Graham Hancock’s Magicians of the Gods is a spellbinding examination of ancient mysteries that reveals lost wisdom from Earth’s forgotten civilization. With stunning revelations about our past, Hancock makes the case for a reconsideration of human history and the possibility of advanced knowledge possessed by our ancestors.
For who is this book for ?
Fans of Graham Hancock’s work will enjoy this latest book, as it provides new insights into ancient civilizations and their forgotten wisdom. Anyone with an interest in history, archaeology, or spiritualism will find much to ponder in Magicians of the Gods.
- Magicians of the Gods is a spellbinding examination of ancient mysteries that reveals lost wisdom from Earth’s forgotten civilization.
- With stunning revelations about our past, Hancock makes the case for a reconsideration of human history and the possibility of advanced knowledge possessed by our ancestors.
- This book is well researched with ample footnotes and sources cited throughout.
- Hancock’s theories are not always well-supported by evidence
- The book can be dense and difficult to follow at times
- It may leave readers with more questions than answers
Learn more about the author
Graham Hancock is the internationally bestselling author of Fingerprints of the Gods, The Sign and The Seal, Keeper of Genesis, Heaven’s Mirror, Supernatural and other groundbreaking works. His books have been translated into 27 languages and sold more than ten million copies worldwide.
“Simply outstanding! Graham Hancock has outdone himself in this latest work. Magicians of the Gods is nothing less than a masterpiece that takes us on an exhilarating journey to rediscover our forgotten past and reveals insights into ancient mysteries that are truly mind-blowing.”
“If you’re interested in ancient history, and the true origins of civilization, then this book is a must-read.”
“Graham Hancock weaves science and history into an enthralling tale that makes you question everything you know about the world.”
“Graham Hancock has a knack for making fringe topics read like mainstream history. . . Magicians of the Gods is another feather in his cap, as he convincingly makes the case that ancient civilizations possessed knowledge far beyond what we traditionally give them credit for.”