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Graham Hancock is a bestselling author of non-fiction in the alternative history genre, perhaps best known for Fingerprints of the Gods. He is the undisputed leader in the field and his books have proved to be consistent and substantial long-sellers. His two major British TV series (Quest for the Lost Civilisation, 1998, and Flooded Kingdoms of the Ice Age, 2002) put his ideas in front of audiences of millions, and his web site (www.grahamhancock.com) is recognized as a primary research source with over one million page views every month.
Graham Hancock's books have been translated into 27 languages and have sold more than five million copies worldwide. His most recent book is Supernatural: Meetings With The Ancient Teachers Of Mankind.
Rogue Egyptologist Robert Bauval was born in Egypt in 1948. A construction engineer, his interest in Egyptology is long standing, having lived in Egypt and elsewhere in the Middle East for much of his life.
In the 1980s he developed a line of study linking the pyramids and the so-called Pyramid Texts with astronomy and famously published the bestselling The Orion Mystery. His most recent book is The Egypt Code.
I thoroughly enjoyed about 90% of this book. A deep look into history, the ancient origins of mankind and the occult mystery religions, thru the Crusades periods and the disbanding... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mikey Bear
A great "other point of view" book- lots of back up data. I enjoy these two authors because of the independent type research they do.Published 3 months ago by smroog
If you want to learn about the pervasive undercurrents of personality, relationships and both religious as well as esoteric drivers that resulted in the politics of today (as well... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Eric Schrier
Boring and repetitive. There is nothing here that hadn't been said a a hundred times before this book was written and a million times since. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Karen Collingwood