The Anunnaki Countdown, Roué Hupsel
Roué Hupsel

The Anunnaki Countdown

From the dark shadows of Neptune and Pluto, suddenly, an unknown planet emerges, which, after a cycle lasting thousands of years, has returned to our solar system and is visible from Earth as a small star.  With her arrival, Nibiru, as the ancients in pre-historic times called her, brings a horror that will afflict the earthlings as, never before.
Those, whom our ancestors considered gods, have returned to reclaim their legacy.  No weapon can withstand this invasion, which is not of a material nature and will mercilessly strike the non-physical part of man — his soul!
An American scholar, specialized in ancient languages, discovers an obscure inscription and image on a clay tablet from ancient Sumer, where mention is made of the return of the gods, who existed at the very beginning of humanity.  This discovery opens his eyes to the indescribable terrifying truths, leading to an on madness bordering awareness that takes its toll and leads to his death.  His son, aided by a wise Indian shaman, begins an almost impossible battle against unknown, sinister, threatening powers that attack humanity at its core.  Thousands of humans are being evicted from their corporeal body.  When these completely unknown entities approach the inhabitants of the White House and attack the president, one fears the worst.
A possible salvation of mankind is hidden in mysterious images and petroglyphs on the Gateway of the Sun in Tiwanaku, Bolivia.  A journey, full of strange and terrifying events, leads the two men to bewildering, unfathomable answers to questions far beyond their intellect.
In Siloam Springs, a small town in the United States, a fierce battle takes place, in which a little boy with incredible psychic powers, hopefully, can turn the tide, provided that both men could wrest the truth from the darkness of oblivion: the unknown past of mankind….

168 printed pages
Original publication



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