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Twilight of the gods : the Mayan calendar and the return of the extraterrestrials

Author: Erich von Däniken
Publisher: Pompton Plains, NJ : New Page Books, ©2010.
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Explores what archaeologists discovered hundreds of years ago at the ancient Bolivian city of Puma Punku, and what they intentionally destroyed there.
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Genre/Form: Folklore
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Erich von Däniken
ISBN: 9781601631411 1601631413 9781601636867 1601636865
OCLC Number: 609531941
Description: 223 p. : ill (some col.) ; 24 cm.
Contents: A base camp for the gods --
Hitler and Hörbiger --
Giants roam the Earth --
Hard facts --
The origin of the Moon? --
The universe : a living organism? --
The discovery of Tiwanaku --
A stony problem --
Feeble excuses --
Posnansky, a fanatic? --
Climate change? Nothing new --
An Ice Age calendar --
A colossal discovery --
Irrefutable evidence --
Without tools or plans? --
The courage to be logical --
New answers --
Nothing new under the Sun --
Memories of the future --
Monsters from the past --
Apis and other chimeras --
Religion versus chopped up bones --
Scientific? Scientific! --
Pyramid texts --
Divine intervention --
Here and there --
Extraterrestrial technology --
Language and Popul Vuh --
The return of the gods --
Brutal conquerors --
The night of sorrows --
The sign of the cross --
Mayan writings --
The Dresden Codex --
Where does the knowledge come from? --
Native American traditions --
The Maya calendar wheels --
The return of Bolon Yokte --
Miscalculation? --
The Mahdi of the Muslims --
All the gods are coming back! Older than Buddha --
The same numbers, but where did they come from? --
Noah, a child of the ETs --
Gesar came from the heavens too --
They're coming back --
The legacies --
The eternal intelligence --
The Fermi paradox --
SETI --
There are answers --
Warp drives? --
Colonies in space --
Panspermia explains it all! --
Building blocks from "out there" --
The Church and ETs --
Required forms --
Omnipresent memes --
The electron was always there --
Space travel, to be on the safe side --
Judgment Day --
Knowledge for the hens!
Other Titles: G̈ötterdämmerung.
Responsibility: Erich von Däniken ; translated by Nicohula Quaintmere ; foreword by Giorgio Tsoukalos.

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Explores what archaeologists discovered hundreds of years ago at the ancient Bolivian city of Puma Punku, and what they intentionally destroyed there.

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