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Slave Species of God: The Story of Humankind from the Cradle of Humankind
Slave Species of God: The Story of Humankind from the Cradle of Humankind
by Michael Tellinger
Edition: Paperback

14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars It makes sense., 8 Aug 2010
It depends on your background as to how you receive the information in this book. The title may well freeze off any traditionalists right away. Although the core message does not contain so many ground-breaking concepts to those who have been mining this seam already, (OK, pun intended to those that have read the book), it does consolidate and clarify a myriad of current theories. It embraces many aspects of history, religion, mythology, archeology, biology and notably the Sumerian cuniform texts to calibrate our origins genetically, spiritually and chronologically.
For anyone with an enquiring mind I would recommend this book as a companion to Bruce Lipton's "Spontaneous Evolution". Where he takes similar themes and focuses it forward to our destiny, Michael Tellinger takes them and focuses squarely on our origins. It reveals and explains a lot. It is particularly apposite to our current predicaments.
It's an easy read too, the style is direct and transparently human. I think you ought to read it.


Spontaneous Evolution: Our Positive Future and a Way to Get There from Here
Spontaneous Evolution: Our Positive Future and a Way to Get There from Here
by Bruce Lipton
Edition: Hardcover
Price: £16.06

93 of 98 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Read this book everyone - please, 14 Dec 2009
The title "Spontaneous Evolution" might mislead one into imagining this to be another New Age book on how to kick start you life or even how to prepare for waking up as a five legged amphibian on 22 December 2012. But no.
This is such a relevant text for our times. It is easy to read. It is erudite and researched yet never patronizing. Drawing seamlessly from religions, physics (quantum and Newtonian), biology, genetics, politics, history, economics, etymology, philosophy, spiritualism, and present day situations it clearly pinpoints the critical state of global play today. If you are wondering why everything seems to be going to hell in a handcart just now, this clarifies matters.
This is not an instruction manual although it can be considered an invaluable companion for the current years. It gives clear conclusions and suggestions to help evolve more understanding of our existence; in doing this it leaves the reader to question further - and boy, do we need to ask some questions! The common sense and optimism of the book is similar to being in the company of one of those lovely people we meet sometimes who just make us feel better for having been talking with them.
Hard scientific facts entwine with ancient wisdoms and even history blends with biology as if to reinforce a central theme - everything is connected. The writing is delightfully leavened with dry humour, two of my favourite subheadings being: "The bad news is, there is no key to the Universe. The good news is, it has been left unlocked", and "The truth shall upset you free."
What this book is telling us, we all need to know.


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