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, July 7, 2018 - 03:05

Classical Wisdom

From the epic stories of Homer to the philosophical insights of Marcus Aurelius, The Essential Classics is a bountiful anthology of one thousand years of Greek and Roman literature. It is a treasure trove of familiar masterworks by such...Read more

Friday, June 29, 2018 - 23:58

Miranda Aldhouse-Green

A compelling new account of religion in Roman Britain, weaving together the latest archaeological research and a new analysis of ancient literature to illuminate parallels between past and present

Two thousand years ago, the Romans...Read more

Friday, June 22, 2018 - 19:30

Elyn Aviva

The Question is a magical fable about a seer, a seeker, and a scribe. It is about being lost and finding the way, of learning to ask the most important questions and discovering the deepest answers. It is a journey that reaches beyond...Read more

Friday, June 22, 2018 - 17:22

Brian Haughton

Why are so many people fascinated by treasure? Is it purely a desire for wealth, or is it also the romantic appeal of tales of lost ancient artifacts?

It is certainly true that the stories behind the loss and recovery of a number...Read more

Friday, June 22, 2018 - 17:13

Pliny the Younger

Providing a series of fascinating views of Imperial Rome, The Letters of the Younger Pliny also offer one of the fullest self-portraits to survive from classical times. Pliny's lively and very personal letters address an astonishing...Read more

Friday, June 22, 2018 - 17:12

Alain de Benoist

Research has long since established that the civilisations of Europe, Persia, and India are linked, linguistically and culturally, dating back to some point in prehistory that has been lost to human memory. Many scholars have postulated...Read more

Friday, June 22, 2018 - 17:09

Benjamin Blech, Roy Doliner

Five hundred years ago Michelangelo began work on a painting that became one of the most famous pieces of art in the world—the Sistine Chapel ceiling. Every year millions of people come to see Michelangelo's Sistine ceiling, which is the...Read more

Friday, June 22, 2018 - 17:07

Charles River Editors

During the last centuries of the first millennium BCE, most of the Mediterranean basin and the Near East were either directly or indirectly under the influence of Hellenism. The Greeks spread their ideas to Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Persia...Read more

Friday, June 15, 2018 - 17:33

Mark Amaru Pinkham

This landmark book brings together the lineages and teachings of the spiritual masters around the world whose symbol has been the serpent or dragon. The book traces the fabled beginnings of these adepts from the legendary continents in...Read more

Saturday, June 9, 2018 - 03:41

Michael J. Behe

When Michael J. Behe's first book, Darwin's Black Box, was published in 1996, it launched the intelligent design movement. Critics howled, yet hundreds of thousands of readers -- and a growing number of scientists -- were intrigued by...Read more

Saturday, June 9, 2018 - 03:40

Alex Owen

A highly original study that examines the central role played by women as mediums, healers, and believers during the golden age of spiritualism in the late Victorian era, The Darkened Room is more than a meditation on women mediums—it's...Read more

Saturday, June 9, 2018 - 03:40

Michael Haag

Arguably one of the most provocative, puzzling, and misunderstood organizations of medieval times, the legendary Knights Templar have always been shrouded in a veil of mystery, while inspiring popular culture from Indiana Jones to Dan...Read more

Saturday, June 9, 2018 - 03:40

Dr. Phil Flambas

Plato’s Caribbean Atlantis provides a scientific explanation for the greatest and most misunderstood archaeological mystery of any era – the lost civilisation of Atlantis.

In his two works, the 'Timaeus' and 'Critias', the...Read more

Saturday, June 9, 2018 - 03:39

Erik Larson

September 8, 1900, began innocently in the seaside town of Galveston, Texas. Even Isaac Cline, resident meteorologist for the U.S. Weather Bureau failed to grasp the true meaning of the strange deep-sea swells and peculiar winds that...Read more

Saturday, June 9, 2018 - 03:39

Robert Storey

MANKIND'S GREATEST DISCOVERY … has been kept secret for a reason
But as all life on earth is threatened with extinction, that which has lain buried for millennia may yet prove to...Read more

Thursday, May 31, 2018 - 22:31

Richard Heath

As modern humans first walked the Earth roughly 70,000 years ago, the Moon’s orbit came into harmonic resonance with the outer planets of Jupiter, Saturn, and Uranus. The common denominators underlying these harmonic relationships are...Read more

Thursday, May 31, 2018 - 22:19

Robert Fabbri

Rome, AD 63. Vespasian has been made Governor of Africa. Nero, Rome's increasingly unpredictable Emperor, orders him to journey with his most trusted men to a far-flung empire in Africa to free 500 Roman citizens who have been enslaved...Read more

Saturday, May 26, 2018 - 01:45

Chandra Wickramasinghe, Ph.D. Robert Bauval

Astronomy Professor and Egyptologist provide compelling Evidence that Life, Intelligence, and Evolution on Earth were Seeded by Comets

All ancient cultures link humanity’s origins to the heavens. The Egyptians,...Read more

Saturday, May 19, 2018 - 01:44

Glenn Kreisberg

A Comprehensive Field Guide to Hundreds of Lost and Misidentified Megalithic Stone Structures in America and their Relationship to Megaliths around the World

Presenting a comprehensive field guide to hundreds of lost,...Read more

Saturday, April 21, 2018 - 01:30

Seumas MacManus

Seamus MacManus’ The Story of the Irish Race is a classic history of the Irish people from their prehistoric origins to their fight for independence in twentieth century.

It provides fascinating insight into the origins of their...Read more