Return of the Fallen Ones: Nephilim Histories, the Antediluvian World, Anunnaki Chronology and the Coming Cataclysm

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Written by Jason Matthew Breshears.

"Return of the Fallen Ones is a MUST read for anyone wanting to know the true histories of our world and how they relate to a fast-approaching and very dark future. This book focuses on the little-known events and calendars that have their origin during a preCataclysm era, a world very different than our own, a time referred to by some as the Antediluvian World.

NO OTHER BOOK can be found that so amazingly documents the history of this vague time period. A masterpiece of investigation filled with new finds, new revelations, new concepts and a totally new understanding of human antiquity.

In ancient times there are stories of the gods who descended to Earth and brought knowledge and civilization to mankind. The oldest stories were from ancient Sumer and these gods were called the Anunnaki or Nephilim, also known as the Fallen Ones. They were considered fallen after co-mingling with the daughters of men, so their realm became the Earth rather than the "heaven" from which they came. Their offspring were said to be giants and these myths and legends are found throughout the world.

The author spent years of study to reveal an accurate, chronological history of these ancient beings, unveiling in this book a calendar of their events more accurate than anything previously known. This book takes vast research on worldwide myths, earth changes documented from cultures worldwide, and the author's immense work on planetary cycles to predict the return of these fallen ones, their planet, and the chaos and catastrophe that always came with them.

Hundreds of ancient sources cited, this research has a very impressive bibliography of source materials. As a result, the information being shared in this book should be studied seriously by those interested in these subjects."

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