First off, if you believe in the Hebrew text, in the word of God, as fact and believe that the ancient humans, who "haven't yet even created the wheel," could never in a million years build the pyramids, then this is the book for you.
If you honestly believe in such things you may enjoy what Patrick Heron has to say. He points to the Hebrew text over and over again to exemplify what he is saying. If you know your bible and want to know an interesting theory on those that really built the Pyramids, and other ancient monuments, when you truly believe they could never have been made by human kind, you might enjoy this and find it insightful.
On the other hand, if you do not, you might not want to waste a credit on this. When I can buy a book worth (+)$20 on audible for the same credit I would go for the (+)$20 book that has some actual fact to back it up, or for a piece of fiction that doesn’t try to portray itself as fact. Granted, if you have $5 to spend and want to laugh at a theory that is only backed up by the scripture and untrue history, it might almost be worth it.
Patrick Heron uses a plethora of scripture to back up what he has to say. Based on no real historic fact, superstition and speculation runs rampant within this book. He points out “facts” such as, angels coming down to have relations with human women which created giants, whom were ultimately all killed off, starting with the slain of Goliath by David.
If you can see this as fact, then you will love the rest of his “facts” as they only get more detailed and more brazen from there. He jumps from one speculation to another, with no real methodology at first. One moment he is talking about the flood, the next he is talking about Adam and Eve. I have not yet reached the end of this interesting tale, but I sure can’t wait for it. It has already been strongly suggested that he believes to some degree that God, or some supernatural entity, has made the pyramids and other “unexplainable” monuments for a greater purpose. I can’t wait to hear the conclusion.
Overall, unless you feel scripture and speculation is historic fact, then the only thing this book is good for is a good laugh. Honestly, as a sane human being all you can do is laugh, for if you think that some people might actually believe what Patrick Heron is saying, you may just cry.
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.
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.
Very far fetched conclusions are made in this book what undermine the believe value furthermore the narrator repeats the books conclusion over & over again whats makes it sometimes very boring.
For people that like this subject this book could it be interesting but you have to read this book with a filter and pick what is interesting to you.
Even that I am critical about the book I found it interesting.
I don't know if its the choices I make (maybe because I am trying the least costly priced books) or what but in all honesty until now I have not found this book or for that matter any of the books I've picked to be to my liking. I'm not saying it's anybody's fault but mine. As I said, maybe because I am picking the least expensive of the books on topics that interest me I am finding them as well the least interesting. But then again, what if I paid more for other books in hopes that they turn out to be more interesting or better and still they are just as boring then I would be doubly upset I guess.
No, I doubted very much!
His accent (don't know exactly if Irish, Scottish or Australian? Sometimes I couldn't even understand what he was saying and monotonous tone.
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.