working in for many years. In personal correspondence with Mr. Sitchin regarding this relationship between the language of life and the language of the Torah I outlined the evidence for a deep analogy between the Hebrew letters and the amino acids of the genetic code. With his usual insight, Mr. Sitchin responded, "... Hebrew is just a form of Akkadian, and that the current Hebrew alphabet ("square letters") emanated in the Aramaic. If there is commonality, I would seek it in the earlier Sumerian phase.
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Von Ein Kunde am 17. Januar 1999
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As a long time Sitchin fan I find myself very disappointed in this book. There is no coherent structure or theme to the book, despite the provocative title. The book appears to be simply a conglomeration of thoughts Sitchin has had on a variety of issues since his last book. Much of the first third of the book is just a synopsis of some of the central themes from his earlier works, certainly a waste of time for those of us who have read those earlier works. The title represents a clear attempt to cash in on the current interest in Bible codes, but less than a third of the book actually discusses such codes at all. Sitchin engages in a great deal of speculation about various codes but offers little that is new and nothing that is definitive. The latter third of the book is sprinkled with references to Sitchin's personal feelings about Yahweh. Despite the fact that there is no evidence to suggest that Yahweh was the lord of the Annunaki, and considerable evidence to suggest that Yahweh was just a latter day trouble maker from the clan of Enlil, Sitchin makes numerous statements designed to promote his own religious beliefs. Unfortunately it appears that Sitchin does not intend to offer any further analysis of the relationship of Yahweh to Anu, El, Enki, Enlil and the other Annunaki. Apparently we will have to rely on the works of Alan Alford, Bruce Rux and others if we want an unbiased discussion of Yahweh.
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This was my first Sitchin book. I finished it days ago and can't stop talking about it. It is a brilliant piece of work for its daring re-telling of ancient texts in a brave "tell it like it is" style. Whether or not the author truly believes the things he reports doesn't matter. That, I don't care. What I appreciate is the author's objective reporting. I recommend this book to anyone for its content and trust its completeness in the information presented. This book will challenge and excite everyone who is interested in religion, history, and human origins. I did find flaws in just a very few references to New Testament scripture, but don't let that slow you down. This book clearly summarizes and portrays the dawn of man, our purpose, our fate and destiny, not from human philiosophy, but from real, tangible, historical texts and tablets that are supported by hard evidence. What I love about this book is what I read in between the lines: Sitchin is on a real, personal quest and he is not afraid to turn over any stone to find "the grail." Let this book be an inclusive support to the monotheistic texts, in my opinion. Then, let yourself be the judge. Drive on, Mr. Sitchin. I'm just as eager as you.
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Von Ein Kunde am 25. Mai 1999
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The person who wrote this book must be cast from the same mold as the Eric Von Danikens of the 70s and 80s. There is nothing scientific in this book at all - nothing that is based on "evidence" that is so key to good science and understanding. There is nothing in this book that leads the reader to a critical and sceptical conclusion that moves us to good scientific model building. There is nothing in this book that compells me to challenge the current orthodox models of the ancient world. In fact this fellow, if he does anything right, validates my "belief" in the historical record concerning ancient Egypt and the mainstream Egyptological research of people like Hawass and Lehner. If you want to read a good theory about the pyramids, the ancient civilization of the near east and Sumer, read Budge and Lehner. This Sitchin fellow is off-the-wall. Better left on the fiction shelf with the UFO stuff and the Star Wars movies - leave this alone or keep it far far away.
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