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Publisher's Summary

Since earliest times, human beings have pondered the incomprehensible questions of the universe, life...and the afterlife. Where did mortal man go to join the immortal Gods? Was the immense and complex structure at Giza an Egyptian Pharaoh's portal to immortality? Or a pulsating beacon built by extraterrestrials for landing on Earth?

In this second volume of his trailblazing series The Earth Chronicles, Zecharia Sitchin unveils secrets of the pyramids and hidden clues from ancient times to reveal a grand forgery on which established Egyptology is founded, and takes the listener to the Spaceport and Landing Place of the Anunnaki gods - "Those Who from Heaven to Earth Came".

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio.

©1992 Zecharia Sitchin (P)2018 Tantor

Critic Reviews

“A dazzling performance...Sitchin is a zealous investigator.” (Kirkus)

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A very interesting lost part of our history.

A very interesting lost part of our history that should, must be taught in school's.

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Just when you thought you knew history

Narration was amazing annunciation of all the different names with spot-on. Thoroughly enjoy Sitchin's work.

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another interesting and fascinating interpretation

another interesting and fascinating interpretation of our ancient past backed and supported with compelling facts and evidence.

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interesting historical view

Interesting hypothesis on ancient history. great facts on actual archaeology instead of the establishment interpretations.... plausible if unusual interpretation of the facts.

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Mostly boring.

What would have made The Stairway to Heaven better?

Talk more about how the facts presented relate to the history of humans on earth.

Has The Stairway to Heaven turned you off from other books in this genre?

No

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

Several sections of the book were very interesting if you can endure the hours of facts that he kept spewing out that didn't really relate to the whole story line.

Any additional comments?

This book is barely related to its title. I thought this book series was going to be informative and descriptive on how humans were created, but it's mostly spewing out tons and tons of information on sometimes uninteresting facts about Egypt. I'm not sure if I'll buy the remaining books in this series.

If you want interesting facts and information, read the Law of One book series.

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Excellent Book and Good performance of the narrato

As Always Sitchins work is impressive and intriguing, translating and connecting the dots the way he does is inspiring and mindblowing. Its a must listen to this One and Dont forget to get the bonus PDF its awesome.

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how do you exchange this book? it's close but it's not what I'm looking for.

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Again with narrator goofy pronunciation

Sitchin has YouTube presentations where his pronunciation of the word "Anunnaki" is recorded. This narrator chooses to use a non-Sitchin pronunciation and his producer did not affect change. So sad. Sitchin's book is good. The affectation of the narrator a a huge detraction.

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