by Scott Alan Roberts
Paperback: 224 pages
Publisher: New Page Books; 1 edition (February 25, 2013)
(Barry’s score 5 out of 5 stars)
Where the bloodlines of the Nephilim leave off, the real story just begins.
Or does it go back even further than that?
The very real probability that non-human intelligences visited and even copulated with primordial humans is detailed in civilization’s most ancient cultural and religious records. These historical records further reveal that these intelligences were reptilian in nature–or, at the very least, have been represented throughout human history in reptilian form.
From the Serpent, Nawcash, in the Garden of Eden; Atum, the Egyptian snake-man; and Quetzalcotl, the feathered serpent god of the Mayans to the double-helix snake symbol of Enki/Ea in ancient Sumerian literature, the serpent has been the omnipresent link between humans and the gods in every culture.
In The Secret History of the Reptilians, Scott Alan Roberts investigates and examines the pervasive presence of the serpent in human history, religion, culture, and politics.
Are we the product of an extraterrestrial race that moves and breathes–and even breeds–beneath the surface of all of human history?
Put on your thinking cap and take an historical, anthropological, archaeological plunge into the heady waters of extraterrestrial
I suppose that I should start by revealing my bias. I think that if Scotty Roberts wrote about the contents of a soup can, I would find it interesting. Roberts is not an author that you read, he is an author that you reread. While his last book The Rise and Fall of the Nephilim was excellent, I think The Secret History of the Reptilians is better.
The Secret History of the Reptilians is seven chapters spread over 220ish pages. It has a solid Index and Notes section, which should help with your own research of the topic. I think that you will come away impressed with the amount of research, chapter 6 has 37 footnotes.
The titles of some of the chapters should give you a chuckle like chapter 2 “That’s Not What I learned in Sunday School” or chapter 4 “The Reptoids… Reptilians— No, Wait…Reptilian-Humanoids”. Without a doubt, the most moving part of the book had to be the “foreword” from the late Philip Coppens, “It is high time we learn…”
All in all, I thoroughly enjoyed the book. I highly recommend it and I give it 5 stars out of 5.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I access this ebook free from New Page Books and Warwick Associates. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 : “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”