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Before the Pyramids: Cracking Archaeology's Greatest Mystery
by Christopher Knight
The acclaimed coauthors of the thought-provoking Civilization One and Solomon?s Power Brokers take readers on a gripping excursion into ancient religion and its direct relationship to astronomy. Thrillingly, Christopher Knight and Alan Butler establish conclusively that even before the last ice age an advanced civilization existed that had knowledge of Megalithic and metric measuring systems and of the Earth?s size—and that fragments of this culture were preserved...
Stone Age Soundtracks: The Acoustic Archaeology of Ancient Sites
by Paul Devereux
When we walk through ancient monuments, the silence strikes us: we simply cannot imagine what those who lived millennia before would have heard. But, to our Stone Age ancestors, dwelling in a quieter time, sound mattered much more than it does today...
View of the Hebrews 1825
by Ethan Smith
"The importance of the question, Where are the Ten Tribes of Israel? the speedy sale of the first edition of this work; and the obtaining considerable additional evidence relative to the origin of the American Indians; have led the way to the publishing of a second edition of this View...
Traditions of de-Coo-Dah: Antiquarian Researches
by William Pidgeon
Originally published in 1858, Traditions of DE-COO-DAH is William Pidgeon's chronicle of befriending an Indian named De-coo-dah, last of the Elk Clan from Northern Iowa and Southwestern Wisconsin...
The Great Pyramid Decoded
by Peter Lemesurier
For over 40 centuries, the Great Pyramid of Giza has baffled mankind as to its purpose. This book suggests that the design of the pyramid derives from a simple number code...
Decoding the Great Pyramid
by Peter Lemesurier
This masterful full color study of the prophetic powers of the Great Pyramid of Giza brings more than a hundred visuals to enhance and expand the text inot a highly commerical examination of man'skind greatest hertiage.