Gods' Machines: From Stonehenge to Crop Circles

Gods' Machines: From Stonehenge to Crop Circles

by Chok Bong Wun


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Based on the author’s decipherment of prehistoric carvings and the application of mathematical measurements, The Gods’ Machines shows how “unknown” phenomena from Angkor Wat to Stonehenge to crop circles are actually powerhouses built by an advanced extraterrestrial civilization for tapping electromagnetic energy. The book traces the development of that civilization on Earth over 5,000 years, revealing how all these structures are aligned according to a universal formula: an angle of 135 degrees at which Earth’s energy has been tapped by the alien creators of these monuments. These fascinating theories not only explain our distant past, but also open the door to a future of power technology and space travel.

Megalithic sites such as Newgrange and Stonehenge are constructed with quartz- and iron-rich stones with electrical conduction properties — minerals also found atop Aztec temple and inside crop circles. These stones, according to the author, served as dry cell batteries when heated and stressed, and supplied energy to the builders’ traveling vehicles. Most interestingly, the author has tested his theory on today’s crop circles. The Gods’ Machines is certain to stimulate debate among readers interested in alternative history, ancient civilization, and extraterrestrial intelligence.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781583942079
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
Publication date: 05/27/2008
Pages: 536
Product dimensions: 7.10(w) x 9.90(h) x 1.30(d)

About the Author

Wun Chok Bong was born in Hong Kong in 1965. The Gods’ Machines is his first book.

Table of Contents

Introduction     1
Houses of Mystery     3
The Real Stonehenge     17
Neolithic Ireland     30
Neolithic Brittany     88
The Megalithic Powerhouses of Malta     112
Neolithic Britain     132
Neolithic Orkney     242
Chalcolithic Spain and Egypt     272
Iron Age Powerhouses     308
Mesoamerican Powerhouses and the Builders' Jet Craft     318
Angkor Powerhouses and Ancient Indian Aircraft     408
Crop Circles: Modern Power Generators     466
Toward a Conclusion     513
Bibliography and Internet Resources     518

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