Hunt for the Skinwalker: Science Confronts the Unexplained at a Remote Ranch in Utah
by Colm A. Kelleher, PH.D., and George Knapp
The Paranormal Conspiracy: The Truth About Ghosts, Aliens and Mysterious Beings
by Timothy Dailey, PH.D.
In-process / On the backburner: Noah’s Ark and the Genesis 10 Patriarchs
by Ross Marshall
Species With Amnesia: Our Forgotten History
by Robert Sepehr
This was certainly an interesting read. Rather than go along with the “out of Africa” theory of human history, Mr. Sepehr instead chooses the out of Atlantis theory.
Now, this may seem ridiculous, but he reveals that there is a lot of evidence of high culture spreading out from a central source: Atlantis. Toward the end of the book, the word “Aryan” is thrown around a lot, which makes me wary of white supremacy themes, but the author seems to use caution.
The main evidences he cites are the numerous cases of blonde haired Nordic looking, or Cro-Magnon, mummies found in all corners of the world.
The writing will keep your interest, but it can lack a clear direction at times.
While I don’t believe in the Atlantis of the movies, I do think this book had some valuable information that confirms my suspicion that Atlantis is in fact the antediluvian world run by the Fallen Angels of Genesis 6. The Poseidon of Atlantis is likely the Watcher Semjaza, who was the leader of the Fallen Angels. Even though Noah was righteous, he still was a member of the advanced society before the Flood, which would explain why Cro Magnon man (Noah and family) suddenly sprang into existence with seeming high culture but with limited resources.
IN-PROCESSS / REFERENCE: The Apocrypha: Including Books from the Ethiopic Bible
compiled by Joseph Lumpkin
A staple for anyone researching the strange history of Genesis. Some of the popular books here are The Book of Enoch and The Book of Jubilees. They provide a lot more historical detail about the world before the flood than does Genesis. A good reference for history, but maybe take it with a grain of salt for the doctrine.
One of my only complaints is that the pages don’t say the book in which you are reading. It would be nice to know when flipping through the pages. I’ve resorted to just putting some colored tabs at the beginning of each book. That way, I can easily see the divisions of books.
The only other minor complaint is that the verses are labeled in square brackets [#]. It just looks clunky. But at 30 bucks or so, this is probably a pretty good price for the amount of content. It’s around 730 pages.
The Two Babylons
by Alexander Hislop
This is a staple in the study of the Nimrod cult. The Catholics won’t like this book too much though. The basic claim is that every pagan religion’s poison roots go back to Nimrod and the Tower of Babel. The Catholic church comes into play as the full restoration of the exoteric doctrines of the Babylonian Mystery Religion with the Pope standing as the “Beast”, or Satan’s earthly emissary. The book makes some convincing claims concerning the adoption of pagan rituals and symbols in the Christian and/or Catholic church through the centuries.
It should be understood that this book was written over 100 years ago, and those were different times. I picked up the book to learn about the Nimrod-pagan connection, and there is lots of valuable evidence linking the pagan religions to the Chaldean Mysteries, but most of the evidence is through similarities in stories, rituals, and through etymology (some might find the etymology somewhat “folk” in nature).
I would say it is worth the read if you’re interested in the history of the human race… Modern psychologists will make alternate claims about the origins of religion and God in the world, but reading this book has helped me see that there are only really two religions: that of God, and that of the Devil. The fact that all of paganism can be traced back to Babylon is evidence that the concept of God didn’t “evolve” as an abstraction of ultimate competance and leadership, but rather that there has only been one God, and man will either follow Him or apostatize from him. Make your choice.