The Return of the Gods: Evidence of Extraterrestrial


The Return of the Gods: Evidence of Extraterrestrial Visitations ❰EPUB❯ ✸ The Return of the Gods: Evidence of Extraterrestrial Visitations Author Erich von Däniken – Thomashillier.co.uk With over photographs, specially designed maps, models, and drawings, Von D niken applies the same fact filled analysis to Nazca that launched his Chariots of the Gods to continuous bestsellerdom He With overphotographs, specially designed maps, models, and of the PDF Å drawings, Von D niken applies the same fact filled analysis to Nazca that launched hisChariots The Return Epub / of the Gods to continuous bestsellerdom He reports on his many visits to the lost civilization of Nazca, an ancient, isolated settlement deep Return of the ePUB ✓ in the Peruvian desert He analyzes aerial views and closeups of extraordinary markings that stretched across the land for miles, forming complex shapes and designs unnoticed from the ground but unmistakable from the air How could primitive people have achieved such an amazing feat Von D niken concludes Forget the theories about religious rituals, irrigation systems, and astrological calendars these are creations of extraterrestrials Impossible to explain or even envision from the ground, the mile long landing strip, the curious etchings of beasts, and the immense geometric designs and giant mandalas are simple to execute if their creators could see them from the air.


10 thoughts on “The Return of the Gods: Evidence of Extraterrestrial Visitations

  1. Manuel CV Manuel CV says:

    Bueno son muchas las cosas que se tenemos que meditar sobre este libro, por qu si bien hay veces que no queremos salir de nuestra zona de confort, menos cambiar nuestra forma de pensar de algo que por cultura y educaci n nos han inculcado por generaciones y si bien el autor toca un tema muy importante sobre los conocimientos cientifico y tecnol gicos que tenemos en la actualidad y el pasado no significa que todo sea verdadero y que en los libros siempre hay lagunas de informaci n en reas de in Bueno son muchas las cosas que se tenemos que meditar sobre este libro, por qu si bien hay veces que no queremos salir de nuestra zona de confort, menos cambiar nuestra forma de pensar de algo que por cultura y educaci n nos han inculcado por generaciones y si bien el autor toca un tema muy importante sobre los conocimientos cientifico y tecnol gicos que tenemos en la actualidad y el pasado no significa que todo sea verdadero y que en los libros siempre hay lagunas de informaci n en reas de investigaci n que solo atraves de la experimentaci n y el tiempo es como podemos formular m s a detalle el por qu de la creaci n de la vida en nuestro planeta Ojo no digo que los libros est n mal sin embargo no tenemos las respuestas para todo.Hay cosas que me parecieron absurdas pero otras me sorprendi muchisimo, soy una persona realmente religiosa pero por otra parte tengo una formaci n cient fica que me invita a cuestionar m s la informaci n que tenemos en la actualidad y analizar m s a detalle todas las im genes, figuras y escritos que tienen cierta similitud en civilizaciones de nuestros planeta


  2. A.E. Shaw A.E. Shaw says:

    I adore this book I bought it as soon as the translation came out, because I was a weird teenager, and read it over and over Not necessarily because I m a believer, or because I m crazy for extra terrestrial tales, I just love the haphazard and chaotic way von D niken writes, flitting from IMPORTANT POINT to YOU LL NEVER GUESS WHAT to RANDOM FICTIONAL IMAGINING and so on It s a quick and easy read, with room for every facial expression from eye rolling to grinning to actually, now you mentio I adore this book I bought it as soon as the translation came out, because I was a weird teenager, and read it over and over Not necessarily because I m a believer, or because I m crazy for extra terrestrial tales, I just love the haphazard and chaotic way von D niken writes, flitting from IMPORTANT POINT to YOU LL NEVER GUESS WHAT to RANDOM FICTIONAL IMAGINING and so on It s a quick and easy read, with room for every facial expression from eye rolling to grinning to actually, now you mention it, that is really weird I love revisiting his books, and, with the increasing hindsight of time, and our comparatively rapid advances in science, his discussion of things like the human genome and computer technology are dated in particularly interesting ways


  3. Derek James Baldwin Derek James Baldwin says:

    I could have sworn this was called Return To The Stars, but maybe my memory is tricking me Anyway this is pretty standard Von Daniken stuff, but interesting nonetheless A lot of the ideas don t really stand up to close scrutiny


  4. Edwin Lowe Edwin Lowe says:

    Searching for the Truth of Humanity s Origins Book Review Written November 22, 2019The Return of the Gods Evidence of Extraterrestrial Visitations, By Erich von D nikenKindle Edition 193 Pages In his 1968 book, Chariots of the Gods, Swiss author Erich von D niken proposed that all of the evidence of investigations points to one profound but logical possibility extraterrestrials visited Earth in the distant past and by doing so changed the course of human history This concept, became known a Searching for the Truth of Humanity s Origins Book Review Written November 22, 2019The Return of the Gods Evidence of Extraterrestrial Visitations, By Erich von D nikenKindle Edition 193 Pages In his 1968 book, Chariots of the Gods, Swiss author Erich von D niken proposed that all of the evidence of investigations points to one profound but logical possibility extraterrestrials visited Earth in the distant past and by doing so changed the course of human history This concept, became known as Ancient Astronaut Theory and today, some Fifty years later, 80 million copies of this book are published and it is the subject of the hit television series Ancient Aliens, going into its 12th season on the History Channel It s safe to say that the theory is embraced by literally millions of people around the world.In The Return of the Gods von Daniken continues to challenge the current scientific and religious paradigm A central focus of this book is on, what he believes, is evidence of extraterrestrials in the Old Testament of the Bible, other sacred texts Koran, Torah, the Vedic texts of Ancient India, and etc , as well as mythologies, and legends He points out many instances where they attribute actions to the work of God or gods, where he states, they are really describing Aliens Note that von Daniken refers to Aliens as gods small g because he postulates that our ancient ancestors witnessed Aliens using advanced technology that gave them the appearance and technological abilities primitive people mistook for the supernatural and the realm of the gods Imagine the impression Aliens made appearing in space suits and helmets emerging from the spacecraft they just arrived in from the heavens, landing with very loud noise, fire, and smoke Further, the sacred texts, mythologies, legends, cave drawings, and other similar artifacts from almost every ancient culture world wide, all describe beings descending from the heavens meaning the sky with loud unearthly noise, fire, and smoke that the ancients attributed as evidence of god like manifestations If a similar event occurred today most people around the world would interpret it very differently Because of a modern, technological frame of reference most intelligent people would attribute this event as a nuts and bolts, technological spacecraft or UFO arriving and would call its occupants astronauts orlikely alien beings not from earth The author s interpretation of such an event is difficult to dispute What I enjoy most about von Daniken is that he challenges to think about your conception of the world by drawing my attention to and challenging conventional wisdom regarding structures, sacred scriptures, mythologies, and other artifacts of the Ancient past Based on the reactions his conclusions have received from mainstream science and religion during the past fifty years, I believe there is credibility to his notions This book delivers an interesting, straightforward account of his investigations and conclusions that are easy to read, and readily comprehensible His work is always well researched and carefully documented and footnoted to ensure accuracy The narrative is engaging, conversational in style, informative, and frequently revealing I enjoyed this book and recommend it to everyone interested in this subject.The notion that the gods of the Ancient past are really Aliens is just one part of why people believe Earth was visited in the ancient past by extraterrestrial beings The most important evidence, I think, exists in ancient structures and monuments There are many ancient ruins and megalithic structures around the world that inspire both admiration and questions regarding their construction Just a few examples are Sacsayhuam n in Peru, the Temple of Jupiter in Lebanon, Gobekli Tepe in Turkey, and the Pyramid Complex of Giza in Egypt First, most are proven far older than mainstream science and our modern history books are willing to admit In fact, the megalithic site of Gobekli Tepe, is radiocarbon dated to be over 11,000 years old Science says at that time in history humans were living in caves munching bananas Second, all of these structure display engineering techniques, such as the movement placement of perfectly shaped, multi ton stones, that we would have difficulty duplicating today Yet most mainstream experts insist that these megalithic sites were built less than 5,000 years ago by some primitive nomadic hunter gatherer group, using nothingthan bronze age tools to cut and shape stones that require diamond tipped tools or other advanced technology for modern stone masons The evidence strongly suggests that human civilizations are far older andsophisticated than what we ve are told Why does this important evidence still remains unknown to most of society I think to answer these difficult question, we must objectively review this evidence and redirect the efforts of mainstream scientist to discover the truth of ancient history


  5. Jeanne Jeanne says:

    Sehr interessant, am Ende jedoch bemerkte man die Wut, die D niken ber die gyptologen hatte, die Gantenbrink s Schacht als unwichtig abstempelten Da das Buch aus dem Jahre 1995 ist, frage ich mich, was in den letzten 20 Jahren neu dazu gekommen ist Das muss ich nachschauen gehen.Als D niken ber die Cheops Pyramiden anfing, fand ich, dass es nichts mehr mit dem zu tun hatte, worum das Buch ging Es war wie der Beginn eines neuen Buches.Deshalb einen Stern Abzug.Ansonsten war es sehr informat Sehr interessant, am Ende jedoch bemerkte man die Wut, die D niken ber die gyptologen hatte, die Gantenbrink s Schacht als unwichtig abstempelten Da das Buch aus dem Jahre 1995 ist, frage ich mich, was in den letzten 20 Jahren neu dazu gekommen ist Das muss ich nachschauen gehen.Als D niken ber die Cheops Pyramiden anfing, fand ich, dass es nichts mehr mit dem zu tun hatte, worum das Buch ging Es war wie der Beginn eines neuen Buches.Deshalb einen Stern Abzug.Ansonsten war es sehr informativ Die Bibel wird hier auseinander genommen, weshalb das Buch sicherlich von Christen gehasst wird Aber auch die anderen Religionen bekommen ihr Fett weg.Sehr interessant, wie sich die Bibel mit dem Koran und all den anderen B chern gleicht Ebenfalls interessant auch, wie die Bibel sich selber widerspricht St ndig


  6. Raymond Raymond says:

    I like this book the least of Von D niken s books that I have read so far While I don t subscribe to the majority of his writings I do find them entertaining and a little thought provoking This book seemed to have a lot of filler to it Whole passages are given over to examples of what extra terrestrials think of humans and of earth And I don t think we really need to have these examples presented to us I would find itworthwhile if some of the archeological finds talked about in the bo I like this book the least of Von D niken s books that I have read so far While I don t subscribe to the majority of his writings I do find them entertaining and a little thought provoking This book seemed to have a lot of filler to it Whole passages are given over to examples of what extra terrestrials think of humans and of earth And I don t think we really need to have these examples presented to us I would find itworthwhile if some of the archeological finds talked about in the book had been fleshed out a bit


  7. Cee Martinez Cee Martinez says:

    Not very compelling I remember enjoying Daniken s first book Chariot of the Gods and was excited to begin reading this one Sadly I found this book not as compelling I would have likedchapters on archeology and less on speculation and imagined conversations from future cultures The last third of the book was my favorite part I was interested in his chapters on Egypt and alien abduction I found myself wishing the whole book would have been on the Egyptian pyramid controversy.


  8. Jae Tanaka Jae Tanaka says:

    Una chaladura deliciosa.


  9. Shrestha Shrestha says:

    It is definitely very interesting and almost convincing in certain areas But as any conspiracy theories go everything is to be taken with a grain of salt.


  10. Julia Julia says:

    Interesting.TBC


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