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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.

Saturday, October 13, 2018 - 02:35

Author(s):
Petros Koutoupis

Explore the world to which the Bible has been written in. Following the Documentary Hypothesis, each author provides clues to the origins of their writings. These clues reveal hidden propoganda and agendas during the time-frame to which...Read more

Saturday, October 6, 2018 - 00:54

Author(s):
Ian Stuart Sharpe

What if an ancient god escaped his fate and history was thrown to the wolves?

Churchwarden Michaels thought it was just a run-of-the-mill crazy old man who stood in the graveyard, hellbent on studying the 1,000-year-old Viking...Read more

Friday, September 28, 2018 - 17:22

Author(s):
Christian and Barbara Joy O'Brien

A new secular translation of primary Christian source documents, which record the spoken words of Jesus, calls for major revisions in Christian doctrine, and the recognition of Jesus being trained within the Druidic and Oriental high...Read more

Saturday, September 8, 2018 - 03:57

Author(s):
Anthony Adolph

Just who did the British think they were? For much of the last 1,500 years, when the British looked back to their origins they saw the looming mythological figure of Brutus of Troy. A great-great-grandson of the love goddess Aphrodite...Read more

Saturday, September 8, 2018 - 03:55

Author(s):
David Freidel, Linda Schele, Joy Parker

A Masterful blend of archaeology, anthropology, astronomy, and lively personal reportage, Maya Comos tells a constellation of stories, from the historical to the mythological, and envokes the awesome power of one of the richest...Read more

Saturday, September 8, 2018 - 03:55

Author(s):
Ivan Van Sertima

They Came Before Columbus reveals a compelling, dramatic, and superbly detailed documentation of the presence and legacy of Africans in ancient America. Examining navigation and shipbuilding; cultural analogies between Native Americans...Read more

Saturday, September 8, 2018 - 03:54

Author(s):
Dr. Heather Lynn

Come explore ancient Mesopotamia with writer, researcher, and archaeologist, Dr. Heather Lynn, as she investigates the latest Sumerian discovery near the city of Ur.

Find out why this is such a ground breaking discovery. Dig deeper...Read more

Saturday, September 8, 2018 - 03:54

Author(s):
Rome Vitam

Did you know that many foods that we associate with Mediterranean cuisine today such as eggplant or lemons did not exist in ancient Rome? Or that wine was always watered down? That the word salad come from sal, salt in Latin? How did...Read more

Saturday, September 8, 2018 - 03:51

Author(s):
Leonide Martin

K’inuuw Mat is the last of the four Mayan queens featured in this series . She married into the Palenque dynasty around 670 CE, at the height of their power. Her son became ruler and continued the dynasty.

She was born to serve the...Read more

Saturday, September 8, 2018 - 03:48

Author(s):
Christian and Barbara Joy O'Brien

This book includes all the material contained within The Genius of the Few, but adds a great deal more information on the unfolding diaspora of the Shining Ones from the Southern Lebanon site around the world, their advanced technology...Read more

Friday, August 24, 2018 - 19:51

Author(s):
Hugh Newman

How do you predict eclipses at Stonehenge? Why do the Carnac alignments follow geological fault lines? Was Avebury intentionally sited precisely one seventh of a circle down from the north pole? Why are so many stone circles egg-shaped...Read more

Friday, August 24, 2018 - 19:43

 
Author(s):
Christos a. Djonis

Nearly 2,400 years ago, ancient philosopher Plato wrote the story of Atlantis, a compelling tale of an 11,000-year-old island civilization which has since captivated the imagination of poets, authors, and the minds of many scholars who...Read more

Thursday, August 23, 2018 - 17:06

Author(s):
Charles River Editors

Today, most people are familiar with the term “vandalism”, but are ignorant as to the word’s etymology. Yes, vandalism refers to the wanton destruction of property in the modern world, but the word’s origin is much more complex, as it...Read more

Thursday, August 23, 2018 - 17:05

Author(s):
Philip Coppens

Are history books giving us the whole story? Or is civilization far more complex and for older than we have been taught?

Our school textbooks barely mention the 6,000-year-old Sumerian civilization, yet the latest archaeological...Read more

Friday, August 17, 2018 - 23:50

Author(s):
Saeid Shammass, Shaunie Shammass

My Mother’s Persian Stories is a collection of thirty bedtime stories told by the author’s mother to her many children as they were growing up in Shiraz, Iran. Fearing that these stories would disappear forever, the author and his wife...Read more

Saturday, July 21, 2018 - 04:18

Author(s):
Michael Duncan

The Roman Republic was one of the most remarkable achievements in the history of civilization. After its founding in 509 BCE, it grew from an unremarkable Italian city-state to the dominant superpower of the Mediterranean world. Through...Read more

Saturday, July 21, 2018 - 04:18

Author(s):
Jim Marrs

Bestselling author Jim Marrs steps once again to the cutting-edge of research into conspiracies and hidden truths. In Our Occulted History, Marrs  goes beyond the revelations of his classic Alien Agenda and illustrates how human...Read more

Saturday, July 21, 2018 - 04:17

Author(s):
Gisele Díaz, Alan Rodgers

Considered by many scholars the finest extant Mexican codex and one of the most important original sources for the study of pre-Columbian religion, the Codex Borgia is a work of profound beauty, filled with strange and evocative images related to calendrical, cosmological, ritual, and divinatory...Read more

Saturday, July 21, 2018 - 04:15

Author(s):
Zhixin Sun

Age of Empires presents the art and culture of China during one of the most critical periods of its history – the four centuries from 221 B.C. to A.D. 200-- when, for the first time, people of diverse backgrounds were brought together...Read more

Saturday, July 21, 2018 - 03:57

Author(s):
Steve Meyler, Helena B. Scott

Loftus Hall, on the wind-swept Hook peninsula is a three-storey nine-bay mansion rebuilt in 1871, which incorporates parts of an older medieval residence built in the time of the black death and the previous late 17th century house of...Read more

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