"It is a land that holds compelling mysteries"

Graham Hancock’s Fingerprints of the Gods posits that Antarctica may not always have been covered in ice and may, in previous millennia, even have been populated by travellers who were technologically ahead of the other races of the world and whose systems and influence was responsible for the Pyramids and other of the unexplained wonders of ancient civilisation. He ties together compellingly, if fancifully, a host of the world’s common myths and the prophecies and fables of an ancient breed of white, bearded men (which help to explain the reception of later explorers in these lands millennia later).