Nov 18, 2019

Andrew Collins: The Cygnus Key - The Denisovan Legacy, Göbekli Tepe, and the Birth of Egypt

Andrew Collins: The Cygnus Key - The Denisovan Legacy, Göbekli Tepe, and the Birth of Egypt

Who are the Denisovans? Are they the true founders of human civilization? Are they the giants of legend? Evidence of the emergence of high culture in the form of musical instruments, advanced stone tool technologies, bone needles, precision finished jewellery, advanced calendrical systems, swan shamanism, and even horse domestication has been linked to an extinct human population recently discovered in southern Siberia. Known today as the Denisovans, there is every indication that 60,000-70,000 years ago they were the most advanced human species on the planet. Legends from southern Siberia regarding this population suggest that they were the first to built bridges, irrigation channels, and even megalithic monuments. By way of an introduction to his new book The Cygnus Key, Andrew Collins reveals the true impact of the Denisovans on everything from Gobekli Tepe to the birth of Egypt’s Pyramid Age, and the spread worldwide of a calendrical system based on eclipse cycles that was almost certainly invented by the Denisovans. He will also show the Denisovans profound knowledge of sound and sound acoustics that eventually finds expression in the construction of the earliest and most accomplished enclosures at Göbekli Tepe. Andrew Collins was born on January 25, 1957, in Bedford, England. He is a science and history writer, and the author of books that challenge the way we perceive the past. They include From the Ashes of Angels, Gods of Eden, Gateway to Atlantis, Tutankhuman: The Exodus Conspiracy (co-authored with Chris Ogilvie Herald), The Cygnus Mystery, Göbekli Tepe: Genesis of the Gods and The Cygnus Key: The Denisovan Legacy, Göbekli Tepe and the Birth of Egypt. He lives in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex. He spoke at Megalithomania in 2006, 2010 and 2013 and is co-founder of the Origins Conference in London with Hugh Newman.

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