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    The Augsburg Book of Miracles

    The Augsburg Book of Miracles, also known simply as The Book of Miracles, is an illuminated manuscript made in Augsburg in Germany in the 16th century. Based on watermarks on some of the pages, the frequency with which events in Augsburg and its environs appear and the naming of Augsburg...
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    The Greatest Lie on Earth: Proof That Our World Is Not a Moving Globe

    This book reveals the mother of all conspiracies. It sets forth biblical proof and irrefutable evidence that will cause the scales to fall from your eyes and reveal that the world you thought existed is a myth. The most universally accepted scientific belief today is that the earth is a globe...
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    The Kingdom of Agarttha: A Journey into the Hollow Earth

    Agartha (sometimes Agartta, Agharti, Agarath, Agarta or Agarttha) is a legendary kingdom that is said to be located in the Earth's core. First English translation of the book that introduced the realm of Hollow Earth Explores the underground world of Agarttha, sometimes known as Shambhala, a...
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    The Smoky God: A Voyage to the Inner World

    In 1811, a Norwegian sailor named Olaf Jansen claimed he had sailed through an entrance to the inside of Earth at the North Pole. He claimed to have lived in the beautiful paradise for years with his father, among humans who were 12 feet tall and immune from illness. This is a small book...
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    Mud Flood 101: A Primer on Mud Flood Theory

    Is mainstream history a lie? What if our history has been whitewashed to destroy the history of our past? Mud Flood 101 is a primer on the Mud Flood Theory which provides commentary and evidence for seekers of the true knowledge of our occulted past. From Atlantis to the Megaliths, this book...
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    American Antiquities, and Discoveries in the West by Josiah Priest

    Being An Exhibition of the Evidence that an Ancient Population of Partially Civilized Nations, Differing Entirely from those of the Present Indians, Peopled America, Many Centuries Before its Discovery by Columbus. And Inquiries into their Origin, with a Copious Description of many of their...
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    Travels and Adventures of Little Baron Trump and His Wonderful Dog Bulger

    I come from one of the most ancient and honorable families of North Germany-famous for its valor and love of adventure. One of my ancestors, when just entering the twenties heard at his father's table one morning, that England's great King Coeur de Lion was about to lead an army against the...
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    Baron Trump's Marvelous Underground Journey

    A fun classic book for the whole family to enjoy. It's proven the test of time and is relevant even in this day and age. Your kids will be excited as you read it to them before they go to bed. In these books, the young German protagonist, Wilhelm Heinrich Sebastian Von Troomp, better known as...
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    The One World Tartarians by James W. Lee

    The One World Tartarians This book could very well be the greatest revisionist history book ever written in modern times to date about the Greatest Lie about our common world history. The Tartary civilization encompassed most of the World we know today. From Russia to China to Africa to India...
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    Exposing The Expositions 1851-1915: Ancient Rome in America?

    Have we been lied to? The historical period between 1851-1920 may be no exception. During that time Great Expositions (Fairs) were built worldwide: Chicago 1893, Paris 1900, St. Louis 1904, San Francisco 1915. These giant up to 1200 acre expos were built in impossible times of less than two...
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    The Secret World Government or "The Hidden Hand"

    In this book, the Major-General Count Cherep-Spiridovich explains how a secret government is manipulating the affairs of the world from behind the scenes. They have created the First World War and are on their way to creating the Second. By manipulating world affairs and "playing both sides"...
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    Utopia by Thomas More

    First published in 1516, during a period of astonishing political and technological change, Sir Thomas More’s Utopia depicts an imaginary society free of private property, sexual discrimination, violence, and religious intolerance. Raphael Hythloday, a philospher and world traveler, describes...
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    The War in the Air by H. G. Wells

    The War in the Air, a military science fiction novel by H. G. Wells, written in four months in 1907 and serialized and published in 1908 in The Pall Mall Magazine, is like many of Wells's works notable for its prophetic ideas, images, and concepts - in this case, the use of the aircraft for the...
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    The Adam and Eve Story by Chan Thomas

    In The Adam and Eve Story, Chan proposed that the pole shift was much greater, as much as 90 degrees with the poles shifting into the equatorial zone in less than a day. Chan has proposed the poles would flip back and forth in this way so that Antarctica would eventually return to the South Pole...
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    Book | The Dead Towns of Georgia by Charles Colcock Jones

    I don't think we have too many officially published historical texts supporting our research, albeit in a roundabout way. Let's see what useful information we have in the book authored by Charles Colcock Jones Jr., and published in 1878. Link #1: The dead towns of Georgia Link #2: The dead...
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    Movie | Failure of Engineer Garin (1973)

    Title: Failure of Engineer Garin Genre: Drama, Science Fiction, Thriller, Adventure Director: Leonid Kvinikhidze Cast: Oleg Borisov, Aleksandr Belyavskiy, Nonna Terentyeva, Vladimir Tatosov, Mikhail Volkov, Aleksandr Kaydanovskiy, Grigori Gaj, Algimantas Masiulis, Valentin Nikulin, Efim...
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    1390 or 1666: Book of Ballymote. Improperly dated by the PTB?

    The Book of Ballymote is an iconic and hugely important 14th century Irish manuscript. Since it was presented to the Academy in 1785 many scholars have worked to decipher, disseminate and debate its content and form. This online exhibition takes a look at some of the scholarly works undertaken...
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    Book | 2001: Mortal Engines by Philipp Reeve

    Plot The book is set in a post-apocalyptic world, ravaged by a "Sixty Minute War", which caused massive geological upheaval. To escape the earthquakes, volcanoes, and other instabilities, a Nomad leader called Nikola Quercus (known as god Nicholas Quirke by the time of the book) installed huge...
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    Book | 1940s: The Shaver Mystery

    Richard Sharpe Shaver was an American writer and artist. He achieved notoriety in the years following World War II as the author of controversial stories that were printed in science fiction magazines (primarily Amazing Stories), in which he claimed that he had had personal experience of a...
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    Book | 1824 Flood in The Fencing Master by Alexandre Dumas

    My wife is reading the Fencing Master by Alexandre Dumas. Apparently, it contains some info on one of the Saint Petersburg floods of the 19th century. Considering that the book was first published between 1840-42, we could be talking about the Siant Petersburg flood of 1824. Book - Text Book...
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