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In Search of Ancient Mysteries by Alan…

In Search of Ancient Mysteries (1974)

by Alan Landsburg, Sally Landsburg (Author)

Other authors: Rod Serling (Foreword)

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"I always felt that man is a stranger on this planet. A total stranger. I always played with the fancy maybe a contagion from outer space is the seed of man. Hence our prior occupation with heaven, with the sky, with the stars, the gods, somewhere out there, in outer space."

Eric Hoffer
To Valerie, Michael, their grandmothers, and grandfather and all their ancient ancestors
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The camera was ready. A microphone was clipped to Dr. Leslie Orgel's necktie. The crew of technicians was waiting.
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Did man begin here on Earth or was he sent here from other worlds? Explore the mysteries of the world. Includes 32 pages of startling photos. A book that proposes that man did not originate on earth, but instead comes from space. This book is in the same area as Chariots of the Gods, and other "Ancient Alien" theory.
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