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Kingship at Its Source book. By accepting at face value both the chronological perspective of the Bible and the high longevities of the Noahic patriarchs, biblicists can make sense of Sumerian data and revolutionize the image of world history at its source. To make good on this premise, it is essential to compare and match names from kinglists and mythological pantheons. What emerges from these comparisons is a set of fifty-four feudal and imperial aristocrats who created world civilization in their own image.

by John Davis Pilkey. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9781424191161. Release Date:December 2007.

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The remarkably extended Indian king lists given by Waddell are used only sparingly in Kingship at Its Source for a few selected names to which Waddell gives cross-cultural Sumero-Akkadian identities- Haryashwa for Ur Nanshe and Sagara and Asa Manja for Sargon and Manishtushu. Because these names occur randomly at the 15 th, 37 th and 38 th generations of the solar line of Ayodhya, I have not yet attempted a comprehensive explanation of the Indian list or determined why these few names should pop out of context to agree with Sumerian records.

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John Davies (25 April 1938 – 16 February 2015) was a Welsh historian, and a television and radio broadcaster. He attended university at Cardiff and Cambridge and taught Welsh at Aberystwyth. He wrote a number of books on Welsh history. Davies was born in the Rhondda, Wales, and studied at both University College, Cardiff, and Trinity College, Cambridge. Davies was married with four children.

Literate world history took shape during the course of the third millennium BCE chiefly in the Mesopotamian land of Sumer. There is a vast difference between the way secular scholars process this data and the way believers in the Bible can and should process it. By accepting at face value both the chronological perspective of the Bible and the high longevities of the Noahic patriarchs, biblicists can make sense of Sumerian data and revolutionize the image of world history at its source. To make good on this premise, it is essential to compare and match names from kinglists and mythological pantheons. What emerges from these comparisons is a set of fifty-four feudal and imperial aristocrats who created world civilization in their own image. Once these persons are known, world history loses its aura of randomness and anonymity and takes shape as a single, variously detailed story.

Kingship at Its Source: A Study of the Postdiluvian Age epub download

ISBN13: 978-1424191161

ISBN: 1424191165

Author: John Davis Pilkey

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Contemporary

Language: English

Publisher: PublishAmerica (December 10, 2007)

Pages: 541 pages

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Rating: 4.5

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EXIBUZYW
This is an EXCELLENT BOOK. I read the first edition. I talked to John Pilkey 15-20 years ago (in California) and in the past 5 years. A wonderful knowledgable man. If you want to go deep on the origin of the nations (the original title) get this book. This is not a skip through it read book. It will challenge your literary and historical knowledge into a biblical perspective.
EXIBUZYW
This is an EXCELLENT BOOK. I read the first edition. I talked to John Pilkey 15-20 years ago (in California) and in the past 5 years. A wonderful knowledgable man. If you want to go deep on the origin of the nations (the original title) get this book. This is not a skip through it read book. It will challenge your literary and historical knowledge into a biblical perspective.
Hallolan
This is a seminal and important book. Possibly almost in the same league as "The Genesis Flood" by Morris and Whitcomb. (Though not near as readable for most. ) I was thrilled to find this book having searched and found nothing else that treated our earliest history of civilization from a Biblical perspective. That said, I found more than a few of the details of Pilkey's analysis to be above my pay grade. His premises seem solid (and such a fascinating subject! ), but I just don't have the knowledge-base to know whether all his details add up. I hope Pilkey writes a revision or a parallel text that is more accessible without dumbing it down. This is a serious, scholarly book. What I did understand was well worth the price of admission! I'm currently rereading it and getting more out of it the second time. I strongly recommend this book to anyone who is reasonable well-read and has a strong interest in early post-diluvian history.

Edit 2017 -- I've picked up this book again to see if I could glean anything new from it the third time around. I'm struck anew with how un-understandable it is. My current thinking is that Pilkey is either an utter genius who is incapable of communicating with mortals or he is a mixed up, fluff-head academic with the same disability. I'm not sure there is any way for non-scholars to know which is the case. Pilkey seems to assume his readers have an extraordinary level of knowledge in his field, a level I doubt one in one in five hundred thousand possesses. My original enthusiasm for this book has dampened considerably. It may still be a very, VERY important book. The subject is utterly fascinating and the premise is scintillating. If Pilkey were to read these words I would urge him to get with a very good editor and write a version where he proves what he seems to assume in this book, and write it to a more general audience, say, those with a masters degree education. Trying to follow the story in this version makes trying to drink from a fire hydrant look easy. It's almost as if he sought to write history and analysis of history in the Stream of Consciousness voice with little thought given to giving the reader an understanding of how he arrived at his point of view or helping them to arrive there as well.

A good example of a excellent book in the same genre that IS well written and IS accessible to reasonably well educated people is Bill Cooper's "After The Flood." Anyone with an interest in this area of study knows that good books on the subject are very, very, VERY rare. 'After The Flood" is the best one I've found so far. If Pilkey knows his stuff as well as I hope he does, and could be persuaded to have someone translate his knowledge and thoughts into understandable form, he would do the world a HUGE service. Call it, "Kingship at Its Source for Non-Scholars." I'm pretty sure that it would be beyond painful for him to this, but I dearly hope that he will.
Hallolan
This is a seminal and important book. Possibly almost in the same league as "The Genesis Flood" by Morris and Whitcomb. (Though not near as readable for most. ) I was thrilled to find this book having searched and found nothing else that treated our earliest history of civilization from a Biblical perspective. That said, I found more than a few of the details of Pilkey's analysis to be above my pay grade. His premises seem solid (and such a fascinating subject! ), but I just don't have the knowledge-base to know whether all his details add up. I hope Pilkey writes a revision or a parallel text that is more accessible without dumbing it down. This is a serious, scholarly book. What I did understand was well worth the price of admission! I'm currently rereading it and getting more out of it the second time. I strongly recommend this book to anyone who is reasonable well-read and has a strong interest in early post-diluvian history.

Edit 2017 -- I've picked up this book again to see if I could glean anything new from it the third time around. I'm struck anew with how un-understandable it is. My current thinking is that Pilkey is either an utter genius who is incapable of communicating with mortals or he is a mixed up, fluff-head academic with the same disability. I'm not sure there is any way for non-scholars to know which is the case. Pilkey seems to assume his readers have an extraordinary level of knowledge in his field, a level I doubt one in one in five hundred thousand possesses. My original enthusiasm for this book has dampened considerably. It may still be a very, VERY important book. The subject is utterly fascinating and the premise is scintillating. If Pilkey were to read these words I would urge him to get with a very good editor and write a version where he proves what he seems to assume in this book, and write it to a more general audience, say, those with a masters degree education. Trying to follow the story in this version makes trying to drink from a fire hydrant look easy. It's almost as if he sought to write history and analysis of history in the Stream of Consciousness voice with little thought given to giving the reader an understanding of how he arrived at his point of view or helping them to arrive there as well.

A good example of a excellent book in the same genre that IS well written and IS accessible to reasonably well educated people is Bill Cooper's "After The Flood." Anyone with an interest in this area of study knows that good books on the subject are very, very, VERY rare. 'After The Flood" is the best one I've found so far. If Pilkey knows his stuff as well as I hope he does, and could be persuaded to have someone translate his knowledge and thoughts into understandable form, he would do the world a HUGE service. Call it, "Kingship at Its Source for Non-Scholars." I'm pretty sure that it would be beyond painful for him to this, but I dearly hope that he will.
Najinn
amazing stuff
Najinn
amazing stuff
Skrimpak
I've followed John's work for 25 years. Am still amazed and learning. No one has yet to come up to this standard of Ancient Near Eastern Origins of Man.
Some other equally valuable resources are the following books:
John Pilkey's "Origin of Nations" - the first book of the subject;
Craig White's book, "In Search of... The Origin of Nations", and my 'in progress' book: "The Patriarchs of Genesis-10" at weirdvideosDOTcom/preface.html
Don't be a 'monkey' about it all, enjoy your true Biblical roots!
Skrimpak
I've followed John's work for 25 years. Am still amazed and learning. No one has yet to come up to this standard of Ancient Near Eastern Origins of Man.
Some other equally valuable resources are the following books:
John Pilkey's "Origin of Nations" - the first book of the subject;
Craig White's book, "In Search of... The Origin of Nations", and my 'in progress' book: "The Patriarchs of Genesis-10" at weirdvideosDOTcom/preface.html
Don't be a 'monkey' about it all, enjoy your true Biblical roots!