I enjoyed this book very much. Similar lines to Forbidden Archaeology but much much easier to read. One added bonus, it also talks about alchemy and reincarnation. I found it to be one of the most enjoyable books I've read being both interested in archaeology, prehistory and spiratuality. One thing for certain; while it critises archaeological and anthropologist institutes for dismissing evidence of ancient sites and artefacts which suggest that man is much older than conventional view allows, it does not dismiss any evidence excavated from sites accepted by 'conventional' experts either which some books of this type unfortunately does. In other words, it is not too one sided but I am rather skeptic over the 'evidence' that humans may have lived at the time of the dinosaurs. Perhaps those footprints were exterrestrial?!! It certainly wouldn't be an easy life to co-exist with the likes of T-Rex and raptors for any of those who saw the film Jurassic Park. I would recommend it but only to broad and open minded people.