Presents information on Sitchins theories about the origins of mankind and the intervention of intelligence from beyond the Earth. He and the other contributors offer a scholarly approach to the ancient astronaut theory. Contains the complete transcript of the first Sitchin Studies Day, held in Denver, Colorado on Oct. 6, 1996. Following Sitchins detailed keynote address are six other prominent speakers whose work he has influenced. They include philosopher Neil Freer, UFO expert J. Antonio Huneeus, clergyman Father Charles Moore, author V. Susan Ferguson, and two university professors, Madeleine Briskin and Marlene Evans. They agree that certain myths were actual events instead of figments of imaginations. Sitchins work comprises the early part of a new paradigm one that is already beginning to shake the very foundations of religion, archaeology and our society in general. Paperback, ISBN 9781885395177 , 5.5 x 8.5 , 164 pp.