10 books about the Ancient Astronaut Theory that everyone should read

From Von Däniken groundbreaking “Chariots of the Gods” to Sitchin’s “The 12th Planet” we review 10 books essential to better understand the Ancient Astronaut Theory. 1 “Chariots of the Gods” Erich Von Däniken 1968 The first book to introduce the shocking theory that ancient Earth had been visited by aliens. This world-famous bestseller has withstood…

Saudi Arabia: 400 Mysterious Ancient Stone Structures Discovered

Almost 400 mysterious stone structures dating back thousands of years have been discovered in Saudi Arabia. The archaeologists involved aren’t sure of their purpose or exact age. Discovered mainly through satellite images, the stone walls which archaeologists call “gates” because they resemble field gates from above, were found in clusters in a region in west-central…

Farewell Jim Marrs

Jim Marrs was an American journalist and New York Times best-selling author. His books were read by millions and made an important contribution to the Ancient Astronaut Theory. From JFK Assassination, to Secret Societies, Jim always focus in the hidden truth. His work was treasured all over the world and books like «Alien Agenda: Investigating…

Sumerians in South America? The Fuente Magna Bowl

Found near Lake Titicaca in 1958 the Fuente Magna Bowl remains unexplained and one of the most important artifacts in Ancient Astronaut Theory. It features beautifully engraved anthropomorphic characters, zoological motifs characteristic of the local culture, and, more surprisingly, two types of scripts—a proto-Sumerian ancient alphabet and a local language of the ancient Pukara, forerunner…

1976 The Allagash Waterway Abduction

The Allagash Waterway abduction case happened in August 1976. Four friends were abducted and brought back some eerie details revealed only by hypnosis. Four friends from the Massachusetts Art College who went into the Allagash backwaters in Maine for camping were reportedly being abducted by extraterrestrials. Chuck Rak and Charlie Foltz reported this incidence in…