Kolosimo, Peter trans Stevenson, Paul
Publisher: London, Garnstone Press
£12.00 with P&P in UK
Reprint hardback, 270 pages, 36 pages of composite b&w photos. Hard covers clean and sharp, binding tight, slightly rubbed at spine ends. Dj shows light shelf wear commensurate with age with small (c. 0.5 cm) tear at top corner. Dj has age browning at inside edges and closed page edges have some light age spotting, mostly at top.
Translated by Paul Stevenson
The theme of Kolosimo's book (his last book was the famous Not of this World,) is the development and real age of human civilisation and the possibility of influences by creatures from outer space. The mythical Atlantis, the author believes, may have been the cradle of a new type of man who penetrated the mysteries of nature and split the atom.
Kolosimo analyses a wealth of information about primitive societies, primeval transoceanic voyages, links between ancient cultures, solar and spatial religions, flying saucers etc. The facts lead him to a conclusion which (Soviet) scientists have accepted, that humanity now stands at a point that its remote ancestors had already reached; that creatures from other planets have been among us and perhaps are still watching us..
Our Ref: S5606