Lost Civilizations: The Secret Histories and Suppressed Technologies of the Ancients

by Jim Willis
Lost Civilizations

… startling new scientific and archaeological discoveries and revelations … delves deeply into innumerable ancient ruins and remains scattered across the globe …

Alternative Perceptions Magazine

Thoughtful and thought-provoking … Highly recommended.

Fate Magazine

… highly recommended for anyone with an interest in either archaeology, mythology, or spirituality. … From Gobekli Tepe, to Apache legend, from Nephilim to Bigfoot, to Denisovans, to the Messiah, to Reptilians, Willis tackles all manner of myth and archetype … My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Ken Goudsward Co-Host Sci-Fi Roundtable Podcast

Treading similar territory as Erich von Däniken’s Chariots of the Gods, this work from minister and adjunct college professor Willis asks who are we as humans and considers the possibility that extraterrestrials were responsible for the achievements of ancient civilizations.

Library Journal

Unearthing the scientific evidence, myths, and legends of ancient civilization!

The reminders of the Ancients are everywhere.

They are saved in remnants in archaeology. They are found in reminiscences in mythology. They are recorded in books, story, song, and stone. Who were these people, aliens, man-or-myths? Do we still see their influences today? What remains of these inhabitants of the jungles, lost cities, and dwellings underground, underwater and beyond? How did they rise? Why did they fall? Will they rise again?

From pyramids and underground bunkers to watery graves and ancient astronauts, Lost Civilizations: The Secret Histories and Suppressed Technologies of the Ancients examines the archaeological evidence and the traces left behind by more than 70 ancient civilizations, including …

  • Atlantis
  • Göbekli Tepe
  • Anasazi disappearance in the American Southwest
  • Nazca Lines of Peru
  • Turkey's Çatalhöyük
  • Denisovan Ancestors departure
  • Amazon Cities in the Jungle
  • Neanderthal Ancestors extinction
  • The Eden Stories of Theoretical Physics
  • Underground Cities of the Grand Canyon
  • And many more!

    From ancient Egypt, middle America, and the Nubian Desert to the frozen Antarctica, underwater ruins of Asia, and clues of visits by ancient aliens, Lost Civilizations explores the unanswered questions about the true origins of man. Might there have been advanced civilizations long before the days of ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia? What do 3D imaging and new underwater mapping technology reveal? What do prehistoric artifacts, architecture, carvings, maps, and monoliths tell us? Were rising waters, erupting volcanoes, catastrophic solar flares, comet or asteroid fragments or some other unimaginable cataclysmic disasters the death of these advanced civilizations?

    Touring the world and reviewing the scientific evidence, this fascinating book ties together historical events in one part of the world that produced actual effects in others. Uncovering hidden and suppressed pasts of technologically and culturally advanced ancient civilizations, it looks at how modern civilization compares and contrasts to those who have gone before. It will leave you with the sense that what has happened to past advanced civilizations might very well be happening again in our own time! With more than 120 photos and graphics, it is richly illustrated. Its helpful bibliography and extensive index add to its usefulness.

  • About Jim Willis

    Jim Willis Having earned his master's degree in theology from Andover Newton Theological School, Jim Willis has been an ordained minister for over forty years. He has also taught college courses in comparative religion and cross-cultural studies. In addition, Willis has been a professional musician, high school orchestra and band teacher, arts council director, and even a drive-time radio show host. His background in theology and education led to his writings on religion, the apocalypse, cross-cultural spirituality, and the mysteries of the unknown. Willis resides in the woods of South Carolina.

    Hometown: South Carolina

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