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Zecharia Sitchin
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The Lost Realms (Earth Chronicles #4)

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ARCHAEOLOGY / HISTORY When the Spanish conquistadors came to the New World in search of EI Dorado, the fabled city of gold, they instead found stone edifices of massive proportions mysteriously constructed in inaccessible regions--huge monuments built with a skill level and tools yet unknown to the indigenous cultures of that part of the world. _In The Lost Realms_, Zechar...more
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Published June 22nd 2011 by Inner Traditions / Bear & Company (first published 1990)
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Suzanne Dome
This part of Sitchen's work with the ancient sumerian textx concentrates on the work they performed in the New World, offering insights into the building of many of South America's ancient places and what they were used for. It makes a connection between the Sumerian word for Tin (Tia anaku) and the Place of Tin, Tihuanacu, in South America. IT also follows the Quetzacoatle myth in terms of the Egyptian god Thoth, who was also the Sumerian god Ningizzhida, and god of all knowledge. Sitchen outli...more
Re-reading for study purpose
Truly weird and bizarre but true. Fun stuff. =)
Ashish Jaituni
It is a good book. Much better than I thought it would turn out to be! The facts that the author puts about the historical sites seem correct but I wonder if I can say the same about the interpretation of the facts. This is very the author differs from the professional academicians. If you like Graham Hancock, Robert Bauval, John Anthony West and the others, this book is for you!
Tucker Johnson
Awesome insight into Aztec and Mayan culture during the conquistador times. Talks about ancient cities that were not found however they have proof of them existing. Really interesting story about christopher columbus and how much gold that guy took from these cultures during his expeditions.
I've read several of Sitchin's books and they are all very interesting and in depth. The only downside is that certain aspects become very repetitive. The Lost Realms wasn't as satisfying or intriguing as the others that I've read. It was still informative and thought provoking.
Read the Sitchin books because of the recommendation of a friend, Brian Miller. Very interesting theories, but other than seeing that they flow well as narrative I can't evaluate them. I couldn't get the whole series at the local library, but the books are rather repetitive.
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Chr Fle
It starts in the beginning after the "last end".
Been around along time, "Us Humans"
Very interesting! This one brought me to Fingerprints of the Gods (Graham Hancock). Then back to #5 of this series.
just starting to read it now most of this book was repeated from the books before...a tad boring.
Pierpaolo Da Fieno
Suggestive and original ideas but they definitely lack proofs.
The pyramids and civilizations in the Americas explained!
Adam Madvibe
book 4....great book....
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Sitchin was born in Baku, Azerbaijan, and was raised in Palestine. He acquired some knowledge of modern and ancient Hebrew, other Semitic and European languages, the Torah, and the history and archeology of the Near East.

Sitchin graduated from the London School of Economics, University of London, majoring in economic history.

A journalist and editor in Israel for many years, he now lives and writ...more
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