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Knowledge Apocalypse: Ancient Astronauts & the Search for Planet X [Paperback]

Jason Martell
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Jan. 1 2011 Xfacts
UPDATED 2012 EDITION HERE: https://www.createspace.com/3777880 ---------------------------------------- Most ancient cultures speak of a time when their GODS visited them. They never say their GODS came from across the ocean, or from the mountains. They always came down from the skies. Was ancient man visited by GODS or Extraterrestrials? Knowledge Apocalypse ("lifting of the veil" or "revelation") is a disclosure of something hidden from the majority of mankind in an era dominated by falsehood and misconception, i.e. the veil to be lifted.

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UPDATED 2012 EDITION HERE: https://www.createspace.com/3777880 ----------------------------------- Mr. Jason Martell International Researcher & Lecturer For over 15 years, Mr. Jason Martell has been one of the leading researchers and lecturers specializing in ancient civilization technologies. Mr. Martell's research has been featured worldwide on numerous television and radio networks such as The Discovery Channel, The History Channel, Sci-Fi Channel, the BBC and others. Most recently, Mr. Martell garnered worldwide attention by recreating a working model of one of science's most prolific mysteries - the "Baghdad Battery." Residing in the National Museum of Iraq, the discovery of this 2000 year old device suggests the modern day battery was not invented in 1800 by Count Alassandro Volt, but was invented almost two centuries earlier. Mr. Martell's recreation was instrumental in proving the Baghdad Battery was capable of generating current. Lecturing throughout the world, Mr. Martell has dedicated his studies to ancient artifacts and the Sumerian culture by using the latest in scientific research, supporting evidence and data. He corroborates his findings with principal scholars such as Zecharia Sitchin and Naval astronomer, Dr. Robert Harrington. Mr. Martell holds regular discussions with NASA scientists on the subject of Planet X, Ancient Astronauts and the structures on Mars. Due to growing interest in his research, Mr. Martell created a network, of what is now, one of the world's most visited websites attracting over 1 million new visitors each year. The website ranks in the "Top 10" most visited paranormal websites on the Internet according to Google. Today, Mr. Martell is working in his next scientific recreation of ancient technology based upon data obtained from Sumerian cuneiform cylinder seals from 3000 BCE. He is also in the planning stages of several groundbreaking international research expeditions. The expeditions focus on gaining access to ancient Sumerian artifacts, and other archeological relics not currently accessible to the public. By bringing worldwide attention to these hidden artifacts, Mr. Martell hopes to usher in a new era in the Ancient Astronaut theory.

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4.0 out of 5 stars surprising small Dec 8 2012
By Cassie
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It is a small book, it reminded me of a pan-flit, but it was very informative. I enjoyed it a lot.
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2.0 out of 5 stars It's not a book. Jan. 28 2011
By mds122 - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm disappointed in this "book", it's actually pamplet with small print. Also, on some of the pages the print is crooked, words are used incorrectly, such as "weather" instead of "whether". I'd say it's worth about $4.50 not $13.00. Try and find it at the library don't buy it!
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1.0 out of 5 stars Terrible writing Jan. 23 2011
By Daniel Urbaetis - Published on Amazon.com
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Before the second paragraph of this book is finished there is a rookie, ignorant mistake made. The author doesn't know the difference between "then" and "than." It's so basic that I question the mental capacity of this author, and I use the term very loosely, Jason Martell.

It is a crime to charge the outrageous selling price for something that's primary function will be kindling for my campfires this summer.

The sad part is, I like the subject matter. I am not shutting him down because of that. What I am saying is that this guy is a hack and trying to read through this remedial writing leaves you less intelligent THAN before you started. All the information in this book can be easily found in other books where they do a far better job with topic delivery. This author skimmed a bunch of other people's work, cherry picked what he liked and republished their findings. And it's all strung together by a man who has no business near a pen, typewriter, or a computer.
I was robbed by this book. I only hope I can deter others from making the same mistake.
18 of 23 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars disappointed Feb. 9 2011
By CaraLee - Published on Amazon.com
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I've been following Martell's career from the start. He has a great website! However this book was disappointing. It very short and poorly written. He is a great speaker; learned, enthusiastic. Not so much a writer. He had nothing new to say in this book. This book might interest someone who knows nothing about him or the subject.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Horribly written; great crash course/outline for what to research Jan. 2 2013
By Robert Burns - Published on Amazon.com
Horribly written from a grammatical standpoint; well written in terms of taking a few subjects and netting them together. This book is a crash course for the person who wants to get the backbone of what to study in terms of ancient civilizations and planetary/solar rotations.
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3.0 out of 5 stars A good rewrite of other material May 3 2013
By James P. Chase - Published on Amazon.com
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Has a few good passages, mainly is sort of an overview of the subject. But not much original work here, I'm afraid.
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