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Unknown Signs of the Ancients (Extended edition): Great powers of forgotten worlds by Jennifer S. Dawson Price verified 2 hours ago

In the extended edition of the book, we will face new mysteries of history. We will travel to the tomb of Tamerlane, try to uncover the mystery of the Bikini road and learn about the ancient cities of Africa. It would seem that for modern science with its progressive technologies there should be no secrets. However, despite all the achievements, there are still a lot of "white spots" in the history of the ancient world. Mysterious Atlantis, which for hundreds of years excites the minds of scientists and adventurers. Who and why built the giant statues of Moai on Easter Island? On the Apennine Peninsula, too, has its unsolved mystery - the Etruscans. The Indian civilization of the Olmecs, who consider themselves not people, but children of the jaguar, keeps many secrets and mysteries. In the book "Unknown Signs of the Ancients" we touch on these and other secrets of ancient civilizations. Content: Extended part: Bimini road Cipher of the Great Pyramid Ancient traces of a nuclear war on Earth Ancient Cities of Africa Hitting Tamerlane Who created the crystal skulls? Stone balls in selva Heads of rubber people Maya Talking Crosses Main part: The Phenomenon of the Jungle Book Are there fish-people? Who are the Filipino healers? Zombie or the walking dead Life after life Invisible people Electricity in people Victims of pyrokinesis Radar man from Port Louis Poltergeist phenomenon Teleportation features Telepathy puzzles Soaring in the sky Sign of the passions of Christ Predictions in Fatima Ghost train Secrets of Atlantis Stone colossus of Egypt Curse of the Pharaohs The builders of Stonehenge Riddle of the Guanches Iki Stones Looking for Eldorado

Genre: History [x]
Length: 178 Pages (1,486 KB)
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Added: Sep 29th, 2020

Secrets and Assumptions Second Edition: Travels on the history of mankind by Sarah B. Williams Price verified 5 hours ago

This is the second edition, revised and expanded. It added interesting information about the Sun Stones and the ancient mysteries of the Shaolin Monastery. People have been always interested in all kinds of mysteries of the past, which is full of the centuries-old history of mankind. Some of them live for more than one millennium and at the same time constantly acquire new facts, sometimes distorting genuine events beyond recognition. And it happens that the myths and legends that exist in the historical memory of many nations, after a deep and comprehensive study by researchers, become a serious basis for the development of scientific hypotheses and versions when solving the mysteries of the distant past. Mysteries of ancient civilizations do not cease to excite the minds of people. The book that you have just opened and begin to read is unlikely to fully explain the entire past of mankind. It is only intended to raise questions and report a number of historically accurate and a number of alternative scientific information. Alternative information can be believed, but you cannot believe, but in order to believe or not believe, you must first assess the weight of such information. This is what we and we will do, and along the way, of course, we will discover secrets - big and small, significant and not too much! Content: Who made the first world tour? Takenuchi Manuscript Ancient Heraklion - Lost City Underwater Who is he, Vlad Tsepeshh Count Dracula? Golden arrows of Batu Mysteries of the field the Kulikovo Executions of the dead Forbidden Treasures of the Vishnu Temple The main guru of Shaolin Mysticism in the life of Emperor Augustus Octavian Secrets of the life and death of Napoleon Bonaparte First astronomers Mystery of the sun stones The fate of the vanished English colony Roanoke "Secret Protocols" by Johanna from Jerusalem Ten executions of Egypt - through the eyes of epidemiologists Mysteries and secrets of the genetic disk

Genre: History [x]
Length: 133 Pages (770 KB)
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Added: Sep 29th, 2020

Time's Fool (A Mystery of Shakespeare Book 1) by Leonard Tourney (Lume Books) 4.1 Stars (12 Reviews)    Price verified 8 hours ago

"Vividly evocative of the era and readable." - People William Shakespeare is perhaps the most famous and prolific playwright of all time but for all his fortune and fame, little did he know that the greatest drama of his life would not be performed on stage... When William Shakespeare is contacted by his dark mistress, the former love of his life, the playwright is excited to see her again after so long a separation. But much to his horror, he finds that the years have not been kind to her; she is now disease ridden and near death... and she intends to blackmail him, threatening to expose their affair to the world unless he pays her considerable doctor's bills. A sudden fire cuts their meeting short and takes her life. Torn between grief and anger, Shakespeare learns that the fire was no accident, and that he is being stalked by a person obsessed with bringing his life to ruin. Hope soon comes in the form of a small boy, a would-be actor who happened to witness the arson. As quickly as hope appears, it is snuffed out when the boy is violently murdered. Worse yet, Shakespeare is the primary suspect. Out on bail, Shakespeare finds himself in a desperate race to uncover the truth behind the murder. With his reputation and his life itself on the line, Shakespeare must put down his quill and brace himself for an adventure like no other. Rich in suspense, period detail, and intrigue, Time's Fool is Leonard Tourney's compelling journey through Shakespeare's world, a world you won't soon forget. Praise for Leonard Tourney: "Mr. Tourney seems to have a good understanding of his scenery, and his dialogue has a nice unmannered period feel." - The New Yorker "Adroitly blends British history with a wonderful cast of actual and fictional characters. " - St. Louis Post-Dispatch "Tourney is a superb writer, skilled in the richness of the Elizabethan use of language." Tulsa World "Tourneys tales of Elizabethan detection [are] far superior to the usual ...

Genre: History [x]
Length: 336 Pages (1,638 KB)
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Added: Sep 29th, 2020

The Forgotten Legacy of Mankind: and the Quest for the Archaic Civilization by Timothy Garton 2.9 Stars (2 Reviews)    Price verified one hour ago

The ancient tales and the evidence of a forgotten history that have been handed down to us in this age are controversial. The enigmatic ruins and seemingly impossible feats of monumental megalithic engineering only compound the mystery of who were those Ancient Ones who came Before. Celestial and Geologic evidence is examined that indicates why ancient man viewed his world and the forces of nature with such awe and reverential fear, and constructed temples and sacred structures designed to worship the Gods and follow celestial activity. Eventually the technical ability of those Ancient Ones allowed for the creation of some of the most enigmatic stone structures ever constructed by man. This report is an attempt to interpret all the available data from geologic, historic, archaeological and astronomical sources and align the facts and logical suppositions into a theorem that accounts for all the disparate elements. The Earth was a very different place in those remote times and has undergone more than a few changes in its lifetime, and mankind has had to adapt and persevere in spite of the hardships endured during those times -

Genre: History [x]
Length: 257 Pages (24,539 KB)
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Added: Sep 29th, 2020

Military: The Shocking Story of Hitler, Holocaust and the Cuban Missile Crisis - Soviet Union, Cuba and the United States - 2 Book Bundle by Scott S. F. Meaker 3.4 Stars (3 Reviews)    Price verified 4 hours ago

Military: The Shocking Story of Hitler, Holocaust and the Cuban Missile Crisis - Soviet Union, Cuba and the United States - 2 Book Bundle. ***Please Note: This is a Military Short History*** Two history books inside: ? Hitler's War and the Horrific Account of the Holocaust. ? On the Brink of Nuclear War: Cuban Missile Crisis - Soviet Union, Cuba and the United States. Scott's Other Books: Unforgettable World War II: Aftermath of the Extraordinary Second World War Unforgettable Vietnam War: The American War in Vietnam - War in the Jungle

Genre: History [x]
Length: 71 Pages (1,598 KB)
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Added: Sep 29th, 2020

Ancient Secrets: Easter Island And Pompeii 2 Box Set by Cheryl Leonard Price verified 11 minutes ago

The city of flourishing Pompeii was buried for posterity in a time capsule with the tragic eruption of Mount Vesuvius. It is the world's largest preserved archaeological and excavations site revealing details of its citizens, their daily lives, discoveries into their culture and the cataclysmic eruption. In Chile, the world's most isolated island, Easter Island, is renowned for its gigantic megalithic stone statues called Moai. The Polynesian settlers developed a prosperous culture and society, which declined, and ultimately collapsed, according to many popular theories relevant to its downfall. This 2 Box Set includes my individual books, "Easter Island The Mystical "Stone Giants," and "Pompeii Frozen In Time The Tragic Eruption Of Mount Vesuvius," addresses these two ancient civilizations, their backgrounds, cultures, discoveries, that participate in their historical destruction.

Genre: History [x]
Length: 62 Pages (14,540 KB)
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Added: Sep 29th, 2020

United States Constitution and Much More: Bill of rights, declaration of independence, emancipation proclamation, modern involvement, treaties, and ... by Dave Penman 5.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 6 hours ago

Check it out. This is not just the US Constitution. This well assembled book is packed with content. This was made with the intent to give the most content and value than any competitor on Amazon. Now the most complete, and down right fun version available online. Fully illustrated and annotated with how each of these documents affect the modern day United States, 2020. Enjoy our new flag cover, vibrant pictures and easy to read content. We are including a free, that's right, free, fun short ebook of various little-known and strange U.S. facts. What's included: United states constitution, Bill of rights, declaration of independence, U.S. treaties collection with links, emancipation proclamation, modern involvement annotations following each mentioned document, illustrations, clickable table of contents, and bonus short read book. Great for teachers, students, or history fanatics of various ages. We greatly appreciate your feedback. Available in electronic or paperback print edition. Thank you for reading. Enjoy.

Genre: History [x]
Length: 46 Pages (3,158 KB)
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Added: Sep 29th, 2020

Stonehenge: The Mysterious Megaliths by Cheryl Leonard 5.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 6 hours ago

One of the world's most famous megalithic monuments, Stonehenge, an ancient sacred site, is located on the Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire, Southern England. It is an impressive prehistoric circle constructed approximately 5,000 years ago, due to its amazing scale, magnificent stones, the quality of its construction, and the significance and purpose it holds for mankind. This book includes an introduction into its description and historical background, the builders and construction phases, methods of transporting the stones, discoveries and theories.

Genre: History [x]
Length: 30 Pages (2,697 KB)
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Added: Sep 29th, 2020

Convict Sydney: The real-life stories of 32 prisoners. by Jennifer Twemlow (Happy Self Publishing) 5.0 Stars (3 Reviews)    Price verified 6 hours ago

Convict Sydney is a collection of biographies of the men, women and child convicts that were transported to Port Jackson between 1788 and 1840. It's not a compilation of the most successful or the worst offenders, but a medley of the everyday citizens that lived and breathed in Sydney town. Each character has been brought to life with glimpses into their personalities and their social lives, their hopes and aspirations. Their individual experiences offer a broader insight into the daily happenings of Sydney and the convict system. From Elizabeth Sullivan, who was known about town as the 'Fighting Hen of Cooks River' with her flamboyant dress and tough countenance, to Robert Sidaway who entertained local residents by hosting dramatic performances in his theatre. We step into early Sydney as it was taking shape and learn about the types of work, routines, punishments, rewards, uniforms, marriage restrictions and so much more by walking in a convict's shoes. Convict Sydney also explores what life was like after the prisoners had completed their sentences. How they eked out a living and created their new identities in their tight-knit but ever growing community. Their stories flesh out the living reality. Thought provoking, sometimes shocking, poignant and often uplifting, Convict Sydney offers both insight and entertainment as we become privy to the humanity of each convict, the highs and the lows of their lives.

Genre: History [x]
Length: 264 Pages (666 KB)
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Added: Sep 29th, 2020

The Unification of Italy (A-Grade History Lectures Book 12) by George Harris 3.7 Stars (2 Reviews)    Price verified 3 hours ago

"The Unification of Italy" provides a brief but thorough summary of the process by which the many Italian states of the first half of the nineteenth century had by 1870 become one country, with Rome as its capital city and the Pope a virtual prisoner in the Vatican. Every step in the story is explained, and it becomes increasingly clear that this was not the triumph of heroic nationalism, as myth-makers have claimed, but a remarkable example of how a small nation, Piedmont, contrived to harness great power rivalry and modern developments to its advantage. George Harris writes these lectures with the ambitious examination candidate in mind, who wants something more than the basic text books but who lacks the time to read a full length monograph. This makes them ideal for revision. They are also ideal for adults who gave up History at school but who now want to refresh their knowledge. They are also about the right length to while away the time spent commuting to school or to work.

Genre: History [x]
Length: 15 Pages (107 KB)
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Added: Sep 29th, 2020

Hitler: The Last Conspiracy by Revel Barker (Lume Books) 3.6 Stars (50 Reviews)    Price verified 6 hours ago

Charles Ritter is on the track of the scoop of the year. Or the decade. Or perhaps even the century... The year is 1967. Charles Ritter is an ordinary journalist, filing everyday stories. On an assignment in Ireland, an elderly German doctor helps him with his migraines. But Doctor Theodore Morell is not what he appears. He is a man with a past - and a man with a secret. He was Hitler's personal physician during the last days of the war. From his bunker in Berlin, Hitler masterminded one final conspiracy. And Ritter is about to find out how World War Two really ended. But as he gets closer to the shattering truth, the intelligence agencies of three great powers are alerted to his pursuit of the story. So far as they are concerned, Hitler met his death in 1945. And anyone who thinks otherwise must be eliminated. In a breathless chase, Ritter must prove his story... or die trying. 'Hitler: The Last Conspiracy' is a blockbuster thriller that is meticulously researched and brilliantly told. It is perfect for fans of Frederick Forsyth, Robert Harris and Robert Ludlum. Praise for Revel Barker 'A ripping yarn.' -- Sunderland Echo. 'An entertaining yarn, filled with vivid characters. And the finale is intriguing.' Yorkshire Post. 'Most thought-provoking novel of the year. Truly sensational.' - Northern Echo. Revel Barker started writing for newspapers while still at school and joined the Yorkshire Evening Post in Leeds before becoming the youngest reporter ever employed by the Daily Mirror. As a reporter, defence correspondent, foreign editor, and managing editor he travelled the world, gaining first hand experience of many of the situations and meeting many of the people described in 'Hitler: The Last Conspiracy' He now lives on an island in the Mediterranean, and is also the author of the best-selling 'The Mayor of Montebello'.

Genre: History [x]
Length: 256 Pages (1,259 KB)
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Added: Sep 29th, 2020

KLAN: Killing America: The original stories of the Ku Klux Klan by Ken Rossignol (Privateer Clause Publishing Co.) 3.5 Stars (75 Reviews)    Price verified 6 hours ago

The strife and horrors of the Civil War in America were raw with the wounds of the war lasting for decades; and affecting those who lived in both the North and the South. As the nation struggled to find unity, the forces of darkness and of those who wished to rule through intimidation and terror, spread their wicked ways under the cover of white sheets. This is the story of the Ku Klux Klan and their chief brand: Lynchings, as told in the original newspaper stories from journals across the nation. Some are brief, telling only of a single attack while others are more comprehensive and detailed, telling the story with the inclusion of complex and emotional occurrences. The attempt of the KKK to cloak the power of control over others with fear and violence is explained in some of these news stories. The chief advocate and leader of the Klan was interviewed by reporters and allowed fair access to give his side of the story. The heroism of various groups such as the NAACP and others who risked their lives standing up to thugs and criminals is also noted, as well as the words of those individuals and leaders who fought to eliminate the influence of the Ku Klux Klan. While the KKK had as much right as any group to demonstrate and articulate their cause, the deceits and criminal actions employed by them separated their group from the legal actions of others. For readers in the 21st Century who know little of the life and death of the KKK, the admonition to understand and know history in order to avoid repeating it, should be considered. Therefore, it is in that hope that this book has been prepared. WARNING: Authentic descriptions are vivid and brutal and the racially charged language of this historic news reports and commentary has not been modified. This material is for adults and parental guidance is appropriate.

Genre: History [x]
Length: 290 Pages (3,234 KB)
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Added: Sep 29th, 2020

Ancient Egypt: A Guide to the Gods, Pharaohs, Dynasties, and Traditions of Ancient Egypt by Patrick Auerbach 3.7 Stars (12 Reviews)    Price verified 6 hours ago

Ancient Egypt's impact on later cultures was immense. You could say that Egypt provided the building blocks for Greek and Roman culture, and, through them, influenced all of the Western tradition. Today, Egyptian imagery, concepts, and perspectives are found everywhere; you will find them in architectural forms, on money, and in our day to day lives. Many cosmetic surgeons, for example, use the silhouette of Queen Nefertiti (whose name means "the beautiful one has come") in their advertisements. Ancient Egyptian civilization lasted for more than 3000 years and showed an incredible amount of continuity. That is more than 15 times the age of the United States, and consider how often our culture shifts; less than 10 years ago, there was no Facebook, Twitter, or Youtube. While today we consider the Greco-Roman period to be in the distant past, it should be noted that Cleopatra VII's reign (which ended in 30 BCE) is closer to our own time than it was to that of the construction of the pyramids of Giza. It took humans nearly 4000 years to build something--anything--taller than the Great Pyramids. Contrast that span to the modern era; we get excited when a record lasts longer than a decade. Scroll to the top of the page and click Add To Cart to read more about this extraordinary largely forgotten chapter of history.

Genre: History [x]
Length: 72 Pages (3,706 KB)
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Added: Sep 29th, 2020

Egyptian Mythology: Egyptian Gods & Ancient Egypt (Egyptian Gods, Ancient Egypt, Egyptian Mythology) by Patrick Auerbach 3.8 Stars (10 Reviews)    Price verified 6 hours ago

2 Manuscripts Book 1: Egyptian Gods - The Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Egypt Worshiped for over three-fifths of recorded history, ancient Egypt's Gods and Goddesses are among the most fascinating of human civilization. The lives of pharaohs and commoners alike were dominated by the need to honor, worship, and pacify the huge pantheon of deities. From lavish tomb paintings and imposing temple reliefs to humble household shrines, countless tributes throughout Egypt reflect the richness and complexity of their mythology. This book examines the Egyptian gods and goddesses - from minor household figures such as Bes and Taweret to the all-powerful deities Amun and Rethat made Egypt the most completely theocratic society of the ancient world, and made Egyptians, according to Herodotus, "more religious than any other people." Ancient Egypt has held humanity in its thrall for over 5000 years. The image of the Great Pyramids of the Valley of the Kings rising ghostlike from the white sands of the Sahara Desert is synonymous with the mysteries of the Ancient World. Ancient Egypt was remarkably advanced, especially considering its origins date back 30 centuries before the Common Era. From clocks to the 12-month calendar to agriculture and fashion, we continue to experience the echoes of Ancient Egypt in the world we live in today. Book 2: Ancient Egypt - A Guide to the Gods, Pharaohs, Dynasties, and Traditions of Ancient Egypt Ancient Egypt's impact on later cultures was immense. You could say that Egypt provided the building blocks for Greek and Roman culture, and, through them, influenced all of the Western tradition. Today, Egyptian imagery, concepts, and perspectives are found everywhere; you will find them in architectural forms, on money, and in our day to day lives. Many cosmetic surgeons, for example, use the silhouette of Queen Nefertiti (whose name means "the beautiful one has come") in their advertisements. Ancient Egyptian civilization lasted for more than ...

Genre: History [x]
Length: 112 Pages (4,328 KB)
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Added: Sep 29th, 2020

Conspiracy Theories: Missing Gold Reserves? The Fort Knox Vault by Cheryl Leonard 4.5 Stars (2 Reviews)    Price verified 2 hours ago

Fort Knox is the site of the US Bullion Depository, located in Northern Kentucky, between Louisville and Elizabethtown. This top secret army post is considered to be the most secure building in the world, due to the extreme security measures deployed to make the facility impassable from an attack. This mighty fortress of 109,000 acres stores a large amount of the US gold reserves, the Federal Reserve's most valuable assets. Over the years, speculation and debate, as well as myths and legends, have sparked controversy on the amount of gold housed at Fort Knox, or if there is any gold at all. This book is an overview into the origins of Fort Knox, its security perimeters, gold conspiracy theories, and the Federal Reserve's connection to the available Fort Knox audits. Fort Knox is cloaked in a cloud of secrecy, surely to remain a unsolved mystery for years to come.

Genre: History [x]
Length: 29 Pages (2,827 KB)
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Added: Sep 29th, 2020
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