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Suggested Books

Here is a list of suggested books. Click on the title to see a book description or click on the book to get it from Amazon. You are welcome to review any of the books listed. This page is updated regularly.

Monday, April 22, 2024 - 18:27

The Nephilim: Grail Bloodlines: Secrets and Enigmas of the Merovingians and Carolingians

Willem McLoud

THE NEPHILIM, GRAIL BLOODLINES tracks down traditions concerning the enigmatic scions of the gods or Nephilim in Europe. 

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Monday, April 15, 2024 - 20:23

The Tudor Socialite

Jan-Marie Knights

New paperback edition - Jan-Marie Knights documents the social calendar of Tudor high society in a series of bite-sized chunks. The book covers weddings, feasts, funerals and more - allowing the reader to immerse themselves in the...Read more

Tuesday, September 26, 2023 - 16:29

The Forgotten Tudor Royal: Margaret Douglas, Grandmother to King James VI & I

Beverley Adams

As the daughter and cousin of queens and the granddaughter and niece of kings, Lady Margaret Douglas was an integral part of the Tudor royal dynasty. A favorite of her uncle King Henry VIII and a close friend of Queen Mary I she courted...Read more

Tuesday, August 22, 2023 - 18:47

Historical Mysteries: A Compilation of Ancient Origins Articles

Dr. Ken Jeremiah

Ancient Origins has provided information on unexplained historical phenomena for years. Included herein is just a sampling of some of the many articles that authors have written, which can be found on Ancient Origin’s website...Read more

Tuesday, April 18, 2023 - 21:56

Cult of the Captured Bride: How Ancient Women Took Power

Mary E Naples

In a society where men set the rules, could a feminine fertility festival have empowered women to the degree that it struck fear in men's hearts? At first glance, it seems absurd to suggest that an ancient Greek fertility festival should...Read more

Tuesday, April 18, 2023 - 21:51

Ladies-in-Waiting: Women Who Served Anne Boleyn

Sylvia Barbara Soberton

The aspects of Anne Boleyn’s life and death are fiercely debated by historians, yet her ladies-in-waiting remain an understudied topic. Much emphasis is usually put on Anne’s relationships with the men in her life: her suitors, her royal...Read more

Tuesday, January 31, 2023 - 00:40

Evolution of Languages and Writings

R.K. Fisher, Martini Fisher

Where did sounds, words and languages come from? What happens when a language disappears? What happens when a way of writing becomes extinct?

In this third volume of the Time Maps series, Dr. R.K. Fisher and Martini Fisher answer...Read more

Monday, January 16, 2023 - 13:43

Retaliation of The Cursed: A Historical Investigation of The Origins of Worship, World Religion, Mythology, Paganism, Astrology and Atheism, and Their Contributions Leading to Modern Hinduism

Stephen Arthur Martin Jr

Retaliation of the Cursed: A Historical Investigation of The Origins of Worship, World Religion, Mythology, Paganism, Astrology and Atheism, and Their Contributions Leading to Modern Hinduism is a sweeping look at the cross-cultural...Read more

Monday, January 2, 2023 - 17:40

Warrior and Protector

Peter Gibbons

The start of a brand NEW series - an unputdownable fast paced adventure, filled with unforgettable characters.

989 AD.

Alfred the Great’s dream of a united England has been forged by his daughter Aethelfaed...Read more

Monday, January 2, 2023 - 17:36

BEFORE ORION: Finding the Face of the Hero

Bernie Taylor

The hero's journey monomyth is at the core of stories worldwide among indigenous peoples, the ancients, and our modern society. Before Orion explores a deeper root for this monomyth by looking at how hunter-gatherers viewed...Read more

Monday, January 2, 2023 - 17:32

The Nephilim: An Unholy Brood

Willem McLoud

THE NEPHILIM, AN UNHOLY BROOD, continues the quest for the traditions of the enigmatic scions of the gods. In a dramatic reassessment of history, the author presents a detailed case for a huge influx of Mesopotamian influences into the Mediterranean during the early second millennium BC,...Read more

Sunday, June 19, 2022 - 17:02

Origins of the Gods: Qesem Cave, Skinwalkers, and Contact with Transdimensional Intelligences

Andrew Collins

A detailed examination of the role played by shamanism and communication with higher intelligences in the development of ancient civilizations

• Explores how our ancestors used shamanic rituals at sacred sites to create portals for...Read more

Sunday, June 19, 2022 - 17:00

Christopher Columbus, the Last Templar

Ruggero Marino

Was Columbus a Templar? According to the historic documents and maps revealed by Ruggero Marino, Columbus shared the Templar dream of Christians, Muslims, and Jews living in peace in a New Jerusalem, and his voyage across the Atlantic...Read more

Saturday, April 9, 2022 - 15:35

The Monk and the Antichrist: A Novel of Passion in the MIddle Ages

Marion Dolan

Set in the Middle Ages this historic novel follows the lives of three fascinating characters; each battling their own inner and outer demons. Brother Philip is driven by his obsessive desire to discover the secrets of lost Hermetic...Read more

Saturday, April 9, 2022 - 15:32

Shards of Illumination: Breaking through the Deception

Ralph Ellis

Academic disinformation appears to be reaching a peak. Was it always this way, and only now with increased connectivity can we see their duplicity? Or are we living in a new era of deception? The new age is not the Anthropocene, it is...Read more

Saturday, February 19, 2022 - 15:49

SEEKING SMENKHKARE: Was Nefertiti the Ephemeral One of Amarna? Explore amazing similarities between ancient Egypt and India

Anand Balaji

At its core a work of historical fiction, this novel furnishes vignettes of the history of Egyptology as seen through the eyes of Andrew Wilfred, an English archaeologist. Straddling the Victorian and Edwardian eras, the multi-lingual...Read more

Saturday, February 19, 2022 - 15:49

London in the Roman World

Dominic Perring
  • A ground-breaking study which brings new information and arguments to our study of how Rome ruled, and how the empire failed
  • Draws together the results of hundreds of recent archaeological excavations and the very latest
  • ...Read more

Saturday, February 19, 2022 - 15:49

Powerful Places in Malta: A Broader Perspective

Elyn Aviva, Gary White

This is not your usual travel guide. Powerful Places in Malta provides detailed descriptions of specifically selected powerful places. It also gives background information and an overview of the controversies, conflicts, and conspiracies...Read more

Saturday, February 19, 2022 - 15:49

Decoding Astronomy in Art and Architecture

Marion Dolan

For centuries, our ancestors carefully observed the movements of the heavens and wove that astronomical knowledge into their city planning, architecture, mythology, paintings, sculpture, and poetry. This book uncovers the hidden messages...Read more

Saturday, February 19, 2022 - 15:49

Living Buddhas: The Self-Mummified Monks of Yamagata, Japan

Ken Jeremiah

Northern Japan is home to an ancient, esoteric tradition of self-mummifying Buddhist monks, little known to the outside world. Long after death, these ascetics continue to be revered as Living Buddhas. This first English-language work on...Read more