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Ancient Aliens of the Americas e-book

Author:

Logan Hawkes

Language:

English

Category:

History

Subcategory:

Americas

ePub size:

1558 kb

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Rating:

4.6

Publisher:

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; First Printing edition (July 4, 2011)

Pages:

182

ISBN:

1463569483

Ancient Aliens of the Americas e-book

by Logan Hawkes


Logan Hawkes is a writer, publisher, broadcaster, videographer and dual resident of Santa Fe, New Mexico, and Padre Island, Texas, reflecting his . One person found this helpful.

Logan Hawkes is a writer, publisher, broadcaster, videographer and dual resident of Santa Fe, New Mexico, and Padre Island, Texas, reflecting his equal passion for the alluring mountainous west and a deep appreciation and fascination for the ancient sea and natural histories of the two regions.

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The book is poorly organized; it is a mishmash of undigested material from a lot of sources. The author covers some significant issues and questions about ancient life in the Americas, but the presentation is not closely reasoned or carefully documented

The book is poorly organized; it is a mishmash of undigested material from a lot of sources. For example the author makes the following errors: Page 4: "Jesuit priest Jose de Acost". I think the priest's name was Jose de ACOSTA. Page 11: "We know the war lasted five years". The author covers some significant issues and questions about ancient life in the Americas, but the presentation is not closely reasoned or carefully documented. The material is handled in a way that is amateurish at best.

In 1909, the Phoenix Gazette reported the finding of a strange man-made cave filled with ancient objects and mummies. Could UFO sightings and reports of alien contact be part of America's untold history?

In 1909, the Phoenix Gazette reported the finding of a strange man-made cave filled with ancient objects and mummies. Could there be a connection between the mysterious cave and the legend of Native American ancestors called "Star Beings?" Strange lights and unexplained weather anomalies were documented throughout colonial America.

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Long before Christopher Columbus set foot in the Americas, long before the Vikings discovered the New World, the indigenous cultures of the Americas developed complex systems of government and constructed magnificent cities with towering pryamids and temples and were proficient in art, science and astronomy.

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In his 1871 book Ancient America, John . Lucio Russo has speculated about a probable arrival of Phoenicians in the Americas in his philologic analyses of Ptolemy's Geography

In his 1871 book Ancient America, John Denison Baldwin repeats some of the arguments given for Phoenician visits to America, but concludes that . Lucio Russo has speculated about a probable arrival of Phoenicians in the Americas in his philologic analyses of Ptolemy's Geography. Russo observes that by attributing those coordinates.

Long before Christopher Columbus set foot in the Americas, long before the Vikings discovered the New World, the indigenous cultures of the Americas developed complex systems of government and constructed magnificent cities with towering pryamids and temples and were proficient in art, science and astronomy. They also were keepers of long forgotten knowledge and harbored secrets of complex math, science and astronomy unknown to European explorers. Discover the thriving and forgotten people of Ancient America and explore their belief systems, the symbology they used to to illustrate their complex and comprehensive understanding of their origin, and examine many of the artifacts they left behind, clues perhaps to help us better understand who they were, where they came from and why they believed they were connected to the stars. Could Ancient Americans have been the first to populate the earth? How do we explain their complex language, their mysterious forms of art, their proficiency at math and their knowledge of time, and how could they chart the stars and planets with such perfection without the use of modern and high-tech equipment? Venture into the world of Ancient America and uncover secrets, explore the possibilities, and dare to open your mind to the lost knowledge of these highly advanced cultures and why they abandoned it all.
Anayaron
Some pictures would have helped. The book is poorly organized; it is a mishmash of undigested material from a lot of sources.

For example the author makes the following errors:

Page 4: "Jesuit priest Jose de Acost". I think the priest's name was Jose de ACOSTA.

Page 11: "We know the war [American Civil War] lasted five years". The US Civil War was from 1861 to 1865; that's FOUR years.

Page 12: "or the story of a man named Jonah constructed a great watercraft capable of surviving a forty-day storm". In the Bible story, NOAH constructed the ark.

The book is replete with "slung together" "facts" that only go to show the desperate need for writing and scientific training for the author, and editing and proofreading.
Ce
The author covers some significant issues and questions about ancient life in the Americas, but the presentation is not closely reasoned or carefully documented. The material is handled in a way that is amateurish at best. Individual sections are not well organized, with repetition of material that reads as if it has not been edited or proofread carefully. In the Kindle version, at least, lapses in grammar, punctuation, and usage are so numerous that the book is something of a challenge to read. It's not clear whether the lapses are the author's, the result of careless editing, a product of the conversion to the Kindle format, or a combination of all of these factors. I regret not being able to be more positive because I appreciate the author's effort and his obvious interest in discovering the truth about ancient origins in the Americas. I would urge prospective buyers to borrow from the library or a friend to assess whether they want to purchase.
Camper
This book is heavy on describing early American (north, central & south) native cultures and focuses on their religious belief systems. The relevance of this focus is to relate the worship of their gods to possible ancient alien encounters. What I found to be enlightening was the similarity of beliefs among widely separated cultures especially as it related to various star system such as the Pleides.
Lemana
Fascinating look at history of the Americas overlooked. Author does not take stand but gives the stories, facts, and histories and lets you draw your own conclusions. Many things haven't come out before because of fear or misunderstanding. Whatever conclusion you draw, the facts need to stand for themselves. Interesting read.
DART-SKRIMER
As described. Thank You
Άνουβις
I liked it. I was interested in the past and the area's he described. I would have like more information in certain area's. A good read.
Xirmiu
not interesting. just a bunch of lightly glossed over american "ancient alien and mysterious happenings" events. not really a book to get lost in.
I am interested in the possibility that we are not alone nor are we the first in the Universe/Galaxy.
This book doesn't try to prove this, just trys open your mind to the possibility.
The book so far is well written, and I have had a few " wow, I didn't know that's,
and a couple of "Interesting's".
I would recommend this book to others who are of the same mind set as I.

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