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Genesis of the Grail Kings: The Explosive Story of Genetic by Laurence Gardner

By Laurence Gardner

From underneath the windswept sands of historical Mesopotarnia comes the documented legacy of the production chamber of the heavenly Anunnaki. this is the tale of the medical cloning of Adam and Eve, which predates Bible scripture by way of greater than 2,000 years.
From cuneiform texts, cylinder seals, and suppressed data, best-selling historian and unusual genealogist Laurence Gardner tells the final word tale of the alchemical bloodline of the Holy Grail, including:
-Hidden secrets and techniques of the Tables of Testimony
-Anti-gravitational technology of the pyramid pharaohs
-A heritage of God and the lords of eternity
-Disclosures of the Phoenix and the Philosophers Stone
-The superconductive powers of monatomic gold
-A genetic key to the evolutionary lacking Link
-Active toughness and the celebrity hearth magic of Eden

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Ancient Egyptian Technology and Innovation by Ian Shaw

By Ian Shaw

This publication examines the basic facts for lots of diversified facets of swap and evolution in historical Egyptian expertise. It comprises dialogue of the broader cognitive and social contexts, resembling the Egyptian propensity for psychological creativity and innovation, and the speed of swap in Egypt compared to different African, Mediterranean and close to jap states.

This publication attracts not just on conventional archaeological and textual assets but additionally at the result of clinical analyses of old fabrics and on experimental and ethno-archaeological info. Case-studies examine these features of Egyptian society that made it both predisposed or actively against particular types of conservatism or innovation in fabric tradition, resembling the recommendations of stone-working, drugs, mummification and huge building. The publication additionally contains designated dialogue of the ways that the perform and improvement of Egyptian expertise interrelated with past due Bronze Age city society as a complete, utilizing town at Amarna as a case-study.

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The World of Neo-Hittite Kingdoms: A Political and Military by Trevor Bryce

By Trevor Bryce

Within the early twelfth century, the past due Bronze Age Hittite empire collapsed in the course of a sequence of upheavals which swept the Greek and close to jap worlds. within the next Iron Age, quite a few towns and states emerged in south-eastern Anatolia and northerly Syria, that are commonly identified this present day because the "Neo-Hittite kingdoms." Bryce's quantity offers an account of the army and political heritage of those kingdoms, relocating past the Neo-Hittites themselves to the wider close to japanese international and the states which ruled it in the course of the Iron Age.Divided into 3 sections, the area of Neo-Hittite Kingdoms seems on the final many years of the empire and the positive aspects of those kingdoms and their next therapy less than their Anatolian successors. via a better examine the person Neo-Hittite kingdoms and their rulers and a comparability with the modern Aramaean states and the opposite kingdoms of the age--notably the Neo-Assyrian empire --it concludes with a historic synthesis of the Neo-Hittites whilst the final country used to be absorbed into the Assyrian provincial management.

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No God but God: Egypt and the Triumph of Islam by Geneive Abdo

By Geneive Abdo

Western media has constantly occupied with the extremes of Islam, overlooking a quiet but pervasive average non secular move that's presently remodeling the state of Egypt. Drawing on 1000s of interviews, No God yet God opens up formerly inaccessible segments of Egyptian society to demonstrate the deep penetration of "Popular Islamic" impression. Geneive Abdo presents a firsthand account of this flow, permitting its leaders, highway preachers, students, medical professionals, attorneys, women and men of all social periods to talk for themselves. hard Western stereotypes, she unearths that this growing to be variety of Islamists don't search the violent overthrow of the govt. or a go back to a medieval age. as a substitute, they think their spiritual values fit with the calls for of the fashionable international. they're operating inside of and past the secular framework of the kingdom to steadily create a brand new society in response to Islamic principles.Both interesting and unsettling, Abdo's findings establish a grassroots version for remodeling a mundane geographical region to an Islamic social order that may most probably motivate different Muslim countries.

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A History of Ancient Egypt: From the First Farmers to the by John Romer

By John Romer

The traditional international involves lifestyles within the first quantity in a booklet sequence at the historical past of Egypt, spanning the 1st farmers to the development of the pyramids. Famed archaeologist John Romer attracts on a life of study to inform one history's maximum tales; how, over greater than one thousand years, a society of farmers created a wealthy, shiny international the place essentially the most unbelievable of all human-made landmarks, the nice Pyramid, used to be equipped. Immersing the reader within the Egypt of the previous, Romer examines and demanding situations the long-held theories approximately what archaeological reveals suggest and what tales they inform approximately how the Egyptians lived. greater than simply an account of 1 of the main attention-grabbing sessions of background, this engrossing publication asks readers to take a step again and query what they've discovered approximately Egypt some time past. enthusiasts of Stacy Schiff's Cleopatra and heritage buffs can be captivated via this re-telling of Egyptian historical past, written via one of many most sensible Egyptologists on the earth.

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Flow Down Like Silver (Hypatia of Alexandria) by Ki Longfellow

By Ki Longfellow

From the sunrise of background, numerous ladies have marked their occasions in striking methods. girls were warriors, Pharaohs, popes, queens and kings, philosophers, poets, mathematicians, composers, painters, writers, revolutionaries and "witches."

yet there has been just one HYPATIA.

significant, appealing, finished and loose, Hypatia of Alexandria was once the final of the good Pagan lecturers. Her brutal loss of life by the hands of a Christian mob foretold the loss of life of cause, of wondering, of reverence for nature, of the Goddess herself.

Following her acclaimed novel "The mystery Magdalene," Ki Longfellow now bargains a beautiful portrait of the existence and demise of Hypatia of Alexandria.

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The discoveries in crete by Ronald Burrows

By Ronald Burrows

Certainly a vintage of available archaeological writing, Burrows' research of historical Crete used to be one of many major members to the graduation of recent realizing of the Minoans. The earliest lines of the Minoan civilization are sketched out prior to he turns to the ancient sessions whilst Minos flourished. The sack of Knossos and the top of the Bronze Age are narrated opposed to the archaeological history. conscious of the cultural continuity of classical tales from the island, he introduces the subject of the minotaur and the famed labyrinth of Knossos. For somebody attracted to the roots of western civilization, or of the founding of classical civilizations, this publication is still crucial interpreting.

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The Cambridge History of Egypt: Modern Egypt, From 1517 to by M. W. Daly

By M. W. Daly

The Cambridge heritage of Egypt deals the 1st finished English-language therapy of Egyptian historical past via 13 centuries, from the Arab conquest to the current day. The two-volume survey considers the political, socio-economic and cultural heritage of the worlds oldest kingdom, summarizing the debates and delivering perception into present controversies. quantity 1 addresses the interval from the Arab invasion in 640 to the Ottoman conquest in 1517. quantity 2 strains Egypts sleek background from the Ottoman conquest to the tip of the twentieth-century.

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The Hebrew Pharaohs of Egypt: The Secret Lineage of the by Ahmed Osman

By Ahmed Osman

A reinterpretation of Egyptian and biblical heritage that exhibits the Patriarch Joseph and Yuya, a vizier of the eighteenth dynasty king Tuthmosis IV, to be an identical individual• makes use of distinct proof from Egyptian, biblical, and Koranic assets to put Exodus during Ramses I• Sheds new gentle at the mysterious and surprising upward push of monotheism lower than Yuya’s daughter, Queen Tiye, and her son AkhnatenWhen Joseph published his identification to his kinsmen who had offered him into slavery, he advised them that God had made him “a father to Pharaoh.” during the lengthy background of historical Egypt, just one guy is understood to were given the name “a father to Pharaoh”--Yuya, a vizier of the eighteenth dynasty king Tuthmosis IV. Yuya has lengthy intrigued Egyptologists simply because he used to be buried within the Valley of Kings even if he used to be no longer a member of the Royal apartment. His terribly well-preserved mummy has a powerful Semitic visual appeal, which implies he was once now not of Egyptian blood, and lots of points of his burial were proven to be opposite to Egyptian customized. because the Hebrew Pharohs of Egypt exhibits, the concept that Joseph and Yuya should be one and an analogous individual sheds an entire new gentle at the surprising upward push of monotheism in Egypt, spearheaded via Queen Tiye and her son Akhnaten. it should in actual fact clarify the planned obliteration of references to the “heretic” king and his successors via the final eighteenth dynasty pharaoh, Horemheb, whom the writer believes was once the oppressor king within the ebook of Exodus. the writer additionally attracts on a wealth of unique proof from Egyptian, biblical, and Koranic assets to put the time of the departure of the Hebrews from Egypt throughout the brief reign of Ramses I, the 1st king of the 19th dynasty.

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