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"Altogether, the reflections of these frontier investigators provide a big-picture perspective on the cycle of human existence which challenges orthodox knowledge. If you've not read their works before, this anthology is an ideal place to start." (Nexus Magazine, Vol. 17, No.8, October 2010)
"Fascinating! That's how I found the theories in Lost Knowledge of the Ancients." (Irene Watson, Reader Views, October 2010)
“The face of archaeology has been irrevocably changed . . . This volume brings together a series of essays which explores many aspects of this new domain with papers covering diverse. . .” (Living Traditions Magazine, January 2011)
“This incredible anthology introduces the revolutionary work of cutting-edge researchers who are currently defining a new view of not only the high level of science and technology in the remote past but also the relationship of humanity to cosmic cycles over vast expanses of time. Lost Knowledge of the Ancients may hold the key to our future.” (Robert M. Schoch, Ph.D., author of Voyages of the Pyramid Builders and Pyramid Quest)
“These accounts of ‘lost’ or anomalous knowledge are building blocks of an alternative universe, and, taken altogether, they reveal something of the deep structure of this alternative universe. They also show that this universe made up of anomalies may be more real than the everyday, commonsensical one!” (Mark Booth, author of The Secret History of the World)
ANCIENT MYSTERIES / NEW AGE
“This incredible anthology introduces the revolutionary work of cutting-edge researchers who are currently defining a new view of not only the high level of science and technology in the remote past but also the relationship of humanity to cosmic cycles over vast expanses of time. Lost Knowledge of the Ancients may hold the key to our future.”
--Robert M. Schoch, Ph.D., author of Voyages of the Pyramid Builders and Pyramid Quest
A revolution of thought is under way in our world, fostered by decades of research and well-documented evidence by alternative theory pioneers such as Graham Hancock, John Anthony West, Robert Bauval, and Robert Schoch. These provocative, cutting-edge scholars now represent a direct challenge to the academic establishment as the paradigms of science and history shift and their ideas gain acceptance.
Representing the latest, often controversial findings in scientific and historical research, this anthology of essays commissioned by Graham Hancock, bestselling author of Fingerprints of the Gods, covers the forefront of alternative theories on history, the origins of civilization, technology, and consciousness with topics ranging from quantum philosophy and paranormal phenomena to the ancient use of electromagnetism, the effect of cosmic rays on human evolution, and NASA’s cover-up of ancient Martian civilizations. Recognizing that many recent discoveries are actually rediscoveries of lost knowledge from past civilizations, these authors seek to understand where, within the bigger picture of human knowledge, our present time fits into the cycle of human existence.
Glenn Kreisberg, editor of the Author of the Month page at GrahamHancock.com, is a radio frequency engineer, writer, researcher, and licensed outdoor guide and currently serves as the vice president of the New England Antiquities Research Association. The author of numerous articles and papers, including Lithic Mysteries of the Northeast, he is the founder and editor of the alternative science and history website ASHnews.org. He lives in Woodstock, New York, with his wife and two children.
Thus is not a Graham Hancock book. The essays are pretty specialized and not all in the Hancock vein. On the whole I found this book uninformative and frankly a bore.Published 9 days ago by Echobaker
Love this book! Very informative --love the different perspective!Published 6 months ago by janyock
Ive read about this stuff before. I was looking for something new,not published before. Beware, I have told you the truth IMAO.Published 14 months ago by D. Gutcher
It was a little more technical in some of the chapters than I care for, but a good overall read.Published 15 months ago by Jace L. Martin
To say that this was an interesting read is an understatement of immense proportions, I applaud Mr Hancock and his confreres Robert Bauval, Robert Schoch, John Anthony West and... Read morePublished 19 months ago by John David Hollinger
This is a poorly edited and rambling presentation of re-hashed and re-heated left overs from what was previously appetising fare. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Nick Fondas
This book is written in so the new comer to the genre can follow understand, understand, and enjoy it. All in all a very good read.Published on August 25, 2013 by Charles R. Dalton
Some stuff was good, not as detailed as i like. a rather quick discription of many aurthers intrestes. A young persons reed.Published on May 4, 2013 by Chris