Secret Places of the Lion: Alien Influences on Earth's Destiny

Secret Places of the Lion Alien Influences on Earth s Destiny Early traditions speak of the arrival of radiant beings from heaven self sacrificing guardians of the human race who have reincarnated as pivotal figures in the panorama of human history to assist in

  • Title: Secret Places of the Lion: Alien Influences on Earth's Destiny
  • Author: George Hunt Williamson
  • ISBN: 9780892816019
  • Page: 411
  • Format: Paperback
  • Early traditions speak of the arrival of radiant beings from heaven, self sacrificing guardians of the human race who have reincarnated as pivotal figures in the panorama of human history to assist in the work of evolution Secret Places of the Lion shows how these great ones have helped mankind for thousands of years, hiding their secrets in tombs, caverns, temple ruiEarly traditions speak of the arrival of radiant beings from heaven, self sacrificing guardians of the human race who have reincarnated as pivotal figures in the panorama of human history to assist in the work of evolution Secret Places of the Lion shows how these great ones have helped mankind for thousands of years, hiding their secrets in tombs, caverns, temple ruins, and catacombs Posing as wanderers, they would declare universal wisdom and truth at certain periods of history when people were prepared to receive it then they would withdraw for a time to see what was done with the new found knowledge Thus, the rises and plateaus of our cultural history emerged Classic in the UFO field.Many years after his death, the author still has a devoted following.

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    1. "Secret Places of the Lion" is one of the seminal works of crackpottery that launched the "ancient astronaut" craze of the 1970s, popularized by the ridiculous, plagiaristic books of Erich von Daniken. Williamson's premise that a race of alients have guided the development of civilization throughout history is intriguing, sort of, though would be better left in the realm of fiction. The problem is the book is nearly incomprehensible. Exactly what, for instance, IS a Secret Place of the Lion, a p [...]

    2. When I picked this book up, I thought I'd get a kick out of it. "Alien influences on Earth's destiny"?! I'm there! I usually read this type of subject with a grain of salt, for entertainment mostly. It started off interesting enough, then got really boring fast. I could only manage to get to page 60-something and couldn't take any more punishment. This book even inspired me to create a new shelf, "unreadable". And that doesn't happen very often where I can't possibly finish a book. Out of hundre [...]

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