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"Chariots of the Gods" is not a book of science fiction , Erich Von Daniken took literally the words of those people who left messages about the "Gods" that came from another planet ,those who can fly spaceships and have advanced technology while them were still in a primitive state and he tries to prove that those ''Gods" are astronauts from another planet who visited earth in the remote past and built those huge structures like those in Teotihuacán and the pyramids around the planet earth and he considers those Nazca lines in Peru as a landing place for those chariots of the gods, very interesting book that could open the mind to many intriguing questions.

Marie Ck, Facebook 13 Comments [4/21/2008 11:07:29 AM]
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Why is it aliens always build the great buildings in Africa and Asia and the Americas...but never Europe?

4/21/2008 12:05:15 PM


Monkey shaped landing strips? Man, those aliens have a weird sense of humor.

4/21/2008 12:50:41 PM



4/21/2008 2:30:55 PM


Damn it ArgleBargle, you beat me to it! Not only that but your post is better than mine was going to be; you used a picture!

4/21/2008 2:34:43 PM

And with at least 3000 language spoken now(let alone in the neolithic)and with such primitive people, how did they contact them?.

4/21/2008 3:40:01 PM



The next conspiracy loon is all yours. Daniken's nutjob theories have always been my favorite read. I even inherited his first three books from my grandpa.

4/21/2008 3:59:13 PM


I enjoyed "Chariots of the Gods?" and thought that, yes, it presented some interesting ideas. However, those ideas are, as yet, unprovable, and are best used as silly Sci-Fi (or even Fantasy) plot starters.

4/22/2008 10:20:05 AM


And he doesn't know how to use periods, either.

4/22/2008 10:41:35 AM


Like any documentary, a mix of opinions and facts. His OPINIONS, that it was all about religions derived from space aliens seeding life on earth, etc, were pretty ludicrous to me, but there was no denying some of the interesting facts.

..humming "Gods From Strange Planets"

4/25/2008 12:12:37 AM


You know, right from the start I thought 'Hey, isn't "Chariots of the Gods" the name of a Stargate SG-1 episode? Sounds like one.'

I had no idea how right I was. The goa'uld are coming!

4/26/2008 1:58:41 AM

Fed Up

Sounds like some bad stargate fan fiction.

4/27/2008 8:02:12 PM

haywood jablomy

Von Dummikin was cuckoo-for-cocoa-puffs all right!

4/28/2008 9:26:39 PM


How ironic, haywood, in the 80s I made an abstract tape composition, entitled "Pass The Shoe", that included both "cuckoo for cocoa puffs" and some music from the Chariots of the Gods soundtrack. That puts the dink in coinkidink, pretty much.

4/29/2008 12:11:03 PM

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