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Many thousands of years ago, a race of extraordinary beings guided the evolution of life on Earth -- determining the existence and nature of mankind as we know it today. All powerful, all knowing, the proof of their genius is apparent in the mysterious monoliths at Stonehenge, and in a strange but highly significant structure of concentric stone circles in Israel's Golan H Many thousands of years ago, a race of extraordinary beings guided the evolution of life on Earth -- determining the existence and nature of mankind as we know it today. All powerful, all knowing, the proof of their genius is apparent in the mysterious monoliths at Stonehenge, and in a strange but highly significant structure of concentric stone circles in Israel's Golan Heights -- both requiring sophisticated astronomical knowledge. Teaching man to look to the heavens, they bequeathed to us the Cosmic Code. The newest entry in a carefully researched multivolume series tracing the creation and motivation of mankind, this book identifies the turning point in our sepcies' delicate balance between the demands of destiny and the vagaries of fate. From deep inside ancient Sumerian texts that predate even the Bible, Zecharia Sitchin dares to reveal the nature of prophecy and historical truths that have long been obscured by disbelief and misunderstanding: the code used to construct our kind by master builders from the stars.


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Many thousands of years ago, a race of extraordinary beings guided the evolution of life on Earth -- determining the existence and nature of mankind as we know it today. All powerful, all knowing, the proof of their genius is apparent in the mysterious monoliths at Stonehenge, and in a strange but highly significant structure of concentric stone circles in Israel's Golan H Many thousands of years ago, a race of extraordinary beings guided the evolution of life on Earth -- determining the existence and nature of mankind as we know it today. All powerful, all knowing, the proof of their genius is apparent in the mysterious monoliths at Stonehenge, and in a strange but highly significant structure of concentric stone circles in Israel's Golan Heights -- both requiring sophisticated astronomical knowledge. Teaching man to look to the heavens, they bequeathed to us the Cosmic Code. The newest entry in a carefully researched multivolume series tracing the creation and motivation of mankind, this book identifies the turning point in our sepcies' delicate balance between the demands of destiny and the vagaries of fate. From deep inside ancient Sumerian texts that predate even the Bible, Zecharia Sitchin dares to reveal the nature of prophecy and historical truths that have long been obscured by disbelief and misunderstanding: the code used to construct our kind by master builders from the stars.

30 review for The Cosmic Code

  1. 5 out of 5

    Matt

    The balance between Fate and Destiny to the ancients not only effected man but also the gods for both good and ill that made them all look towards the heavens. The Cosmic Code is the sixth book by Zecharia Sitchin in The Earth Chronicles that analyzes ancient megaliths, ancient mysticism, and ancient texts to reveal the secrets of the aforementioned code. Beginning with an examination a mysterious circular stone structure on the Golan Heights that according to astronomical calculations is ancient The balance between Fate and Destiny to the ancients not only effected man but also the gods for both good and ill that made them all look towards the heavens. The Cosmic Code is the sixth book by Zecharia Sitchin in The Earth Chronicles that analyzes ancient megaliths, ancient mysticism, and ancient texts to reveal the secrets of the aforementioned code. Beginning with an examination a mysterious circular stone structure on the Golan Heights that according to astronomical calculations is ancient, Sitchin reintroduces his research from previous volumes so as to build a framework to discuss this book’s main theme. Always introduced through the use of his previous research, Sitchin covers the “creation” of the zodiac before linking it to the Golan site and its strategic location between the two main highways of the ancient Middle East. The discussion turns to the death of demigods and why it was distressing before Sitchin recounted the Annunaki creation of man and why they did not give man “immortality” in his DNA. Then Sitchin turned his attention to “secret knowledge” which he posited to be secret number codes that were the basis for languages and latter prophecies, especially in relation to the heavens and the ones who came from there. This talk of prophecies brought Sitchin back to chronicling the history of the Middle East after Marduk/Ra rose to supremacy among the Annunaki and how his turbulent “reign” is recorded in the Bible and other ancient texts until finally his city Babylon captured by the Persians. Yet, Sitchin makes clear that during this time the phrase “End of Time” was always mentioned but it was never specified when it would happen. Beginning with an enigmatic ruin, Sitchin set the stage for this book in his usual academic approach and then woven in his own theories and research from previous books early on. His examination of Fate & Destiny was interesting but even after the introduction of the beginning of languages, secret number codes, and connections to DNA it was hard to understand what the point was. The further information on Marduk’s reign during the “Age of the Ram” was interesting and basically the highlight of the book though the reader had to wait to get to it. While Sitchin avoided going into the evidence that went into his already written about theories—giving new readers the knowledge of which volume to look for them—he still seemed to tread water in some places before fully moving on. Yet in reflecting on this volume, it was hard to not feel that only half of this nearly 300 page book was new material and a fraction of that was gearing towards the next volume of Sitchin’s series. At the end I felt that this book could have been combined split and combined with the previous volume and maybe in the next. The Cosmic Code never felt like a cohesive book, it read like Sitchin meshed material from two different books to create another. This overwhelming thought made it hard to focus on the evidence that Sitchin presented to prove his new assertions, but his reliance on flawed conclusions from When Time Began still makes it hard to keep an open mind. If you’ve read all of Sitchin’s previous work then go ahead and read this, but be warned this one seems all over the place.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Omid Mankoo

    Zachariah Sitchins books are detailed with actual translations of Ancient Cuniform (clay tablet) writings. He is an Archeologist, and ancient scirpt translator. He delves into ancient texts, and clay tablet writtings, religious scriptures, artifacts, and drawings & visits museums, and sights of actual historical significance mentioned in various world scriptures, to get an up-close, hands on grasp of what happened. His books are filled with historical facts, with awesome translations, actual pic Zachariah Sitchins books are detailed with actual translations of Ancient Cuniform (clay tablet) writings. He is an Archeologist, and ancient scirpt translator. He delves into ancient texts, and clay tablet writtings, religious scriptures, artifacts, and drawings & visits museums, and sights of actual historical significance mentioned in various world scriptures, to get an up-close, hands on grasp of what happened. His books are filled with historical facts, with awesome translations, actual pictures of the cuniforms themselves, many of which are pictorial in nature (they appear in his books). Each of the books is a veritable treasure-house of knowledge, of scientific breakthroughs into understanding what has happened in ancient civilizations, regarding gods (alien races), and their meaning present in our scriptures today.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sheila

    This is my favorite in the series! Sitchin has been writing this series since the 70's and it truly amazes me how after some thirty years that science is catching up with ancient texts. The things we thought were myth, in fact happened. And the people we thought we 'primitive' were actually more advanced than ourselves. The things that we thought were discovered in the last 2 centuries were actually practiced 5000+ years ago. Where did our knowledge go? What happened? How is it that the ancients This is my favorite in the series! Sitchin has been writing this series since the 70's and it truly amazes me how after some thirty years that science is catching up with ancient texts. The things we thought were myth, in fact happened. And the people we thought we 'primitive' were actually more advanced than ourselves. The things that we thought were discovered in the last 2 centuries were actually practiced 5000+ years ago. Where did our knowledge go? What happened? How is it that the ancients knew intimately about DNA and mtDNA and we have just discovered mtDNA in the 60's? That is crazy! This is a mind opening series, a must read for everyone!

  4. 5 out of 5

    JJ

    Sitchin’s The Cosmic Code, the sixth book in the Revolutionary Earth Chronicle series is another enlightening read from the seven book series. In this book, Sitchin provides a theory regarding the presence of a biological-numerical-alphabetic code that the Anunnaki utilized to encode secret knowledge. This sacred knowledge was instructed to the chosen ones of the Anunnaki such as Enoch to conceive archives of scientific data which would be revealed to mankind at the right times. It also shapes t Sitchin’s The Cosmic Code, the sixth book in the Revolutionary Earth Chronicle series is another enlightening read from the seven book series. In this book, Sitchin provides a theory regarding the presence of a biological-numerical-alphabetic code that the Anunnaki utilized to encode secret knowledge. This sacred knowledge was instructed to the chosen ones of the Anunnaki such as Enoch to conceive archives of scientific data which would be revealed to mankind at the right times. It also shapes the basis for prophecy-pre-knowledge of the future. Sitchin reveals the turning point in the celestial and terrestrial affairs in the fragile balance between predetermined destiny and free-choice fate. I recommend reading this book with an open-mind and let go of any tendencies to search for, interpret, favor, and recall information in a way that confirms one’s preexisting beliefs or hypotheses –confirmation bias.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Χουρμούζης

    Νομίζω το πιο ενδιαφέρον από τα μέχρι τώρα βιβλία της σειράς.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Tom Hughes

    The Cosmic Code I'm going to reread this book several times because there is much to learn from it. It's hard not to get involves in it. The Cosmic Code I'm going to reread this book several times because there is much to learn from it. It's hard not to get involves in it.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Roberto Cofresi

    This series is an amazing fantasy/reality series. Its presented as true, and he claimed it was, but so did Castaneda.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Anthony

    Good book with some new and interesting information. Otherwise, most of the information in this book reviews information from previous volumes of the earth chronicles series.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Bea Batres

    I have read the five previous books of the series, this book was a summary with bits and clips of the past books. I found it redundant with what i had already read, and because of this it was my least enjoyed of the series.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Tlew

    Haven't read yet... Haven't read yet...

  11. 4 out of 5

    Doris Pearson

    This was extremely interesting to me as I like books that reveal codes.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Shoghig kaloussian azezian

    Food for thought!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Adam Madvibe

    book 6...........

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sue Williams

  15. 5 out of 5

    Arnold Lalic

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    Andy Williamson

  17. 4 out of 5

    D. Henbane

  18. 5 out of 5

    Alex Palacios

  19. 5 out of 5

    Pete

  20. 4 out of 5

    Anunnaki

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jamie

  22. 4 out of 5

    M.D. Meyer

  23. 5 out of 5

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  24. 5 out of 5

    Jei

  25. 4 out of 5

    Comicfairy

  26. 4 out of 5

    jeff olskey

  27. 5 out of 5

    Mark

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    Gin

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    Maëlle

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    Yvette Rae

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