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The Nephilim Cartel by [Poppet]
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The title draws you in. We've often heard the term 'cartel' used in the oil industry, but it applies here too; "An international syndicate intent on monopolizing production and distribution of a product or service."

The other word in the title, Nephilim, is more obscure. For its origins we go to the Hebrew Old Testament where it's mentioned twice. Most versions of the Bible translate the word as 'giant', but it can also mean 'the fallen ones.'

Poppet pulls both definitions into this book, giving compelling evidence that we are victims of a con of epic proportions.

In the second century AD, Marcion of Synope put forth the idea the loving Deity of the New Testament was not the same being as that of the Old Testament, who he thought capricious and cruel. For his beliefs Marcion was labeled a heretic and was excommunicated. Had he been born a few hundred years later, he probably would have been killed.

In the thirteenth century, the Cathars embraced similar beliefs, and for that they were systematically exterminated by the church.

Poppet looks at this idea again in The Nephilim Cartel. Fortunately we live in a different time; where information is more accessible and, in most parts of the world, punishment for such things has generally abated.

The author walks us carefully through the mythology of the Sumerians, Babylonians, Egyptians, Hittites, Israelites, Native Americans and others, comparing the stories, relationships, names and actions of these early gods and goddesses. She details the symbolism of the constellations, archeology, and the importance these cultures placed on Astronomy, Astrology, Geometry, and Gematria, the Assyro-Babylonian-Greek system of code and numerology. As the result of this exhaustive research it becomes quite apparent that all these ancient cultures have the same story; they were oppressed by the Nephilim, powerful beings competing and fighting among themselves in order to rule humanity as gods.

This would all be just interesting reading except for something of disturbing significance. One of the ancient histories implicated here is one to which the world still gives great reverence and authority - The Old Testament.

Many people look at the Old Testament with some discomfort, wondering why, in comparison to the New Testament, it seems so harsh and unforgiving, and why the divine love we find in the New Testament seems so different from the divine vengeance we find in the old.

After you've read The Nephilim Cartel, the author invites you to keep going, ask questions, do your own research and see if you come to the same conclusions. If you consider yourself Jewish or Christian, and if the Old Testament is everything it professes to be, then your objective scrutiny should do nothing but reaffirm the faith you have in the religion you follow.

But if you come to the conclusion it is something altogether different, you may have just made one of the most important discoveries of your life.

Definitely five stars.

Author Jeff Blackmer

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My favorite review from Goodreads:

The title draws you in. We've often heard the term 'cartel' used in the oil industry, but it applies here too; "An international syndicate intent on monopolizing production and distribution of a product or service."

The other word in the title, Nephilim, is more obscure. For its origins we go to the Hebrew Old Testament where it's mentioned twice. Most versions of the Bible translate the word as 'giant', but it can also mean 'the fallen ones.'

Poppet pulls both definitions into this book, giving compelling evidence that we are victims of a con of epic proportions.

In the second century AD, Marcion of Synope put forth the idea the loving Deity of the New Testament was not the same being as that of the Old Testament, who he thought capricious and cruel. For his beliefs Marcion was labeled a heretic and was excommunicated. Had he been born a few hundred years later, he probably would have been killed.

In the thirteenth century, the Cathars embraced similar beliefs, and for that they were systematically exterminated by the church.

Poppet looks at this idea again in The Nephilim Cartel. Fortunately we live in a different time; where information is more accessible and, in most parts of the world, punishment for such things has generally abated.

The author walks us carefully through the mythology of the Sumerians, Babylonians, Egyptians, Hittites, Israelites, Native Americans and others, comparing the stories, relationships, names and actions of these early gods and goddesses. She details the symbolism of the constellations, archeology, and the importance these cultures placed on Astronomy, Astrology, Geometry, and Gematria, the Assyro-Babylonian-Greek system of code and numerology. As the result of this exhaustive research it becomes quite apparent that all these ancient cultures have the same story; they were oppressed by the Nephilim, powerful beings competing and fighting among themselves in order to rule humanity as gods.

This would all be just interesting reading except for something of disturbing significance. One of the ancient histories implicated here is one to which the world still gives great reverence and authority - The Old Testament.

Many people look at the Old Testament with some discomfort, wondering why, in comparison to the New Testament, it seems so harsh and unforgiving, and why the divine love we find in the New Testament seems so different from the divine vengeance we find in the old.

After you've read The Nephilim Cartel, the author invites you to keep going, ask questions, do your own research and see if you come to the same conclusions. If you consider yourself Jewish or Christian, and if the Old Testament is everything it professes to be, then your objective scrutiny should do nothing but reaffirm the faith you have in the religion you follow.

But if you come to the conclusion it is something altogether different, you may have just made one of the most important discoveries of your life.

Definitely five stars.

Author Jeff Blackmer

Product details

  • File Size: 15959 KB
  • Print Length: 333 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1499326939
  • Publication Date: March 5, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00UC679MO
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
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