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The Pfeifferberg Chronicles

By Dale R Pfeiffer
Descent from White Mountains by Dale Pfeiffer
Book One: Descent from White Mountains

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The Pfeifferberg Chronicles: Book One: Descent from White Mountains is a glimpse into life in the days of Noah, before and after the Great Flood. Although sourced primarily from the Book of Genesis, the author offers an exciting and unique story-line by weaving ancient Celtic chronicles with elements of Caucasian tradition and archeological discoveries that have enlightened our perspective. Book One in the trilogy is the story of the adventurous life of Japheth, “the Great Voice” and the historical progenitor of all Caucasian tribes, and about his seven magnificent sons: Gomer, Magog, Madai, Javan, Tubal, Meshech, and Tiras. These highly intelligent ancients where in essence the greatest and purest of every Caucasian nation; we are the existential sons and daughters of these super men. These titans were the “wild at heart” that John Eldredge wrote about. Curious readers will learn about what occurred after Noah’s prayer of blessing over Japheth and the expansion of Japheth’s seed into all the coastal territories of the earth. Did you ever wonder what it was like in the days of Noah? Is there a longing for adventure in your heart? Do you have a family chronicle? Could you be the chronicler for your posterity? Dr. Bill Cooper, author of “After the Flood,” writes, “The Pfeifferberg Chronicles, I have no doubt, will often be imitated by future authors, and deservedly so. It has set an important benchmark.”  Descent from White Mountains will inspire you to take a long look at yourself, your ancestry, and perhaps, like Mr. Pfeiffer, your tribal genesis.

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Book Two: Of Kings and Chronicles

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The Pfeifferberg Chronicles: Book Two: Of Kings and Chronicles is the story of the war weary ancestors of King Iobaath, the son of Rhodanim, sojourning in Assuwa (Asia Minor or modern Turkey), of the exploratory voyage of Captain King Alanus and his pioneering sons, and of the emerging Celtic kingdoms of Europa. The first three chapters portray life in Assuwa from approximately 2500 BC to 1200 BC before Captain King Alanus, a spiritual man of great faith and obedience, makes his epic voyage from Alanya of Pamphylia (southern Turkey) to Catalonia of Europa (northeastern Spain) along familiar Phoenician trade routes to the westernmost waters of the Mediterranean Sea in Tarshish. The last four chapters portray tribal life in a young, God-fearing Europa through four successive cultures during Celtic expansion and development categorized by historians in chronological order, as follows: Tumulus culture, Urnfield culture, Hallstatt culture, and Le Tene culture. The story ends in a special period of history that Scripture labels “in the fullness of time” (Apostle Paul’s letter to Galatian Christians). This season in ancient history began during the early days of the Roman Empire after Julius Caesar conquered the wealthy Galatian confederacy who were collectively under the leadership of King Vercingetorix. As in Book One: Descent from White Mountains, the timeline for the chronicle is based on the genealogy of the early British Kings, the Latin text and translation of Nenniun 17 and 18 by Nennius, published in After the Flood, by Dr. Bill Cooper in Appendix 5 and 7.

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Book Three: O Foolish Galatians

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The Pfeifferberg Chronicles: Book Three: O Foolish Galatians trilogy spans a period of time from Julius Caesar, through the Moravian Reformation, and beyond. The story begins with the famous death of the Gaul’s sojourning in what would become the Roman Province of Galatia. The Celtic sons of Captain King Alanus return to their original homeland in what was once known as Asia. Their vision to conquer their Greek cousins and restore the pride of ancient Ilion failed. Being a strongly God-fearing people, the Celtic tribes in Galatia found a kindred spirit among the sons of Eber, the Hebrews. A Galatian king becomes friends with a scholarly Hebrew named Saul from the ancient city of Iopolis. They exchange information and collaborate about their shared heritage. Rumors about a man from Galilee who claims to be God emerges in Israel and captures the curiosity of the Galatian king. After many years, Saul visits the Galatian king in Galatia as he travels throughout Asia. For nearly three hundred years, those that followed the Christ were called, “Christians” in Iopolis. Another king, a Roman soldier, was providentially commissioned to the Roman Province of Noricum back to his ancient Bavaria homeland where he met with great tribulation under the reigning Caesar. After the end of persecution under Constantine, the once persecuted church emerges from various hiding places and unites in conference at Nicene, the land of the ancient Ashkenaz nation. With the powerful State and Church united and with the blessings of the Byzantium Caesar, Christianity spreads through Europa. During the age of feudalism, the Bavarian tribe in the chronicles was given the surname Pfeiffer. During the Reformation, one Pfeiffer son leaves Bavaria and ventures northward up the Rhine River where his builds a colony in the Black Forest. The story ends with the story of one noble Bavarian king, Pfeiffer von Pfeifferberg, is knighted in Austria to defend Western Europe from invasion from tribal nations in Eastern Europe.

The Pfeifferberg Chronicles Trilogy

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Book One: Descent from White Mountains

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The Pfeifferberg Chronicles: Book One: Descent from White Mountains is a glimpse into life in the days of Noah, before and after the Great Flood. Although sourced primarily from the Book of Genesis, the author offers an exciting and unique story-line by weaving ancient Celtic chronicles with elements of Caucasian tradition and archeological discoveries that have enlightened our perspective. Book One in the trilogy is the story of the adventurous life of Japheth, “the Great Voice” and the historical progenitor of all Caucasian tribes, and about his seven magnificent sons: Gomer, Magog, Madai, Javan, Tubal, Meshech, and Tiras. These highly intelligent ancients where in essence the greatest and purest of every Caucasian nation; we are the existential sons and daughters of these super men. These titans were the “wild at heart” that John Eldredge wrote about. Curious readers will learn about what occurred after Noah’s prayer of blessing over Japheth and the expansion of Japheth’s seed into all the coastal territories of the earth. Did you ever wonder what it was like in the days of Noah? Is there a longing for adventure in your heart? Do you have a family chronicle? Could you be the chronicler for your posterity? Dr. Bill Cooper, author of “After the Flood,” writes, “The Pfeifferberg Chronicles, I have no doubt, will often be imitated by future authors, and deservedly so. It has set an important benchmark.”  Descent from White Mountains will inspire you to take a long look at yourself, your ancestry, and perhaps, like Mr. Pfeiffer, your tribal genesis.

They do not know nor do they understand; They walk about in darkness; All the foundations of the earth are shaken.

— Psalm 82:5

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Endorsements

From Bill Copper, PhD ThD

“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. It is a brave man indeed who takes that step in such an age as

Bill Cooper

ours in which the Book of Genesis is held in such contempt. But because he has taken that step, Pfeiffer is able to build a credible sweep of history from those most ancient times up to and including his own Pfeiffer forebears. The Pfeifferberg Chronicles, I have no doubt, will often be imitated by future authors, and deservedly so. It has set an important benchmark.”

—Bill Cooper PhD ThD
Vice President Creation Science Movement
Adjunct Professor Master Faculty
ICR School of Biblical Apologetics

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