Gods of Eden: Egypt's Lost Legacy and the Genesis of by Andrew Collins

By Andrew Collins

A groundbreaking old documentation of the key heritage of pre-Pharonic Egypt and the race of angels that equipped it.

• by means of the writer of From the Ashes of Angels and Gateway to Atlantis (more than 30,000 copies offered within the United Kingdom).
• Unlocks the secrets and techniques of the way the good Pyramids and the Sphinx have been outfitted.
• Explains the strains left by way of the race of Elder gods that based historic Egypt via historic texts of the corridor of documents.
• Proves the rules of historical astronomy 10,000 years in the past.

Hidden deep under Egypt's Giza plateau may be the most important to unlocking the mysteries of the nice Pyramid, one of many seven wonders of the realm. outfitted utilizing a know-how unequaled even this present day, the traditional Egyptians claimed they inherited their complex tradition from a race of Elder gods who lived in the course of a prior age referred to as Zep Tepi, the 1st Time.

In his past spouse e-book From the Ashes of Angels, well known historic author Andrew Collins supplied historic and medical facts displaying how those Elder gods, who have been the flesh and blood participants of a race of fallen angels, based historic Egypt. Now, in Gods of Eden, he describes the striking achievements in their culture. 

Assembling clues from archaeology, mythology, and faith, Collins indicates us how this nice society mastered acoustic know-how and hired using sound to elevate heavy items into the air and pierce holes via stable rock. It used to be with this know-how that they have been in a position to build sizeable buildings that experience marveled adventurers and archaeologists around the globe. With findings in response to greater than two decades of study and scholarship, Collins unearths the attention-grabbing historic future of this tradition of fallen angels and the imprints and legacies they left at the back of on the genesis of civilization. 

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