Chariots Of The Gods Chariots Of The Gods About book: I read this book years ago I borrowed it from my college roommate and even giving Chariots of the Gods one star, is basically in my opinion one star too many. Aside from the fact that the information presented is at best wildly speculative and weirdly imaginative, Chariots of the Gods also has a to me profoundly anti-humanistic and even borderline racist feel to it. A great deal has been said about this book in the 84 years of its publishing history. Time has undone the author and the claims he made in this book which once set the cash registers ringing in bookshops across the World. A passion that sees the hand of extra terrestrial intellect behind everything on our planet is pretty much how I would sum up the entire book. The zeal of a lone crusader in a planet full of evil, lethargic scientists was he!
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Econ Verlag now part of Ullstein Verlag was willing to publish the book after a complete reworking by a professional author, Utz Utermann , who used the pseudonym of Wilhelm Roggersdorf. He used the money for foreign travel to research his book. He also describes ancient artwork throughout the world as containing depictions of astronauts, air and space vehicles, extraterrestrials, and complex technology. He has failed to credit these authors properly or at all, even when making the same claims using similar or identical evidence.
I also hope for the continuing popularity of books like Chariots of the Gods? He reported seeing mounds of gold, strange statues, and a library containing metal tablets, all of which he considered to be evidence of ancient extraterrestrial visitation.
A local priest, Father Crespi, stewarded a collection of the gold extraterrestrial relics, he said, with special permission from the Vatican. Embassy in Rome , then current Director of the Egyptian Section of the Vatican Museum, as "suspect[ing] that Tulli was taken in and that the papyrus is a fake.
One, for example, purporting to demonstrate markings of a modern airport, was actually the knee joint of one of the bird figures, and was quite small. Crown, in Some Trust in Chariots, explains how this is simply wrong. But Piri Reis said that he had drawn that map himself using older maps, and the map is consistent with the cartographic knowledge of that time.
However, the technique of construction is well understood, the tools the Egyptians used are known, marks left in the quarries by those tools are still visible, and many examples of the tools are preserved in museums. In his book, he says that there is no evidence of Egyptian workers at the pyramid site;  however, archaeologists have found evidence of buildings where workers would have lived,  with bakeries and sewer systems.
This may indicate the workers were well taken care of, which suggests they were Egyptian. In fact the calculation produces a figure of only 91, miles. Also, he notes that the Great Pyramid is located on the Median line dividing the continents,  and that the Egyptians could not have aligned the edges so perfectly to true north without advanced technology that only aliens could give them. Egyptian builders, however, knew of simple methods to find north via star observation.
The right hand is not handling any rocket controls, but simply making a traditional Maya gesture that other figures in the sides of the lid also make, and is not holding anything. The rocket shape is actually two serpents joining their heads at the bottom, with the rocket "flames" being the beards of the serpents.
The rocket motor under the figure is the face of a monster, symbol of the underworld. But the PBS television series Nova determined that the stones were modern, and located the potter who made them.
This potter makes stones daily and sells them to tourists. But the potter had proof that Cabrera had thanked him for providing the stones for the museum. He argued that it was first necessary to "prepare" mankind for a "wonderful new world".
Erich von Däniken
Chariots of the Gods
Chariots Of The Gods (1999)