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Foundations of Atlantis, Ancient Astronauts and Other by Jason Colavito

By Jason Colavito

Did extraterrestrial beings stopover at historic civilizations? may perhaps Jesus have fathered a dynasty? Did humans of the traditional international stopover at the Americas centuries prior to Columbus? the general public enjoys such questions, that have spawned numerous books, videos and tv sequence, yet very hardly ever is any real facts produced.
in accordance with many keen writers and tv hosts, proof for long-ago astronauts or early transatlantic voyages are available in old texts. yet too usually resources stay imprecise and a few writers have altered or fabricated texts to make their case for extraterrestrials and misplaced civilizations.
This e-book examines greater than one hundred thirty very outdated texts used to make the case for Atlantis, extraterrestrial beings, fallen angels, the good Flood, giants, transatlantic voyagers, historical excessive expertise and plenty of different mysteries. English translations are provided with explanatory notes displaying how those texts were used and abused to make pleasing claims approximately prehistory.

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