The 12th Planet
Over the years, startling evidence has been unearthed, challenging established notions of the origins of Earth and life on it, and suggests the existence of a superior race of beings who once inhabited our world. The product of thirty years of intensive research, The 12th Planet is the first book... show more
Over the years, startling evidence has been unearthed, challenging established notions of the origins of Earth and life on it, and suggests the existence of a superior race of beings who once inhabited our world. The product of thirty years of intensive research, The 12th Planet is the first book in Zecharia Sitchin's prophetic Earth Chronicles series -- a revolutionary body of work that offers indisputable documentary proof of humanity's extraterrestrial forefathers. Travellers from the stars, they arrived eons ago, and planted the genetic seed that would ultimately blossom into a remarkable species...called Man.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 2007
Publisher: Avon Books
Pages no: 438
Edition language: English
, Non Fiction
, Science Fiction
, Alternate History
, New Age
Series: Earth Chronicles (#1)
How did civilization begin seemingly out of nowhere? And how did humanity evolve so fast in comparison to what had happened before? These are the questions that Zecharia Sitchin set to answer in his book, The 12th Planet, in which he purports that he found said answers in cuneiform text dating fro...
Read with an open mind. The author gives some compelling arguments on the creation and history of man.
All I can say, for now, is that this book is mind-opening!
bookshelves: tbr-busting-2012, spring-2012, published-1976, one-penny-wonder, paper-read Read in May, 2012 Imported from tablet:Opening: On the evidence that we have amassed to support out conclusions, exhibit one is man himself. In many ways, modern man - Homo sapiens - is a stranger to earth.si...
The world mythology aspects to this book were great, and in itself make this worth reading. I suppose the scenario is plausible, although I have misgivings about certain aspects, including the technology, and the possible cause of the Deluge. All in all this was a fun book to read, but if Sitchin ...