Présentation de l'éditeur
* 3 new Chapters written by Chet Dembeck including new evidence connecting ancient astronauts with the mysterious "Mound Dwellers" of North America.
* The connection between the Biblical Prophet Enoch and extraterrestrials
* The influence of ancient astronauts on the garb and rituals of Navajo medicine men and their sacred symbols -- plus numerous new illustrations!
In 1961, way before anyone dared to seriously connect the Biblical writings of the prophet Ezekiel to visitors from the outer space, ancient astronauts or extraterrestrials, Arthur W. Orton did.
Orton presented a compelling case that Ezekiel did indeed experience many extreme encounters of the third kind that he chronicled in the Bible using his limited vocabulary to describe technical and fantastical machines and god-like beings from an advanced civilization.
After reading and editing this vintage account, I decided to call this concise and compelling presentation, “Proof of Ezekiel’s ETs.” I did so because – at least to me—Orton’s account is just that.
Since it is a precursor of my own research on ancient astronauts, I have added three chapters and a series of illustrations to this masterpiece.
The first deals with the mysterious Mound Builders, an indigenous people of North America and pieces of carved sculpture they created which depicted ancient gods, inlcuding their flying machines.
I’ve also included a chapter on the mysterious Book of Enoch, who was a lesser known Biblical prophet than Ezekiel, but who also recorded encounters with angels who settled among his people and even fathered children with earth woman who in turn processed mysterious powers, physical stature and strength.
Finally, I’ve added a chapter that illustrates and describes scared garb and symbols used by Native American Navajos that resemble space suits and match symbols reported on the famous alleged 1947 Roswell UFO crash in Roswell New Mexico.
By adding this newly discovered material it’s my goal to bolster Orton’s work and add more evidence supporting his ancient-astronaut theory.