Amaz­ing Ev­i­dence of Ex­trater­res­trial Con­tact

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Erich von Daniken, Watkins Me­dia (JAN­UARY) Hard­cover $24.95 (208pp), 978-1-78678-083-6

The sprawl­ing vir­tual mu­seum of ex­pla­na­tion­de­fy­ing ar­ti­facts and phe­nom­ena fea­tures an­cient ge­o­glyphs, stone cir­cles, gi­ant im­ages scraped in re­mote patches of ground, the trans­porta­tion of mas­sive works of stone, and other such mind­bog­glers scat­tered across the world.

Re­searchers are stumped be­cause the an­cient so­ci­eties that pro­duced these won­ders flatly did not have the tech­nol­ogy/ex­per­tise— which kinda sorta points to the pos­si­bil­ity of help­ful hands from outer space. For the past forty-five years, the cu­ra­tor and chief in­sti­ga­tor of this faux mu­seum is none other than Erich von Daniken, au­thor of nu­mer­ous books of in­trigue, in­clud­ing Char­i­ots of the Gods, The Stones of Kiri­bati, The Gods and Their Grand De­sign, and now, Im­pos­si­ble Truths: Amaz­ing Ev­i­dence of Ex­trater­res­trial Con­tact.

That Daniken writes and the­o­rizes com­pellingly gives pause to even the most rigid of skep­tics, and the more than 150 color pho­to­graphs only en­hance the dreamy ex­pe­ri­ence of let­ting one’s imag­i­na­tion go along for the ride.

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