posted on May, 2 2008 @ 01:46 PM
it's not a link, it's a series of books by a Russian jew, who as a child was raised religiously. in genesis, he was stuck on the idea of the word
nephillim, and didn't accept the rabbinical explanation as to what it meant. later in his life he rebelled from Judaism and turned to his passion,
archeology. he studied the archives of archaeological finds, learned the languages of the ancients and began to translate new/old tablets from ancient
civilizations like Mesopotamia, Babylon, Greece, Egyptian, and primarily Sumerian. What he found and learned he applied back to his religious
background and saw that the two correlate.
Read his books, they're a great read. very interesting. some of the things he talks about are a little presumptuous based off ancient images, etc.,
but all in all, he's a great scholar, and good writer. if you're a skeptic, which i was more of before i read his series, then it's a great read,
even as a 'sci fi' book. that doesn't mean it is, but it's all very intriguing, well built, and fortified evidence that he presents.
Go to your local library, you could find the books there, or maybe do a search online, and find scans or summaries. i know the wiki about him is very