By: John Devera
Zecharia Sitchin's writing is hysterically funny. If you thought Thor Heyerdahl was loony, or that Von Daniken was a kook, then you just have to pick up Sitchin's book, Genesis Revealed. This guy is the epitome of crackpots.His theory is two parts science fiction...
By: Nikou
Zecharia Sitchin's theory of the origins of man, laid out thoroughly in his book Genesis Revisited, is controversial, to say the least. He skillfully combines both sides of a heated debate on how, not only man, but the universe came to be. The idea he...
By: Katalina Narvaez
Traditional approaches to learning, coupled with archaeological research and modern technology, can contribute a great deal in the preservation of tangible and intangible cultural resources. Oral histories are one of the primary foundations of many cultures; a far richer perspective of the value of Homol'ovi...
By: John Devera
There is nothing very new about Andrew Collins' book From the Ashes of Angels. His main thesis is that modern technology was inspired by an advanced group of humans who appeared to primitive peoples as angels. These Atlanteans invested primitive humans in the Levant with...
By: Dave Franklin
Talk of Angels and the normal assumption ranges from New Age Spirituality to Christian Iconography. Andrew Collins studies into Angles has been purely from a historical point of view. Firstly we have to clear up a few points. Angels in the Christian sense are a...
By: Dave Franklin
Graham Hancock's work has followed an interesting evolution, moving from one connected subject to another. Although primarily a newspaper journalist, in the early eighties he moved more in the direction of book writing. Initially his work followed a pattern of examining Third World culture and...
By: John Sarkis
The story of "Noah's Ark" in The Bible stands as one of the most controversial of all biblical archaeological stories.... All three of the world's great monotheistic religions belief in the ark - Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. During the 18thcentury, with the emergence of "The...
By: Katrina Murphy
Zecharia Sitchin, archaeologist and Sumerian scholar, proposes a theory on the origins of man that easily instigates controversy within religious and scientific fields of study. A look into a lifetime's work and study by Sitchin takes you on a fascinating journey through thought provoking evidence...
By: Mike Romeling
We really can't say much about the building of the pyramids. That's mostly because the Egyptians - if indeed they built them - had almost nothing to say about it themselves. That may be the oddest thing indeed among a host of odd things we...
By: Pamela Kay
Though there are many common themes in new age and biblical archaeology, their methods often differ. While traditional biblical archaeologists have been digging in the dirt, new age archaeologists have been digging through books, exploring new ideas and conducting experiments in labs. They have also...

 

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