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by Erich Von Daniken

  • ISBN: 0552100730
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  • Author: Erich Von Daniken
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Corgi; New Ed edition (1976)
  • Pages: 224 pages
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  • Rating: 4.2
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A rare book of pictorial evidence of ancient and mysterious artifacts scattered all over the earth by unknowns who . So, its nice to get books like these. The first book that I read of Erich Von Daniken was Chariots of the gods

A rare book of pictorial evidence of ancient and mysterious artifacts scattered all over the earth by unknowns who dabbled in esoteric knowledge of this world and out-of-this world. This book by Von Daniken for anyone who flips through its pages will be a point of departure to re-think the past to ponder and question. Perhaps it might help you rise above the everyday mediocrity and mind numbing everyday trivialities. The first book that I read of Erich Von Daniken was Chariots of the gods. I even remember watching it back on the 70's at the old drive in theater. The part about the flying snake is very interesting.

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Yes, then the impossible becomes possible. This book is sort of a short illustrated guide to all other books written by Daeniken. It is very interesting and contains lots of pictures and graphics missing from his original works. Tam incelemeyi okuyun. If you have enjoyed any of Daenikens works (Chariots of Gods etc) you’ll like this one. Recommended.

SEPTEMBER 1975
Reviews about In Search of Ancient Gods: My Pictoral Evidence for the Impossible (7):
Kahavor
This is an interesting book. I first flipped through it and I shrugged in a sort of an egotistical way because I knew 9/10ths of what was in this book. That was my mistake. I wrote a review for this book that had it saying 3/5 and that don't buy it if you aren't a von Daniken fan, but that was a mistake as in my own books I seem to always be referencing it.

New review:

Having an enormous amount of pictures along with texts, the pictures in here are a collection of the figures von Daniken talks about in his other books, such as Gold of the Gods, Chariots of the Gods?, and so forth.

There are one or two pieces that I do not agree with in his interpretaton, and there are a few pictures I wish he would have added (as the pieces were available in the time this book was written) that Zecharia Sitchin has now nabbed into his books (probably the most notable one being the Sumerian seal having a picture of our solar system on it).

Regardless of if you agree with von Daniken or not, try this book out. If anything, it is one heck of a conversation starter!

4/5
John McAdam, author of:
Were Ancient Gods From Other Planets?
Am I Mad or Coherent?
Tisicai
One of my favorite books ever! A must read for anyone interested in ancient artifacts, unusual phenomenons and evidence that the earth was visited by "Ancients Gods" - extraterrestrial beings of some sort thousands of years ago. Per Erich's theories, they came to help us grow and develop as a society - to teach those of that time about all of the wonders of our planet's energy and give us information far more scientifically advanced than that of even today's technology. While reading this book, be prepared to think, to speculate and to be in awe.
Weiehan
A rare book of pictorial evidence of ancient and mysterious artifacts scattered all over the earth by unknowns who dabbled in esoteric knowledge of this world and out-of-this world. This book by Von Daniken for anyone who flips through its pages will be a point of departure to re-think the past to ponder and question. Perhaps it might help you rise above the everyday mediocrity and mind numbing everyday trivialities. Read it, flip through it take a journey and transcend yourself. Darie Petrovic NY 2011 AD
Dordred
Imagine my surprise when I got a first edition copy!!! My husband loves Von Daniken and this was bought as his birthday present, I would give this 10 stars if I could!
Gardagar
Great book, makes you think.
Kagda
Any Daniken completist would like this book; if you are looking for useful information, however, forget it
Honeirsil
Excellent book. The pictures, are very good. In fact, that is what makes these older books so good. Many of the pictures you will not see in other books like these. Some of the pictures that were taken inside the Baghdad Museum of the statues, the statues are not around any longer, or the heads were removed. So, its nice to get books like these. The first book that I read of Erich Von Daniken was Chariots of the gods. I even remember watching it back on the 70's at the old drive in theater. The part about the flying snake is very interesting. But, some of those stone snake figures look like dragons to me. (The stone heads.) I also don't think all the technology, came from off planet visitors.We did have a golden age. But it is true the technology came from someone or some where.
I didn't believe a thing von Däniken had to say; most of his book is simply conjecture, pseudo-archaeology, and coincidence. He also didn't use any chapters in his book, so all the information just sort of flows together, punctuated often by his so-called pictorial "evidence." I'm sorry, but why is anyone going to believe that ancient rock petroglyphs are really images of ancient astronauts? Even the evidence he uses doesn't support his conclusions, which he expounds at the end of the book.

Despite the credibility of his evidence and the conclusions based on that evidence, I did enjoy the book. It was really interesting to learn about some of the places and objects that von Däniken uses as evidence, and I especially liked the pictures he used in his book. They help clarify his theories, and they're also just plain interesting. I also really enjoyed the conclusions that he came up with based on his dubious evidence; I didn't believe any of it, but it was still very interesting.

I don't know, maybe I just like the concept of extraterrestrials so much that the book was interesting to me. The title does say it all, though: This stuff really is impossible. Only a conspiracy theorist would truly believe von Däniken's "theories."

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