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Graham Hancock

  1. Sep 13, 2003 #1
    Has anyone read any of his books? The subject matter is quite far-fetched, but it does make you wonder about things, and he makes quite a few good points in among the idle speculation. He's not really loved by the archeology community, but I think his books are at least worth a read.

    They are, so far:

    The Sign and the Seal (On the Ark of the Covenent, I have this book, it's in-depth)
    Fingerprints of the Gods (On the theory of a civilization we don't know about influencing ancient ones, I also have this one)
    Keeper of Genesis (No clue what it's about)
    The Mars Mystery (Same as above)
    Heaven's Mirror (Another lost civilization book, and I have it)
     
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