In his most topical book yet, the author of the bestselling "Fingerprints of the Gods" and "The Message of the Sphinx" reveals evidence that a direct ...Show synopsisIn his most topical book yet, the author of the bestselling "Fingerprints of the Gods" and "The Message of the Sphinx" reveals evidence that a direct connection exists between Earth and an ancient Martian civilization. 16-page photo insert. 25 line drawings.Hide synopsis
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Description:New. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall 1999. 368p. As we continue to explore...New. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall 1999. 368p. As we continue to explore the red planet, geological evidence mounts that long ago water flowed freely across its surface, begging the question: If there was water, was there life? Graham Hancock thinks so. In fact, Hancock believes that certain formations on the Martian surface are the remnants of an ancient civilization--one strikingly similar to ancient Egypt--that was destroyed by a cataclysmic deep impact. Further, Hancock claims that NASA's reluctance to give credence to "The Face, " "The Pyramids, " and other things people see in images of the Martian surface is evidence that the U.S. space agency is motivated by cold war paranoia and mistrust. Hancock seems to be more fair-minded than many NASA critics, stating that, "what we see is a mindset, here, not a conspiracy. " And indeed, one is hard-pressed to imagine why NASA isn't agreeing wholeheartedly with Hancock, since his ultimate point is that we should be paying more attention to our planetary neighbors and the skies above, lest we suffer the same fate as the Martians. Hancock raises many intriguing questions in this synthesis of unorthodox Mars theory.
Advanced civilization on Mars is sadly as likely as little green men and telepathy. It belongs to the realms of imagination. None the worse for that of course. I enjoy Jules Verne and H.G.Wells as much as anyone. His more recent work on cave art and other intimations of the "Supernatural" displays an ...
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