• Immortality of the Gods

  • Legends, Mysteries, and the Alien Connection to Eternal Life
  • By: Nick Redfern
  • Narrated by: Paul Michael Garcia
  • Length: 7 hrs and 13 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (668 ratings)

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By: Nick Redfern
Narrated by: Paul Michael Garcia
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Each of us are alive for a very limited time. Or are we?

What if we could live not just for a century, but for millennia? What if there were a way for us to never die? Is such a thing even remotely possible?

It may not only be feasible; it may very well have been achieved in the distant past. Ancient aliens may well have uncovered the secrets behind slowing, and ultimately completely stopping, the aging process.

History is filled with accounts of fantastic beings, powerful gods, and half-human/half-alien entities that had extraordinarily long life-spans. Many such stories are now largely dismissed as nothing more than the stuff of legend, folklore, and mythology. But what if the accounts are all too real?

Highlights of Immortality of the Gods include the story of the legendary Anunnaki, how they achieved everlasting life, and why they shared their secrets with Noah, Methuselah, and other biblical figures; the saga of Gilgamesh, a long-lived part-human, part-extraterrestrial Sumerian ruler who was obsessed with immortality; and a study of the claims that one of the reasons for the 2003 invasion of Iraq was to uncover the millennia-old secrets of white powder gold, a manna-like substance that supposedly rejuvenates cells and tissue.

©2016 Nick Redfern (P)2016 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Great fun and very well read.

If you enjoy alternative history or ancient alien theories, you will probably enjoy this book.

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luck of the draw!

I'm not quite sure how I came across this book and even more so why it was a free download. I loved it. Very informative and right up my alley. History lesson like you've never heard it before. Really like the readers voice too. A+

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great listen

gave a human factor this book answered some questions I had about some strange experiences that happened to me in my teens and in my experiences overseas during war.

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  • 11-06-20

Sparking interest indeed!

Great book. However, my knowledge of the Anunakki storyline gives different names for I our true creator as Enki. This author seems promotes Enlil which is inaccurate to many written and verbal accounts.

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RIBBIT

He kept saying IBBIT where a citation should be. I am nascent to the world of citations and should not be assumed to understand what that means!!! By the end of the book, I was convinced that the narrator was in fact a frog human hybrid RIBBIT.

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Nick Redfern is one of the greats

As always Nick Redfern delivers with great research and writing. Very interesting and thought provoking info.

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You're really confused.

Y'all keep assuming that the anunnaki and the nibiru are the same they are not! Do different research read alien interview edited by Lawrence r Spencer written by Matilda McElroy! Read it a few times let it sink in and forget everything you know or you think you know before you read it.

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interesting

thought provoking well researched and referenced book! will definitely read again i could not stop

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A Good Place to Start

A very well put together introduction to some of the biggest questions of our times.

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Enjoyed this thoroughly!

I love exploring new ideas and concepts without having to be a dogmatic truth, he presents this information as possible theories and opens all kinds of new doors of consideration.

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  • Arnold Terry
  • 08-23-21

Must read.. deep thoughts

thought inspiring book. 100% would recommend.
It will lead you down the rabbit hole

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  • colin adams
  • 08-19-21

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fantastic for a free listen top info too 🙂 not sure you'd want to live for ever on this plain of existence maybe in the future humans will be smaller so we don't depleate the the resources ! maybe as small as an ant ,🧐.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 05-22-22

Excellent

Wonderful ideas, woven together offering intriguing possibilities about the past and the future. Insightful

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  • Keith Lovatt
  • 02-10-22

Terrible narrator badly researched story

So many holes in the story you could see through it and the narrator was terrible. Couldn’t control his breathing and mis pronounced commonly known words

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  • Jakes mum
  • 11-17-21

Some interesting points

A good view of the subject from all sides, particularly with respect to current human science.

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  • Mandy H.
  • 08-26-21

Brilliant

Absolutely fascinating book which discusses the link between ancient cultures and the search for immortality. In particular, there is some very interesting information on The Annunaki. Excellent book. Thoroughly enjoyed.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 09-18-21

widely incorrect.

The authors attempt to substitute God for Aliens in spacecraft through the language of supposition, is wildly fanciful and demonstrats a true lack of knowledge of biblical understanding and strips the Bible of its Central and foundational Theme.
The Sumerian Apkallu / Anunnuki were never Yahweh God. The author presents an impossible stretch to make here. They are the Watchers of Genesis 6 also recorded in 1st Enoch. They were a group of Fallen angels... not Little Green Men from outer space. To understand this subject better, I refer you to Hebrew Scholar Michael Heiser's book "Supernatural" or "The Unseen Realm*

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  • Chris
  • 10-10-21

Pure speculation

The author covered some interesting topics but it was all speculation with no credible sources referenced.