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Genesis of the Grail Kings
Author: Laurence Gardner

Following the success of the Bloodline of the Holy Grail the most often asked question was 'what made this bloodline so important?' In tracing back the ancestry of Jesus through King David to Adam and Eve this new book opens up a huge area of our hidden history.

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Eastern Odyssey - Experiences of a young geologist
Author: Christian O'Brien
Introced by his wife Barbara Joy O'Brien

Christian O'Brien wrote fascinating letters. He re-created with a sure choice of words his immediate situation, so that his correspondent felt with him, despite the separation of time. The Eastern Odyssey is a compilation of his letters home to his mother, from a young man straight from Christ's College, Cambridge, who was taken on by the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company, now British Petroleum, as a geologist in 1936. Enthusiastic and keen to do his best in his first challenging job, exploring for oil in the wastes of Southern Iran, these letters and linked photographs from the BP archives, provide a fascinating insight into the mind and background of an extraordinarily competent and successful man.

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Parallels - Mesoamerican and Ancient Middle Eastern Traditions
Author: Diane E. Wirth

The long debated subject of isolationism and diffusionism is brought into the open by comparing the many common traditions of the Ancient Middle East and Mesoamerica.

Parallels is fascinating, scholarly, reader-friendly, and discusses the plausibility of foreigners from the Middle East having an effect on Mesoamerica. "One of the most puzzling problems for culture historians and archaeologists has been how to account for shared similarities in diverse parts of the world," said Brian M. Stross, professor of anthropology, University of Texas at Austin. And Robert M. Schoch of Boston University commented, "It is too much for all of this to be dismissed as merely coincidence and independent invention. . . . With this important book, Diane E. Wirth is helping to rewrite not only the history of pre-Columbian Mesoamerica, but the history of the ancient Middle East as well."

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The Shining Ones - An Etymological Essay on the Amazigh Roots of Egyptian Civilization
Author: Helene E Hagan

We believe that this important book provides missing information linking the origins of an Archaic Egypt way beyond the confines of the Nile valley, to the origins of the civilizations in the Mesopotamian region, and the same down to earth Gods - Anu, Enlil and Ninkharsag (Isis).-
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Why Britain?
Author: Percy E. Corbett

An examination of the evidence available indicates that astronomer architects from Sumeria gave their name to Somerset. Some five thousand years ago they came to design and construct these enormous effigies, portraying them in permanent form so that their symbolism might be preserved in perpetuity for posterity - An extract from a booklet issued by the Avalon Research Foundation and published in The Universal Voice in 1965.

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George of Lydda - Soldier Saint & Martyr
Author: Isobel Hill Elder (Merch O Lundan Derri)

In this work is told again the story of St. George whose courageous defence of the principles of liberty and freedom earned for him the unique title “Champion Knight of Christendom.”

The historic truth concerning our Patron Saint is here presented in a concise form, disengaged from the network of fable which gradually overlaid the story of a soldier-saint in its progress through the centuries.

St George is seen, not as a mere legendary figure, but as a living man in conflict with the forces of evil, and as the victorious defender of early Christianity.

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George of Lydda
by Isobel Hill Elder

Celt, Druid and Culdee
Author: Isobel Hill Elder

It has been said that the only excuse for writing a book is that one has something to say which has not been said before. That this claim cannot be made on behalf of this little volume will be very evident to the reader as he proceeds, since it is a compilation from a variety of sources, from which evidence has been brought together, to support the belief that the civilization of the early Britons was of a high standard, and that they did not deserve that contempt with which they have been treated by many historians, nor the odious names of 'savages' and 'barbarians' by the supercilious literati of Greece and Rome.

The Exact Sciences in Antiquity
By Otto Neugebauer, Dover Publications, NY, 2nd ed. 1969

This book explains the level of learning and advance of knowledge that was aquired by the ancient cultures in Bablyon, Sumer, and Egypt. It gives a good overview of the mathematics, and astronomy that was aquired in these cultures, and the progression of this to the more modern Greek and Roman cultures.


Ancient Fragments
By I.C. Cory, 1832

Wizard Bookshelf, Minneapolis, 1975.


The Farmers Instructions: A Sumerian Agriculture Manual
By Miguel Civil, Series Aula Orientalis Supplimenta Vol 5, Barcelona 1994.

Before Writing, Volume One: From Counting to Cuneiform
By Denise Schmandt-Besserat

The story of the Ark of the Covenant is a compelling and powerful one. For over 4,000 years the Ark has been at the centre of history. What it was used for and how its purpose is now being understood is recounted by Laurence in this, his fourth book.


History Begins at Sumer
by Samuel Noah Kramer

Doubleday Anchor Books

NY 1959.


Treasures of Darkenss - A History of Mesopotamian Religion
By Thorkild Jacobsen, Harvard University Press

This is a text of history of Mesopotamia in its own right. Literature, religion, archaeology, sociology, psychology -- all of these disciplines become intertwined in Jacobsen's text as he looks at Sumerian society.

The book is organised with an introduction, then according to time divisions of fourth, third, and second millennia, then concludes with an epilogue into the first millennium, during which the Bible as we know it (and most ancient history such as is commonly known occurred) came to be.


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