Robert Garcet

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Robert Garcet
Born 12 April 1912(1912-04-12)
Ghlin, Mons, Belgium
Died 26 December 2001 (89)
Nationality Belgian
Known for La Tour d'Eben-Ezer

Robert Garcet (April 12, 1912 - December 26, 2001) was a Belgian geology and theological researcher, responsible for the design and construction of the Tower of Eben-Ezer (Tour d'Eben-Ezer), a structure made of flint and inspired by his readings of ancient texts. Among other unusual claims, Garcet proposed a hypothesis that human civilisation dates back some seventy million years, based on his observations of what he believed were the underground ruins of a village he called Thébah.

Selected Bibliography

in French

  • Garcet, Robert (1950), Les Apocalypses, Eben-Emael, Belgium: s.p.  — [English: The Apocalypses]
  • Garcet, Robert (1965), Les Similitudes, Eben-Emael, Belgium  — [English: The Similarities]
  • Garcet, Robert (1969), L'Origine des Cavernes, Eben-Emael, Belgium: Éditions d'Eben-Ezer  — [English: The Origin of Caverns]
  • Garcet, Robert (1969), Le Passé Vivant, Les Prophètes, Eben-Ezer (Patmos et la Thebah), Brussels: Galerie Des Beaux-Arts Galerij  — [English: The Living Past, the Prophets]
  • Garcet, Robert, Révélation du Peuple Ancien, 1970  — [English: The Revelation of the Ancient People]
  • Garcet, Robert (1975), Heptameron - 7000 Ans d'Histoire en Cycles de 175 Ans, Dison, Belgium: Imprimerie G. Lelotte  — [English: Heptameron - 7000 Years of History in Cycles of 175 Years]
  • Garcet, Robert (1986), Philosophie du Genre Humain - 4,3200,000 d'Années, en Cycles Adéquats, depuis l'Éternité Jusqu'à Nos Jours, Dison, Belgium: Imprimerie G. Lelotte  — [English: Philosophy of the Human Gender - 4,3200,000 Years, in Adequate Cycles, from Eternity To Our Days]
  • Garcet, Robert (1992-1994), Le Roman de la Thébah, 4 Vols.  — [English: The Novel of the Thébah]
  • Garcet, Robert (1997), Eben-Ezer et Il Etait Une Fois, Nuth, Netherlands: Rosbeek  — [English: Eben-Ezer and Once Upon a Time]

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