Archive for May 7th, 2011

Unknown Ancient Monuments in Colorado?

Church of Darwin, Uncategorized, Unexplained Artifact | Posted by Chris Parker
May 07 2011

Is this an ancient monument from some ancient civilization or simply a case of versimultude? Reader simply says that he took these photos while hiking somewhere in Colorado.

“I live in Grand junction Colorado USA
The henot d statue is about 5 1/2 foot tall or so.
The full body status is around 20 foot tall.
There is a lot of other stuff around the area, Some of it is Spanish I think?
Can anyone tell me anything about them?

He did have coordinates or a specific location for the “monuments” but says that he knows where they are.

New Book From “Days of Peleg” Author Jon Saboe

Church of Darwin, Religious, The Flood of Noah, Uncategorized | Posted by Chris Parker
May 07 2011

Photo:New cover;The Days of Peleg

Peleg’s Log!

New Cover! — Plus Better Late than Never!

When we first launched Peleg’s Log I promised that it would be infrequent and sporadic—but I never intended to wait for more than a year between issues!

Needless to say, a great deal has happened both personally and professionally in the intervening time, but currently there is a lot of excitement and activity that we wanted to share.

First, the publisher has created a new cover for the Fourth Edition of The Days of Peleg—to coincide with the soon-to-be released, The Days of Laméch. They wanted the cover art to be similar, since Lamech is a prequel, and they plan to market both books as a set.

Secondly, our goal is to have The Days of LamĂ©ch available from all distributors by June. Yes, June of 2011. I know we were referring to 2010 when we said “spring” in our previous log, but unfortunately those “personal and professional” issues forced everything back one year.

I have received numerous requests and a great deal of encouragment concerning LamĂ©ch—including a few exhortations from Facebook friends telling me to get off of FB and get writing! We are happy to say that the final sections are at the editor’s and we will be posting additional excerpts, plus, as soon as we get the new cover from the publisher, we’ll let you know!

I want to encourage everyone who is on Facebook to “like” the Peleg Fan Page if you have not done so already, and to also “like” the Barnes & Noble Peleg page as well:

Days of Peleg Page

To help promote The Days of Laméch we would like to create a contest or some kind of marketing hook. If anyone has any ideas, please let us know.

Finally, I want to thank all of you so much for your support, encouragement, and patience. I consider each one of you a friend – whom I am both honored and humbled to serve.

I hope you enjoyed this edition of Peleg’s Log.


Jon Saboe
Days Of

Days of Peleg Synopsis (Historical-Biblical Fiction):Why Is Humanity Dying?
It is now one hundred years since the Great Awakening, and the human race is finally colonizing the world with new settlements and centers of commerce. Reu-Nathor, High Minister of the Citadel, announces an expedition to explore their new world, and Peleg is commissioned as Chief Cartographer aboard the Urbat.

Peleg’s core beliefs are challenged and his sense of reality is undermined by the new cultures and tremendous tragedies he encounters during his twelve-year voyage.

But he has also been given a secret mission to discover the answer to the one question that no one dares to ask aloud:
Why is the human race dying?

What he discovers forces Peleg to re-evaluate all he has ever known—and also provides him with staggering revelations that will determine the eternal destiny of the entire human race!

About The Days of Peleg

Set in ancient Mesopotamia, The Days of Peleg is an action-filled, yet thought provoking epic which combines the enigmas and mythologies of ancient civilizations with the intrigue of hard science fiction. Issues as diverse as origins, linguistics, and phenomenology are concealed within an exciting narrative that boasts diverse characters embarked on an unimaginable journey.
You will never think of ancient man in the same way again.

The Days of Peleg provides an exhilarating yet entertaining look at who we once were—and who we may one day become.

After the Flood; A Graveyard Planet-Video

Church of Darwin, Religious,, Science, The Flood of Noah, Unexplained Artifact | Posted by Chris Parker
May 07 2011

We Stand on the Shoulders of Those Who Came Before Us –but Also on Their Heads, Backs, Stomachs and Feet! (and etc.) : Prologue Of all that lived prior to the flood; (flora and fauna) w e have burned their bodies or their remains for thousands of years for fuel. We utilize them in our cars and our machines. Their Detritus in their current forms are used to build houses and walls and streets and as binding agents. The mountains that we climb are made up of the remains of microscopic dead animals.

The chemicals that made up the bones of the pre-flood living are used to fertilize our crops and gardens. Their remains may even be worn around our necks or on our fingers as jewelry. This planet is a vast graveyard and the life that existed before the flood is buried or entombed all around us-and are mute witnesses to Genesis.

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