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Uriel's Machine : Reconstructing the Disaster Behind Human History - Christopher Knight

Uriel's Machine

Reconstructing the Disaster Behind Human History

Paperback Published: 6th October 2000
ISBN: 9780099281825
Number Of Pages: 624

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New geological evidence shows that in 7640 BC Earth was hit by seven comet fragments causing gigantic tidal waves. Is this the reality behind the worldwide myths of the flood? In China a cave has recently been excavated containing the remains of animals and men from around the world. Was this an `ark' designed to survive a flood? According to Masonic tradition the Biblical character called Enoch constructed a machine that predicts the movements of the sun and moon and gives early warning of comets on an Earth collision course.

The authors show that the ancient Book of Enoch, rediscovered in the eighteenth century describes how this machine should be constructed, and how Enoch's secret technology has been preserved since ancient times in Freemasonic lore.

About the Author

Christopher Knight was born in 1950, and has a degree in advertising and graphic design. He is chairman of a marketing and advertising agency and is a Freemason.

Robert Lomas was born in 1947 and has a degree in electrical engineering. He has worked on the guidance systems for Cruise missiles, and was involved in the early development of home computers. He is a Freemason and lectures on Masonic history.

Industry Reviews

"A Plausible explanation of how prehistoric societies could have developed astronomical observatories such as Stonehenge for practical reasons" * Sunday Times * "The book is superb... the insights that it opens in a series of varied fields, tying them in logically to each other, is very lucid" * Howie Firth, Director of the Orkney Science Festival *

ISBN: 9780099281825
ISBN-10: 0099281821
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 624
Published: 6th October 2000
Publisher: Cornerstone
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 18.0 x 11.0  x 4.0
Weight (kg): 0.32
Edition Number: 1

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