Narrator(also the author) is bad-@$$... he really knows his material and believes in his opinions. AS DO I
Full of conjecture but entertaining until the end. Would definitely recommend it to anyone interested in pyramids.
if I needed a religious lecture I would have gone to church part of this book is interesting but the other part is just explanation of the Bible it's not as advertised
Well delivered information.
First of this type of book I have ever read.
Tons of interesting information on the subject with an appropriate amount of personal beliefs and points of view to suit the material.
I truly enjoyed the read. The author did not preview his information as the gospel but rather as a strong opinion. I appreciate that about the author.
Yes I would. The information is complete and lengthy and requires more than one sitting.
The subject matter is what makes this book fascinating. The fact that we live in the world that we do, with so many questions left unanswered means we have work to do in reasearch to build a paradyme that works in a theological framework as a secular foundation is logically impossible and not reasonable. For those who are the elect, this answers many questions and is timely information as we are now at the door of the Lords return.
The Nephilim are characters in the book of Genesis that seemed to be a minor factor in the story of man, but according to Mr. Heron, these play a major role in the activity of mankind and the end times.
The link of the Pyramids to the Nephilim.
For those who have not heard of the Nephilim or very little, this book will change the way you view the world, what is happening, give a description of the workings of God, Angels and how we relate with each other, communicate and co exist. For myself, I am reading the book and listening to it at the same time. I also recommend His other books. His voice is very pleasing on the audio. Excellent work.
I imagined that it would have been a thoughtful examination on the mystery of the Nephilim... nope. Patrick Heron's rambling theories about The Nephilim, the Pyramids, and the Christian account of The Apocalypse is a sorry mishmash of informational cherry-picking. The saving grace for this audio book was that Heron read it himself. His thick Irish accent makes each an every sentence a delight... even when whatever he's talking about is utter regurgitated nonsense.
Not written it.
The way his brogue would make he simplest words sound complex.
Narration was terrible and spoke very little about the pyramid or the nephilim.
I'm Christian and I love the bible but this book was a poorly preached sermon.
Almost anyone would be better than him.
It started off kind of interesting but went downhill fast.
Full of scriptural errors and logical fallacy.
This book clarified and explained things I heard as a child and young adult. I couldn't stop listening. I loved the narration because it was in a tone that made the book easy to listen to.