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The Fingerprints Of The Gods (What it meant to me)

             The Significance of —— 

                        The Fingerprints Of The Gods 

                                    By Graham Hancock  

                                            ——-       To Me 

           (This is not a book report. It is simply what the book meant to me.)  

            One time after I had read a binge of religious history books such as some by Bruce Feiler and a book by Max Dimont – Jews, God and History, I mentioned to my son Michael that I would like to know something about history before the days of the Bible. He fulfilled my wish by giving me this book as a gift.            During the time which I have been reading the book I have supplemented it by exploring with Google in order to gain more specific information here and there plus throughout the internet it is easy to find criticism of  Mr. Hancock’s reasoning. Also the book was published back in 1995 and it is now 2011 so there has been time for many facts to have been sorted out. The Hapgood ECD or Earth Crust Drift theory is one that comes to mind.

            The plain fact is though that Mr. Hancock thoroughly impressed onto my mind the importance which early man placed upon the visual relationships of the changing locations of celestial items in relationship to our views from here at home. I do not suppose another winter or summer solstice or a spring or fall equinox will come and go without my being attuned to it. Also at those times I will remember their significance as the ancients used them and as Mr. Hancock has used them to date the ancients. Continue reading


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