has often been described as the real-life Indiana Jones. As a trailblazer he is changing the way the world thinks about the Ancient Astronaut Theory.
Giorgio A. Tsoukalos is also Erich von Daniken’s official representative in the United States and the rest of the English-speaking world. For over 10 years, Tsoukalos has been the Director of Erich von Daniken’s Center for Ancient Astronaut Research (A.A.S. R.A. – Archaeology, Astronautics and SETI Research Association). He is also the Publisher of Legendary Times Magazine, the world’s only and definitive Ancient Astronaut research journal.
Tsoukalos has traveled the world extensively (54 countries …and counting). Today, he is one of a few people who have actually visited and explored nearly all the mysterious places our planet has to offer. Giorgio has conducted and participated in several risky expeditions and adventures to the remote corners of the planet in search of the mysterious. In his undying quest to uncover the Truth he has traveled hundreds of thousands of miles, seeking out strange archaeological artifacts and monuments which will further strengthen his research. Over the years, he has gained first-hand access to, photographed and measured ancient artifacts and other archaeological relics not currently accessible to the general public.
Giorgio A. Tsoukalos – First appearance ⁰¹∫⁰¹ The Evidence
“Many of those looked like insects and fish. However, out of those hundreds that they found, they also found about a dozen that are eerily reminiscent of modern-day fighter jets. They have a triangular shape. They have an upright tailfin, stabilizers and a fuselage. And they have nothing in common with anything similar in nature.”
The Gold Flyer
The Last Quote;
“It's an anonymous site. Not a single inscription. Not a single hieroglyph. Not a single anything. It's just there”
“It's a very specific reason why all of this stuff was built in stone: For posterity. So it would last. So that a future generation would have to stumble across these monuments.”
“We are that society who can look at these ancient monuments and finally recognize that all of this stuff was built as a message for us to see that our past is way different than what we're being taught in school.”