Description : Popular Lost Cities author David Hatcher Childress takes to the road again in search of lost cities and ancient mysteries. This time he is off to the American Southwest, traversing the region’s deserts, mountains and forests investigating archeological mysteries and the unexplained. Join David as he starts in northern Mexico and searches for the lost mines of the Aztecs. He continues north to west Texas, delving into the mysteries of Big Bend, including mysterious Phoenician tablets discovered there and the strange lights of Marfa. He continues northward into New Mexico where he stumbles upon a hollow mountain with a billion dollars of gold bars hidden deep inside it! In Arizona he investigates tales of Egyptian catacombs in the Grand Canyon, cruises along the Devil’s Highway, and tackles the century-old mystery of the Superstition Mountains and the Lost Dutchman mine. In Nevada and California Childress checks out the rumors of mummified giants and weird tunnels in Death Valley, plus he searches the Mohave Desert for the mysterious remains of ancient dwellers alongside lakes that supposedly dried up tens of thousands of years ago. It’s a full-tilt blast down the back roads of the Southwest in search of the weird and wondrous mysteries of the past!
Description : Investigates questions concerning such lost civilizations as Lemuria and Atlantis, looking at their beliefs and possible contacts with extraterrestrial or advanced beings, while discussing cases of evidence suppression and archaeological scandals.
Description : "Search for lost Mayan cities and books of gold, discover an ancient canal system in Arizona, climb gigantic pyramids in the Midwest, explore megalithic monuments in New England, and join the astonishing quest for the lost cities throughout North [and Central] America"--Amazon.com.
Description : The most amazing treasure book ever written, giving the locations of well over 100 fabulous fortunes waiting to be found in the ore-rich Southwest. Thomas Penfield has done years of exhaustive research for Dig Here! and has accomplished the Herculean task of separating fact from fiction. For the first time lost treasure stories of the Southwest are stripped bare of their legends and lies. Each treasure account is preceded by the approximate location, estimated total value - and authentication. Reading sources for each account are also included so you can do additional research on the intriguing stories of these treasures. Dig Here! is overflowing with lore, spellbinding backgrounds, driving Western drama - and exciting, reliable facts.
Description : A book of archaeological adventure in Central America. Gann's book discusses 'devil dances, ' Mayan religion, exotic flints, and has lots of photos, maps and diagrams from the 20s.
Description : Over a period of centuries the Ancient Ones of the American Southwest constructed a pattern of sandstone villages that precisely matches key constellations in the sky. This book plunges you into the mysteries of these unified star correlations.Other fascinating topics include: Orion's global stargate shrines, Arizona earth chakras, crypto-creatures and star ancestors. Encounter a pre-Columbian counterculture in New Mexico, a prehistoric Mexican city obsessed with macaws, and the lost empire of Aztlán. Read compelling evidence of transoceanic migrations to the Southwest in early epochs. Find out why an extensive road system was built by a people who did not use the wheel. Learn the purpose of massive pyramids and canals made by those who once lived on the site of modern-day Phoenix. Time-travel back to the Age of Taurus for the current significance of the Crab Nebula supernova. Then return to explore the subterranean origin of the Anasazi, the cave conundrum of Grand Canyon, the Hopi Mystery Egg and prophecies of the Fifth World. Richly illustrated with satellite maps, star charts, historic photos, and diagrams, this guidebook to native cultures of the celestial desert elegantly elucidates the motto "As above, so below.”Chapters include: OZ (Orion Zone) Rising; Arizona Earth Chakras; Grand Canyon Cave Enigma and the Hopi Underworld; Pyramids and Canals of the Phoenix Basin Hohokam; The Hopi Mystery Egg and Prophecies of the Fifth World; All Roads Lead to... Chaco; Pole Star to the Underworld-Anasazi Ruins of Northwestern New Mexico; Mimbres-A Pre-Columbian Counter Culture In Southwestern New Mexico; Mummies, a Meteorite, and the Macaw Constellation-Casas Grandes, Mexico; The Lost Empire of Aztlán; The ABC of Orion: Ants, Bulls, and Copper; Crab Nebula Notes-Shifting To the Age of Taurus, 4,000 BC; Epic Seas Voyages of the Desert People; Genetic Evidence For Pre-Columbian Travel To the American Southwest; Global Orion Shrines-A Celestial Plan; more.
Description : The author describes his travels in South America and shares his views on the Nazca lines, Machu Picchu, Cuzco, and archaeological theories about the region and its ruins
Description : Was there once a continent in the Pacific? Called Lemuria or Pacifica by geologists, and Mu or Pan by the mystics, there is now ample mythological, geological and archaeological evidence to "prove" that an advanced, and ancient civilization once lived in the central Pacific. Maverick archaeologist and explorer David Hatcher Childress combs the Indian Ocean, Australia and the Pacific in search of the astonishing truth about mankind's past.
Description : David Childress, popular author and star of the History Channel’s show Ancient Aliens, brings us the incredible story of the Cham: Egyptian-Hindu-Buddhist seafarers who ruled a realm that was as big as the Pacific Ocean. The mysterious Cham, or Champa, peoples of Southeast Asia formed a megalith-building, seagoing empire that extended into Indonesia, Fiji, Tonga, Micronesia, and beyond—a transoceanic power that reached Mexico, the American Southwest and South America. The Champa maintained many ports in what is today Vietnam, Cambodia, and Indonesia (particularly on the islands of Sulawesi, Sumatra and Java), and their ships plied the Indian Ocean and the Pacific, bringing Chinese, African and Indian traders to far off lands, including Olmec ports on the Pacific Coast of Central America. Statues in Vietnam of the Champa show men and women distinctly African in appearance and the Champa royalty were known to consist of nearly every racial group. They had iron tools and built megalithic cities of finely-cut basalt and granite, such as the city of My Son in central Vietnam. Its construction is identical to that at Tiwanaku in South America. Topics include: Who Were the Champa?; Cham and Khem: The Egyptian Influence on Cham; The Search for Metals; Trans-Pacific Voyaging; The Basalt City of Nan Madol; Elephants and Buddhists in North America; The Cham and the Olmecs; The Cham in Colombia; The Cham and Lake Titicaca; Easter Island and the Cham; tons more.