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Andrew Collins-- Gobekli Tepe: Genesis of the Gods: The Temple of the Watchers and the Discovery of Eden 12 mai 2014
Par Jean Steeley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I had this book pre-ordered and waited with great anticipation for it's release. Having read the Cygnus Mystery, From the Ashes of Angels & many of Andrew Collins other works I knew this was going to be awesome and I was not disappointed. When Andrew Collins sets out to research a topic he researches it to exhaustion. This book is fascinating in it's depth of this ancient temple. The book lays out the construction of the temple, theories as to the meaning of the many strange animals carvings on its megalithic pillars and it is complete with many illustrations and photographs as well.

Why did ancient man build megaliths? Andrew Collins offers that it might've been as a result of global catastrophe & the fear of others. He offers the most convincing theories of Eden, the legends of the Watchers, & the Annunaki. If you're an archeology, legend,myth fan this book is a must read. The book has an interesting forward by author, Graham Hancock. I highly recommend it.
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Par Robert Steven Thomas - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Gobekli Tepe is one of the newest "smoking gun" archaeological sites that demands mainstream academia rewrite the story of human evolution. The current version of history being taught in the schools of our advanced nations is false and incomplete. This excellent new book by Andrew Collins firmly establishes beyond any reasonable doubt why history must be revised to include the knowledge and use of a highly advanced engineering capability by our ancestors at a very remote time in prehistory. While I can't entirely agree with all of the author's theories as to who and why this megalithic enigma was constructed ... his thinking is closer to the truth and makes much more common sense than the present "Establishment" version. This new book is the most informative and inclusive book on Gobekli Tepe I have yet encountered.
Check out this book! >>> Intelligent Intervention
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Very Interesting 14 juin 2014
Par Art Lover - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
For anyone interested in the 'prehistoric' journey of mankind, this is a fascinating account. The descriptions and analysis of Gobekli Tepe are quite thorough and the conclusions drawn seem solid enough - while leave room for further interpretations based on future findings and/or analysis.

The author then attempts to connect the dots between extremely ancient myths, place names, migrating groups of ancient peoples, arrowheads, geological events, possible catastrophic meteor or comet hits, etc. While these are intriguing - (and were this a doctoral dissertation, would certainly earn the author his PhD) - there are simply too many loosely connected ties to make this a convincing argument. If any one, two, or three of the links provided is inaccurate (and when dealing with spotty history of such antiquity, it is highly likely that many links are tenuous) the conclusions become null. Nevertheless, I applaud the incredible amount of careful work the author has put into finding as many pieces of the puzzle of 'who we are and where we came from' as possible. [And I especially appreciate that he has done so without making the leap of silly illogic that this journey involved extraterrestrial aliens. . . LOL!] Not every link needs to 'work' or be accurate for this to be a valuable contribution to the discussion, the fact that so much has been laid upon the table is intellectually exhilarating. It gives readers much to consider and could stimulate further thinking and postulation by those with other bits and pieces of information that might refute, correct, or expand upon what is presented here.

The text would have been greatly enhanced with the inclusion of MANY more maps of migratory patterns and sites, and I hope in future printings the publishers might consider printing this as an illustrated volume.While there are quite a few illustrations, these are woefully inadequate. Unless the reader is already knowledgeable about the names of every tributary, mountain, plain and place name (ancient and current) of sites across Europe, Asia, and the Mideast, he or she can scarcly follow the author's train of thought without pausing every sentence or so to check a variety of atlases. It is for this reason that I've given four stars rather than 5.
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Very well researched 12 juin 2014
Par Shiratha - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Until I am able to visit this site myself, I will keep reading about Gobekli Tepe. Collins has covered the background for the discovery quite well. His style is factual yet personal. Obviously, he wants to present the enormity of this archeological find by connecting it to the known cultures of that time period and to those following Gobekli Tepe. Most of the photographs give a clear view of this location, and his discussion of local beliefs were very enlightening.
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Andrew Collins does it again 11 mai 2014
Par Briz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Once again Andrew Collins places another piece of the history jigsaw in place, a book I could not put down, amazing work, defiantly a great read. Well done to Andrew Collins. I can not wait for the next piece of the jigsaw...
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