Stone Heap of the Wildcat: Pomes and Photographs Out Of: Israel, the Rephaim Circle, and Gaza
Publication date: November 2010
Digital Book format: PDF (Adobe DRM)
Dr. Siluk had taken a pilgrimage with his wife and a group, to include the well-known Father Manuel Rodriguez, Television Evangelist, from Lima, Peru in July of 2010: a poetic journey for him, visiting many sacred sites; traveling throughout Israel (i.e. Jerusalem, Galilee, Tiberias, etc.).
The author took a side trip with Professor, Dr. Alon Gelbman, of National Geographic, into the Golan Heights, visiting "Stone Heap of the Wildcat" home of the Rephaim Giants, offspring of the Angelic Renegades, the Watchers, from the Chakolithic period-(4500-3300 BC).
Now for the first time you can read in verse and short prose, stories, see in photographs this site, along with commentaries on the Giants.
Included is a section: "The Color of Gaza," with photographs never before seen until now; poems and explanations on the ongoing conflict there-these are the author's impressions of the times.
"(Dr. Siluk's new book: Stone Heap of the Wildcat): ...wonderful with enlightening poems which draws you in about life in the past and present of Israel and Gaza. ...where once giants warred. ...that captures the reality faced by people living in Gaza that I have only seen on the news."
Dalvir Hayer, Administrator (Article Magazine) UK