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By: Joseph Perry

It's Not Necessarily Myth

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Many people in the last century, and even today, have argued about the possibility of aliens coming to Earth with science and technology more advanced than our own. Usually, they base their proof on things like unusual phenomena and strange archaeological findings.
However, in this book, Dr Perry argues that the proof of aliens is actually hidden in world mythology. He believes that certain clues about the super modern world are hidden in myths and we have to decode them. For example, he takes the myths of Prometheus, Iris, Sisyphus, Apollo and others and interprets them as machines, devices and different kinds of weapons.
The purpose of this book is to decipher these clues and thus prove that intelligent extra-terrestrial beings visited the Earth thousands of years ago. The additional purpose of publishing this book is to cause individuals, more intelligent and professional, to join this field of deciphering mythology. If these experts decode new information of which we are not yet aware, it will be a decisive proof of alien existence in our distant past.

Joseph Perry was born in a gulag and grew up in a little Siberian village. After Stalin’s death, his family was allowed to leave the USSR and they immigrated to Israel.

He is a retired Doctor of Mechanical Engineering, graduated from Ben-Gurion University in Beer-Sheva and Tel-Aviv University, Israel. He started his professional career in the field of mining engineering, working in the Timna copper mine. After that, Dr Perry has devoted more than forty years to research and development of various large and sophisticated mechanical systems. Those specializations and his abroad grade experience helped him to decode the miraculous mythological descriptions and explain them as “current, modern world” events or machinery.

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  • Yael

    A fascinating book!
    This book challenged my perceptions of science and history, presenting an unconventional approach. The scientific explanations are written in a clear, fluent way. I enjoyed reading it and I highly recommend it.

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