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Flying Serpents and Dragons: The Story of Mankind's Reptilian Past

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A highly original work that deals a shattering blow to all our preconceived notions about our past and human origins. Worldwide legends refer to giant flying lizards and dragons that came to this planet and founded the ancient civilizations of Mesopo-tamia, Egypt, India and China. Who were these reptilian creatures? This book provides the answers to many of the riddl
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Paperback, 276 pages
Published July 19th 1999 by Book Tree (first published 1990)
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Jonny Telestus
Oct 23, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I pity those reviewers above, and people like them, who ridicule authors like R.A.Boulay and other proponents of similar Ancient Astronaut theories, simply for putting forth so many interesting questions (because that's really what he openly admits he does, often throughout this work) in light of fascinating and thought-provoking references and evidence which are all from copious sources.

Some people will perhaps only read the cover and introduction and dismiss it as soon as any little bit of inf
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Monty
Jan 09, 2008 rated it liked it
It may seem like a stretch to be open to the possibility that we humans were seeded by reptilian aliens and that many of the references in the Bible such as fiery chariots, angels and so on were the authors' ways of describing rocket ships and alien astronauts. Unlike the Bible, there is other data from the time period starting way before 4000 BC that support the author's premise. The book has more detail than I would like, but it was a fascinating read, and it further reinforced a growing belie ...more
Doug
Jun 28, 2008 added it
Totaly weird!
Tjellow
Dec 17, 2009 rated it really liked it
Shelves: mythology, history
Interesting theories.. I loved all the biblical references. Great read with some nice symbolic illustrations.
~ginny~
Fantastically well researched book

For anyone interested in piercing the self imposed veil of dogma and religion, spiritually inclined or scientifically inclined, this is a must read for all and shoukd be mandatory in last 2 years of senior schools. Bit thin on the conclusion though: why not explore concept of hyperdimensions within holographic universe?
Mm
Nov 25, 2012 rated it really liked it
Fantastic and totally credible!

Peter Heinrich
Jun 29, 2010 rated it did not like it
Shelves: nonfiction, history
Wow. What planet is this guy from?
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