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Technologies, and the
Suppressed Origins of
Civilization Edited by J.
Douglas Kenyon?n 42 articles
from Atlantis Rising, Kenyon has
carefully built a compelling collection
of material in support of
today's growing challenge to such
outmoded ways of thinking as Darwinism and Creationism.
Each contribution builds upon the work of the other authors.
What emerges is a thoughtful case for a much
greater antiquity for civilization, as well as a convincing argument
for the existence of advanced technologies in prehistory.
Through it all appears the vast, yet unmistakable,
outline of a lost fountainhead for world culture. Explored
with depths and insight in theses pages are the latest discoveries
and ideas in such perennially controversial topics
as Atlantis, the Pyramids, extra-terrestrial forces, and
6 x 9 P/B, 352 pp., many photos both B&W & Col."