Re: Chariots of da Gods?!!

Martin Stower (
3 Oct 1996 14:47:34 GMT (Frederick Allen) wrote:


>In fact, there is a lot of evidence to support the idea of an intervention
>by so-called "gods", but you must look to an author who presents it
>scientifically. For example, try disproving all of the evidence presented
>in Alford's "Gods of the New Millennium" (
>Best regards,
>Frederick Allen.

I gather from the contents list, as given at the specified site, that
Alford repeats Sitchin's asinine `Great Pyramid forgery' claim.

Could anyone who's read the book send me details of what he says on this

My outline refutation of the `forgery' claim is at

- and I've done far more research than I've yet written up.

The volume of work involved in refuting just one point underlines the
fallacy in this kind of `try disproving all the evidence presented'
challenge. Writing rubbish is far, far easier than writing sound
commentary. Just because no-one has the time or inclination to refute
the whole package, doesn't make it so.

Repetition of Sitchin's forgery claim is (IMO) a reliable indicator
of just one more uncritical `ancient mysteries' compilation.