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on May 31, 2017
OK
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on February 3, 2014
Childress hits the home run with lots of topics that focus on the archaelogy (something that I enjoy) and makes it presentable
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on July 21, 2016
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on December 7, 2015
A fun book, heavily illustrated with what appears to be pyramids on the moon & Mars, evidence of an ancient society now extinct. They cant all be natural formations, can they?
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on May 19, 2016
Pictures not clear. Just not worth reading.
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on May 2, 2015
80% fuzzy photos and not enough text.
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on September 27, 2009
David Hatcher-Childress makes his case for the existence of life in our solar system in the ancient past through this book. The use of photographs and illustrations helps one to grasp the arguments and claims he is making. I would recommend this tome for anyone who has an open mind to the possibilities of ancient civilizations to be found in places other than our earth.
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on February 2, 2012
I see a dome... (or is it a pyramid, or a horsey, or a duckey, or just a big rock...?)
The images are so fuzzy and obscure that almost all of them look like natural formations to me. (There are a few, but only a very few, that cause me to think twice, but even then...)
Between the photos, the writing is very sketchy. The author did very little to explain why some of the photographic "evidence" is best explained as artificial structures, and not as something natural.
With better writing and explanaition, this book might have rated 3 stars. But, then again, maybe not.
I recommend against buying this book.
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on April 18, 2013
This book was sent directly to a prison inmate to whom we minister. He cannot buy books for himself and individuals cannot give him a book (probably due to the possibility of contraband being smuggled in). The prison does, however, let booksellers ship direct to inmates. If you have a friend or loved on incarcerated somewhere, this is a great way to brighten their life for a little while. Life in a prison does need some bright spots and the prison system seems to do their best to dim them. Be kind and send a book to an inmate.
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on February 14, 2000
Extraterrestrial Archaeology by Childress is the only book of its kind! It is the only book that I know of that has large format photos of the so-called structures on the Moon. Other books, such as SOMEBODY ELSE IS ON THE MOON by George Leonard or OUR MYSTERIOUS SPACESHIP MOON by Don Wilson are both long out of print. Childress has a run-down, with large illustrations of the various theories and evidence that the Moon is occupied, as well as other planets and moons in our solar system. This book will blow your mind, whether you are a skeptic or a believer!
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