Arthur D. Horn – Humanity’s Extraterrestrial Origins

Created on Friday, 26 July 2013 06:01

Humanity's Extraterrestrial Origins is an excellent book, easy to read and most fascinating. It is fast becoming apparent that there are outside forces working against the peace and tranquility that we as a civilization strive for. Arthur David Horn, a Yale-educated man who taught evolution for over a decade at CSU, courageously addresses what may be the most pressing problem of our time.

This book should be read by anyone with an open mind who is also interested in the true origins of mankind.


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