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Hybrids in the Serapheum under Sakkara/Egypt? by Erich von Däniken

Around 300 BC, a high priest named Manetho lived in Sebennytos, a city in the Nile Delta. He wrote a three-volume work, which is now lost for the most part. How then do we know anything about it? We owe thanks to Bishop Eusebius of Caesarea…

Undesirable Change by Erich von Däniken

25 years ago, the American author Budd Hopkins presented the results of a long-term study, in which several other U.S. scientists assisted. [1]. Hopkins claimed some people had been abducted by aliens and even carried extra-terrestrial implants. The scientific response to Hopkins…

Discovery of New Nazca! by Erich von Däniken

Scientists at the University of California, Los Angeles discovered new Nazca lines. Although not exactly in Nazca, but in the Chincha Valley, located in the vicinity of Nazca. The geoglyphs are associated with the Paracas culture, which was located around 350 kilometres south…

HOAX or unexplained ? The London Hammer: An Object Out of Time?

by Luke Higgins
An old story regarding a hammer found encased within rock has recently resurfaced. It came to us in a question: is this hammer, the London Hammer, an example of an out of place artifact (OOPart) that calls into question geology, archeology, and the…

Preface for the Anniversary Edition of Chariots of the Gods by Erich von Däniken

Since the publication of Chariots of the Gods in February, 1968, I have received questions from around the world inquiring how this book originated and what inspired these “crazy” ideas. One after the other. I…

There, a Conspiracy Theory By Erich von Däniken

Sometime in June 1947 - the exact date still remains controversial - a UFO crashed in the United States town of Roswell, New Mexico. The bodies of several aliens were recovered and examined. At least, that is what numerous UFO books report. Films about the Roswell incident…

Curiosities By Erich von Däniken

For 45 years, I have maintained a squeaky-clean archive. Therein is a section with the keyword “Curiosities.” For my new book, Impossible Truths [1], recently released by Kopp Verlag, I fished a few examples from this collection of impossibilities. The great sand sea of the Saad Plateau is…

Preface for the Anniversary Edition of Chariots of the Gods by Erich von Däniken

Since the publication of Chariots of the Gods in February, 1968, I have received questions from around the world inquiring how this book originated and what inspired these “crazy” ideas. One after the other. I come…

The Archaeology and Metal Detecting Magazine introduce Erich von Däniken

It is with great delight that the Archaeology and Metal detecting magazine has sourced a series of articles for publication in our first week long feature, by the well known swiss author - Erich von Däniken. This week…

Enduring mysteries of Ancient Egypt

by Luke Higgins
The Ancient Egyptians ruled a significant chunk of the world for almost 3,000 years, and left behind a rich legacy of art, architecture and mythology. But Ancient Egypt also left behind a few mysteries that archeologists and scholars still haven't been able to solve, even thousands of years…
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