Our Occulted History

  • by Jim Marrs
  • Narrated by Dave Courvoisier
  • 11 hrs and 53 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

We are not alone.
And we never have been....

For years we've been taught that human progress has been a long, slow climb from the primordial ooze to hunter-gatherers to empires. But what if that's only part of the story?
Best-selling author and legendary conspiracy researcher Jim Marrs, who has investigated the recent financial crisis, the JFK assassination, and the national socialist takeover of America, now takes on his biggest subject: the history of mankind. Offering mind-blowing information that will radically alter the way we think about the world and our place in it, Marrs goes beyond the revelations of his classic Alien Agenda, interweaving science and authentic archaeological finds with provocative speculation to show how human civilization may have originated with nonhumans who visited Earth eons ago...and may still be here today.
Our Occulted History overturns conventional knowledge and beliefs, presenting compelling evidence that the Earth once hosted prehistoric civilizations using technologies that very well may have surpassed our own. Sound unbelievable? Just a few hundred years ago, so was the concept that the Earth revolved around the sun.
Marrs sifts through the historical, scientific, and cultural record, showing how numerous ancient texts and tablets tell of visitors from the stars colonizing the earth. From the flying vimanas of the Hindu Vedic literature and the flying shields reported by the Romans to the mysterious airships of the 1800s and the UFOs of today, he argues that someone other than us is still present on this planet. But are these visitors simply observers - or do they play a much more active and controlling role? Jim Marrs raises this shocking question and more in the provocative and persuasive Our Occulted History.
The truth is out there...and in here.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Brings it all together!

Would you consider the audio edition of Our Occulted History to be better than the print version?

This is a no-brainer for me because I don't have the time or good eyes to READ a book any more.

Who was your favorite character and why?


What about Dave Courvoisier’s performance did you like?

The narrater did a decent job, but I agree with other reviewers that the accents were a bit distracting. Having said that, I can see why he did it, because the way the author was including so much research material, it would have been difficult to distinguish between what THEY were saying vs what HE was saying. The accented narration made it clearer who was talking.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?


Any additional comments?

I've been seeing more and more lately that has convinced me that our planet, at the very least, has had extraterrestrial visitors in the past. This book does a great job of bringing a huge amount of disparate evidence together to make that case even more convincing! Mr. Marrs, as always, does meticulous research, and makes this reality pretty hard to ignore. Loved the book!

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- Ronald Castle

Embarrassing performace

What disappointed you about Our Occulted History?

The narrator. He didn't take the time to research the correct way to pronounce names such as 'Ick" rymes with "Like" not "pick." He would go into a silly high pitched voice when he was reading a "'British" character. Otherwise he was just vanilla.

How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?

Get a professional reader that cares about his craft.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Dave Courvoisier?

The author. Honestly? Anybody that has a pulse.

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

Interesting subject matter.

Any additional comments?

The book was not badly written. It was just a hodge podge of collected stories with no real depth of research. But, the narrator didn't have enough respect for the work to even try. If he was trying then it's really sad.

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- Stephen Snead

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-12-2013
  • Publisher: HarperAudio