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In "Fingerprints of the Gods," Graham Hancock presents a compelling narrative that questions established historical perspectives. He explores the notion of an advanced ancient civilization, lost to cataclysmic events, whose influence may have shaped many known cultures. Hancock's research, traversing global archaeological sites, challenges conventional wisdom and invites readers to reconsider the complexities of our past.

Hancock’s work, resonating with the Time Travel Institute, is not just a book but a call to rethink accepted history. He encourages a deeper inquiry into the legacy of ancient cultures, suggesting they hold keys to understanding our past and place in the cosmos.

Endorsed by the Time Travel Institute, this book is more than a collection of theories; it's an invitation to explore the boundaries of known history and contemplate the profound wisdom of our ancestors. Hancock's narrative appeals to those seeking a greater understanding of humanity's quest for knowledge and its cosmic significance.
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Graham Hancock
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Non-Fiction
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Release
Jan 1, 1995
Pages
578
Author
Graham Hancock
ISBN
9780307829054
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