Everything you need to understand or teach Fingerprints of the Gods by Graham Hancock.
"Fingerprints of the Gods" is a non-fiction research work published in 1995 by Graham Hancock. This book is subtitled "The Evidence of Earth's Lost Civilization." The work is challenging because of the breadth and depth of knowledge presented. However, the author writes in a down-to-earth first person storyline style to tell about the expedition he and his photographer-wife Santha undertake from Peru to the Yucatan and Egypt. Her photographs of sites they visit are interspersed among his descriptive writing about the historical, archaeological and astronomical data and theories discussed. Hancock uses simple, straightforward language to communicate his clear concepts about a lost people.
The travels of Graham Hancock and Santha Faiia take them to cultural and historical sites from mountains and plateaus of Peru and Bolivia to pyramids and monuments in Central America and Mexico with a final return to the Great Pyramid and Sphinx... View more of the Fingerprints of the Gods Summary
Fingerprints of the Gods Lesson Plans contain 113 pages of teaching material, including: