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The lost realms: Book IV of the Earth Chronicles (The Earth Chronicles) Mass Market Paperback – March 27, 2007
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ARCHAEOLOGY / HISTORY
When the Spanish conquistadors came to the New World in search of EI Dorado, the fabled city of gold, they instead found stone edifices of massive proportions mysteriously constructed in inaccessible regions--huge monuments built with a skill level and tools yet unknown to the indigenous cultures of that part of the world.
In The Lost Realms, Zecharia Sitchin combines archaeological, mythological, and textual evidence to uncover links between ancient Near Eastern and prehistoric American civilizations--links that explain the Pyramids and "cities of the gods" in Mexico, the Mayan mastery of astronomy, the secrets of the Olmec calendar, and the presence of the oldest metropolis in the Americas on the shores of Lake Titicaca. He discloses answers to the puzzles of the ancient American civilizations-answers that strongly suggest the involvement of "gods" from another planet who made Earth their home.
“A dazzling performance. ...Sitchin is a zealous investigator.”
“Sitchin's pursuit of the earliest available texts and artifacts make possible the wealth of photos and line drawings included in his books from tablets, monuments, murals, pottery, seals, etc. Used generously throughout) they provide vital visual evidence.”
--Rosemary Decker, historian and researcher --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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Gives an interesting look one the Maya and Aztec mystery.