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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, May 30, 2020 - 03:53

Runic Amulets and Magic Objects

Mindy MacLeod, Bernard Mees

The runic alphabet, in use for well over a thousand years, was employed by various Germanic groups in a variety of ways, including, inevitably, for superstitious and magical rites. Formulaic runic words were inscribed onto small items...Read more

Saturday, May 30, 2020 - 03:53

Necropolis: London and Its Dead

Catharine Arnold

London. A vast, labyrinthine, ever-moving place that shimmers as the jewel of Britain. But what about beneath it? What of it's history? It's mishaps? It's dead?

Catharine Arnold invites us on a gloriously macabre tour - across...Read more

Saturday, May 30, 2020 - 03:53

The Sacred Network: Megaliths, Cathedrals, Ley Lines, and the Power of Shared

Chris H. Hardy Ph.D.

How sacred sites amplify the energies of consciousness, the earth, and the universe

• Examines the web of geometrical patterns linking sacred sites worldwide, with special focus on the sacred network of ley lines in Paris

•...Read more

Saturday, May 30, 2020 - 03:53

Carnac, The Alignments: When Art and Science were one

Howard Crowhurst

Howard Crowhurst in this book has presented the most brilliant analysis of a megalithic site in the entire history of archaeology. His elucidations of the geometrical, mathematical, and astronomical principles by which ancient Carnac was...Read more

Saturday, May 30, 2020 - 03:52

Masters of the Planet: The Search for Our Human Origins

Ian Tattersall

Fifty thousand years ago―merely a blip in evolutionary time―our Homo sapiens ancestors were competing for existence with several other human species, just as their precursors had done for millions of years. Yet something about our...Read more

Friday, May 22, 2020 - 18:45

The Middle Ages: Everyday Life in Medieval Europe

Jeffrey L. Singman

We consider the Middle Ages barbaric, yet the period furnished some of our most enduring icons, including King Arthur's Round Table, knights in shining armor, and the idealized noblewoman. In this vivid history of the time, the medieval...Read more

Friday, May 22, 2020 - 18:43

A Guide to the Stone Circles of Britain, Ireland and Brittany

Aubrey Burl

This practical and knowledgeable guidebook deals comprehensively with the stone circles of Britain and Ireland and with the cromlechs and megalithic "horseshoes" of Brittany. This new edition includes a section on "Druidical" circles,...Read more

Friday, May 22, 2020 - 18:41

The Dead Sea Scrolls: A New Translation

Michael O Wise,  Martin G. Abegg Jr.,  Edward M. Cook

A fully revised and updated edition of our translation of the complete Dead Sea Scrolls, making it the definitive translation of the Scrolls in English.

With new texts, updated introductions, a glossary of terms, and other new...Read more

Friday, May 22, 2020 - 18:38

Cnut the Great

Timothy Bolton

Historian Timothy Bolton offers a fascinating reappraisal of one of the most misunderstood of the Anglo-Saxon kings: Cnut, the powerful Danish warlord...Read more

Friday, May 22, 2020 - 18:33

The Highland Clans

Alistair Moffat

The story of the Highland clans of Scotland is famous, the names celebrated, and the deeds heroic. Having clung to ancient traditions of family, loyalty, and valor for centuries, the clans met the beginning of their end at the fateful...Read more

Saturday, May 16, 2020 - 22:12

Roberto Volterri

In this book - which the author has set up as a sort of "Manual for experiments" - you will find what a lover of "strictly observed" alchemical studies would ever want to find in a text in which the magical word Alchemy appears! On the...Read more

Saturday, May 16, 2020 - 22:11

Forgotten Civilization

Robert M. Schoch

Updated throughout with recent developments and additional illustrations

Reveals how solar outbursts caused the end of the last ice age, unleashed catastrophe upon ancient advanced civilizations, and led to six millennia of a Solar...Read more

Saturday, May 16, 2020 - 22:10

The People of the Dead Sea Scrolls

Florentino Garcia Martinez, Julio Trebolle Barrera

This work attempts to provide answers to some important questions that have emerged in media reports on the Dead Sea Scrolls, such as: have certain manuscripts been suppressed?; do the manuscripts question substantial aspects of the...Read more

Saturday, May 16, 2020 - 22:10

Ancient Alien Question

Philip Coppens

THE ANCIENT ALIEN QUESTION reveals an array of astonishing truths. Philip presents a radically different understanding of the pyramids and how they were constructed, the origins of crystal skulls and how they were found, the...Read more

Saturday, May 16, 2020 - 19:51

Magic in the Landscape: Earth Mysteries and Geomancy

Nigel Pennick

Learn to cultivate a traditional, beneficial relationship with the land by embracing the forgotten practices of our ancestors

  • Details the ancient art of geomancy and Earth magic, including how to work with ley lines, astrology
  • ...Read more

Saturday, May 9, 2020 - 19:47

Forgotten Vilcabamba: Final Stronghold of the Incas

Vincent R. Lee

“This is the story of an escape that turned into a quest that became an obsession that has solved, I think, a very old puzzle. What began as a simple adventure soon took on a life of its own and became in time an Odyssey of

...Read more

Saturday, May 9, 2020 - 19:46

The Knights Templar in the New World: How Henry Sinclair Brought the Grail to Acadia

William F. Mann

Uses the principles of sacred geometry, archaeological evidence, and Native American legend to discover the site of a secret Templar settlement in Nova Scotia

• Offers evidence that Scottish prince Henry Sinclair not only sailed to...Read more

Saturday, May 9, 2020 - 19:46

Introducing the Ancient Greeks: From Bronze Age Seafarers to Navigators of the Western Mind

Edith Hall

The ancient Greeks invented democracy, theater, rational science, and philosophy. They built the Parthenon and the Library of Alexandria. They wrote down the timeless myths of Odysseus and Oedipus, and the histories of Leonidas’s three...Read more

Saturday, May 9, 2020 - 19:46

Archaeology of the Invisible

Roberto Volterri

Most of the experiences described in the book, from those on the "hyperesthesic lines" of Professor Giuseppe Calligaris to those on radiesthesia and dowsing, still belong to an unexplored field of investigation where - in most cases -...Read more

Saturday, May 2, 2020 - 17:01

The Memory Code: The Secrets of Stonehenge, Easter Island and Other Ancient Monuments

Lynne Kelly

In ancient, pre-literate cultures across the globe, tribal elders had encyclopedic memories. They could name all the animals and plants across a landscape, identify the stars in the sky, and recite the history of their people. Yet today...Read more