Zecharia Sitchin – The Lost Book of Enki


The companion volume to The Earth Chronicles series that reveals the identity of mankinds ancient gods

Explains why these gods from Nibiru, the Anunnaki, genetically engineered Homo sapiens, gave Earthlings civilization, and promised to return

Zecharia Sitchins best-selling series The Earth Chronicles provided humanitys side of the story concerning our origins at the hands of the Anunnaki, those who from heaven to earth came. In The Lost Book of Enki, we now view this saga from the perspective of Lord Enki, an Anunnaki leader revered in antiquity as a god, who tells the story of these extraterrestrials arrival on Earth from the planet Nibiru.

In his previous, works Sitchin compiled the complete story of the Anunnakis impact on human civilization from fragments scattered throughout Sumerian, Akkadian, Babylonian, Assyrian, Hittite, Egyptian, Canaanite, and Hebrew sources. Missing from these accounts, however, was the perspective of the Anunnaki themselves. What was life like on their own planet? What motives propelled them to settle on Earth – and what drove them from their new home? Convinced of the existence of a lost book that held the answers to these questions, the author began his search for evidence. Through exhaustive research of primary sources, he has here re-created tales as the memoirs of Enki, the leader of these first astronauts. What takes shape is the story of a world of mounting tensions, deep rivalries, and sophisticated scientific knowledge that is only today being confirmed. An epic tale of gods and men unfolds, challenging every assumption we hold about our past and our future.

Author: Zecharia Sitchin
Narrator: Micah Hanks
Duration: 8 hours 1 min
Released: 19 Mar 2012
Publisher: Inner Traditions Audio
Language: English

User Review:

fulfillment unmistakable

Hello all,

Since “The 12 Planet” was released on CDs (my preference), well..the first 3 books where released as CD Audobooks (which I don’t understand why Tanto “stiffed” us and didn’t complete the collection that way, I have been wondering when this book would be read. Since I have “accepted” that CDs probably aren’t being made much anymore. Sad face. iTunes does not burn these Audiobooks to CDs well..

Anyway, I *was* so very pleased to notice Stephen Davies is not the reader here. I follow Ancient Aliens…and I never heard “Anunnaki” pronounced as “AnooooniKee”…that’s how it sounds when he says it. It took me a long while to get past that with the Earth Chronicles. There are other names that are pronounced differently also, but that one is a big deal. So, when I listened to the sample of “The Lost Book of Enki: Memoirs and Prophecies of an Extraterrestrial God” I was simply pleased that the reading seemed clearer. Micha has a “down grade tone” in most of what he says. His reading doesn’t come across as a conversation as Davies does. Almost each sentence has a steady pitch change at the end, and at the end is most sentences it “goes down” or “falls down”. I doubt he sounds like that in person. Stephen doesn’t do that. Stephen is also not to “breathy” at the end of each sentence.

I have a very challenging time with reading, all my life, I adore the odor of books and the sounds of turning pages..and that you may read them without electricity but I become tired after 30 seconds..and about a minute in, I start to become very tired. Any book..doesn’t matter my interest. It doesn’t stop me from reading, but does make the process very slow. Which is okay. Audobooks, are very helpful. I listen very carefully and I hear nuances. Some I can let go of, some I become okay with. But Micha’s style is…very challenging. I’ve heard him “live” and he doesn’t sound the same as reading this book.

My desire is that Tantor sees this and hires another reader. I can now even accept Stephen again., hahaha. Nothing against them as people, but listening to Audiobooks, voice and the complexity of how matters to us listeners. Santino Fontana (Narrator) of Stephen King’s “The Institute” would be a wonderful choice – I think.

I adore this book a great deal. It answers questions the Bible fails at, and you can see/hear where the edits of the Bible stole their information from. You also learn the challenges of “making” humans, and this makes much more sense where the Bible again is incomplete. As I looked around the World from age 5 to 50-something, I know the Bible isn’t “The Word”, you can see it all around as you look. When I first head of the Cuneiform Tablets I knew I wanted to understand them. My Grandmother read the Bible to me a lot when I was smaller. I questioned it all the way..but most of my questions remained inside because I hadn’t acclimated to English enough yet.

I got so many “Electrical Vibes” of validations as I read this book from what Enki, Enlil, and Ninharsag left, that this books..to me, kicks butt over the rest of the the Earth Chronicles. Not to negate those books, not at all.. They offer great details of creation, and lineage. But this one..goes to the point of deeper Why’s and How’s. Personally, I’d say get rid of the Bible and stick with this and the Earth Chronicles since you get a complete understanding, much better than the Bible does with its incomplete stories.

If there isn’t anything that comes of a new reading of this book, I AM glad it is now here for others to listen to. Not everyone has the sensitivities to voice vibrations as I do.

Great Appreciation to Zecharia and his partners for the deep research and decoding and logical connections. I don’t consider this book to be “perfect” because nothing and no one is, or has been perfect, but it’s greatly put together.

Rush’N’Roll (Rock’N’Roll)!