The Chariots of the Gods

I have not yet written about perhaps the most important Alien book of them all, which started it all. The Chariots of the Gods

The groundbreaking classic that introduced the theory that ancient Earth established contact with aliens.

Quickly perceived as a work vital, Chariots of the Gods suffers as verification that Earth has been visited more than once by cutting edge outsiders from different universes. Erich von Däniken analyzes old vestiges, lost urban communities, spaceports, and a bunch of hard logical realities that point to extraterrestrial mediation in mankind’s history. Generally mind blowing of all, nonetheless, is von Däniken’s hypothesis that we are the relatives of these galactic pioneers—and he uncovers the archeological disclosures that demonstrate it.

Chariots of the Gods sets an assortment of speculations managing the chance of extraterrestrial creatures impacting old innovation. Von Däniken recommends that some old structures and antiquities seem to speak to higher mechanical information than is ventured to have existed at the occasions they were produced. Von Däniken keeps up that these ancient rarities were delivered either by extraterrestrial guests or by people who took in the important information from them.

Von Däniken likewise spends around 33% of the book talking about the likelihood that people could hypothetically offer crude civic establishments on interstellar universes cutting edge innovation continuously 2100. This would, he composes, impersonate the old extraterrestrial contact von Däniken accepted to have occurred on Earth.

This book is an absolute necessity read to substance out your insight. The main significant book to talk about the various speculations of ‘Antiquated Aliens’

Despite the fact that time has passed and we have more data. This book is an incredible beginning stage for anybody keen on advancing their comprehension of Ancient Alien hypothesis. The Chariots of the Gods, stands the trial of time to in any case be a significant and moving read.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s