Editorial Reviews. About the Author. David Hatcher Childress is the author of 15 books, including The Lost Cities Series, The Time Travel Handbook and The. Download eBooks Technology of the Gods [PDF, ePub] by David Hatcher Childress Complete Read Online "Click Visit button" to access full FREE ebook. Technology of the Gods by David Hatcher Childress, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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Biography[ edit ] Born in France to American parents, and raised in Colorado and Montana, United States , Childress went to University of Montana-Missoula to study archaeology, but left college in at 19 to begin travelling in pursuit of his archaeological interests. In , Childress moved to Kempton, Illinois and established a publishing company named Adventures Unlimited Press,   which is a sole proprietorship. His company published his own works and then those of other authors, presenting fringe-scientific theories regarding ancient civilizations , cryptozoology , and little-known technologies. Since first entering the industry in , Childress has been involved in two lawsuits regarding publishing; one, concerning the Kennedy assassination , failed after expiry of a statute of limitations and the other, involving an unpublished master's thesis about UFOs written in , was settled out of court. Childress has been interviewed on several radio programs. Nunn a Professor of Geography at the University of the Sunshine Coast has noted that Childress is a proponent of pseudoscientific claims such as the lost continent Mu and megaliths on the Pacific islands built by levitation.
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In terms of revelations, in terms of information. If you are interested in history or just need to polish your knowledge a bit - this book is definitely for you.
One of my favourites, for sure. Mar 17, Matt rated it it was ok. Mayan bulldozers? Atlantis electricity? Ancient Indian flying machines?
This book has it all! Childress, though needs an editor, lot of mistakes in this work. This book is hilarious. Great pseudo-science.
He is a bit short on his explanation of time-frames and in general, proof of any kind of his really weird claims. Quite funny though. I might just have to read his book "the anti-gravity handbook" when my body starts sagging. Jan 02, Kari rated it really liked it Shelves: This books goes into detail about many of the topics covered in the History Channel's show Ancient Aliens. It includes pictures and many first hand accounts from archaeologists and explorers.
While I don't ascribe to many of these theories totally, they are interesting to read and provide an alternate theory as to how ancient civilizations built their monoliths and for what purposes. Surprisingly Good Leaves you wanting more. I liked how the author shows the similarities between different cultures. This definitely makes you wonder about the history you were taught. May 14, Ed Mortensen rated it liked it. Good book that examines written records and artifacts to prove a higher level of technology in our distant past.
Jan 15, Pjbhaumik rated it it was amazing. David Hatcher Childress wrote this fascinating book on historical theory at a comprehensive level.
There is work from years ago to the end of the last century BC. The chapters described the rise of fall of ancient civilizations from a technological standpoint.
Each chapter offered evidence of a different technological capability, a justification for the suppositions, and elimination of opposition theories. Evident in each presentation was research into the mechanics, geological ramificatio David Hatcher Childress wrote this fascinating book on historical theory at a comprehensive level. Evident in each presentation was research into the mechanics, geological ramifications, and ancient literature. No single religion or civilization was given bias.
Attention appeared instead to details respecting the most awe: Technology associated with these relics were then the object of investigation. Rationale remained fact-based against many of the pre-existing brute force theories for the accomplishments of our ancient ancestors.
Their accomplishments and disappearances could have realistically been a result of technologies that to us would appear to be supernatural in nature or origin!
Oct 01, Greg rated it liked it Shelves: David Childress makes some interesting points, however, I have some issues with this book. First, the editing leaves quite a bit to be desired; pages don't always match up, paragraphs get repeated when you turn the page, things like that.
Second, there are lots of photographs to accompany the text, which this subject matter definitely needs, but often the images are not labeled, they do not appear to have anything to do with what is being discussed on the page, and quite frankly, many of them are David Childress makes some interesting points, however, I have some issues with this book. Second, there are lots of photographs to accompany the text, which this subject matter definitely needs, but often the images are not labeled, they do not appear to have anything to do with what is being discussed on the page, and quite frankly, many of them are of very poor quality.
They reminded me of a student in middle school who uses a nearly broken copy machine to copy pictures from a book, then glues them into their report. I would not recommend this book as a first entrance to reading about ancient cultures.
Instead, I would suggest Graham Hancock's "Fingerprints of the Gods" Hancock's book is much better put together, the supporting images are clear and meaningful, and the style leads to greater credibility. Ho conosciuto Childress grazie alla sua presenza nella serie "Enigmi Alieni" e mi era sembrato sin da subito una persona piuttosto simpatica.
Insomma, un grosso pout-porri che pesca a piene mani da altri autori, ma che non sempre risulta come scrittura dinamico o d'interesse. Non di meno, un buon testo per chi vuole approcciarsi all'archeologia mysteriosa. Feb 09, Marty Duncan rated it it was amazing. The original 'Indiana Jones' continues to investigate lost cities and ancient mysteries around the world; while also appearing on 'Ancient Aliens' on History Channel. Childress posits a technological civilization existed before the 'fire and brimstone' hit the Earth.
Jun 29, Louis rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: See if this is correct. Very similliar information in many of this guys books, some rehashed over. Sometimes over the top on theories. The simplest answer is usually the correct one.
Yes, ancient cultures had technology. Yes they were as advanced as we are or even more so, but highly advanced civilizations crash hard. Next time lets prevent that a little. Oh and for my Space Operations guys, "one day too new is bad, but older is better.
Jun 14, Danny rated it really liked it. Some really fascinating stuff! Lots of compelling ideas to contemplate. There is a lot of speculation but some of the ideas really make sense. I don't know why but I can really get into this type of stuff. I read this because of the History series Ancient Aliens.
It is the second book I've read related to the subject. Oct 02, Friedrich Mencken rated it liked it Shelves: Speculations on historical and archeological mysteries from around the world. What I like about Childress writing is that he abstains from making absolute statements on his various theories and speculations on ancient world technology.
The book explores the technology that was allegedly used in Atlantis and the theory that the great pyramid of Egypt was originally a gigantic power station. From beginning to end, the book is filled with facts, keen observations and tales that challenge modern assumptions in a humorous, intelligent and compelling way.
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