The Sumerian Controversy

The Sumerian Controversy : A Special Report: The Elite Power Structure Behind the Latest Discovery Near Ur

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There are new excavations underway in ancient Mesopotamia (modern day Iraq). Join writer, researcher, and archaeologist, Dr. Heather Lynn, as she investigates who is behind the latest Sumerian discovery near the ancient city of Ur. What is its connection to big oil, bankers, and elite families? Among many of the new artifacts, one stands out that has been quickly shipped off for analysis. It speaks of royal bloodlines... This report is the first part of a series of briefings designed to keep the public informed on this unfolding story. It will leave you with more questions, than answers, with the goal that you become engaged in the process of investigation. If we work together, the truth can be brought to light. Any profits from the sale of this publication go directly to support the Society for Truth in Archaeological Research (STAR). *****Update***** You answered the call! Thanks to the collaborative work of the readers, information and leads have poured in, leading to a number of breaks in the story. The follow-up to The Sumerian Controversy has been announced as a full, 225 page book with more discoveries, more answers, and more intrigue. The new book, Land of the Watchers (ISBN-13: 978-1489598028), presents an unbiased look at the theories and beliefs of today's leading experts and blows the lid off the accepted historical narrative. Look for it this year!show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 54 pages
  • 148 x 224 x 8mm | 100g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1484836855
  • 9781484836859
  • 300,807

About Dr Heather Lynn

Dr. Heather Lynn is a writer, researcher, and renegade archaeologist. She is president of the Society for Truth in Archaeological Research (STAR) and a member of the World Archaeological Congress. In addition to being featured regularly on radio and television programs, she speaks at various conferences and events throughout the year. Her research topics include hidden history, ancient mysteries, mythology, and spirituality. She lives in New England. Official Website: www.drheatherlynn.comshow more