The End of Days: Armageddon and Prophecies of the Return by Zecharia Sitchin

The End of Days: Armageddon and Prophecies of the Return

byZecharia Sitchin

Kobo ebook | October 13, 2009

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Why is it that our current twenty-first century A.D. is so similar to the twenty-first century B.C.?
Is history destined to repeat itself?Will biblical prophecies come true, and if so, when?

It has been more than three decades since Zecharia Sitchin's trailblazing book The 12th Planet brought to life the Sumerian civilization and its record of the Anunnaki—the extraterrestrials who fashioned man and gave mankind civilization and religion. In this new volume, Sitchin shows that the End is anchored in the events of the Beginning, and once you learn of this Beginning, it is possible to foretell the Future.

In The End of Days, a masterwork that required thirty years of additional research, Sitchin presents compelling new evidence that the Past is the Future—that mankind and its planet Earth are subject to a predetermined cyclical Celestial Time.

In an age when religious fanaticism and a clash of civilizations raise the specter of a nuclear Armageddon, Zecharia Sitchin shatters perceptions and uses history to reveal what is to come at The End of Days.

Title:The End of Days: Armageddon and Prophecies of the ReturnFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:October 13, 2009Publisher:HarperCollins E-BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0061842486

ISBN - 13:9780061842481


Rated 2 out of 5 by from Whack-O Only the final chapter purports to deal directly with the book's title. The previous 15 amount to a pot into which every archeological fact Professor Sitchin ever thought he knew - is thrown (and there are many). Confusion arises from the intermingling of legitimate archeological fact-finding, and fantasmagorical circumstantial inferential flights-of-fancy. Nor does Sitchin's fine sleuthing into what the ancients believed (- including independent groups of ancients), render those beliefs "factually" true. As much as Sitchin insists that his conclusions are inescapable, a further conclusion is equally inescapable. While it is less than kind to treat the recently deceased so, he is truly nuts - unless of course the rocket from Niburu (the 12th. planet) DOES return next year (2012) or any of the other years hypothesized thereafter.... in which case, I take it all back.
Date published: 2011-02-20