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Plunge headlong into the greatest alien mysteries of all time in this BEST OF ANCIENT ALIENSr: GREATEST MYSTERIES two-disc set from H2T. This provocative series explores the possibility that advanced technologies such as lasers and even gravity manipulation devices enabled ancient humans to construct colossal structures throughout the world. Many of these “unexplained” structures show engineering techniques thought to be unknown at the time, from a Peruvian mountaintop fortress to a power-generating Mesoamerican pyramid to Indian temples that could harness cosmic energy. Might these technologies have come from distant galaxies? Or were the ancient build ers really extraterrestrials? And, thousands of years later, did the Nazis experiment with similar advanced alien technologies? We’ll also consider whether contemporary rituals believed to connect humans to another dimension are based on ancient experiences with aliens. And we’ll examine whether some of humanity’s most crippling epidemics, like the sixth-century Justinian Plague and the Black Death of the Middle Ages, can be traced to the darkest voids of space. Through 75 million years of the most credible evidence available on earth, H2T entertains these and many more spectacular prospects.


“Ancient Aliens” stopped trying during their first year on the air. So, History Channel resorts to these compilations to try and throw together elements to capture your attention. If you’re a home schooled fool from the trailer park, please don’t gleam anything intellectually stimulating from this show. It’s historically accurate in the same way that “Thor” was. There was a mythology based around these people and Odin was a God to some Pagans. That’s about it.

The show does offer an indirect travelogue to check out some amazing hot spots around the world. Other than that, it’s dumb filler for your television. If I want to hear about pyramids harnessing cosmic energy, I’ll re-read classic 70s era Jack Kirby. Ancient Aliens wants to pose as academics and offer up this junk. Leave the theories to pulp fiction, boyos.

The DVD comes with no special features. The Dolby 5.1 track sets a stage, but it doesn’t have anything to show off. I’m not sure of that was the purpose of it, but it works. Plus, the transfer isn’t too bad for standard definition. In the end, I’d recommend a purchase to fans.

RELEASE DATE: 12/10/2013

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