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Iconic author, poet and anthropologist Hugh Fox was connecting the dots on contacts between the ancient cultures, across the globe, in prehistoric and post-Flood eras long before recent evidence surfaced to support his theories. In GODS OF THE CATACLYSM, Fox weaves a fascinating story, in classic who-done-it style, that takes the reader on a fantastic voyage through the ages and across the continents. From the jungles of south Asia and the archaic landscape of the Middle-East to the peaks of the Andes and into ...
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Overview

Iconic author, poet and anthropologist Hugh Fox was connecting the dots on contacts between the ancient cultures, across the globe, in prehistoric and post-Flood eras long before recent evidence surfaced to support his theories. In GODS OF THE CATACLYSM, Fox weaves a fascinating story, in classic who-done-it style, that takes the reader on a fantastic voyage through the ages and across the continents. From the jungles of south Asia and the archaic landscape of the Middle-East to the peaks of the Andes and into the rainforests of the Amazon and Meso-America, the author makes his point that the earliest civilizations of the America's were much more than we previously thought. Join him as he illuminates the sea-change that takes place in society after the Flood, unearths the gods of the ancients, and exposes their horrific method to forestall the next, final cataclysm.

Keywords: Pre-Columbian Americas, Maya, Aztec, Inca, Olmec, Toltec, Chavin, 2012, calendar, ancient contact, ancient religions, gods, ancient migrations, Mediterranean, Mesopotamia, Indus Valley, Dravidian, Aryan.
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Hugh Fox is perhaps the most totalistic proponent of the school that believes (that cultural) resemblances are due to historic contact rather than archetypal coincidence. Fox is well versed in a wide range of evidence, and is a participant in a legitimate reconsideration of the pieties of academic history and the factual versus fanciful status of myth.
The Western World Review - Robert Sagehorn
Hugh Fox has become one of the foremost authorities (perhaps the foremost authority) on pre-Columbian American cultures.
Who’s Who in U.S. Writers, Editors and Poets - Curt Johnson
Hugh Fox’s Gods of the Cataclysm...ought to be required reading for cultural historians of all disciplines.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013618657
  • Publisher: Aardwolfe Books
  • Publication date: 7/11/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,355,101
  • File size: 8 MB

Meet the Author

Iconic American author and poet Hugh Fox was born in Chicago in 1932, the son of a violinist-turned-M.D. father and a frustrated actress mother. Steeped in the arts and music during his upbringing, Hugh was enticed out of medical school to pursue his interests in the humanities, obtaining a B.S. and M.A. from Loyola University in Chicago, and a Ph.D. in American Literature from the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign). He has held positions as Professor of American Literature at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, Fulbright Professor of American Studies/Literature at several prestigious centers of learning, and Professor in the Department of American Thought and Language at Michigan State University (MSU).

Everything Hugh Fox does transcends the normal. Hugh's wide-ranging interests show his indefatigable curiosity about the overwhelming pre-occupations of life: love, sex, death, and loss. He writes poetry, fiction, and non-fiction to include archaeology, anthropology, and religion. With over a hundred and twenty published works to his credit, Hugh Fox is still going strong. His sometimes eccentric and emotional intensity has earned him friends and followers from all over the world who appreciate not only his work as a writer, but his work for writers and as a founding father of the alternative press literary scene. He currently lives in retirement, as a Professor Emeritus at MSU, in East Lansing, Michigan.
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