Enrico Baccarini: Vimanas and the War of the Gods

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An astonishing book that will lead to rewrite the history of mankind. An unexplored world, a journey beyond the boundaries of human history. From over five thousand years India and Pakistan seem to guard jealously a forgotten past, a secret locked inside of the oldest traditions that human history knows. The journey starts from an highly evolved civilization but fall into oblivion, a culture that left to posterity a huge amount of texts transmitted orally and later merged into Hinduism. Traditions that speak of lost civilizations, wars fought between men and gods with highly advanced technologies and machines capable of flying in the air and in space called Vimana. Following the tracks and studies conducted in the ’70s by David William Davenport, has set new light on the events that led to the destruction of the city of Mohenjo Daro (Pakistan) and the disappearance of the Harappan civilization tying their story to submerged ruins discovered in the Indian Ocean and dated back to 10,000 years ago.
Enrico Baccarini, book author, documentarist and journalist, working with major Italian newspapers and magazines. Among his books include 'Vimanas and the Wars of Gods', 'Florence, esotericism and mystery', 'Esoteric Italy', 'The Mysteries of Tuscany' and 'Shroud, Florence and the mysteries of the Holy Cloth'. His research area is the mystery of time and of the human race with a particular interest on historical enigma, ufology, mystery of the past and of the mind. He is advisor and writer for Italian magazines, TV documentaries and programmes. He has participated in several broadcasts on national italian television channels, including RAI and Mediaset, History Channel and numerous conferences in Italy and abroad. After university studies in Psychology he dedicated his focus on cultural anthropology.
Contact - e.baccarini@gmail.com

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