THE SUMERIAN CONTROVERSY A SPECIAL REPORT THE ELITE POWER STRUCTURE BEHIND THE LATEST DISCOVERY NEAR UR MYSTERIES IN MESOPOTAMIA VOLUME 1

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The Sumerian Controversy

Author : Heather Lynn
ISBN : 9781484836859
Genre : Social Science
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There are new excavations under way in ancient Mesopotamia (modern day Iraq). Join writer, researcher, and archaeologist, Dr. Heather Lynn, as she investigates who is behind the latest Sumerian discovery near the ancient city of Ur. What is its connection to big oil, bankers, and elite families? Among many of the new artifacts, one stands out that has been quickly shipped off for analysis. It speaks of royal bloodlines...This report is the first part of a series of briefings designed to keep the public informed on this unfolding story. It will leave you with more questions, than answers, with the goal that you become engaged in the process of investigation.If we work together, the truth can be brought to light.Any profits from the sale of this publication go directly to support the Society for Truth in Archaeological Research (STAR).*****Update*****You answered the call! Thanks to the collaborative work of the readers, information and leads have poured in, leading to a number of breaks in the story. The follow-up to The Sumerian Controversy has been announced as a full, 225 page book with more discoveries, more answers, and more intrigue. The new book, Land of the Watchers (ISBN-13: 978-1489598028), presents an unbiased look at the theories and beliefs of today's leading experts and blows the lid off the accepted historical narrative. Look for it this May!
Category: Social Science

Land Of The Watchers

Author : Heather Lynn, Ph.D.
ISBN : 1489598022
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Ancient aliens, royal bloodlines, suppressed technology, one-world government; these are just a few of the many theories that have been proposed to explain the mysteries behind Sumerian archaeological excavations. In her bestselling report, The Sumerian Controversy, Heather Lynn lifted the veil to expose the elite power structure behind the latest discovery near the ancient city of Ur. In this full-length follow-up book, she gives updates on the excavations, and pushes the boundaries of the accepted narrative to expose a hidden history, and the measures some will take to keep it secret. Land of the Watchers is a stylized first-person narrative of one archaeologist's look into archaeological excavations funded by oligarchs and aristocracy, through interviews and whistleblower testimony. She learns that the motivation behind research into Sumerian artifacts and temple sites is to establish a link between the ancient kings of Mesopotamia and the ruling class of today. This link, if found, would give the mega wealthy what has been known in history as the Divine Right of Kings; the right to rule over the entire world's population. There is only one caveat; this doctrine can only be enforced if a relic, known as the Tablet of Destinies, is found and its fragments pieced together. Armed with this knowledge, Heather goes in search of what is being planned for mankind at the hands of the super-elite, following the hidden history of the bloodlines of the Sumerian King list from biblical days, through Classical Antiquity, and into today's high tech geopolitical landscape. Is there an ancient genealogical link between the ruling class, wealthy global elites, and the Sumerian kings? Is this genetic link of earthly origin? What does this mean for mankind, and who are the Watchers?
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Anthrotheology

Author : Heather Lynn
ISBN : 1478180668
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There is ancient knowledge so powerful, it has been hidden, distorted, and used to enslave humanity for thousands of years. Using an interdisciplinary approach to archaeology, combined with personal life experiences and metaphysical insight, author, historian, and archaeologist, Heather Lynn, presents questions and theories about the origin of human consciousness, God, and the power structures that have come to dominate our world. Amid modern science, occult wisdom, metaphysics, and mythology, what do we really know about consciousness? What do we really know about ourselves? Anthrotheology is an empowering and thought provoking book that will change the way you look at the world and yourself.
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Anunnaki Awakening

Author : Ray Davis
ISBN : 0692761551
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For millennia, humanity has wondered, "Who are we and where did we come from?" Religions tell us we are flawed, limited, even evil. They promise reward or retribution for believing the right things about the right God and keeping our faces down and our knees bowed. Billions unquestioningly obey. Science skeptically scoffs at these old myths. It has reduced the entire universe - and humanity along with it - to a mathematical and mechanistic accident. Billions consider themselves too smart, too educated to believe in crazy old myths or to see any reality beyond the natural world. Are either of these explanations satisfying or complete? Are we just atoms bumping into other atoms or souls to be saved by the decree of ancient Gods? White House correspondent Maria Love had never considered such questions. Suddenly and unexpectedly, she finds herself thrown into a world where everything we've been told turns out to be wrong. Now, with the help of a member of the Anunnaki elite, she tries to reveal history's greatest deception as the fate of Earth and Nibiru hangs in the balance.
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Bloodline Of The Gods

Author : Nick Redfern
ISBN : 9781601633873
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Are significant numbers of humanity the product of an ancient and advanced alien civilization? Have we, across the millennia, been periodically modified and refined as a species? In short, has our genetic make-up been manipulated by otherworldly beings that view human civilization as one big lab experiment? These are controversial and thought-provoking questions. They are also questions that demand answers, answers that may very well be found by examining those people whose blood type is Rh negative. The vast majority of humankind—85 to 90 percent—is Rh positive, which means a person’s red blood cells contain an antigen directly connected to the Rhesus monkey. This antigen is known as the Rh factor. Each and every primate on the planet has this antigen, except for one: the remaining 10 to 15 percent of humans. If the theory of evolution is valid—that each and every one of us is descended from ancient primates—shouldn’t we all be Rh positive? Yes, we should. But we’re not. The Negatives are unlike the rest of us. They are different. They are the unique individuals whose bloodline may have nothing less than extraterrestrial origins.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

History Of Humanity From The Third Millennium To The Seventh Century B C

Author : Sigfried J. de Laet
ISBN : 9231028111
Genre : Civilization
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The second volume covers the first two and a half thousand years of recorded history, from the start of the Bronze Age 5,000 years ago to the beginnings of the Iron Age. Written by a team of over sixty specialists, this volume includes a comprehensive bibliography and a detailed index.
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Myths Of The Archaic State

Author : Norman Yoffee
ISBN : 0521521564
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Classical archaeology promotes the view that a state's evolution reflects general, universal forces. Norman Yoffee challenges the model in this book by presenting more complex and multi-linear models for the evolution of civilizations. Yoffee questions the definition of the prehistoric state, particularly that which heralds "the chiefdom" as the forerunner of the ancient state and explores case studies on the role of women in ancient societies.
Category: Literary Criticism

Goddesses In Context

Author : Julia M. Asher-Greve
ISBN : 3525543824
Genre : History
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The authors examine from different perspectives some of the most challenging themes in Mesopotamian religion such as gender switch of deities and changes of the status, roles and functions of goddesses. Julia M. Asher-Greve and Goodnick Westenholz incorporate recent scholarship from various disciplines into their analysis of textual and visual sources, representations in diverse media, theological strategies, typologies, and the place of image in religion and cult over a span of three millennia. Different types of syncretism (fusion, fission, mutation) resulted in transformation and homogenization of goddesses' roles and functions. The processes of syncretism (a useful heuristic tool for studying the evolution of religions and the attendant political and social changes) and gender switch were facilitated by the fluidity of personality due to multiple or similar divine roles and functions. Few goddesses kept their identity throughout the millennia. Individuality is rare in the iconography of goddesses while visual emphasis is on repetition of generic divine figures (hieros typos) in order to retain recognizability of divinity, where femininity is of secondary significance. This richly illustrated book demonstrates that goddesses were never marginalized or extrinsic and that their continuous presence in texts, cult images, rituals, and worship throughout Mesopotamian history is testimony to their powerful numinous impact. This richly illustrated book is the first in-depth analysis of goddesses and the changes they underwent from the earliest visual and textual evidence around 3000 BCE to the end of ancient Mesopotamian civilization in the Seleucid period. Goddesses in Context is a compelling contribution to Mesopotamian religion and history as well as to history, art history, history of religion and gender studies.
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Guns Germs And Steel The Fates Of Human Societies

Author : Jared Diamond
ISBN : 9780393609295
Genre : History
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"Fascinating.... Lays a foundation for understanding human history."—Bill Gates In this "artful, informative, and delightful" (William H. McNeill, New York Review of Books) book, Jared Diamond convincingly argues that geographical and environmental factors shaped the modern world. Societies that had had a head start in food production advanced beyond the hunter-gatherer stage, and then developed religion --as well as nasty germs and potent weapons of war --and adventured on sea and land to conquer and decimate preliterate cultures. A major advance in our understanding of human societies, Guns, Germs, and Steel chronicles the way that the modern world came to be and stunningly dismantles racially based theories of human history. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, the Phi Beta Kappa Award in Science, the Rhone-Poulenc Prize, and the Commonwealth club of California's Gold Medal.
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Capital As Power

Author : Jonathan Nitzan
ISBN : 9781134022298
Genre : Political Science
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Conventional theories of capitalism are mired in a deep crisis: after centuries of debate, they are still unable to tell us what capital is. Liberals and Marxists both think of capital as an ‘economic’ entity that they count in universal units of ‘utils’ or ‘abstract labour’, respectively. But these units are totally fictitious. Nobody has ever been able to observe or measure them, and for a good reason: they don’t exist. Since liberalism and Marxism depend on these non-existing units, their theories hang in suspension. They cannot explain the process that matters most – the accumulation of capital. This book offers a radical alternative. According to the authors, capital is not a narrow economic entity, but a symbolic quantification of power. It has little to do with utility or abstract labour, and it extends far beyond machines and production lines. Capital, the authors claim, represents the organized power of dominant capital groups to reshape – or creorder – their society. Written in simple language, accessible to lay readers and experts alike, the book develops a novel political economy. It takes the reader through the history, assumptions and limitations of mainstream economics and its associated theories of politics. It examines the evolution of Marxist thinking on accumulation and the state. And it articulates an innovative theory of ‘capital as power’ and a new history of the ‘capitalist mode of power’.
Category: Political Science