Chariots of the Gods?: Unsolved Mysteries of the Past, Part 3213

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Putnam, 1970 - Archaeology - 189 pages
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All over the world there are fanastic ruins and improbable objects which can not be explained by reference to conventional theories of archaeology, history and religion. Erich von Daniken claims that in prehistoric times, developed species from other planets visited the earth and set our civilisation in train. In the processes they left traces, deliberate or otherwise, that von Daniken has spent the last twenty years collecting. In his introduction von Daniken writes, "This assertion is revolutionary. It shatters the base on which a mental edifice that seemed to be so perfect was constructed. It is my aim to try to provide proof of this assertion."

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A great deal has been said about this book in the 84 years of its publishing history. Time has undone the author and the claims he made in this book which once set the cash registers ringing in ... Read full review

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I'd not ridicule the questions this book raises and propositions this book makes to come off as an austere, "hardcore" science believer. If we can believe in religion, we can't just laugh about theories like this and become scientific minded all of a sudden. Read full review


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