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6/12/14 Did Extraterrestrial Gods Play a Part in our Evolution? Alex Teplish

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alex teplishGraphic Novel Author
and Ancient Astronaut Researcher

Alex Teplish

What if Ancient Astronauts/Gods visited Earth thousands of years ago?
What does that mean about our DNA and our relationship to these “gods”? Will they return or are they still here?

Alex Teplish returns to FarOutRadio with Scott Teeters this program.  Alex is the creator and author of a very popular Science Fiction Graphic Novel “In the Beginning, The Epic of the Anunnaki”.

In The Beginning Book Cover

Just after World War II ended, the emphasis was getting the world back to normal. The sense of relief was so extreme that hardly anyone paid attention to what may well be the most important archeological discovery of the last two millennia – the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls in 1946. The scrolls are important because modern scholars were able to read the writings directly – not edited commentary “about” ancient scrolls. These were the cleanest accounts of ancient times. Once translated, the story contained in them revelations about our beginnings (astronauts/gods from outer space) that were almost too much for most to believe.

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5/21/14 Who are the Anunnaki and did they “Seed” the Human Race?

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Alex Teplish on FarOutRadioBasic RGBGraphic Novel Illustrator and Author:
Alex Teplish

Who are the Anunnaki? Ancient Astronauts/Gods that visited Earth thousands of years ago?

We have a new guest for you this program. His name is Alex Teplish and he’s the author and illustrator of the Science Fiction Graphic Novel “In the Beginning, The Epic of the Anunnaki”.

PLEASE VISIT ALEX TEPLISH’s WEBSITE FOR MORE INFO ABOUT THIS AMAZING BOOK.
GO HERE:
InTheBeginningTheBook.com.

In The Beginning Book CoverWorld War II was arguably the biggest, most important world-changing event of the 20th century. It was such a nightmare that after The Axis Powers surrendered on May 8, 1945 and then the surrender of Japan on September 2, 1945, the world breathed a sigh of relief. For war-torn Europe, Japan, and the South Pacific, it was time to rebuild. For America, it was time to go back to life.

The relief was so extreme that hardly anyone paid attention to what may well be the most important archeological discovery of the last two millennia – the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls in 1946. The scrolls are important because modern scholars were able to read the writings directly – not edited commentary “about” ancient scrolls. These were the cleanest accounts of ancient times. Once translated, the story was almost too much for most to believe.

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