How Ancient Alien Civilizations Almost Destroyed the Earth

Nick Redfern Reveals Evidence of Hostile Alien Events in Centuries Past

weapons-of-the-godsNick Redfern’s vast, world-wide audience is anxiously awaiting the chance to dive into his latest blockbuster, Weapons of the Gods: How Ancient Alien Civilizations Almost Destroyed the Earth (Amazon Link).  Flamboyantly controversial and dependably thought-provoking, Redfern is one of the

foremost experts on government conspiracies, UFOs, aliens and ancient civilizations. In Weapons of the Gods, he studies long-gone civilizations to answer the question: did previous cultures blossom, develop, and thrive, only to destroy themselves, tens or hundreds of thousands of years ago, with the same atomic technology as the bombs that decimated Hiroshima and Nagasaki?

In this startling new book, Redfern reveals evidence of Armageddon-level events in the biblical cities of Sodom and Gomorrah , the ancient Pakistani culture of Mohenjo-daro, Pakistan, and the Lonar Crater in India. In the epic Sanskrit texts of Ramayana and Mahabharata are descriptions of nuclear warfare that took place thousands of years ago.

Redfern argues that many previous civilizations cracked the secrets of the atom, only to become the victims of its terrifying power, while others may have been destroyed by hostile aliens with their own nuclear arsenals.

A reviewer remarked, “You can always count of Nick Redfern for quality conspiracy and UFO literature. His books have run the gamut from alien abduction to exposes on the infamous ‘Men in Black’ to the search for elusive creatures. (He) makes the world of the paranormal so compelling for his readers.”

A popular speaker and media guest, Redfern is the author of dozens of bestsellers on UFOs, cryptozoology, and the world of the paranormal; and, he has appeared on countless TV shows.

 

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  1. Gee, I think I might just go and write children’s books seeing as Nick Redfern keeps writing the books I wanted to. So much of all my studies. He doesn’t even call me back when I wrote him. I think he was busy or egotistical.
    Richard the Prospector

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