Did ancient “visitors”—of extraterrestrial origin—come to Earth long ago and lift the human race out of the ashes of a great global catastrophe around 10,500 BC? Were the science and secrets that they taught the ancients intended to be a guide for all humanity to the present era of change and upheaval we are experiencing? Was this crucial information about our future and our true past usurped by secretive, small cabals, some with bad intent and some with altruistic designs, who have held these secrets over the millennia to the present day? In Ancient Aliens and Secret Societies, New York Times bestselling author Mike Bara says the answer to each of these questions is “yes.” He examines the ancient, major catastrophe that jolted the human race and exposes how the spiritual wisdom and scientific knowledge the ETs sought to bestow on humanity were hijacked by a self-appointed sect of secret societies for their own benefit. The influence of these secret societies and their extraterrestrial ties are said to be the stuff of myth, but Bara will show readers that this influence is all too real and the origins far stranger than they might have imagined. In the end, Bara speculates on the possibility that these ETs—whom the ancients knew as gods—may be returning within our lifetime. Chapters include: Out of the Ashes; From the Sky Down; Ancient Aliens?; The Dawn of the Secret Societies; The Fractures of Time; Into the 20th Century; Back to the Future; NASA and the Apollo missions; Return to Tomorrow; more.
|Publisher:||Adventures Unlimited Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.90(d)|
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Fascinating historical facts and well-conceived theories
Mr. Bara is one of the NASA haters. I don't know what NASA ever did to earn his scorn, but it must have been something awful. Now he offers another book trying to tell us that NASA is controlled by Nazis and Occultists-- never mind that there haven't been Nazis in the Agency for at least 30 years, and the only occultist died in 1952. As a way of belittling the Agency, Bara comes up with this drivel: "There is no doubt ... that NASA absolutely launches, lands and performs key events in the space program not based on scientific or academic reasons, but to serve some bizarre and ancient occult belief system... NASA continues to follow these rituals to this day, on virtually every mission they undertake." I have news for Bara: There are no "academic" reasons for launch times. There are only engineering reasons. You launch when you have to, to get where you're going. What evidence does Mr Bara offer in support of his ridiculous accusation? All 135 Shuttle launches conform to his astrological imperatives? No -- he doesn't even mention the Shuttle. Instead, he relies on a private ceremony performed by Buzz Aldrin after landing in Apollo 11. Bara says Sirius was at some magical elevation, or maybe Regulus was. But he can't have that as support for the theory, because that was not a NASA event. It was not in the flight plan, and Mission Control didn't even know about it. This book is a shining example of why publishers should not be awarding contracts to dilettante authors who don't understand their subject matter.