The Cygnus mystery : unlocking the ancient secret of life's origins in the cosmos

by Andrew Collins, 1957-

Book, 2007



Call number

QB16 .C65


Publisher Unknown


In this book, Andrew Collins reveals that the Cygnus constellation is the key to unlocking humanity's belief in the orgin of life in the heavens.

User reviews

LibraryThing member RobertBast
Disappointing. Mostly seems to tell us that lots of ancient monuments point north, which just happens to be where Cygnus was some time ago. His theory probably should have been abandoned, but perhaps he didn't want to waste all that work...
LibraryThing member CassiMerten
If you have never ventured into non-public education views on ancient history, this should not be your first. For that maybe start with Graham Hancock's Fingerprints of the Gods or Magicians of the Gods (this is a sequel to Fingerprints). If, however you are already aware of Buval's OCT and or other questions raised by Hancock, West, Wilson, and Schoch, to name but a few, then you will find Collins' latest work of great interest.

The theories are fresh and intriguing, Collins with the help of others has done research and tested ideas to create a plausible concept of knowledge diffusion in prehistoric cultures. Make sure that you brush up on your math, astronomy and geography first!
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