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The Sirius Mystery – interview with Robert Temple

Did people in the world arise from contact with residents of a planet in the Sirius star system prior to 3,000 B.C.? To answer this question, Robert Temple traces the customs of 4 African tribes back 5,000 years to the ancient Mediterranean societies of Sumer as well as Egypt. He shows that these societies possessed great expertise, considerably which they declared was given them by site visitors from Sirius. There are tribal cultures in current Africa (notably the Dogon of Mali) whose most sacred traditions are based upon this theory; their expertise of the Sirius system is exceptional in its precision as well as detail, consisting of info just recently known to contemporary scientific research.

Lots of authors have actually guessed on extraterrestrial contact, but never just before has such an in-depth concept been developed. The Sirius Mystery gives truths gathered during eight years of research.

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