Technology of the Gods: The Incredible Sciences of the Ancients Paperback – 1 Jun 2000
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David Hatcher Childress is the popular author of 20+ science and archeology books and has appeared often on television and radio, including Fox, NBC, CNN, Discovery, The Learning Channel, Art Bell's Coast to Coast, etc. BY THE SAME AUTHOR: Anti-Gravity and the World Grid 0-932813-10-0 Anti-Gravity and the Unified Field 0-932813-10-0 The Free Energy Device Handbook 0-932813-24-0 The Time Travel Handbook 0-932813-68-2 Technology of the Gods 0-932813-73-9
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Overall a very well written book and keeps the reader interested throughout. Definitely recommend to anyone interested in ancient history
As a whole, the book is refreshing and proves that technology of high sophistication existed before, or rather have been in existence for longer than our conventional views of history permit us.
Depends on how you look at it, this book can be taken as support for theory of Atlantis, Sitchin's idea of the Annunakis or even Daniken's Chariots of the Gods.
On the whole, great stuff, and an eye opener!
I found this both an enjoyable and interesting read and it has prompted me to research more into Egyptian and Chinese history in particular.
The author cannot be accused of plagiarism since he gave correct attribution whenever he quoted from another author, but as I had just finished reading Christopher Dunn's book The Giza Power Plant, I was well placed to realise what huge chunks of Mr Dunn's book had been quoted in this book. I would think at least a third of this book consists of quoting the work of other authors.
Lastly, the references were very poor. Nearly every time I thought "What? That can't be right, where's the reference?", there was no reference.
Don't waste your money on this derivative dross.
It is refreshing that it give man more credit for his achievements, even as it can not be understood how this was achieved.
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Excellent source of information although the poor quality of some graphic illustrations lets it down a little.Published 4 months ago by Trevor Camp
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