Linda Eneix (Founder,
Mediterranean Inst. for Ancient Civilizations)
3.6 – Aliens & Ancient Engineers (9.1.11)
It is coming. There is no defense, no weapon. There is nothing they can do. In a time before written words, the secrets of the ancients and the traditions of prehistory were recorded in other ways. In this startling novel, an island community and their trusted leaders are pledged to protect that legacy as their idyllic world falls apart. But how will it all be remembered when the distortions of history begin? Myth and archaeological evidence are the backbone for a narrative explanation of the end of a civilization in a sensitive and fascinating look at a very ancient world.
A simple introduction to the Mediterranean’s earliest civilization, lavishly illustrated with color photos. In straightforward question-and-answer style, the author responds to what people most frequently ask about the astonishing prehistoric monuments of the Maltese Islands. Dual language: English with translation in Maltese.
Did the temples have roofs? Where did the people come from? How did they move the stones? Did they have human sacrifice? How did they bury their dead? Why do the statues not have heads?
“A Neolithic Bodice-Ripper” It is 2,500 BCE. Great Mother Goddess is still in charge, but the world is changing. What will happen to a tiny island of pilgrimage and the people who keep the megalithic shrines to Mother Earth?