The Annunaki

The Annunaki
Aliens, Gods or Demons?

Wednesday, 24 December 2014

My new article

Saturday, 20 December 2014

Ways of the Stygia- BannerWays of the Stygia- Banner by Donny Swords
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

An explosive read that will be sure to antagonize mythological ‘purists’ and those with strong religious sentiments based on the Jehovah faiths, it effectively combines Greek, Nordic and Biblical mythology.
A powerful description of the horrors of Purgatory and what awaits the damned, not unlike Dante’s work. Not for those who prefer romance-based or light fantasy.

Yet at the base of it is the age old question of nature vs. nurture when reason is added. Can a soul, birthed in darkness and raised where all is horror, feel an antipathy to what is occurring around him, rejecting his ‘father’, or is he doomed to follow a pre-ordained path? Banner does not succumb to the horrors around him, does not become part of the atrocities, but flees it and receives aid from powerful allies, who, unlike the Mad God, perhaps value a being that can think for himself. They are cold, driven and capable of inflicting carnage of an epic scale, yet they also can be fair, though I suppose one in his right mind would trust them as much, say, a warlord one hears about on the news nowadays.

As a novella it worked well in that it left me wanting to read the books in the series to find out more of the characters and the events Banner alludes to, as he skims over a lot, dropping little nuggets of information here and there. Highly recommended (though I would suggest getting the series rather than reading Banner as a standalone piece).

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<Oblivion's ForgeOblivion's Forge by Simon Williams
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Can't wait to read on to find out what happens next. Excellent start to a series.

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Tuesday, 9 December 2014


Pre-Christmas celebration time!!!

If there is a special someone in your life who is a fan of Alternate History, Mythology, Fantasy involving Goddesses, Priestesses, Serpents and Dragons, then 'Serpent Priestess of the Annunaki' is a perfect gift. And, the ebook is only .99c from Dec 9-11.

Monday, 8 December 2014

New Articles

Put together a list of future articles regarding the Serpent Cult and Dragon Court, collating as many sources of information as possible. Yet some of the ideas I'll be presenting are inflammatory/verging on blasphemy to many people so I am tempted to post and then hide under my blanket fort until the storms pass 

Wednesday, 3 December 2014

Tracing the origins of the Serpent Cult | Ancient Origins

My first article as a guest contributor to Ancient Origins: Tracing the origins of the Serpent Cult | Ancient Origins

Guest post on Ancient Origins

Today my first guest post appeared on Ancient Origins, in which I traced the origins of the Serpent Cult and hypothesized what it may have been and its purpose. I believe its centre of power was in Egypt and it sent out envoys to broker marriages with emerging ruling families in order to solidify its position in a rapidly changing world It is exciting to be able to find examples worldwide to back the theories I base my characters and world on.