Forty years after the publication of Erich von Däniken's Chariots of the Gods, Philip Coppens revisits the question of whether "ancient aliens" contributed to the birth of human civilization.
©2011 Philip Coppens (P)2011 Tantor
"An important and outstanding contribution." (Erich von Däniken, author of Chariots of the Gods)
There were many ancient things mentioned which I was unaware existed.
I liked how well the interesting history of ideas over the last 200 years is lain out in the book. It's a great history lesson of people's ideas on ancient things and the evolution of those ideas over time.
Very good narration. Could listen to him all day.
I also like how the author doesn't make any outlandish statements however explains the many possibilities of why and how and let's the reader make up there own mind. All round an excellent book and narration. Highly recommend to anyone interested in ancient history.
Yes. There is a lot of information covered in this book. I like to investigate on my own, and then return to the book afterwards.
New info along the same subject lines. There is also additional information and new insight on topics discussed in the past.
Kevin Foley is always great!
This has become one of my favorites to listen to at night. Its a keeper.
We were not created by the aliens to be slaves mining gold.
Lots of documentation is offered that takes away the guesswork. It made a lot of sense.
I was hoping that this book would be a general overall read on the different aspects of ancient aliens and the evidence that people had gathered over the years. The problem was that while it did do this it also overwhelmed with just to much info.
My main problem with this book was that it tried to cover as many theories, examples of evidence, and ideas as possible but did not give enough information or really go as in depth on each of the topics as I would have preferred. I would have rather the author pick just a few examples and covered those a lot more thoroughly than what he did.
Overall, it was a good book but it just wasn't as helpful as I had hoped it would be. I had no problem with Kevin Foley and his reading though.
I thought I'd read or listened to almost all available info on this subject; however, this book had new information I wasn't aware of and it is well thought out with references.
Its a little frightening if this its true and it does all add up and make sense , its frightening cause it makes you have to rethink what you have always been told ( church, religion ) ect. but it doesn't mean of course that there isn't a loving god , which is good.
First book by him that I have listened too.
The possible truth about aliens , ufo`s and us.
I watched this series on TV and found it to be very interesting. I would recommend it to others.
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