The Gods of Eden : A New Look at Human History

  • Title: The Gods of Eden : A New Look at Human History
  • Author: William Bramley
  • ISBN: 9780940291003
  • Page: 471
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Gods of Eden A New Look at Human History They Came To Earth Millions Of Years Ago To Spread The Poison Of Hatred War And CatastropheThey Are With Us StillHuman history is a seemingly endless succession of bloody conflicts and devastating tur
    They Came To Earth Millions Of Years Ago To Spread The Poison Of Hatred,War And CatastropheThey Are With Us StillHuman history is a seemingly endless succession of bloody conflicts and devastating turmoil Yet, inexplicably, in the light of astonshing intellectual and technological advancement, Man s progress has been halted in one crucial area he still indulges th They Came To Earth Millions Of Years Ago To Spread The Poison Of Hatred,War And CatastropheThey Are With Us StillHuman history is a seemingly endless succession of bloody conflicts and devastating turmoil Yet, inexplicably, in the light of astonshing intellectual and technological advancement, Man s progress has been halted in one crucial area he still indulges the primitive beast within and makes war upon his neighbors.As a result of seven years of intense research, William Bramley has unconvered the sinister thread that links humanity s darkest events from the wars of the ancient pharaohs to the assissination of JFK In this remarkable, shocking and absolutely compelling work, Bramley presents disturbing evidence of an alien presence on Earth extraterrestrial visitors who have conspired to dominate Humankind through violence and chaos since the beginning of timea conspiracy which continues to this very day.

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    1. Even I myself am not entirely sure what this book is doing on my to-read shelf. I think it comes from watching too much of "Ancient Aliens" on the History Channel.

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    2. William Bramley's tome, Gods of Eden, is an excellent examination of our world, its hidden history, and the causes of today's tragic circumstance.Originally released in 1989, Gods of Eden is a critical look back at our history. It starts in in ancient times and gradually moves forward, giving us information and analysis that we never would have expected. Bramley examines ancient texts, reviewing the UFO phenomenon as it presented itself in pre-history. He interprets writings in a much more liter [...]

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    3. Had Bramley written this book today, he would of course have included Facebook and Whatsapp as the works of the Brotherhood Network of the Custodial Society (Alien Masters) to keep humans ignorant of a higher level of existence, chained to the physical world. True that is, though the factor behind may or may not be the Brotherhood networks. A subject most would be curious to explore. But for the claims made in this book as to UFOs and other historical happenings, the links or symbols alleged to [...]

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    4. William Bramley makes the case that governments and religions, throughout history, have had their strings pulled by "the brotherhood" in order to keep us at war, in poverty, or otherwise distracted to retard our spiritual growth.I found the historical evidence to be informative and accurate. He covers the crusades and Knights Templar of 1119, Freemasonry of 1717 to the present, Adam Weishaupt's Bavarian Illuminati of 1776, the problems associated with fiat currency such as hyperinflation, Americ [...]

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    5. This book was interesting and while I really can't buy into some of his theories they were well thought out and seemed to be well researched. I love a good conspiracy theory and if it involves the possibility of extraterrestrials known as "custodians" teamed up with secret societies well then it is even better in my mind. This book was well done and did a good job of pointing out the machiavellian nature of our society through history and the history of a "brotherhood" (i.e. Masons etc.) society [...]

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    6. Did my history teacher forget certain things in my lectures in my youth? Probably not because it seems the truth is well hidden and corrupt. William Bramley went writing a book about why we (humans)fight and kill each other all the time and it turns out there are many factions and hidden truths that keep us from knowing who we are and what our potential is.

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    7. A near perfect text that delves into the hidden history of humanity. In it you will learn the history of several orders including that of Freemasonry (that will make you more knowledgeable than Master Masons) and both Illuminatis. If you are interested in history or the hidden truth this is most definitely a book for you but it comes with one fall. The book fails to go into the collapse of the Vedic Empire and thus has one crucial flaw in its proposition regarding the transition of power. With t [...]

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    8. good writing, good ideas, a little too Sitchin for not being Sitchin. some weird race stuff. uncomfortable moments. the analysis of Marxism is laughable and sort of throws the whole book in a bad light.

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    9. Bramley has taken me and my brain to another level. not recommended for the weak faith-ed. he explained many many fraud upon and highly debated thoughts and ideas. I don't agree with a lot of it, but it is refreshing to read his inputs.

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    10. shock. that's what i felt and experienced reading this book. if you're into conspiracies, secret societies, biblical and ancient/medieval history, paranormal, global pogroms and all the odd rolled into one, this is the book to comprehend in one sitting.

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    11. Bramley gives a good overview of the thesis that there is a hidden hand of extra-terrestrial origin behind the elite secret societies and powers structures that keep humankind tethered to war and societal disarray. If anything this book is hampered by the sheer scope of the project. In essence Bramley attempts to cover most of recorded civilised history and explain the influence of the aforementioned 'Custodians' during the transpiring events. What results is 'little butter spread over too much [...]

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    12. Disclaimer: reviewing this book is in no way endorsing or supporting the theories contained in the book.This is a unique mashup. It is like ancient aliens meets the da Vinci code with Hidden History and National Treasure. However it was published in 1989 so you can conclude many of those things were influenced by this work. This is a book of speculative theories regarding how humans were created, how societies evolved, who those early gods were and what influence they have today. The beginning w [...]

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    13. Might be a bit too much for some , but if you can keep an open mind and simply keep thinking “I’m not saying, I’m just saying”. William Brumley lay this out with a lot of history backing up his proposal. Changed my life

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    14. It was not what I expected, but enjoyed the book. It was more of a history book with a secret society of brotherhood involved. I really liked it.

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    15. Gods of Eden. A more proper title would have been "THE INVISIBLE BROTHERHOOD".I picked this up because it was 50 cents. Would you believe Good Reads recommended it? I began reading this book expecting some high class Kookery in the vein of Davide Icke, what I just finished felt like a anthology of mail-order pamphlets. Much of what Bramley covered in this book was for me review, not to say I believed what he was selling, but I have come across the same material in my own diverse readingThe major [...]

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    16. The Gods of Eden by William Bramley is a relatively old book written in 1989. It is interesting to note that his purpose was to search the origins of human warfare and not to write this kind of book. Something that is supported by the fact that he hasn’t written anything else since then. I read the book about 8 months ago. Even if I have read other books related to conspiracy theories and UFOs, Gods of Eden was the only one that captivated me because of the way the information is presented, wh [...]

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    17. Bramley’s original research intentions were to research the cause of war. In the course of doing so, what he stumbled upon, is quite extraordinary. However, the book requires the reader to forget everything they think they know and be open minded. If you can do this, then you will be taken on a journey through history like never before.Beginning in Sumeria (modern-day Middle East), Bramley examines the truth of the ancient alien theory and concludes that it is real. These ETs he refers to as t [...]

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    18. Unlike, Leslie Kean's UFOs, Bramley's book is a bit of a stretch. Kind of like watching an Oliver Stone movie, such as JFK, take it with two grains of salt. He did a great deal of research, but some of the connections he makes simply have no basis in fact. However, it is a blast to read and if you take it with those grains of salt, take what you need and leave the rest, you will be entertained. He is a marvelous writer and very creative. His insights and scrupulous research into the Sumerian, As [...]

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    19. Conspiracy theory book that takes some interesting ideas and stretches them way too far. Sometimes it's the simple explanation that works. For example, he implies the assassination attempt on Reagan was part of a conspiracy. I always thought it was former chief spook Poppy Bush talking to his good friend's mentally ill son and suggesting that Jodie would really like it if he shot Reagan, although I suppose PNAC might have been part of it.Anyway, the history in this book droned on, bringing in th [...]

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    20. A lot of this material will be familiar to fans of the ancient astronaut theory and its various offshoots. Some of it is similar to some of the opinions expressed by David Icke. And some of this material is somewhat original. Digging a bit, I learned that the author (William Bramley is a pseudonym) is a former Scientologist, and the influence of that "religion" is evident throughout the book. But, don't let that turn you off from reading it. I certainly don't agree with all of the author's concl [...]

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    21. I think the author is onto something, but I do wish he had written a better, more cohesive book (maybe the author needs to update his book if he is still alive?). The book reads like a summarised history text. There are reams of information (some of it more accurate than others), but the author fails to connect the dots properly, nor does he adequately differentiate between known information and the swirling's of his own mind. The book was ok - it provided food for thought - but it will not be a [...]

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    22. Absolutely the most informative and most well researched book on the subject of the history of intelligent beings having visited Earth tens of thousands of years ago. Setting the path of human development and having a Machiavellian influence in human affairs throughout history. Each chapter of this book could in it's self have been a book. An amazing read and a must read for those interested in understanding a larger picture of human development.

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    23. Very interesting book.

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    24. I REALLY wanted to like this book. However, based on Bramley's frequent use of blatant misinformation about the Bible and Christianity in general, I found myself asking, "In what other ways does he give false information?" He makes many bold, sweeping statements with no support. I read this sort of stuff to learn, but I gravely mistrust the author.

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    25. This was an incredibly dense book that I'd need to read three times to absorb completely. That said, it objectively presented and connected lots of theories and historical events. It introduced many concepts which I look forward to investigating more in additional books.

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    26. very well researched, a joy to read. I loved how he connected the dots, this is vast research that is difficult to find in one spot. highly recommended, although not an easy read. very worthwhile, this book will stay with you.

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    27. Great book, of course it'll be labeled as "conspiracy" for the "common" person.A very interesting perspective of the story and conflicts of the world, anyway, more interesting than the one they teach us in school :)If you've an open mind, read it, if not, don't waste your time.

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    28. Very interesting, but you have to stick it out as i found some parts of the book to be repetitive. It is worth reading though.

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    29. I'm just fascinated by conspiracy theory and Chariots of the Gods is, like, too mainstream?

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    30. amazing book, one of the best in this kind of subject.Subject is HUGE, but author some how great managed to write most important things from the begginning of humanity to our ages.

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