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on 1 June 2013
Erick von Daniken at his best...............
wonderful pictures and every thing explained in detail ................
I have been following Erick since the 1960s. I mine of information on this subject ,open minded and versatile with his views.
May he carry on with his travels for many more years.
He had a rocky time in the first few years with well- educated argumentative archaeologist who tried to undermine
his theories, but his love and passion in archeology succeded.
My ambition is to eventually own all of his excellent books, thank you .......
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on 24 July 2017
very pleased
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on 24 December 2013
If you are thinking about buying this you are most likely a fan so I'll spare you the detail, not Erichs best work but it continues the theme and fills in some gaps. Well worth getting for your collection.
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on 22 March 2017
good
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on 9 November 2015
Good book
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on 24 March 2016
great book
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on 23 January 2015
Well the pressies just keep adding up
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on 22 December 2015
Thank you. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
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on 17 January 2001
Once again Erich von Daniken continues to question the established view and interpretation of Historical data, leaving the reader in no doubt that there are many interesting and curious alternatives. He does not hesitate to draw upon many sources of information including his own vivid imagination, to an extent that the reader can only enjoy the variety of questions posed in the text. Has the Great Pyramid been incorrectly attributed for so many years to the wrong builder? why would the Ancient Egytians build so many monuments so clearly attributed to the builder but with the Great Pyramid, constantly fail to declare the Pharoah in who's honour it was built. This book develops many wonderfully lucid theories and delivers many interesting facts not only related to the Pyramids, but those that have attempted to discover it's mysteries. Even to the extent that a current day conspiracy theory exists, to prevent the unravelling of the mystery. History buffs, Sherlock Holme addicts and anyone with an open mind will revel in the facts and ideas posed by this book. The only "sigh" being that the the 270 pages do not appear to be sufficient for such a detailed subject.
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on 6 July 2017
I can't believe this old charlatan is still making money peddling his tripe to the gullible. He is clearly a genius of sorts but this book is very dull.
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