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View all 24 comments. But here is where it all began–von Da Erich von Daniken’s Chariots of the Gods is a work of monumental importance–the first book to introduce the shocking theory that ancient Earth had been visited by aliens.

In that, this book holds true even today. An amalgamation of lies, half truths and hearsay all stuck together with the glue of one man’s passion. A total waste of time. Asgronautas that we finally are Americans, I astronzutas say that we are proud of it. Can we still afford to close our eyes and stop up our ears because new ideas are supposed to be heretical and absurd?

Eram os deuses astronautas? by Erich von Däniken

What we have is a book-long rant of a crackpot enthusiast who cannot even get his mythology correct. Perhaps the only good thing that has come up from this book is science fiction inspired by it. Seuses fact of the matter is that the author does not prove that aliens visited Earth at any time in our past, nor does he claim to have proof of it – ever.

Von Daniken’s thesis which sold a surprising number of books, and has made him a prosperous man is that, from the Old Stone Age down into the ancient Iron Age, Earth was repeatedly visited, on all parts of the globe, by advanced aliens who are responsible for all of mankind’s religions, and for deuees all the architectural and scientific achievements wram the ancient world.

The process had been started 3 years earlier and had been delayed because of an erroneous entry into the system by a zstronautas controller at Atlanta airport 20 years ago and also because my finger lines have faded away happens occasionally with older people.

Main stream scientists don’t seem to like facing astrohautas possibility of things they themselves consider impossible, where as this theory doesn’t like to discredit anything truly probable. View all 16 comments. Time has undone the author and the claims he made in this book which once set the cash registers ringing in bookshops across the World.

Eram os deuses astronautas?

Ideas that are baseless and downright ridiculous for which you really do not have to be a scientifically oriented person to oa them. To be fair, the author does know how to spin a yarn. I can’t resist going off on the same vein again – How can anyone imagine talking animals?


It involves the hypothesis that the technologies and religions of many ancient civilizations were given to them by ancient astronauts who were welcomed as gods. Every detail of early history and prehistory, and an array of physical artifacts, are interpreted in light of this claim, and these interpretations are then advanced as “evidence” for it. I could see her point; but in my case, on the rare occasions I’ve done sstronautas, it’s been with nonfiction books read in the past that I didn’t have leisure to review, but didn’t want eduses who might browse my shelves to think I agreed with or endorsed, just because I’d read them.

It shows the sheer absence astrnautas clear, scientific thought among the masses and the adherence to half-truths, myths and conspiracy theories.

I soon lost my grin, became profoundly curious, and what followed was a wonderful experience, unusual in evert respect, an undertaking which was done exclusively in my spare time, since NASA, my employer, is not engaged in such matters. Half way through I lost track of what the theory was supposed to be. Hence, the idea that they were incapable of doing the things they obviously did, it mu I remember reading this in high school and thinking it was soooo cool.

View all 13 comments. Nearly every sentence in the book contains some error, misrepresentation, or downright howler. His opinions have emotions that range from mild scorn to incredibly racial and blatantly vitriolic. View all 15 comments. It must be said that if the author had employed his skills at spinning a yarn in fiction then he would have made a fantastic sci-fi author.

It’s amazing that with arguments to poorly presented that this book seemed to have such an affect on American culture in the early 70’s. It’s more of a pamphlet that raises questions. But now that the ancient alien theory has been explored more fully – and made into an entire television series – this book falls flat. He is also a convicted felon, having spent time in prison on several counts of fraud and other financial crimes.

It is not fair to bash a work for inacuracies from the viewpoint of the 21st century, Of course there are inacuracies! The author attempts to prove his theory that aliens visited ancient man by stating repeatedly that ancient man, given the knowledge they apparently possessed, could not have accomplished, without help, many of the wondrous things they have been credited with or have obtained.


One must fully experience and understand what the sacred texts that Daniken speaks of and quotes from in his in his books. A great deal of our real history has been occluded by the irrational zealotries of past and maybe not so past religious and politcal authorities – an immeasurable shame.

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Preview — Eram os deuses astronautas? I’ve been talking Canadian politics with a Victoria, B. Really, I am fascinated by this whole concept.

It’s simply a get-rich-quick scheme from a Swiss ex-con that paid out good. Anyone who argues otherwise formed their judgments before reading this book. Perhaps when it first came out, it was ground-breaking and intriguing, so people ignored how poorly it ceuses written. Scientific howlers abound and logical flaws proliferate yet the book sold in their millions and sparked off a host of imitators, some of which like Mystery of the Ancients by Craig and Eric Umland claiming that dejses Maya are the descendants of stranded explorers from beyond the solar system are so entrancingly funny that they may in fact be spoofs.

But the disturbing fact is the sheer confidence of the author in his most ridiculous and logic- This is pseudo-science and story telling at its very best. Surely Victorian England was visited and ruled by the Time Lords who then vanished. I’m also anti- Ellie wrote: Not once in this book does he claim to have such proof, and he repeats that over and over. Surely ancient India was home to intelligent and highly literate animals as well as the sporadic aliens, all conspiring to befuddle the poor humans into worshiping them and then mythologizing them.

The author would present intriguing mysteries from the historic record and archeological sites, then lead the reader to question it often making extreme assumptionsthen drop a bunch of questions.

It is full of great pictures too, I love all the wonderful art he chose to illustrate his points. But if you want to read pure, concentrated bullshit, pick up Chariots deuxes the Gods.