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Chariots of the Gods? Unsolved Mysteries of the Past (1968)

by Erich von Däniken

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Series: Chariots of the Gods (1)

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I remember this book opening my mind to possibilities.This book,no matter what your position,on possible alien life or ancient cultures will make you think. ( )
  LauGal | Aug 16, 2016 |
FOUR Stars!.. Deduct one; a, "Little" - "Stale".. But, "Fun"! As A, sort of, "Compendium" for "Isaac Asimov" - "Stuff"!.. Put it, properly on your "Second-Tier". Especially, "Factual".. Decent, Yes!.. OK!.. "Groovy"!.. ( )
  TimNewey | Aug 11, 2016 |
Open your mind - it's thought provoking and fascinating ( )
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Erich Von Daniken's Explosive Discovery of Mankind's Outer Space Connection

The stunning report that reveals the existence of intelligent beings from another planet who explored ancient earth.

Recent findings and dramatic solutions to man's deepest mysteries -0 from the bible to space-age science.

Evidence that includes:

*The Alien Astronaut preserved in a pyramid temple

*Electric Batteries thousands of years old

*Unexplained maps from the dim past of Earth and the Solar System

*Computer astronomy used by early civilizations from Egypt to the Inca Empire

*The age old secrets uncovered by the Apollo moon landing

*Strange prehistoric airfields

*Lost Cities
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The author attempts to explain such perplexing archaeological discoveries as the stone figures on Easter Island and various temple and cave drawings.

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The author attempts to explain such perplexing archaeological discoveries as the stone figures on Easter Island and various temple and cave drawings.

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