Cosmos in Collision by Theodore A. Holden,Troy D. McLachlan

By Theodore A. Holden,Troy D. McLachlan

Take a trip right into a darkened age sooner than time began.

Contrary to the perceived knowledge of recent technology, the ancients let us know Earth begun existence as a satellite tv for pc of the planet Saturn lengthy prior to the looks of the sunlight, moon and stars. This was once Earth’s crimson sunrise of construction, a twilight dreamtime stretching again into an ageless previous ahead of the sunshine of day entered the realm. right here, among mankind’s oldest stories, is a long-lost period during which our historic ancestors battled for survival in a semi-nocturnal international with out any skill to mark the passage of time.

Cosmos in Collision is a thorough exploration into historic mankind’s personal model of our prehistory, a profoundly new tackle the lifestyles of lifestyles prior to a catastrophic collision of 2 primordial planetary structures got here to form the sun approach as we all know it this present day.

Rejecting the more and more untenable motives glossy technology promotes for the formation of our sun method, Cosmos in Collision correlates the witness of global mythology with a startlingly new speculation for human origins. It establishes a grand substitute imaginative and prescient for mankind’s position within the early historical past of our cosmos, asking crucial query alongside the best way, like:

Why do the ancients insist Saturn was once our first and most sensible sun?
Why does international mythology continuously position the planet Saturn and the homestead of the gods at Earth’s celestial north the place the Pole big name is today?
Why do historic texts communicate of an age of darkness latest lengthy prior to a fabled Golden Age while Saturn governed the heavens in ultimate brilliance?
. . . And, such a lot intriguingly. . .
Why have been people doubtless so ailing tailored for this primordial Age of Darkness, while the nocturnal flourished and survival of the fittest took on a completely new and sinister meaning?

Cosmos in Collision solutions those and different questions as to what lifestyles used to be like on a primeval Earth trapped for millennia underneath a unstable sub-brown dwarf superstar referred to as Saturn. It then provides proof for the lifestyles of a former international, except Earth, which can carry the most important to mankind’s final origins; an international shut sufficient for humanity to review, discover and at last colonize inside a generation.

Packed with informative illustrations, Cosmos in Collision presents essentially the most provocative and debatable recommendations to mankind’s everlasting wish to understand from whence we got here . . . and the place we should always be going.

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