One recommended Alien theory Book is called “Chariots of the Gods” by Erich von Däniken. The book goes into possible theories and claims that Aliens helped humans with technology in the past.. The claims go into areas of pyramids being built, Stonehenge and many other magnificent buildings built in the world throughout time.. His theory suggests the possibility that all these were made with the help of Aliens and there technology and communication with Aliens and Us with these monuments happened at these times in history..
About Erich, Writer of Chariots of the Gods
Erich von Däniken writer behind the “Chariots of the Gods” was a noted traveller and writer, who spent a lot of his time travelling the world looking at pre history monuments, he saw similarities in designs in many places throughout the world. Each of which he claims some link to Alien UFO meetings with humans and technology that was passed on. What is particularly interesting about the book is it delves into many possibilities that science does not..
The Chariots of the Gods is a very interesting read delving deep into many alien theory’s and concepts that are often ignored.
Theories and Conclusions from the Chariots of the Gods Book
Some of the conclusions I made while reading “Chariots of the Gods” is that he has some great theories and different perspectives to indicate possibly why humans advanced so quickly around the times of the pyramids. There definitely is a breakthrough around these times in machinery, tools, weaponry, language and lastly amazing structures.. Whether it is true or not, I am not 100% convinced yet it makes me think differently on the subject of Alien encounters.
Were all these structures linked to alien communication or were they just a human evolution loop..? Also were these structures more built for for the Aliens and were they considered the gods back then at that time or was it all just human doing..? Maybe most religion came from Alien intervention..? So many questions and theories that all involve great discussion.. What do you think?