This is my first time doing a release of more than one book at a time.
I am rebooting my Chronicles of the Watchers series, and these are the first two books.
Chronicles of the Watchers: A Spin-off Series to Chronicles of the Nephilim
What if the pagan gods of the nations were fallen angelic Watchers from God’s throne? Chronicles of the Watchers charts the influence of spiritual warfare on human history, just like Chronicles of the Nephilim and Chronicles of the Apocalypse.
Book 1 is Jezebel: Harlot Queen of Israel
Ancient Israel thought Jezebel was bringing progress and change. She brought Baal, the storm god of Canaan.
Book 2 is Qin: Dragon Emperor of China A Greek warrior travels to ancient China in search of a dragon. He finds Nephilim, Watchers and a mad emperor in search of eternal life.
NOTE: This is a re-release of the novel The Dragon King (2016) with a new title. There is nothing new in the novel. Just different title and cover.
We talked about The Tower of Babel and the Watcher paradigm and how it fits into the Bible and the history of ancient China. The Chinese language is pictorial and embodies elements of the Genesis narrative thousands of years before Genesis was written. How did the ancient Chinese worship ONE God without images in a time when nobody else did, except the Jews? And the Chinese had NO connection with the West or the Jews.
WHAT IS THE ORIGIN OF THE DRAGON? The Bible describes the Dragon as Satan, the serpent, the nefarious rebel and adversary who has his own interest in mind at the expense of mankind. Meanwhile, in the ancient far east, the dragon has been a symbol of authority, royalty and class for a millennia. How might we in the west attempt to understand this seeming dichotomy? Was the ancient far east such as China and Japan influenced by Satan, and thus the dragon imagery? Or is there something else going on? The author of TheChronicles of the Nephilim Series and good friend of the podcast, Brian Godawa, dives into these topics through the Divine Council paradigm in his new book The Dragon King: First Emperor of China. This is the first of the new fiction and fantasy series by Brian called The Chronicles of the Watchers. Brian teamed up with former visual director of Marvel Studios, Charlie Wen, to tell an action-adventure romance rooted in the ancient history and spiritual reality of China.
TOPICS: 0:00 – Introduction 2:29 – Background on Charlie Wen and the Dragon King Story 14:30 – Chronicles of the Nephilim VS Chronicles of the Watchers 20:30 – Real History within a Fantasy Story 26:23 – Strange Structure over the Emperor’s Tomb 30:12 – Most Surprising Research for the Dragon King 35:29 – More on the Dragon King and Emperor’s Story 40:11 – What’s Next for Brian 42:57 – Viewer Questions 44:47 – Future Movies on Brian’s Books 46:59 – Biblical Chinese Dictionary and Research Materials 48:36 – Noahic Connections in the East 49:32 – Why Charlie Wen Left Marvel 50:54 – End of Viewer Questions 51:10 – Contact and Ordering Information 52:46 – Final Thoughts 58:12 – Conclusion 1:01:03 – Outtakes
We talked about my novel The Dragon King: First Emperor of China, and how the history of China has connections to the truths of the book of Genesis thousands of years before Genesis was written. The Tower of Babel, Watchers, and dragons galore!
It speaks of the very thing my new novel, The Dragon King does, that the ancient Chinese language is a pictorial language that embodies the stories and theology of Genesis thousands of years before they ever had contact with the West or the Bible.
It’s 220 B.C. The ancient Western Empire is crumbling. In a desperate bid to save his throne, the Greek king over Babylon sends his son, Antiochus, a dishonored warrior, into the mysterious land of the Far East to capture a mythical creature that will give him absolute power: a dragon. What he finds is an exotic world ruled by a brutal emperor on a mad quest to find the elixir of immortality.
It’s 220 B.C. The ancient Western Empire is crumbling. In a desperate bid to save his throne, the Greek king over Babylon sends his son, a dishonored warrior, into the mysterious land of the Far East to capture a mythical creature that will give him absolute power: a dragon.
By bestselling author, Brian Godawa, and Charlie Wen, past visual director of Marvel Studios.