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Slave Species of the Gods: The Secret History of the Anunnaki and Their Mission on Earth [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Michael Tellinger
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25. Oktober 2012
* Reveals compelling new archaeological and genetic evidence for the engineered origins of the human species, first proposed by Zecharia Sitchin in The 12th Planet * Shows how the Anunnaki created us using pieces of their own DNA, controlling our physical and mental capabilities by inactivating their more advanced DNA * Identifies a recently discovered complex of sophisticated ruins in South Africa as the city of the Anunnaki leader Enki Scholars have long believed that the first civilisation on Earth emerged in Sumer some 6,000 years ago. However, as Michael Tellinger reveals, the Sumerians and Egyptians inherited their knowledge from an earlier civilisation that lived at the southern tip of Africa and began with the arrival of the Anunnaki more than 200,000 years ago. Sent to Earth in search of life-saving gold, these ancient Anunnaki astronauts from the planet Nibiru created the first humans as a slave race to mine gold-thus beginning our global traditions of gold obsession, slavery and god as dominating master. Tellinger shows that, as humanity awakens to the truth about our origins, we can overcome our programmed animalistic and slave-like nature, tap in to our dormant Anunnaki DNA and realise the longevity and intelligence of our creators as well as learn the difference between the gods of myth and the true loving God of our universe. Revealing new archaeological and genetic evidence in support of Zecharia Sitchin's revolutionary work with pre-biblical clay tablets, Tellinger shows how the Anunnaki created us using pieces of their own DNA, controlling our physical and mental capabilities by inactivating their more advanced DNA-which explains why less than 3 percent of our DNA is active. He identifies a recently discovered complex of sophisticated ruins in South Africa, complete with thousands of mines, as the city of Anunnaki leader Enki and explains their lost technologies that used the power of sound as a source of energy. Matching key mythologies of the world's religions to the Sumerian clay tablet stories on which they are based, he details the actual events behind these tales of direct physical interactions with "god," concluding with the epic flood-a perennial theme of ancient myth-that wiped out the Anunnaki mining operations.

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"Throughout the 'educated' world the idea of ancient alien intervention is pushing serious academics out of their ivory towers. Michael Tellinger is at the forefront, along with Zecharia Sitchin and Erich von Daniken, bringing us information that will eventually change the way we see ourselves and our place in the cosmos. If you think you knew about DNA manipulation, the Anunnaki, or their secret mission on Earth, you need to read this book and take the next step. This is truly an amazing book that has been well researched."


Were humans created by "God" as Slaves? Was Abraham the first human Spy? Was Jesus an accidental Messiah? The author takes readers on a remarkable odyssey of the true origins of humankind in which he: draws clear and startling analogies between new discoveries in genetic engineering and ancient archaeological finds...; highlights emerging scientific information overlooked in the past...; unravels the Bible's often obscure stories by linking these to their original forms in Sumerian clay tablets and other pre-historic writings..; provides explicit answers to why our modern world has become so senseless and chaotic by revealing the very secrets of our prehistory...While shattering myths about evolution and God, Michael Tellinger's "Slave Species of God" enables evolutionists and creationists to finally co-exist in one pond. The arguments are compelling, simple and refreshing, retracing the path of human evolution from the murky distant past to the religious dogma that haunts humankind today. The question of who we are and where we come from takes on a new meaning as we discover that our DNA may have been manipulated by our Creator some 200,000 years ago to produce a less intelligent 'primitive species'. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Taschenbuch .

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Amazing book 27. Dezember 2010
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Very interesting and well written book, easy to digest and presenting the arguments in a very convincing way. Highly recommended for the open-minded people who doubt the official story of where we come from. Money well spent.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Eine andere Sicht der Geschichte 20. November 2013
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Leider nur in englischer Sprache erhältlich, ermöglicht dieses interessante Buch die Geschichte der Menschheit und die biblischen Erzählungen - vor allem des alten Testamentes - in einem ganz anderen Licht zu sehen. Die Auslegung des Autors ist zwar nicht ganz neu und eine Variante der "Ancient Astronauts Theorie", sie stellt aber zum Teil neue Zusammenhänge vor. Ich habe schon schon Autoren wie Erich von Däninnen, Graham Hancock, Zacharias Stichen etc. gelesen. Wenn man von diesen fasziniert ist, dann wird man auch von diesem Buch in seinen Bann gezogen werden.
Ich finde die Vergleiche des Verhaltens der götter , bzw. gott in der Bibel, mit dem Verhalten des Menschen von heute sehr einleuchtend.
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I do like books which are against the mainstream and try to increase our brainwise still occupied capacity. As we all know Abert Einstein has used only 15 % of the maximum. Nowadays with new knowledge in the field of molecular biologie in epigenetics we are able to figgure out that we mainly have been all frauded and tricked. It is probably the goof of all time to think that ancient cultures must have been linked to something we do think which comes from higher above. A dremendous +, is the fact how the author starts to decipher the bible in a non scholasticism direction, which is still the way to look at the world in a scientific way today. Naturally the given capacity of brain intelligence is used direct at the spot. So why is humankinds capacity still retarded ??? This book is a perfect brain teaser which works against all odds. Anyhow once you do accept from the core of your deepest inside that you are a slave you can try the risk to dance in your chains. At this point you start to get a slight hint how much slavery is in and on this world. I AM IN THIS WORLD BUT NOT FROM IT.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Sollte in der Schule behandelt werden 18. Februar 2013
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Mir hat dieses Buch sehr gut gefallen. Die Beweise sind erdrückend, wann wird dieses Thema endlich an den Schulen behandelt?!
Dieses Buch beleuchtet sehr ausführlich die "Schaffung" des Menschen. Der Autor beruft sich dabei nicht nur auf Zecharia Sitchin, sondern ebenfalls andere stichhaltige Quellen. Populär geschrieben, nicht im nüchternen Wissenschaftsjargon.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A RARE AND TIMELY BOOK 6. November 2012
Von Robert Steven Thomas - Veröffentlicht auf
Erich von Daniken introduced the concept of "Ancient Aliens" to the world in 1970. He is the undisputed father of what has now become a subject of growing interest among millions throughout the educated world. Zechariah Sitchin added weighty evidence and credibility to von Daniken's theory in the early 70's through his interpretation of humanity's earliest written account of history, rediscovered in the buried, cuneiform, baked-clay libraries of the world's oldest civilization - the Sumerians. In the intervening years many sober-minded and gifted scientists, authors & researchers have added additional substance with facts and new evidence which contribute to the validity of the likelihood for the actual presence of an advanced, non-terrestrial civilization that colonized Earth in approximately 430,000 B.C. (perhaps earlier) and co-inhabited this planet with our distant Homo erectus ancestors. I read von Daniken's first book "Chariots of the Gods" as a young man in 1971, and Sitchin's "Twelth Planet" not long afterward. Since that time I have personally read and researched almost every book put into print on this and any related subject which could potentially confirm and establish the reality of our human legacy through the intervention of advanced beings from another part of the universe. While perhaps a hundred or more individuals, too numerous to list here, have made substantial contributions to the validity of the Ancient Astronaut Theory in the interim, through my exhaustive personal research I have only encountered a handful of writers and books during this time who have been able to synthesize all of the information and knowledge into a single, comprehensive, reasonably accurate retelling of mankind's true history of evolution over the last half-million years. Michael Tellinger and this book are one of the those very few. The list also includes: Paul Von Ward's "We've Never been Alone," Neil Freer's "God Games, Lana Cantrell's "The Greatest Story Never Told" and, I submit in all humility, my own book "Intelligent Intervention." I rated this book "Five Star" because of the author's cumulative research and ability to tie the many loose ends of human history into a coherent and acceptable replacement for the antiquated and worn-out myth that is presently being taught in our schools, churches, colleges and shamefully passed off as the story of human history. While Tellinger's book, along with mine and the three others I mentioned, are not going to be best-sellers any time soon (they are each too controversial at this stage of human knowledge and current acceptability) they will steadily gain credibility and acceptance with each new generation of the 21st Century and beyond. At the same time I encourage each of you that have an open mind, are reasonably well educated and interested in the true story of humanity on Earth to read this book and each of the other four I referenced in this review. Your understanding of history will be forever changed. One small, constructive criticism of Tellinger's book ... I find the title to be unfortunate and perhaps misleading. While slavery has been a very real component of the human story from our artificially created human genome to the present, from my own research I am not as convinced that the Gods (advanced beings) that are responsible for our current human condition were as sinister as this book describes them. Buy it. Read it. Read the others. Form your own conclusions. "When we stop learning we begin dying."
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Intriguing and Conceivably True, but Not Especially Well Written 6. Januar 2013
Von S. C. OBrien - Veröffentlicht auf
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First a summary: If you are interested in the possibility that extraterrestrials had a hand in our creation, and if you are open to the possibility that the gods of earth's religions might just be beings from other planets, then this book as is good as any to tie it all together in a hypothesis. Buy it, read it with an open mind, and ruminate on all the possibilities.

Details: I have read several books written by Zacharia Sitchen, and much of Michael Tellinger's book is based on Sitchen's work and theories. Sitchen's theory is that beings similar but superior to us came to Earth, performed genetic engineering on the primates that were here thereby creating a new species, and that species is us! I am fascinated by it all, but also aware that Sitchen has detractors who think his translation of ancient Sumerian texts recorded on clay tablets are incorrect. Assuming Sitchen's translations are even close, the characters are clearly trying to create a new species, trying to blend the characteristics of one with another, and their successes and failures are captured. Many historians dismiss these texts as myths because we "know" ancient man could never have accomplished this. (Never mind that the texts make clear it wasn't ancient "man" that was doing the experimentation!)

Here's where it gets interesting, and it gets controversial. An old established myth is not called a myth if it is supported by a major religion! Is it myth that Jesus rose from the dead, or a fact? You would be considered anti-Christian to call it a myth, but to an outsider it is a myth. And so it is with ancient "myths" in many cultures that describe gods on the earth, mating with humans and producing demi-gods, and so on. To today's scientists and historians, this is myth. But in the history of many cultures throughout the world you find these same "myths" over and over, which suggests they are rooted in a common truth of some kind.

If you enjoy explorations of this kind, this book is filled with them and you will likely enjoy it. The author attempts to tie together traditions and "myths" of religions throughout the world and demonstrate that the root of them all is actual history involving ET's from the planet Nibiru (about which Sitchen has written more than a dozen books). The author presents and associates scores of intriguing facts of history with "myths" that actually do a fair job of explaining this history. And along the way, non-speculative facts emerge, such as the first few books of Genesis being an abridged version of an earlier and much larger Sumerian text. I love this stuff, and loved this aspect of the book.

I will add that in my opinion, this unifying theory does a better job of explaining how we got here, why our various cultures believe what they do, why there are so many similar megalithic structures around the world (read Graham Hancock!!), and how civilization appeared as suddenly as it did, than anything our religions or orthodox history has to offer. It's fantastic, yet perfectly logical. So if for no other reason, if you are looking for one work that attempts to tie it all together and you can overlook exclamation and hyperbole, and can accept storytelling and speculation to fill in the gaps between the hard evidence, then you definitely want to read this!

So why only three stars? I found the presentation to be disjointed at times, especially in the first half of the book. The author repeatedly mentions what is coming up, even describing in detail what is coming later in the book, to the point where it seems that a reorganization of the material is in order so it unfolds in a more linear fashion. At times it felt quite repetitious. The later chapters seemed to flow much better to me. The last chapter, 100 pages or so, is a fascinating read that ties together all the groundwork of the preceding 444 pages into The Story of Humanity. The book might be worth the price just to read this chapter, which is a very engaging read.

I think the book might be too long, where a condensed and better organized presentation would make for an even more riveting read. In his defense, there is an immense amount of material here, and it is definitely a challenging task to clearly tell the story, substantiate the story, and not constantly interrupt the story as it goes along.

Second, there are no footnotes or references to points made as he goes along. While there is a suggested reading list at the end, the book is chock full of unsubstantiated claims, speculation and hyperbole- and that's OK. Because, let's face it- a book on a topic like this is going to be filed under "Speculation" in a bookstore, so that doesn't bother me. But he blends accepted fact, claimed fact and speculation interchangeably, such that you're confused as to what is bankable and what is the author's imagination. So this is not a scholarly book per se, or a provable history book, or one that historians would debate, for lack of documentation. What makes this disappointing is that it is full of rarely considered facts, and the authenticity of these facts gets lost in the context of the necessary speculation.

Third, there are more than the usual amount of editing errors, especially in the first half. It's almost as if one person edited the first half and someone else the second. 'Nuf said.

Fourth, the author can't help himself from inserting irrelevant modern-day political digs from time to time. Did you know that (George W.) Bush was a heinous killer in the same league as Hitler, Mao and Stalin? That US drone attacks are in the same league as a nuclear attack? I'm no fan of Bush or his Middle East wars of choice, but this is silly detraction from why the author wrote the book in the first place, and severely undercuts credibility the author may be building as the reader progresses.

Having said all of that, (you may have stopped reading by now), if the topic interests you, I would definitely read the book. If the groundwork-laying gets tedious, then skim. He really hits his stride in storytelling in the last chapter, where you get a much less-interrupted read of how all the pieces fit together. And that is FASCINATING and makes an incredible amount of sense!

Hint- Read the Old Testament, and every time you see "Lord God" or "God" or "YHWH," replace it with a ruler's name such as "King Marduk." Remove the religious overtone from the "almighty" and see the player as an earthly ruler. Tellinger refers to him as the vengeant god (which honors the Bible as written: "'Vengeance is mine!' sayeth the Lord"), and does a masterful job of showing the brutality of this vengeant god. This little exercise will COMPLETELY reframe how you will interpret what you may have been reading for years in the Old Testament.

So all in all- very much worth it- perhaps not great literature, but an enlightening theory and a great story!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Riveting, Interesting, but ... 18. April 2006
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I found this book to be an excellent summary of many other writings out there on this topic. If you want to read a single book on the subject rather than many, this is a good starting point. I began reading and, considering his lack of academic background, thought that it was well-researched. However, when I got to the topics of conversation that I am more well-versed, I noticed that Tellinger made sweeping generalizations that caused me to question the accuracy of previous chapters. A lot of his "research" is simply in quoting others that have speculated on these topics or even looking up a few websites. Don't get me wrong, I recommend the book - but do not simply accept everything in here as "the truth". Do more reading, do more reserach. Consider it a good starting point.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Cleverly crafted sensationalism for the gullible! 16. Juni 2011
Von William Beattie - Veröffentlicht auf
Years ago I tracked down all of Zecharia Sitchin's work and read until my heart was content. Like many people, I believed most of his theories without actually evaluating the Sumerian translations done by Oxford's Oriental Institute. I was shocked when I took a few weeks to read the texts exclusively with an analytical-eye. The idea that the Anunnaki created mankind to mine Gold is no where to be found in the Sumerian texts!? Out of the one-hundred and five times Gold is mentioned in the texts, only one time is Enki spoken of concerning the transportation of Gold (north bound) toward Egypt. Enki was traveling on a boat (up the Nile) and heading toward Enlil's regions that spanned from modern day Egypt to Iraq. Here is the only exclusive verse in all the texts that speak of transporting Gold.

Enki and the world order: c.1.1.3
"I will admire its green cedars. Let the lands of Meluha, Magan and Dilmun look upon me, upon Enki. Let the Dilmun boats be loaded (?) with timber. Let the Magan boats be loaded sky-high. Let the magilum boats of Melu'a transport gold and silver and bring them to Nibru for Enlil, king of all the lands."

All the other one-hundred and four quotes from the text speak of mundane every day usages of Gold for ornaments, jewelry, and earthly Temples. But wait! The reader shouts out demanding that the Gold was to be transported to NIBRU. Yes this is true. The word "Nibru" is mentioned 148 times in the Sumerian texts. The word means "the crossing point" as a noun, and can also be used as a verb to mean "going across." It is also used as an adjective in this verse:

Enki and Ninma': c.1.1.2
"Sixth, she fashioned one with neither pen!* nor vagi!* on its body. Enki looked at the one with neither pen!$ nor vagi$! on its body and gave it the name 'Nibru eunuch (?)', and decreed as its fate to stand before the king."

In this passage it clearly means "a cross human" or "eunuch." What does all this mean? Nibru is where we get the verb in Arabic (`abra) meaning "to cross" and also (`ebre) means "Hebrews." The Hebrews crossed the desert into the promise land from Egypt. This is interesting because the shrine of Nibru may have been "The Great Pyramid." It was not a planet as Sitchin suggests. There is no evidence in all the Sumerian texts to come to such mind boggling conclusions. Need more evidence? Read this verse from the texts:

Enlil in the E-kur (Enlil A): c.4.05.1
"Enlil, when you marked out the holy settlements, you also built Nibru, your own city. You (?) ...... the Ki-ur, the mountain, your pure place. You founded it in the Dur-an-ki, in the middle of the four quarters of the earth. Its soil is the life of the Land, and the life of all the foreign countries."

This book is filled with fanciful conjectures that don't mount up from a scholarly perspective. Has he even read the Sumerian Tablets? Many authors read Sitchin's books and start to quote them like the Gospel. Did you know that Sitchin's book "The Lost Book of Enki," was mere fiction. There is no tablet amongst all the existing ones found with this title. I could go on with more facts to disprove the theories that "Adam" was created by Enki and the Anunnaki; as stated by many quasi-researchers in this field. Check out the book, "Ancient Etymological Correlatives" for clearer facts on the Anunnaki and put this trash in the waste bin. Good day my friends!


William Beattie
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1.0 von 5 Sternen mind numbingly horrible 6. Oktober 2010
Von R. A. Uzor - Veröffentlicht auf
Where do I start? There are so many things wrong with this book that I am currenty forcing my way through it, often skipping more than 60% of each chapter.

There are so many things wrong with this book that I will only list a few of the most obvious:

1) These ideas are unoriginal. Zecharia Sitchin pioneered ancient astronaut theory and remains the most educated scholar in this field as he is fluent in semite, sumerian, hittite, akkadian and other ancient languages required to understand and decipher these scriptures meaningfully and still my favorite scholar in this field. Tellinger did nothing but cite passages through sitchin's earth chronical series.

2) After citing Sitchin's work in mainly one paragraph(and some of laurence gardner) Tellinger begins to fill the remainder of the chapter(some 20+ pages) with his personal, irrelevant ramblings and beliefs instead of facts or evidence, which causes the reader/audience to completely lose interest, retention and even the desire to continue on with the chapter or any after.

3) Ego. The nonsense preaching of his personal and religious beliefs instead of presenting the recent facts or evidence that would equip the reader/audience to defend themselves against outdated myths accepted by academia.

4) This book is more of an autobiography than a anthropological history lesson. Tellinger insists on reminding the reader/audience of his childhood in south africa and it's splendors, attractions, and recreations. He constantly rambles into his upbringing, and his quality of life and other others during his days of south africa along with everything else that has absolutely nothing to do with the title of the book.

If you are looking for a good read in ancient origins, I would defintely suggest the earth chronicles by Zecharia Sitchen. Sitchin gets straight to the point and has over sixty years of research behind him.

I advise you save your money and invest it in a more serious source instead of this garbage.
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