South African author Michael Tellinger has caused quite a stir with his highly controversial epic on the origins of humankind. Slave species of god has now become a real cult epic with readers in over 20 countries. Since its release it has become a steady bestseller in South Africa and a constant good seller in the USA.Tellinger takes the reader on a remarkable odyssey through our human prehistory and draws startling analogies between new discoveries in science, astronomy, genetic engineering and ancient archeological finds, only to point out that most of what we were taught is in fact very questionable.The book reflects a high level of research and investigates a variety of interesting subjects ranging from human nature to human cloning and bravely reevaluates the existing religious dogma enslaving humankind to this day. The arguments are simple and refreshing supported by startling scientific evidence. The question of who we are and where we come from takes on a new meaning as we discover the real possibility that our DNA may have been tampered with at the point of our creation.The book has been praised by readers and academics from around the world as a worthy successor to the genre that deals with this subject. Slave Species of god is highly recommended to those looking for explicit answers to the seemingly chaotic state of our modern world. What do we really know about our human origins? Where did humankind suddenly appear from around 250 000 years ago? Why has humankind been so obsessed with GOLD since the earliest of time? Why is the FLYING SERPENT the creator god in most mythologies? Why do we humans only use less than 3% of our DNA? ...Less than any other species... Media Reviews:"A remarkable book" George Noory - Coast to Coast - USA.