The Return of the Lost Civilizations : The Forgotten Agreement

Author: Priyank Talesara

Publisher: Priyank Talesara

ISBN: 9788194725794

Category: Art


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When an ancient agreement is brought to light, how will humans cope with it? Are they ready to take on the challenge that the agreement poses? Through a narrative of a struggle to call this earth home, the book brings out the violence, selfishness and cruelty that human beings have deteriorated themselves to. When a team of mysterious beings appear in Antarctica, all they see around them is death and destruction as they desperately race against time to find the pieces of the puzzle that will move forward the ancient agreement. Through a narrative of mystery and wonder, the book portrays that this earth is also the homeland for other species. Humans don’t have the right to reign supreme. The book brings out the horrors of exploitation that have characterized human civilization since time immemorial; the greed which has led us to destroy each other. It tells us why we need to stop and bring in peace and love for our fellow humans and species too. God has given us the gift of wisdom to be loving and tender to everyone and not fight for our sole survival. This is what we must strive towards, lest we become demons, the very things which we are fighting against.
The Quest for Lost Ancient Secrets with Robert M. Schoch, Ph.D. PDF download


Publisher: Atlantis Rising magazine


Category: History

Page: 309

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The Quest for Lost Ancient Secrets with Robert M. Schoch, Ph.D. Special Collector’s Edition presented by The Atlantis Rising Research Group Explore the planet’s greatest mysteries with the courageous and renowned geologist who challenged conventional Egyptology with undeniable evidence of water weathering for the Great Sphinx, proving that pre-flood civilization existed thousands of years earlier than once believed. 309 fully indexed pages 21 chapters personally researched and written by Dr. Schoch (previously published exclusively by Atlantis Rising Magazine) 100s of spectacular photographs, personally taken by Dr. Schoch and his wife Catherine Ulissey, and published here in full-size HIGH-RESOLUTION for the first time. —————————————————————————– Chapters include: • Return to the Great Sphinx of Egypt • Easter Island • The Underground Cities of Cappadocia • Gunang Padang • India’s Ajanta Caves • Gobekli Tepe • Nazca • Newgrange • Tiwanaku And many more… Download PDF 309 pages, 8.5 x 11 format Stunning Photography in High-Resolution!
Forgotten Lands Box Set

Author: Lindsey Pogue

Publisher: Roar Press LLC


Category: Fiction

Page: 1171

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Centuries after the boom of the Industrial Revolution, violent storms ravage the land and the frills and frivolities of the Romantic Era are a distant memory. Prepare to feel the sand against your skin and the wind in your hair as you white-knuckle through the pages, one epic love story and dystopian adventure after another. Steeped with courageous, beautifully flawed characters and sweeping landscapes, Forgotten Lands is a historically rich, absorbing series about three women fighting to survive a weather-ravaged, post-apocalyptic America after the Shift. These standalone novels are the perfect read for Amy Harmon (Where The Lost Wander) and Adrienne Young (Sky in the Deep) fans. Novels Includes: Dust and Shadow Earth and Ember Tide and Tempest What readers are saying... ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ "Truly AMAZING... submerged within a fascinating world!" ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ "Romance, adventure, sci-fi, mystery...great twists and turns throughout!" - Amazon Reviewer ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ " Lindsey Pogue never fails to deliver." - Amazon Reviewer ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ "The writing itself was stunning - the narrative flowed effortlessly." - Author Unpublished Book Review ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ "The Dystopian genre is not one I would choose to read but I became a fan of the way Lindsey Pogue writes." Continue reading about life after the Shift in the sister series, Ruined Lands: City of Ruin (JUNE 2022) Sea of Storms (FALL 2022) Land of Fury (WINTER 2022)
Vimanas and the wars of the gods

Author: Enrico Baccarini

Publisher: Enigma Edizioni

ISBN: 9788899303297

Category: Social Science

Page: 324

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An astonishing book that will lead to rewrite the history of mankind. An unexplored world, a journey beyond the boundaries of human history. From over five thousand years India and Pakistan seem to guard jealously a forgotten past, a secret locked inside of the oldest traditions that human history knows. The journey starts from an highly evolved civilization but fall into oblivion, a culture that left to posterity a huge amount of texts transmitted orally and later merged into Hinduism. Traditions that speak of lost civilizations, wars fought between men and gods with highly advanced technologies and machines capable of flying in the air and in space called Vimana. Following the tracks and studies conducted in the ’70s by David William Davenport, has set new light on the events that led to the destruction of the city of Mohenjo Daro (Pakistan) and the disappearance of the Harappan civilization tying their story to submerged ruins discovered in the Indian Ocean and dated back to 10,000 years ago.
Return of the Grasshopper

Author: Bernard Suits

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781000683950

Category: Philosophy

Page: 127

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In this sequel to Bernard Suits’ timeless classic philosophical work The Grasshopper: Games, Life and Utopia, published in its full and unabridged form for the first time, Suits continues to explore some of our most fundamental philosophical questions, including the value of sport and games, and their relationship to the good life. In Return of the Grasshopper, Suits puts his theoretical cards on the table, exploring the in-depth implications of his definition of utopia, assessing the merits of a gamified philosophy, and explaining how games can provide an existential balm against the fear of death. Perhaps most importantly, for the first time in print, Suits reveals his underlying worldview: that humanity is forever fated to endure a cyclical existence of privation, brought on by material scarcity, and boredom, resulting from material plenitude. An essential companion to The Grasshopper, this edition includes an introductory chapter that puts Suits’ life and work into context, helping the reader to understand why Suits has had such a profound influence on contemporary philosophy and how his ideas still provide powerful insight into the human condition. This book is important reading for anybody with an interest in the philosophy of sport, leisure and play, political philosophy, ethics, existentialism or utopian studies.
The Anunnaki of Nibiru

Author: Gerald Clark

Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub

ISBN: 1491211229

Category: History

Page: 250

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"Zeus and his son Apollo are reigning in the New World Order! How are Obama and the Pope involved? This book will shake the foundations of your belief system. The NWO is tearing down sovereign nations and establishing a universal governing council right before our very eyes. Will the Enkiites thwart Enlil's NWO?--P. [4] of cover.
The History of the Ancient Civilizations

Author: Max Duncker

Publisher: e-artnow

ISBN: EAN:4064066393366

Category: History

Page: 2119

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"The History of the Ancient Civilizations" in 6 volumes is one of the best-known works by historian Max Duncker. The author's object in regard to the ancient East was not to retrace the beginning of human civilization, but rather to understand and establish the value and extent of those early phases of civilization to which the entire development of the human race goes back. The narrative embraces the independent civilizations of the ancient East which came to exercise a mutual influence on each other. First it follows the realm on the Nile and the kingdoms of Hither Asia as far as the point where the nations of Iran began to influence their destinies, and then it attempts to set forth the peculiar development of the Aryan tribes in the valleys of the Indus and the Ganges, down to the times of Tshandragupta and Asoka. Then follows the history of the Bactrians, the Medes, and the Persians, until the period when the nations of the table-land of Iran were united by Cyrus and Darius with the countries of Western Asia, when Aryan life and Aryan civilization gained the supremacy over the whole region from Ceylon to the Nile and the Hellespont. The forms of life at which the great empires of Asia had arrived are finally brought face to face with the more youthful civilization attained by the Hellenes in their mountain cantons. This new development is followed down to the first great shock when East and West met in conflict, and the Achaemenids sought to crush the Hellenes under the weight of Asia. With the failure of this attempt "The History of Antiquity" concludes.
Between History and Spirit

Author: Craig S. Keener

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781532684104

Category: Religion

Page: 514

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Craig Keener is known for his meticulous work on New Testament backgrounds, but especially his detailed work on the book of Acts. Now, for the first time in book form, Cascade presents his key essays on Acts, with special focus on historical questions and matters related to God’s Spirit.
The Agrarian Sociology of Ancient Civilizations

Author: Max Weber

Publisher: Verso Books

ISBN: 9781781681091

Category: History

Page: 433

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Max Weber, widely recognized as the greatest of the founders of classical sociology, is often associated with the development of capitalism in Western Europe and the analysis of modernity. But he also had a profound scholarly interest in ancient societies and the Near East, and turned the youthful discipline of sociology to the study of these archaic cultures. The Agrarian Sociology of Ancient Civilizations – Weber’s neglected masterpiece, first published in German in 1897 and reissued in 1909 – is a fascinating examination of the civilizations of Mesopotamia, Egypt, Hebrew society in Israel, the city-states of classical Greece, the Hellenistic world and, finally, Republican and Imperial Rome. The book is infused with the excitement attendant when new intellectual tools are brought to bear on familiar subjects. Throughout the work, Weber blends a description of socio-economic structures with an investigation into mechanisms and causes in the rise and decline of social systems. The volume ends with a magisterial explanatory essay on the underlying reasons for the fall of the Roman Empire.
Sin Perdón

Author: David R. Stevens

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781434380944

Category: History

Page: 386

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Gives some basic techniques to be used in sales and some life situations. Basics needed to more understand advanced courses