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The Wars of Gods and Men

Earth Chronicles Series, Book 3
Narrated by: Stephen Bel Davies
Series: Earth Chronicles, Book 3
Length: 12 hrs and 54 mins
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Thousands of years ago, the Earth was a battlefield. These were the wars that would shape man's destiny - terrible conflicts that began lifetimes earlier on another planet. Parting the mists of time and myth, the internationally renowned scholar Zecharia Sitchin takes us back in this volume to the violent beginnings of the human story, when gods - not men - ruled the Earth. In a spellbinding reconstruction of epic events preserved in legends and ancient writings, he traces the conflicts that began on another world, continued on Earth, and culminated in the use of nuclear weapons - an event recorded in the Bible as the upheaval of Sodom and Gomorrah.

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

©2002 Zecharia Sitchin (P)2018 Tantor

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Great Reading of Sitchin

This is a great reading of the third book in the Earth Chronicles series. The narrator is great, with a clear voice and good tempo. The bonus PDF with illustrations from the book is a nice touch.

This is a great value!

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interresting, a great listen

Its easy to lose yourself thinking that the story is madeup, although it is history and if all that is mentioned has a smidgen of thruth imagine the consequences and the future of mankind!

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lots of information to unpack

This book by Zachariah Sitchin was well-researched, excellently written, and perfectly narrated. I highly recommend it.

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dive in

once again mr sitchen has bridge gaps amongst our history and brought to light wonderful theories, with compelling evidence to support it. well worth the read.

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interesting well read well written

Zachariah stitching explains so many so many of the colleges in the world are so silly

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Very very interesting

This is a very very interesting piece of writing. that should be taught in school's.

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  • Attila
  • 08-05-19

Good continuation of Enlil and Enki's story.

A lot of ideas from the first two books find there way here but we do get some nice new details not in the previous two books. I particularly liked the description of the radioactive winds that blow across Sumer and the Annunaki telling everyone to run for their lives before they dart off leaving the humans to their fate. The Annunaki appear very human here and for me that detail alone was worth the purchase.