Ages in Chaos III

Ages in Chaos III : Peoples of the Sea

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The book "Peoples of the Sea" consists of three independent parts, each of which contributes to making this the most important volume of the Ages in Chaos series. With respect to its original publication date, it is the second volume of the series, with respect to its content, however, it is the last volume. Indeed, in Part II - with the campaigns of Alexander the Great - it links up the revised with the classical and universally accepted chronology, thereby winding up Velikovsky's reconstruction of ancient history. Nevertheless, this volume is a good read on its own and will be enjoyed even by those who are unfamiliar with the other volumes of the series.

Part I sees the error of classical historiography reach its maximum, namely 800 years! Such a tremendous time shift cannot and will not be readily accepted by anyone - whether it be a layman or a specialist - since it fundamentally amounts to a declaration of bankruptcy for the classic historical sciences - not only concerning Egypt but the entire ancient Orient as well. Therefore, Velikovsky's painstaking and well documented line of argument - along with confirmation by radiocarbon tests - remains indispensable. Just imagine - for comparison only - the consequences of Jesus of Nazareth turning out to have been a contemporary of Charlemagne - or of Richard the Lionheart as a contemporary of Ronald Reagan and Michail Gorbachev!

But how could it be possible for generations of serious scholars to have erred to such an extent? It is precisely this question that the third part of the book - its supplement - deals with. Here the foundations of Egyptian chronology, above all astronomical chronology, are carefully examined. Moreover, in addition to the original content of this book, we have incorporated a very revealing article by Velikovsky on what radiocarbon dating has to say about his findings.

The striking clarity of the depicted facts and the extremely important contributions in the supplement make this book a work of exceptional importance, which is still waiting for the definitive response that is long overdue from the part of the historical sciences.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 316 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 22mm | 635g
  • English
  • 21 Illustrations; Illustrations, black and white
  • 1906833559
  • 9781906833558
  • 2,206,591