07.09.2021 – 10:11
Click for books and authors – Hauke Wagner
Today I can present to you the book “The Gates – An Examination of Archeology in the Past and Present” by researchers Werner Betz and Sonia Ampsler, who lives in Gross-Girau.
Portals to other dimensions – how can you imagine such a thing? Through our research, we are trying to convey a picture of him, and for several years we have been following all traces that can give us clues. We find this in traditions and legends as well as in ancient reports, but also in incidents going back to the present day. Whether in Untersberg, in the Pyrenees or in other parts of the world, we find similarities everywhere that only allow us to conclude that there are portals that lead to other worlds or times.
Secret military research for decades indicates that we are not the only ones interested in this phenomenon. Indications that these portals are a reality are also provided by our technical investigations, with which we have been able to show the physical forces that apparently tell us where we can find these transformations.
Join us on an exciting quest that starts on our doorstep and leads to the farthest corners of the earth!
curious? I am glad you got to know more about this book and would like to read it and then decided whether or not to publish a review of the book. any questions? Do you want to arrange an interview? Do you want a copy to read? You can ask me directly at [email protected]
For the book:
Searching for traces of the past and the present
by Werner Betz and Sonja Ampssler, ISBN 978-3-95652-298-7, paperback, 74 color illustrations, 246 pages, €21.90
About the authors:
Publisher, author, and researcher Werner Betz was born on November 8, 1956 in Gross-Girau, in the state of Hesse. In his travels and research trips, Werner Betz repeatedly came across indications that the history of mankind had developed differently at some points, since it corresponded to the current doctrines of university research. In his books, articles, and lectures he provides tangible evidence that people of various historical eras seem to have had technological and scientific knowledge far beyond what most professional scholars give them today.
Sonja Ampssler has for many years been dealing with the unexplored mysteries of our world. In 2007 I met Werner Betz and shortly thereafter began their joint search in the Pyrenees, in Untersberg, in Bosnia and elsewhere. This was followed by the “Forces from Nowhere” project, from which Gateway research has developed, and is the team’s main focus today.
I look forward to hearing from you.
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