Twenty-eight years ago, Erich von Daniken first presented his theory of alien contact with the ancient world – a theory so incredible, yet so logical and convincing. In this follow-up to Erich von Däniken’s worldwide bestseller Chariots of the Gods , the author reveals startling new evidence that could prove. The Eyes of the Sphinx, Erich von Daniken’s follow-up to his worldwide bestseller Chariots of the Gods, reveals more startling evidence that ancient Earth had.
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This world-famous best seller has withstood the test of time, inspiring countless books and films, including the author’s own popular sequel, The Eye of the Sphinx. The product of 30 years of intensive research, The 12th Planet is the first book in Zecharia Sitchin’s prophetic Earth Chronicles series – a revolutionary body of work that offers indisputable documentary proof of humanity’s extraterrestrial forefathers.
Travelers from the stars, they arrived eons ago, and planted the genetic seed that would ultimately blossom into a remarkable species At the core is not material riches but a secret, a secret of explosive and controversial proportions, which radiates out from the little Pyrenees village to all the way to contemporary politics and the entire edifice of the Christian faith. It involves nothing less than the Holy Grail. In Cosmosthe late astronomer Carl Sagan cast his gaze over the magnificent mystery of the Universe and made it accessible to millions of people around the world.
Now in this stunning sequel, Carl Sagan completes his revolutionary journey through space and time. The Outcast’s Queen tells the extraordinary story of Karna, the unsung hero of the Mahabharata, through the eyes of his wife, Uruvi, bringing his story to the listener from a unique perspective. An accomplished Kshatriya princess who falls in love with and dares to choose the sutaputra over Arjun, Uruvi must come to terms with the social implications of her erkch and learn to use her love and intelligence to be accepted by Karna and his family.
In just a fraction of that time, one species among countless others has conquered it. We are the most advanced and edich destructive animals ever to have lived. What makes us brilliant? What makes us deadly? What makes us sapiens? In this bold and provocative audiobook, Yuval Noah Harari explores who we are, how we got here, and where we’re going. And it fhe these ruins that now provide researchers with a never-ending source of clues, compelling discoveries, dnaiken, and evidence that Earth was indeed colonized by an alien race:.
This book was okay but only about an hour of it was about the Sphinx.
Most of it’s about the pyramids and who built them they should have called it who built the pyramids I think it was a good book and was narrated well.
The only problem I had with it was trying to concentrate to get the story and message out of each chapter because there were so many different names of gods and kings. Erich von Daniken always seems to just want to get to the real truth of everything, but he is blocked and discredited way too much. It is sad that the human rrich does not show more interest in our true creator and true history. I like von Daniken and watch all the shows on Ancient Aliens.
He does get a little technical, but perhaps not technical enough for some. I liked the narrator and enjoyed the book. First of all let me admit 2 things. Second I couldn’t finish this book; I only made it half way before I could take no more. Before I get to a summary let me tell eyss why this book was terrible. The discussion of aliens is sparse and almost nonexistent.
The book spends most of its time detailing archeological mysteries that the author finds interesting but erch no conventional archeologist has any interest. VonDaniken likes to scoff at others beliefs and laugh at what he thinks is faulty science. The book has no real thesis that it is trying to prove or defend — especially one that ties in with the title in any way.
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He drifts around from idea to ericj and it was painfully hard to try to figure out what all these ideas had in common. It was perhaps the 2nd item that made me stop reading this book.
Maybe I stopped reading before he could conclude everything but I had seen enough. In the first part of the book VonDaniken tries to reason why there were so many animals mummified and why were they considered sacred.
He also wanted to reason why there are so many animal hybrids depicted in Egyptian art and literature. Here is his theory summarized in my words.
Aliens were riding around the universe and ran out of gas. They stopped at earth to replenish all their supplies and fuel. They were here for a long time and got bored so they created genetic labs on earth to study replicating and creating hybrid animals for fun.
Earthlings killed the first of these and really made the aliens mad so they started marking their animals with things like horns on their head or a special birthmarks. This is your theory and you scoff at people that believe in life after death…. Maybe he just rubbed me the wrong way here.
I did like is first book much more. Maybe the second half gets much more exciting and reveals ephinx truths about the world. Its a mystery I can live with. I’m a history major, and I can attest to the accuracy of his facts. Granted, as the author to his credit attests, his theories are of his own creation. However, if you read the texts from clay tablets literally, you can only agree with his assumptions.
If you are very interested in ancient Ericu history and archaeology, and already have a solid base of knowledge in these areas, then this danikem may interest you. If you are like me, mildly interested in these topics only in the context of ancient aliens, you will find this book boring.
When I saw in the description that it was a followup to Chariots of the Gods I was ready to be entertained.
The Eyes of the Sphinx
I thought that some of the initial boring information was laying the groundwork for an argument that aliens were here on Earth back in the time of the building of the pyramids.
No such point was ever made. You can learn something about Egypt, the Sphinx, and the pyramids, and about how politics plays a role in what information scientists allow the public to have access to, but don’t expect to meet Enlil or Enki in the pages of this book.
A Erich von Daniken Book as so many But for one thing Erich von Daniken is right the world has lost a tremendous amount of ancient knowledge and there are too many open questions in our past. This why and I appreciate a writer as Erich von Daniken that can tell eyyes story without loosing track of reality. Anyone with an interest in one of the most dahiken civilization’s and its histories, Should listen to this graphic but lightly controversial information.
It speaks volumes to the sub-concious questions we have all asked ourselves when faced with arceaological facts and evidence of the dynasties we had no proof of.
Given its complexity, it gives totally digestable answers to the mysteries of ancient perfection and obsession that has eluded many A very interesting read. Get it free with day trial. People who bought this also bought Chariots of the Gods Written by: Erich von Daniken Narrated by: Zecharia Sitchin Narrated by: Stephen Bel Davies Length: Carl Sagan Narrated by: Carl Sagan, Ann Druyan Length: Kavita Kane Narrated by: Yuval Noah Harari Narrated by: And it is these ruins that now provide researchers with a never-ending source of clues, compelling discoveries, revelations, and evidence that Earth was indeed colonized by an alien race: Research showing that the location and design of the pyramids were uniquely fit for preservationsomething the Egyptians couldn’t possibly have known.
Remains of the ships built by the Pharaohs and buried with them for travel in the afterlifeimitations of the ships they saw used by men from the sky. The most recent discoverieshidden chambers and passageways, one of which ends at an ancient door.
And behind the door is Prehistoric bones that prove the existence of a worldwide cult that deformed children’s skulls in imitation of the “gods” they had seen. New interpretations of ancient writingsand new speculations on ancient mysteries. No Reviews are Available. Most Helpful Most Recent.
The Eyes Of the Sphinx
Ok well I failed to remember rule 1 which don’t judge a book by its cover. Lots of names I’m not familiar with I think it was a good book and was narrated well. Terrible but not because of what you’re thinking First of all let me admit 2 things. Can’t argue with tbe Great book. There are no aliens in this book If you are very interested in dankien Egyptian history and archaeology, and already have a solid base of knowledge in these areas, then this book may interest you.
A von Daniken Book as so many Erich von daniken is a great storyteller great story telling and compelling facts in this engrossing and thought danikken book. Great A very interesting read.