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Summary

So many ancient civilizations mysteriously vanished, leaving behind only ruins. Uncover why these lost civilizations disappeared and still mystify us!

The world is a mysterious place, and there are whole epochs of history that our modern sensibilities have yet to come to grips with. The ancient philosopher Plato once spoke of an ideal society that met with cataclysmic destruction on an island called Atlantis. Although long considered fantasy or metaphor, there is reason to believe that Atlantis did indeed exist.

There is also reason to believe that there is more to the disappearance of a mysterious group of Native Americans called the Anasazi than meets the eye. These dwellers of the Four Corners region of the American southwest built impressive works of architecture carved right out of rock walls, and even built roads between their massive dwellings. Yet one day they seemingly picked up and left for good.

This book explores what might be behind the mysteries of these lost civilizations. Here you will find a full history of these ancient peoples, places, and cultures, and a complete telling of the enigmas that they left behind. Because with an open mind and a clear focus, there just might be something truly incredible for us to discover.

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©2021 Conrad Bauer (P)2021 Conrad Bauer

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  • 23-11-21

Don’t bother

Rehash of many other such books but with very poor fact checking and disregard for modern archaeological and scientific findings. Based on theories from 30 years ago. Narrator clearly does not believe what he is reading - sarcastic tone sounding like Moira Schitt.