e52a6f0149 Once again, Hancock comes through with some great research for others to build on. However, that would have made the book a thousand pages long, and I can understand the necessity of not straying too much from the central theme. My impressions? Quite a long, and at times tedious read, UNDERWORLD nevertheless struck me as a fascinating and passionate exposition of a man's search for what may be a missing chapter in our history. The entire toolset is available through a compact bar at the bottom of the screen. TOPICS:. To: Nikas777; StayAt HomeMother; ErnestattheBeach; 1ofmanyfree; 21twelve; 24Karet; 2ndDivisionVet; . What survived are racial memories and some passed down knowledge turned to myth and legends but for the most part real evidence for this civilization is buried under the seas.
Here Hancock is in his element, researching mysterious ancient traditions and suggesting there is more than meets the eye. Pingin' it, sure we'll see some rip-roarin' discussion. I cant see the image. This willingness to admit he may be wrong is a refreshing aspect of UNDERWORLD, and it is encountered again when he meets up with geologist Dr Wolf Wichmann. The reason I sound this warning is because UNDERWORLD (available from Amazon US and UK) is the closest thing (in style at least) that Hancock has done to FOTG. Let's take a look at each part in a little more detail. [ Post Reply Private Reply To 1 View Replies]. Part II is devoted entirely to India.