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Riassunto: An earth woman who is a direct descendant of the Phoenician/Anunnaki race and married to a high ranking Anunnaki, reveals explosive information about top secret subjects, including the Anunnaki cleansing of the earth in 2022, the destruction of our civilization, earth governments encouraging the acceleration of alien abductions, high-ranking officials adopting Alien Hybrids, the Anunnaki creation of the human race, mistaken religious beliefs, alien technology, and much more. Maximillien de Lafayette is the author of 127 books, including the Anunnaki Encyclopedia, listed on Amazon as one of the 100 best-selling encyclopedias. He is fluent in 7 languages, and in 2005, Yale University School of Law commissioned him to translate the "New Constitution of Iraq" proposed by the White House. Ilil Arbel is the author of several biographies and memoirs, including Maimonides: A spiritual Biography. She has also written short stories and many articles.
L'autore: Author, Maximillien de Lafayette. Co-author, Ilil Arbel is the author of Maimonides: A spiritual Biography, The Lemon Tree, Witchcraft, ,and Miss Glamora Tudor. She has also written short stories and many articles. Ilil has earned a doctorate in mythology and folklore, and contributes Judaic Myths and Folktales to the award-winning Encyclopedia Mythica. Ilil is a member of The Authors Guild. She has lived and studied in Tel-Aviv, Paris, and New York, and currently resides in Manhattan. Co author Lafayette wrote 127 books.
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