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  • Paperback: 504 pages
  • Publisher: iUniverse (27 Jan. 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 059521293X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0595212934
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 3.2 x 22.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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I was so captivated by the story that I couldn’t put it down. It made the Bible come alive! -- Paulette Richardson, aol.com

Original, enlightening, provocative... a captivating tale! Rigsby's interpretation is both timeless and timely. -- The Small Press Book Review

Possibly, the next C.S. Lewis! I cried, I laughed, I got scared... it was so real. Truly the big picture. -- Ken Graham; Napa, California

Readers disturbed by the events and directions of today’s world can look to this book for understanding, solace, and hope. -- Henry Berry, Literary Agent

Rigsby kept my interest and attention throughout. His writing style is clear, clever, and creative. He has an inimitable imagination. -- Writer's Showcase Manuscript Acceptance Review, iUniverse

From the Author

Hollywood screenwriter solves mysteries of our origins?

HOLLYWOOD, CA / April 1 / PRNewswire / -- Were we created by a Supreme God or did we evolve? Or, are we of extraterrestrial descent? Was the Great Pyramid built by an advanced race from mankind’s past? These are just some questions answered in a new book, "Revelations: Alpha and Omega" by David Allen Rigsby.

The author, who’s primarily worked as a Special Effects technician for motion pictures and television, attributes his knowledge of physics, mythology, and world religions along with some "Divine help" to his most recent breakthroughs in understanding our past. "I’ve always believed that the Bible and history go together, but now I can prove it," he stated.
Rigsby admits he took the Christian viewpoint in his research but maintains that his refusal to let go of God’s word as his foundation is what opened these new doors. For instance? He claims God became three-dimensional around 10,500 BC and that the righteous seed of Seth built the Giza pyramids and sphinx in order to tell future generations about mankind’s Redeemer. "In fact," the author explains, "Adam was buried in the Great Pyramid and was resurrected with Jesus. His sons knew of a global flood, so they built these monuments large enough to survive it."

How did they build them? Rigsby reveals their construction method by pointing out Jesus said, "If a man has enough faith, he can literally move mountains." Then, what is the answer to the riddle of the sphinx and the message of the Giza pyramids? "They (the pyramids) mirror the belt of Orion because they represent the body, soul, and spirit of God. The sphinx, originally a lion, represents the lion from the tribe of Judah," he explained.

Rigsby also has new information about the dinosaurs, our fifth planet (now an asteroid belt), and proof that giants existed in our past and are scheduled to return in the near future. He also claims to have decoded the Bible’s book of "Revelation" and ironically, his tale accurately predicted the fall of the World Trade Towers and the events that followed. "The stage is now set for the end times," he predicts.
Henry Berry, editor of "The Small Press Book Review" says the book is "original, powerful, enlightening, and provocative... a captivating tale."

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I've read this book and I've got to admit, it's very interesting. I'm not sure that I agree with everything the author claims to be the truth about mankind's past as it relates to the Bible, but he makes some very good arguments and they're very well supported. I can't for the life of me, figure out why anyone would only give this book one star. It's a great story and very well told. Even the author himself closes his own story by telling readers that he's only steering them in the direction of self-discovery and that to learn the rest of the truth to go and read the Bible or God's Word.
In terms of ambition and scope, "Revelations" reminds me of early epic poems of Homer and Satyricon. Its episodic nature works quite well and I was caught up in every single story, from the story of creation, Satan's race of giants to the finale at Armageddon. The way the author tied modern-day circumstances with Bible prophecy is simply remarkable and frightening. His writing style is very cinematic in quality, with wonderfully descriptive passages. I loved the way he combined elements of science fiction, spiritualiy and even the Roswell story. It was very post-modern in tone.
In conclusion, the story was great, ambitious, grand (and grandly entertaining), and a whirl-wind tour of the eternal battle between Satan and God. What an imagination! Five Stars!
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I've read all of the "Left Behind" series and the "Christ Clone Trilogy." This two-part (but both are in the one book) story leaves them all behind! (Pardon the pun.) I had no idea that history and the Bible went together like this. Adam and Eve were buried in the Giza pyrmamids, which were built by the righteous seed of Seth... NOT the Egyptians. How did a handful of men do that? By faith that moves mountains. Jesus said we could command a mountain to cast itself into the sea and if we had enough faith, it would obey. If that doesn't seem far-fetched enough, the author cleverly reveals through the plot and his characters how he came about such startling conclusions and revelations. (Now I understand the title). The real shocker was that Lucifer is a living machine made in the image of the original pre-flood serpent that joins with four other living machines of gold (lion, eagle, ox, and man) and carries God's throne this way in the 3-D world. Talk about some ancient Power Rangers! I won't spoil anymore of the story. You've got to read this one. It even predicted the fall of the World Trade Towers and the attack on Washington DC and this story was originally copyrighted in 1999!
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By A Customer on 25 April 2002
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This book is packed with so much information that I constantly had to set it down to absorb what it said, then I would quickly pick it up again. I really enjoyed the screenplay format because it was more visual. It was just like watching a movie. I can see why the title of the story is "Revelations" because the information is captivating. If you are looking for the answers to life, read this book. Almost every page is packed with information. It is a real page-turner!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Thought Provoking! 15 Aug. 2012
By JReid - Published on Amazon.com
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I found this book to be highly stimulating and intensely intriguing. The author has done his research and made multiple associations and connections historically that present a valid argument. I feel that this book could be an amazing movie that keeps the audience hanging on for more. It is written in such a way that one can connect many beliefs or backgrounds into a central theme. Mythologically intertwining the history of WWII with religious belief systems allow for the reader to be introduced to rationales that empower historical movements from a psychological level. I would recommend this book to everyone. I only hope that one day this book will be produced into a movie. It has great potential for a sci-fi thriller. I hope that the potential is something that does not go unnoticed.
5.0 out of 5 stars This book is the best Christian Fiction I've ever read!!! 9 April 2003
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I’ve read this book and I’ve got to admit, it is very interesting. I’m not sure I agree with everything that the author claims to be the truth about mankind’s past as it relates to the Bible, but he makes some very good arguments and those arguments are very well supported, especially in the Conclusion Section. I can’t for the life of me, figure out why anyone would only give this book only one star! It’s a great story and very well told. Even the author himself closes his own story by telling readers that he’s only steering them in the direction of self-discovery and that to learn the rest of the truth to go and read the Bible or God’s Word.
In terms of ambition and scope, “Revelations” reminds me of early epic poems of Homer and Satyricon. Its episodic nature works quite well and I was caught up in every single story, from the story of creation, Satan’s race of giants to the finale at Armageddon. The way the author tied modern-day circumstances with Bible prophecy is simply remarkable and frightening. His writing style is very cinematic in quality, with wonderfully descriptive passages. I loved the way he combined elements of science fiction, spiritualiy and even the Roswell story. It was very post-modern in tone.
In conclusion, the story was great, ambitious, grand (and grandly entertaining), whirl-wind tour of the eternal battle between Satan and God. What an imagination! Five Stars!
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This is the best end-time Christian novel I've read! Period. 10 April 2003
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I've read this book and I've got to admit, it's very interesting. I'm not sure that I agree with everything the author claims to be the truth about mankind's past as it relates to the Bible, but he makes some very good arguments and they're very well supported. I can't for the life of me, figure out why anyone would only give this book one star. It's a great story and very well told. Even the author himself closes his own story by telling readers that he's only steering them in the direction of self-discovery and that to learn the rest of the truth to go and read the Bible or God's Word.
In terms of ambition and scope, "Revelations" reminds me of early epic poems of Homer and Satyricon. Its episodic nature works quite well and I was caught up in every single story, from the story of creation, Satan's race of giants to the finale at Armageddon. The way the author tied modern-day circumstances with Bible prophecy is simply remarkable and frightening. His writing style is very cinematic in quality, with wonderfully descriptive passages. I loved the way he combined elements of science fiction, spiritualiy and even the Roswell story. It was very post-modern in tone.
In conclusion, the story was great, ambitious, grand (and grandly entertaining), and a whirl-wind tour of the eternal battle between Satan and God. What an imagination! Five Stars!
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Highly Entertaining Fantasy Fiction! 22 Jun. 2003
By Anna Faye Morgan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Well written and fun, David Allen Rigsby presents a theory of history/mythology that starts from the Bible and includes everything but the kitchen sink. We have alien Grays, evil Freemasons, mechanical Cherubic Transformer robot Spaceships, the death of Anne Frank, the Pyramids and the Sphinx, the Flood, giants playing with dinosaurs, angel twins, Adam and Eve with no navels, Viking myth, the Fifth Planet's destruction, Egyptian obilisk-shaped ICBMs,the birth of the Swastika, God and His soul in a fascinating 2-way consultation, Easter Islands's statues, WWII, the Four Rivers of Eden and the breakup of Pangeia, the destruction of Atlantis and the origin of hurricanes. All this is cleverly woven into a Christian science fiction/space opera that make Velikovsky's cosmology look dull and Scientology's alien-origin myth look like a sophmore student essay.
The history and mythology of *Revelations* is dubious at best - clearly gleaned from popular culture and tabloid-style "non fiction" books - but it's just so much FUN that I couldn't help being charmed, by everything from its mundane view of Angelic life to its ingenious inclusion of every current New Age trend except Feng Shui. Structurally, the script has problems (lack of focus on characters, pointless scenes, some pacing flaws) but it has a good visual sense and would make a highly entertaining fantasy film.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fiction or non-fiction... you decide! 23 Feb. 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I've read all of the "Left Behind" series and the "Christ Clone Trilogy." This two-part (but both are in the one book) story leaves them all behind! (Pardon the pun.) I had no idea that history and the Bible went together like this. Adam and Eve were buried in the Giza pyrmamids, which were built by the righteous seed of Seth... NOT the Egyptians. How did a handful of men do that? By faith that moves mountains. Jesus said we could command a mountain to cast itself into the sea and if we had enough faith, it would obey. If that doesn't seem far-fetched enough, the author cleverly reveals through the plot and his characters how he came about such startling conclusions and revelations. (Now I understand the title). The real shocker was that Lucifer is a living machine made in the image of the original pre-flood serpent that joins with four other living machines of gold (lion, eagle, ox, and man) and carries God's throne this way in the 3-D world. Talk about some ancient Power Rangers! I won't spoil anymore of the story. You've got to read this one. It even predicted the fall of the World Trade Towers and the attack on Washington DC and this story was originally copyrighted in 1999!
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