3 edition of From Atlantis to the Sphinx found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 285-286) and index.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 117 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
nodata File Size: 5MB.
Cayce suggests that this enigmatic monument is at least 15,000 years old, and is closely related to Atlantis, one of the most searched-for ancient civilizations. I really liked this book even though I gleaned hardly any new information. Via paleontology and ritual cannibalism, Wilson's tour through time and space sets out to reconstruct that ancient knowledge. Do yourself a favor, don't buy this book. Where did we come from? The forward, intro and background provide the info needed to understand the rest of the book.
I'm a big Wilson fan, but, though much of this is interesting, much also seems rather speculative, From Atlantis to the Sphinx selecting evidence to fit theories. Conscousness can be concentrated to build up power and this can be expended as a physical force.
Or is it possible that this incredible monument was constructed by an ancient civilization much older than the Egyptian? Colin did a lot of hard work for us all. I discovered that I was a scientist, musician, and astrologer.
Typical Reviews: From David Hatcher Childress, archeologist Ancient civilizations expert, interviewed on NBC, Discovery Channel, Learning Channel, etc. There were survivors of the others. I actually wrote an article about that topic awhile back and I do believe that not only the Sphinx but the great pyramids are much older than what mainstream Egyptologists claim.
The author has a fresh view into understanding the builders of the monuments of the Giza plateau.
It is fascinating to me to read of feats that should require a huge expenditure of power like moving giant blocks of stone , but are somehow accomplished without any application of normal means of power generation.
I do think that stories exist in the collective unconsciousness about past civilizations which will never get backed up by physical evidence.
The book was also reviewed by in.