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Temples of the African Gods Archaeological and scientific discoveries made by Michael Tellinger, Johan Heine and a team of leading scientists, show that the Sumerians and even the Egyptians inherited all their knowledge from an earlier civilisation that lived at the southern tip of Africa more than 200,000 years ago. This book graphically exposes these discoveries. Full description

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HASH(0x8a2b8474) étoiles sur 5 Great Pictures, Short on Facts. 13 novembre 2010
Par - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Surprisingly well presented hard cover coffee table book loaded page after page with excellent photos like that seen on the cover. The premise is that these African stone circles date back well over 100,000yrs constituting to the authors evidence of the Sumerian Annunaki god's human gold mining settlement outlined in previous works by noted ancient astronaut theorist Zecharia Sitchin. They further surmise the circles were made to take advantage of the Earth's natural energy lines for various purposes and that many may have astronomical significance. They also make note of long tracks of stacked stone parallel lines, or roads, leading from the circles (which they relate to sluicing gates for metal refinery) as well as what appears to be large tracts of agricultural terracing found on many hillsides.

It is safe to say this is not a scholarly work, and is best described as a picture book, so if you are looking for hard facts or even a well thought out hypothesis in any direction you will certainly be left wanting. Speculative leaps are often made in their interpretation of stone blocks as "statues" or odd shaped rocks as "tools", but nevertheless they are intriguing as possibly being man-made objects of such age whatever their purpose. One particularly disappointing segment is that they picture what they assert must be pyramids, but do not make any further investigation and only view them from afar. It is unfortunate they did not take the time to pursue these "pyramids" in greater detail if only to verify or rule out a possible man-made origin because they are definitely pyramid shaped curiously isolated on a large flat plain. One thing curious to me about these stone circles, not noted by the authors, is that the concentric nature of their construction bears a striking similarity to the megalithic ruins found on Malta.

Regardless of their theories and lack of hard data, it is obvious they have well documented, if only with pictures, a bonafide historical anomaly desperately worthy of further investigation. What is clear by these photos is that a massive interconnected culture, a veritable metropolis, once existed in South Africa that would appear to pre-date any known civilization by tens of thousands of years. While some of the stone structures may have a more recent origin, if only from late comers refurbishing an existing site for other purposes, it is obvious that the greater part of these ruins are hoary with age well beyond the time frame of any known locally attributable culture. In the area and greater South Africa in general, there are indeed ancient mines dating back by some estimates as much as 100,000yrs with the great mystery, among other things, being obviously who could possibly have been responsible for such things in remote antiquity. If the stone structures they have photographed are any indication, they may have found the answer. Overall, disappointing as a read, but worth every penny for the pictures.
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HASH(0x8a2b82a0) étoiles sur 5 Real Facts - Weak Hypotheses 16 octobre 2011
Par Dr. Gerd Doeben-Henisch - Publié sur
Format: Relié

When I left South Africa September 2011 after one big conference and another workshop a friend handed me out a gift. It was the book 'Temples of the African Gods'. Clearly I had to try to read this book.


I am not a historian nor an archaeologist but nevertheless I am dealing with the evolution of the universe, the biological life on earth as well as some special developments within the biological evolution. From this I have learned that since about 10 - 15 years there seems to by some 'convergence' of scholarly opinions that the today living 'humans' are all descendants of the 'homo sapiens' who about -60.000 made his way out of Africa along the Arabian Peninsula into Asia, Australia, Europe, North- and South-America. There seems to be also some interdependence between this migration and the eruption of the super-vulcano at lake Toba in Sumatra, which happened somewhere in the time span -75.000 until -65.000.


The book is not a 'usual' science book with many texts, many references etc. but it comes to your eyes rather as an illustrated book. About 133 pages out of 176 are photographs often -- but not always -- with some short explaining texts. The photographs are mostly impressive, but only seldom you can find clear references where exactly is the place shown in the picture or what exactly is the material shown in the picture. You will miss too at the end of the book a listing of all pictures with their content and their origin. You will also not find any list with references, no subject list, no list of names, no orienting time table, no general maps related to the areas and locations mentioned in the book. This makes it very difficult to come to a sound judgment about the content of the book.


Despite the above mentioned spares methodological 'outlook' the subject of the book is exciting: the photographs and the texts give the impression, that there are thousands of ruins in the southern part of Africa which stem from a time long before the eldest known high culture of Sumer (whose early period is dated back to a time about -5300, with early syllabic tablet-inscriptions from about -2700 belonging to a language with no resemblance to any other known language family). The authors are dating back some of the African findings to -50.000 and to -100.000 (cf. pp.105-106). In the context of old gold mines they report findings of old tools dated back to -200.000 or even -400.000 (cf. p.107). Details are missing. Because such time measurements are important it would be important to make these arguments very clear. Especially it would be interesting whether the main bulk of ruins stems from the time before the Toba volcano eruption or from the time after that. Additionally they point explicitly to thousands of African petroglyphs whose form show strong resemblances to sumerian symbols. They hypothesize that the people -- and their knowledge -- are connected to the old religious beliefs of the sumerian religion(s). This entails that African knowledge is been assumed to be 'transferred' to the Sumerians. An interesting hypothesis, but how can this be proved? An exchange over -- perhaps -- 60.000 or 90.000 or even more years? It is difficult to see how this could have happened. Besides this assumed relationship to the Sumerians the authors have collected many evidences of ancient ruins which all show the same structures of walls formed in circles around circles connected by roads which are always delimited by walls with a height of at least 1.5m. And -- strangely -- these walls have no entrances. The roads end up at walls. They report 500 km of roads investigated by their own. They guess, that it must be several thousands km. Alone the stones of the known roads make up a number of about 500 Million large stones. From the sheer number of these ruins the authors infer, that these ruins could not have been built up by the few people migrating from the north of Africa to the south (p.96f). Also they give some reflections about the possible 'meaning' of this circled architecture with no entrances and they propose some ideas about resonance spaces enlarging energy. Clear arguments are missing.

While the overall impression of the arguments is that of fuzziness and of a very speculative nature there remains the fact of the enormous number of ruins, of petroglyphs, of tools, old mines -- especially goldmines -- and a lack of convincing explanations. The existence of much earlier cultures than those known today as that of Sumer would be an interesting modification of the history of cultures, but would not make a great difference in the overall evolution of life on earth where 100.000 years do not mean to much. The main time scales here are counting Millions, hundreds of Millions or even Billions of years.


Thus after finishing the reading of the book some new interesting ideas have come to my mind, but many unsolved questions are left too. In my impression the authors have introduced some very interesting ideas (I did not report all of them), but for me the relationship to the 'real facts' is often too weak. This weakness in speculation can weaken the importance of the real facts which are indeed challenging.
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HASH(0x89af68d0) étoiles sur 5 Good Alternative History 13 septembre 2012
Par Marvin - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Bought the book from Amazon and found the contents very interesting. The pictures and analysis I thought were well thought out and credible. Certainly the theory requires more investigation and measurements. The theories are along the lines of Cremo, Hancock, and Farrell. Will get Slave Species of the Gods by the same author.
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HASH(0x89b11c54) étoiles sur 5 Amazing book ! 29 mars 2013
Par Karoline K. - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
This book has information and beautiful photographs of ruins you have probably never heard about. You see the grass huts that these people are living in today, but never are told about the ruins from the civilization that existed there many thousands of years ago. This book is thought provoking to say the least !
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HASH(0x89cd72c4) étoiles sur 5 Where are the gatekeepers? 24 novembre 2011
Par The Sesh - Publié sur
Format: Relié
I am not sure of the evidence for these temple, but even if it was so old, I'm not sure if I'd connect it to Sumeria so easily. The Nile Valley would have been a more probable place for this Southern Afrikan civilization to influence. Despite this flaw in the theory, the biggest support for the this book containing a significant amount of truths is that the ruins are being ignored by the Eurocentric academy. The Eurocentric academy loves to investigate ancient African cultures so that they can define them with their bias and hold them in a faux-historical prison that will devalue the ancient civilization, attribute whatever value is acknowledged to Caucasian influence, and in a blend of sophisticated rhetorical strategies convey the sense that they were a step above savagery. The Eurocentric academy also likes to challenge any positive information about Africa's antiquity as being historical reworking that is essentially romantic and unscholarly. The fact that the Eurocentric academy is not investigating this suggests that there is something their they are avoiding, that their web of lies cannot cover. They seem to not want to draw attention to these ruins due to the share number of them as well as the potential for this ancient civilization to initiate a cultural renaissance among South Africans in particular, considering that black South Africans are the leading black economic power on the continent. Danger!
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