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DNA of the Gods
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Table of Contents


Acknowledgments

Introduction


1 Gods' Cravings for Power and Control

2
The Anunnaki Science

3
The Genetic Engineering of the Adamic Humanity

4
Falsities that Carried Enormous Consequences

5
Women Under the Yoke

6
Eden--The Third Leap in Adamic Evolution

7
Enki and the Wisdomlines from Sumer and Egypt

Conclusion

Bibliography

About the Author

Index

About the Author

Chris H. Hardy, Ph.D., holds a doctorate in ethno-psychology. A cognitive scientist and former researcher at Princeton's Psychophysical Research Laboratories, she has spent many years investigating nonlocal consciousness through systems theory, chaos theory, and her own Semantic Fields Theory. The author of many research papers and published books, including The Sacred Network, she lives in France.

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"Some of the strangest theories are also the most fascinating, especially if they involve human nature and deep mysteries from the ancient past. Anyone who thinks they really understand reality doesn't have a clue. Enjoy this thoughtful and creative exploration of human origins and what it is to be us." * Allan Leslie Combs, Ph.D., doshi professor of consciousness studies and director at CIIS Center for *
"We need writers like Chris Hardy to give us space to think beyond the pale; to draw us into the unknown and challenge our assumptions. To read her work is to realize how mundane the life of the mind may be for the rest of us who may not be brave enough to explore the meaning of our ancient dreams. She is chasing the shadows of our humanity and for that we can be grateful." * Linda F. Dennard, Ph.D., professor of public policy and international relations at Auburn University *
"In this thought-provoking and remarkable book, Chris Hardy illustrates the way the role of women in societal development has been marginalized in modern times. She uses ancient mythological accounts that demonstrate that a more equitable and more feminist approach was once in vogue but was eclipsed when male-dominated writers co-opted recorded history. Hardy couples this well-founded assertion with the provocative suggestion that human evolution was given a jumpstart by extraterrestrial agencies. Readers may agree or disagree with Hardy, but they will never be bored as they wend their way through DNA of the Gods." * Stanley Krippner, Ph.D., coauthor of Personal Mythology and Becoming Psychic *
"Excellently researched and easy to read, this book honors the work of Zecharia Sitchin with updated science and philosophies proving ancient man was genetically manipulated by an alien hand." * Xaviant Haze, author of Aliens in Ancient Egypt and coauthor of The Suppressed History of America *

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