Chariots of the Gods (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Jan 1, 1999 - History - 192 pages
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The breakthrough book that was immediately recognized as a work of monumental importance when it first introduced the theory that ancient earth had established contact with aliens.

This world-famous bestseller endures as proof that Earth has been visited repeatedly by advanced aliens from other worlds. Erich von Däniken examines ancient ruins, lost cities, space-ports, and a myriad of hard scientific facts that point to extraterrestrial intervention in human history. Most incredible of all, however, is von Däniken's theory that we ourselves are descendants of these galactic pioneers--and the archeological finds that prove it: Sophisticated batteries found in Bronze Age cities An alien astronaut preserved in a pyramid Thousand-year-old spaceflight navigation charts Computer astronomy from Incan and Egyptian ruins A map of the land beneath the ice cap of Antarctica A giant spaceport discovered in the Andes

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Very thought provoking and well researched! - Goodreads
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User Review  - Chad Oakley - Goodreads

EVD wrote an interesting, but not well-sourced book. Recommended reading prior to applying to the illuminati. Read full review

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User Review  - Adithya Viswanathan - Goodreads

This is the first book i read apart from my academic books. My interest towards alien life forms made me read this book. After reading this book everything became so clear, all the stories about 'Gods ... Read full review

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Erich von Däniken is the author of the worldwide bestseller Chariots of the Gods and its follow-up, The Eyes of the Sphinx, in addition to over two dozen other books.

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