A Hitchhiker's Guide to Armageddon

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Adventures Unlimited Press, Nov 1, 2000 - Religion - 369 pages
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Childress takes us around the world and back in his trippy finale to the Lost Cities series. He is off on an adventure in search of the apocalypse and end times. He has flipped out, and more. Childress hits the road from the fortress of Megiddo, the legendary fortress in northern Israel where Armageddon is prophesised to start. Hitchhiking around the world, Childress takes us from one adventure to another, to ancient cities in the deserts and the legends of worlds before our own. Childress muses on the rising and falling of civilisations and the forces that have shaped mankind over the millennia, including wars, invasions and cataclysms. He discusses the ancient wars of the past, including evidence for ancient atomic wars, and relates the dim past with the present and dim future. With humour, philosophical insight, and wonder at the amazing world around us, Childress shows us the many traces of advanced civilisation in the past, and how we should look at them differently than modern scientists currently do.
  

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Interesting Approach to the Title Subject. It book was crammed full of background research but not overwelming. I think most readers will enjoy this book and learn from it. Read full review

Contents

The Pros Cons of Hitchhiking
9
Beneath the Andes
39
Me Versus the Volcano
73
You Cant Get There From Here
111
Lawyers Guns and Money
143
The Megaliths of Africa
162
Across the Gobi Desert
199
From Scotland to Jerusalem
253
Egypt the Hall of Records
293
Tomorrow Never Knows
341
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About the author (2000)

David Hatcher Childress is the author of numerous books that focus on ancient astronauts, UFOs, and anti-gravity. In Extraterrestrial Archaeology: Incredible Proof We Are Not Alone, Childress uses photographs, drawings, and maps to demonstrate that the moons and planets in our solar system were once, and still are, inhabited by extraterrestrial beings. Childress's Lost Cities series, which includes Lost Cities of North and Central America and Lost Cities and Ancient Mysteries of South America, takes the reader on an incredible adventure through time exploring ancient mysteries and lost civilizations. Other Childress books include Anti-Gravity Handbook and Man-Made UFO's 1944-1994: 50 Years of Suppression, which was written with Renato Vesco. Childress resides in Kempton, Illinois.

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