Iconic author, poet and anthropologist Hugh Fox was connecting the dots on contacts between the ancient cultures, across the globe, in prehistoric and post-Flood eras long before recent evidence surfaced to support his theories. In GODS OF THE CATACLYSM, Fox weaves a fascinating story, in classic who-done-it style, that takes the reader on a fantastic voyage through the ages and across the continents. From the jungles of south Asia and the archaic landscape of the Middle-East to the peaks of the Andes and into the rainforests of the Amazon and Meso-America, the author makes his point that the earliest civilizations of the America's were much more than we previously thought. Join him as he illuminates the sea-change that takes place in society after the Flood, unearths the gods of the ancients, and exposes their horrific method to forestall the next, final cataclysm.
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