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By Glenn Kreisberg

ISBN-10: 1591431174

ISBN-13: 9781591431176

Thinkers on the leading edge in replacement theories on background, the origins of civilization, know-how, and recognition

• With contributions via Graham Hancock, Robert Bauval, Mark sales space, Richard Hoagland, Robert Schoch, John Anthony West, and others

• issues diversity from quantum philosophy and paranormal phenomena to the key heritage of NASA, immediate polar shifts, and old Martian civilizations

• Explores the place our current time matches into the cycle of human life

A revolution of concept is lower than approach in our international, fostered through many years of analysis and well-documented facts through replacement thought pioneers comparable to Graham Hancock, John Anthony West, Robert Bauval, and Robert Schoch. those provocative, state-of-the-art students now signify an immediate problem to the tutorial institution because the paradigms of technology and background shift and their rules achieve reputation.

Representing the newest, usually arguable findings in medical and old learn, this anthology of essays commissioned by means of Graham Hancock, bestselling writer of Fingerprints of the Gods, covers the leading edge in replacement theories on historical past, the origins of civilization, know-how, and realization with issues starting from quantum philosophy and paranormal phenomena to the traditional use of electromagnetism, the impression of cosmic rays on human evolution, and NASA’s cover-up of historic Martian civilizations. spotting that many contemporary discoveries are literally rediscoveries of misplaced wisdom from prior civilizations, those authors search to appreciate the place, in the larger photo of human wisdom, our current time matches into the cycle of human existence.

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