You left out Barry Fell, author of America BC. He's deep into northern European contact and sees Ogam inscriptions on every rock outcrop.
Yes - Fell is historically very important. He's on my list to add along with some other influential figures that largely pre-date the internet. Lt me know if you have any suggestions for good links. Thanks!
This is only tangential to your interests, but I thought you might get a kick it of it. There's currently a hit anime in Japan called One Punch Man, basically a superhero parody, and the episode that aired on Sunday features an alien giant with four heads. After an initial fight the giant combines its heads into one head, stacking the eyes on top of each other and featuring a single mouth with four rows of teeth that slide over each other. It's hard to say if the design was inspired by Nephilim theorists, but it's not impossible. Some famous anime series have used obscure Christian lore if only as window dressing, like Neon Genesis Evangelion. In any case, One Punch Man is simulcast on Hulu if you want to see it.
That sounds outstanding - thanks for the tip. Have you ever seen "Big Man Japan"? I became aware of it when someone on Facebook used a clip from the movie (showing what appeared to be an early 20th century film of a giant) as "evidence." I highly recommend it.
I was reading all the swordgate drama posts/blog and it appears that in some of the early posts a few of the links are now dead. Mostly stuff to JHP's websites, specifically regarding the books on preorder and that.
Keep up the good fight. I love that someone is calling this out and putting some science to it.
Are you familiar with a book titled "Noah's Ark And The Ziusudra Epic", written by Robert M. Best and published in 1999? It's a convincing non-biblical reconstruction of the Noah story as it may have actually happened. This book was also the basis of a one hour documentary by the BBC in 2005 titled Noah's Ark - The Real Story. Occasionally it is rebroadcast.
Why don't you include critics papers as well like Simon Southerton. If Richard Bushman can include critics of Smith in Rough Stone Rolling why can't you?
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