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Erich von Daniken, whose books have enthralled millions of readers and listeners around the world, now presents astonishing new confirmation for his revolutionary theories. Erich von Daniken's The Gold of the Gods unveils new evidence of an intergalactic "battle of the gods" whose losers retreated to, and settled, Earth. He explores a vast, mysterious underworld of Ecuador - caves filled with gold and writings in solid gold that go back to the time of the Great Flood, bolstering von Daniken's theory of a prehistoric earthly "era of the gods".

©1972 Erich von Daniken (P)2011 Tantor

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great book

another great book the brings phenomenal ideas to the reader. I only want more of it.

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Forbidden Archaeology / History

Very interesting material. Well narrated. Will probably listen to many times. Enjoyed this one, very much.

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metal library

always love hearing about the metal library in Ecuador! very entertaining! can't wait for the next title

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  • adam
  • 04-07-13

open mind

Ok so its very easy to say that these type of books and the people who read them are crazy but I liked this book its a bit out there but very interesting if you keep an open mind you can still think critically. some of the book really gets you thinking while some parts seem very fantastical. well worth a look

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