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Publisher Description

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THE MILLIONS-SELLING BOOK THAT TURNED HISTORY ON ITS HEAD

Part one of a trilogy, followed by MAGICIANS OF THE GODS and AMERICA BEFORE

Fingerprints of the Gods is a revolutionary rewrite of history that has persuaded millions of readers throughout the world to change their preconceptions about the history behind modern society.

An intellectual detective story, this unique history book directs probing questions at orthodox history, presenting disturbing new evidence that historians have tried - but failed - to explain.

This groundbreaking evidence includes:

· Accurate ancient maps that show the world as it last looked during the Ice Age, thousands of years before any civilisation capable of making such maps is supposed to have existed.
· Evidence of the devastating scientific and astronomical information encoded into prehistoric myths.
· The incredible feat of the construction of the great pyramids of Egypt and of megalithic temples on the Giza plateau.
· The mysterious astronomical alignments of the pyramids and the Great Sphinx.
· The antediluvian geology of the Sphinx.
· The megalithic temples of the Andes.
· The myths of Viracocha and Quetzalcoatl.
· The pyramids of the Sun and the Moon in Mexico.
· The doomsday calendar and eerie memories of the ancient Maya.
· The warning from the Hopi of Arizona.

GENRE
History
RELEASED
2011
January 25
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
768
Pages
PUBLISHER
Random House
SIZE
55.3
MB

Customer Reviews

Roughhouse 01 ,

Fantastic

One of the best books I have read

Clive Frear ,

Fingerprints of the Gods

What a fascinating and thought-provoking book. I have, for a long time, been puzzled by the seemingly rapid advancements of the human race as demonstrated by their means to build the pyramids of Giza only a short while (allegedly) after building irregular huts with thatched roofs! It made no sense to me, particularly as it was many years before any real technical skills revealed themselves in subsequent building structures too.
Graham Hancock presents a table of rich facts and hypotheses for the reader to chew over and form his, or her, own opinions from.
I now know I'm correct in my suspicions of the accepted history of these pyramids and others like them. I am also quite horrified by the blinkered views and refusal to accept new ideas demonstrated by revered and authoritative experts on Egyptology.
Not always an easy read because of the relentless bombardment by figures, statistics and controversial ideas, but stick with it and be amazed, inspired and educated!

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