posted on Dec, 27 2008 @ 01:49 PM
Reading the book, and comparing it to The Terra Papers, I conclude that while much of the information offered in this book is valid, much has been
either misinterpreted (i.e., "Nibiru" being a planet, perhaps). It would seem that little was fabricated fully out of whole cloth.
But a great deal meshed very well with what the Papers say. I, for one, believe that the Papers are the closest version we have to the truth of our
history. The fact that much of what was found in Sumer gives support to the Papers (and in many cases, might reflect a lack of the complete story on
the part of the writer).
I also felt a keen desire to edit the piece, finding possessive apostrophes used for plurals (and vice versa), missing words, awkward phraseology and
so on, but though there was a lot of all that, it takes nothing away from the gist of the content:
We were genmod created by "aliens" - though not so alien since their DNA was a part of what we are. We have had the history of our genesis hidden
so as to keep us under control. And so on.
Thanks, OP, for leading us to this work. It was well worth the read, filling in gaps in my knowledge that I wanted to see filled.