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The Pfeifferberg Chronicles

A Historical Fiction Trilogy About Events After the Biblical Flood

The Pfeifferberg Chronicles trilogy is inspired by Dr. Bill Cooper’s amazing research documented in After the Flood, intelligent design articles and books, and studies on the Pfeiffer surname and ancestry dating back to medieval days in Austria and Switzerland. In After the Flood, Dr. Cooper documents several Celtic and Caucasian family trees dating back to the days of Noah.

Descent from White Mountains by Dale Pfeiffer
Descent from White Mountains

“Several decades had passed since God blessed Noah and his three sons and said to them, “Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth.” The tribes of Shem, Ham, and Japheth were fruitful and grew numerically, but sadly, the generations of Noah after the flood did what was right in their own eyes. They did not obey the command of God to fill the earth.”

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Of Kings and Chronicles

“After the death of the eight Great Flood survivors, progenitors of all humans, a once peaceful coexistence among the tribal nations of Noah turned violent. Nimrod, the Mighty Hunter and Dragon Slayer, became a mighty warrior and initiated an age of unrest, violence, and bloodshed that lasted for thousands of years.”

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O Foolish Galatians

In the fullness of time and to unite all things in heaven and things on earth, the mystery of godliness and righteousness manifested on earth for all tribal nations to embrace. A second Adam, Immanuel, dwelt among the tribal nations of the earth and changed everything.”

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Endorsements

“With the publishing of The Pfeifferberg Chronicles trilogy, historical novels have entered a new era. By definition, historical novels have to rely on historical documents, and they must, if they are to claim any degree of accuracy, be faithful to the historical record. Dale Pfeiffer, the author of the trilogy, has certainly met that criterion, and he uses as his springboard the most ancient historical documents that have come down to us, namely the tenth and eleventh chapters of the Book of Genesis.” – Bill Cooper, PhD ThD

Thus says the Lord: ‘Stand by the roads, and look, and ask for the ancient paths, where the good way is; and walk in it, and find rest for your souls.’

— Jeremiah 6:16 (ESV)

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Caucasian & Celtic History
Are you curious about your own ancestry? Celtic history? Caucasian history?

Then Dale invites you to come along for a jubilant ride through ancient history as recorded by King Iobaath, the son of Rhodanim, the son of Javan, the son of Japheth, the son of Noah. You will meet familiar and unfamiliar characters along the way.

The Research

While researching Dr. Cooper’s ancient Celtic genealogies and his own ancestry, Dale discovered that one of those ancient chronicles, The Chronicle of the Kings of Britain, records King Alanus as the son of Fetebir. According to this ancient historic chronicle, King Alanus is the father of all the ancient Celtic tribes of Europa. The chronicle mentions the Bavarians as the seed of Negue, the youngest son of King Alanus. Dale understood the Bavarian Celts as ancient Boii-warriors who naturally allied themselves with their tribal cousins and fought to defend their God-given territories from the imperial armies of Julius Caesar.

The Ancestry

Then while continuing to research his ancestry and much later down the timeline of history, Dale discovered that one, Pfeiffer von Pfeifferberg, was knighted in Austria (ancient Bavaria). A succession of Pfeiffer knights were discovered in Switzerland. the first of recorded knights, Jobocus Pfeiffer, is recorded in Swiss ritter chronicles as knighted in 1559. Dale also discovered his family Coat of Arms, a royal mansion in Innsbruck, Austria, once owned by the Pfeiffer family,  and that his branch of the Pfeiffer family migrated north up the Rhine River and settled for two-hundred year as farmers in a small Black Forest town, Rotensol, Germany.

The Tale

So encouraged by friends who knew Dale as a hopeless romantic and a student of ancient world historian, Dale authored The Pfeifferberg Chronicles trilogy. Dale did extensive research into the ancient names associated with the mysterious chronicle of British and Bavarian kings. This research lead to many interesting discoveries which Dale shares with readers in a fun, historical fiction style. Although The Pfeifferberg Chronicles trilogy tells the story of the God-fearing nature of the early Celtic tribes and the eventual reception of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, the author wrote the historical novel to teach ancient history. We can’t erase God from history! Anyone in the world, those who believe in God and those who do not, will benefit from reading Dale’s instructive novels.

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About the Author

Dale R Pfeiffer

Dale R Pfeiffer

The author, Dale R. Pfeiffer, was introduced to ancient history, archeology, and numismatic news through an inspiring junior high history teacher; later in college, Dale earned a B. A. degree in Bible and History. Later in life Dale desired to learn about his family roots, so he purchased a subscription on ancestry.com. There Dale discovered that he was a direct descendent of Pfeiffer homesteaders in Rotensol, Germany, and that one, Pfeiffer von Pfeifferberg, was knighted in Austria where Dale believes the surname originated. This love of ancient history and the experience gained while chronicling his family roots compelled Mr. Pfeiffer to author, The Pfeifferberg Chronicles, an historical novel trilogy.

You are gods, sons of the Most High, all of you; nevertheless, like men you shall die, and fall like any prince.

— Psalm 82:6-7