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Slave Species of God by Michael Tellinger
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Slave Species of God

by Michael Tellinger

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A very interesting approach to a story of man. It makes some intriguing connections and challenges our preconceptions. Clearly a lot of time and research was put into this, although Tellinger does not have an educational background in the topic and it sometimes shows through. In the end, I did not fully agree with his conclusions, but it certainly gave me a lot to consider. If you're looking for an easy to read book that raises some interesting questions but is sometimes based on inaccuracies or misinformation, this could be a good book for you. I recommend it for those who like to be challenged but are able to take things with a grain of salt. ( )
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"Our origins as a slave species and the Anunnaki legacy in our DNA"--Provided by publisher.

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