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Uriel's machine : the prehistoric technology that survived the flood

Author: Christopher Knight; Robert Lomas
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : Element, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"What if science and writing developed from an advanced prehistoric civilization in the British Isles? What if written evidence in the Dead Sea Scrolls records megalithic history in Western Europe and provides the plans for a machine that could rebuild civilization following a global catastrophe?" "In Uriel's Machine, Christopher Knight and Robert Lomas offer new evidence that our planet was hit by seven  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Controversial literature
History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Christopher Knight; Robert Lomas
ISBN: 186204810X 9781862048102 193141274X 9781931412742
OCLC Number: 44565677
Notes: Originally published in the UK by Century Books Limited 1999.
Description: xiii, 466 pages, [16] leaves of plates : illustrations ; 25 cm
Responsibility: Christopher Knight and Robert Lomas.

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"What if science and writing developed from an advanced prehistoric civilization in the British Isles? What if written evidence in the Dead Sea Scrolls records megalithic history in Western Europe and provides the plans for a machine that could rebuild civilization following a global catastrophe?" "In Uriel's Machine, Christopher Knight and Robert Lomas offer new evidence that our planet was hit by seven mountain-sized lumps of comet, creating a series of giant waves that ripped across the globe. They show how a civilization emerged and was able to build an international network of sophisticated astronomical observatories which provided accurate calendars, could measure the diameter of the planet and accurately predict comet impact years in advance. They reveal that this is the true purpose of the great megalithic sites in Western Europe. Further they show that the Book of Enoch, long a part of ancient tradition of Freemasonry but then rediscovered among the Dead Sea Scrolls, contains precise details of the building of a machine in the reconstruction of a shattered world."--Jacket.

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