Books about ancient times
Scientists and archaeologists persistently assure us that they know all about our origin and history. In truth, it is not so. Every year it opens new facts that expand incredibly familiar, cozy, but very narrow limits of the modern world.
New book by Michael Baigent, author of numerous bestsellers, forces us to reconsider established notions of evolution, the Dating of the first man, the timing of construction of the Egyptian pyramids and much more. His sensational theory radically changes the conventional view of antiquity and offers a solution 12 of the most inexplicable mysteries of our civilization.
The famous Swiss researcher of the archaeological phenomena Erich von Daniken, the author of eighteen best-selling books, translated into 28 languages, believes that thousands of years ago on Earth landed alien creatures that ancient people believed gods.
“The signs turned into eternity” . The Nazca lines in Peru, is able to confound any, even the most astute mind. This is a truly colossal object, not only grandiose by its geographical extent, but also a fantastic time machine that transports us into the distant past of mankind.
“In the footsteps of the Almighty” . The famous Swiss researcher of the archaeological phenomena Erich von Daniken,the author of eighteen best-selling books, translated into 28 languages, believes that thousands of years ago on Earth landed alien creatures that ancient people believed gods.
“The day was gods.” The name of Erich von Däniken is well known to anyone interested in the mystery of the origin of our civilization. His paleocontact hypothesis, first described in the book “memories of the future” for a long time chained to its author the attention of millions of dedicated followers and opponents.
“Stone age was different” . Everywhere on our planet we find the magnificent megalithic structures – traces of long-vanished cultures. One gets the impression that they were all created according to a single plan. And everywhere, whether Mexico or Colombia or Spain or the South of India, an obscure stone age astronomers erected a giant chronometers, measuring eternity.