Heaven's Mirror: Quest for the Lost Civilization

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Three Rivers Press, 1998 - Science - 336 pages
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InHeaven's Mirror, author Graham Hancock continues the quest begun in his international best-seller Fingerprints of the Gods: to rediscover the hidden legacy of mankind and to reveal that "ancient" cultures were, in fact, the heirs to a far older forgotten civilization and the inheritors of its archaic, mystical wisdom.

Working with photographer Santha Faiia, Hancock traces a network of sacred sites around the globe on a spectacular voyage of discovery that takes us from the pyramids and temples of ancient Egypt to the enigmatic statues of Easter Island, from the haunting ruins of pre-Columbian America to the splendors of Angkor Wat. It is a journey through myth, magic, and astounding archaeological revelations that forces us to rethink the cultures of our lost ancestors and the origins of civilization.

The first fully illustrated book by Graham Hancock,Heaven's Mirroris a stunning and illuminating tour of the spirituality of the ancients--a search for a secret recorded in the very foundations of the holiest sites of antiquity.

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User Review  - Doris Pearson - Goodreads

Very enjoyable and informative. This was a library loan, want my own copy so I can spend time studying it. Read full review

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User Review  - Johnny Martin - Goodreads

Extensively researched and beautifully photographed, one of my all-time favourite books on ancient mysteries! Introduced me to the legendary Mesoamerican city of Teotihuacan, the enigmatic Easter ... Read full review

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Contents

THE FEATHERED SERPENT AND THE FLAYED MAN
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ON EARTH AS IT IS IN HEAVEN
54
SANCTUARIES OF THE COSMOS
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About the author (1998)

Graham Hancock has traveled around the world writing books and filming movies on archaeological discoveries and their connection to our distant past. He is the author of the best-selling Fingerprints of the Gods, The Sign and the Seal, and The Mars Mystery.

Santha Faiia is an internationally published photographer specializing in ancient cultures and monuments. She lives in Devon, England, with her husband, Graham Hancock.

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