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En busca de la Edad de Oro

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Muchas de las creencias de nuestros antepasados, tenidas por supersticiones so sentido por modernos arqueólogos y antropólogos, encierra un saber científico sin precedentes. Un conocimiento de la mecánica celestial y de las leyes de la naturaleza que forzosamente debió originarse en una "Edad de Oro" de la que hemos perdido toda memoria histórica.
Ésta es, a grandes rasgos,
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Mass Market Paperback, 336 pages
Published 2004 by DeBolsillo (first published January 1st 2000)
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Daniel Paniagua Díez
Interesante libro de investigación, muy entretenido, pero salta tantas veces de un continente a otro, de una cultura o milenio a otro que terminé por despistarme un poco. No obstante me parece un libro recomendable para quien guste de estos temas.
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Dec 22, 2015 Oswaldo Fajardo rated it really liked it
Excelente aporte por parte de Javier Sierra, es interesante como se demuestra la capacidad intelectual que tenian nuestros antepasados y que los historiadores actuales reducen a simples cazadores y recolectores que usaban herramientas de piedra, creo que si lo vemos desde el punto de vista de los historiadores ortodoxos estariamos en un proceso involutivo ya que a todas luces esas civilizaciones estaban mucho mas avanzadas tanto en la ingenieria como en lo espiritual.
Gianni
Nov 25, 2014 Gianni rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Muy interesante, a los que le gusta la arquelogia y los cuentos misteriosos.
Miguel Royo
Nov 04, 2015 Miguel Royo rated it liked it
Shelves: misterio
Un libro compilador de datos y más datos que buscan demostrar que hubo una era dorada antes de la historia que recuerda la humanidad. Realmente pocas situaciones o información me atraparon realmente.
Victor Rodriguez
May 07, 2016 Victor Rodriguez rated it liked it
Very good introduction to a new dimension of mysteries which are not well promulgated on the main strain
David
May 26, 2013 David rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Un libro interesante e instructivo. Aunque, personalmente, prefiero las novelas de este autor a los libros con historias cortas.
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