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Steve Quayle's book has been around for a few years now and it still stands up as one of the most comprehensive works available on the subject of giants.
History is rife with records of hybrids or giants that at one time held sway over the land. Yet the orthodox scientific community continues to side-step the issue despite an encyclopaedia's worth of information from famous rulers, historians, archaeologists, scientists and explorers from every corner of the globe. This work is all the more powerful due to its strong Scriptural foundation, a characteristic seen as a flaw for another compartmentalised thinking reviewer. Steve Quayle doesn't just refer to the Scriptures as a side line curiosity, but keeps it as the main thrust of his work, hence the title.
If the majority of mankind is still happy to accept that the Great Pyramid of Giza was build with copper hand tools and greasy straight pieces of wood, despite the structure's complex enormity and modern man's failed attempts to replicate it, then no book on the planet will ever convince them otherwise, no matter how persuasive it reads.
I recommend this volume and other books by this author, such as Genetic Armageddon and Aliens and Fallen Angels, for people who wish to study areas of the Scriptures that are at best glossed over by mainstream Christianity. Genesis 6 Giants Master Builders of Prehistoric and Ancient Civilizations will be the book on your shelf that will frequently draw the curious attention of almost any guest. It makes Ripley's Believe it or Not look like a smokescreen. This book is fascinating and informative!!
Jason Jordan 13/06/07 Author of All Lights on in the Master's House
I purchased this book last year (from a store merchant here in Amazon which have a library of books on ancient civilizations & their involvement in mysteries).
My grandfather had the original book way back in the early 1970's, which also at that time I saw an article printed in LIFE magazine which was a weekly journal (much like National Geographic). I have never forgotten those images and I was truly surprised to have found a printing press in these days reprinting the stories and images I saw way back then. Furthermore, the Scriptures supports the relevant information ... even to this day! (For example, we have well-learned scientists who are studying transhumanism (which is the study of how to perfect human beings with modified DNA coding. True story, in Turkey, a sheep gives birth to a lamb with a human face! Google the story [see for yourself].
Apparently, this is not the first of its kind. There are many true stories, but only if we just take the time to read and ponder with who we're residing on earth.
This book is recommended for all readers.
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This book, although not very popular does provide some insights into ancient history, and the influence the Biblical "Giants" might have in terms of ancient history, and religion. I did enjoy this book, namely for the large quanities of historical references concerning the sightings of Giants in ancient history, as well as the probable influence they held upon the formation of ancient religions in general.
It should be noted that I do not agree with all of the theological and Biblical interpretations set forth by Mr. Quayle in this book. However, that doesn't take away though from the historical facts he presents in this book.
If you wish to have a better read regarding the true origins of mythology, I suggest Mrs. Sydney Bristowes, "Sargon the Magnificent", and Alexander Hislops, "The Two Babylons". After reading those books, then come and read this one for further testimony regarding the Nephilim and their giant off spring. This is not to say that Mr. Quayles work isn't worthy to read, but only that the previously two mentioned books are more specific in the fact they pinpoint historical evidence to specific peoples, namely Cain and Nimrod as haivng been the inventors of mythology. This book is more geared towards the Biblical race of Giants, and doesn't really focus on one person.
This is one of the most fascinating books I've ever read. Very informative. However, it could have contained more illustrations and paintings. The only draw back to the book is the author beleives there was a per-Adamic world at one time. It's a weak crompromise position between evolutionism/great ages and the Creation account of Genesis. One will have to ignore all that. Other then that it's a great book.
this is a great book. I would recomend it highly. I have been researching Giants/Nephilim for a long time and this book is a great sorce of info. I also recomend The Two Babylons, and the pyramid of the apocolypse. I do not agree with every little thing in Any of these books but they are well researched and if read with decernment are edifying to those that are interested in such things. It is amazong what the world tries to hide from us and the lies they try to replace them with. This book is a hard read for those stupid enough to believe in evolution. Giants and their evidence just goes against everything taught.