Lost History Ancient History


Things Kept Secret from the Foundation of the World
Crucifixion of the Truth
Adepts of Deceit - Two Volume Set
Emerald Tablets of Thoth
Incredible Cities of the Inner Earth
Twin Deception

Ancient History


Great Pyramid: Its History and Teachings
Catalog #: SKU2533

Marks takes a look at the pyramid's history, its science and its religious significance to Christianity

Greek and Roman Ghost Stories
Catalog #: SKU1644

Though there is no period at which the ancients do not seem to have believed in a future life, continual confusion prevails when they come to picture the existence led by man in the other world, as we see from the sixth book of the

Grounds of Christianity
Catalog #: SKU1867

It is a common opinion, that there are some doctrines so sacred, and others of so bad a tendency, that no public discussion of them ought to be allowed. Were this a right opinion, all the persecution that has ever been practised would be justified

Guide to Pompei
Catalog #: SKU2594

From 1900 this book reads like a tourist guide to the lost city of Pompei. Lots of interesting tidbits not always found in newer works.

Gypsies, The : The English Gypsies and Their Language
Catalog #: SKU1645

I have frequently been asked, "Why do you take an interest in gypsies?" And it is not so easy to answer. Why, indeed? In Spain one who has been fascinated by them is called one of the aficion, or affection, or "fancy;" he is an aficionado, or affected unto them, and people there know perfectly what it means, for every Spaniard is at heart a Bohemian. 2 BOOKS in 1 VOLUME!

Gypsy Sorcery and Fortune Telling
Catalog #: SKU1669

This work contains a collection of the customs, usages, and ceremonies current among gypsies, as regards fortune-telling, witch-doctoring, love-philtering, and other sorcery, illustrated by many anecdotes and instances, taken either from works as yet very little known to the English reader or from personal experiences.

Gypsy Witch Spell Book
Catalog #: SKU2319

There are a handful of people whose research over the years into the world of the esoteric has enriched our knowledge of the mysteries of this world and the next. One of these researchers, Charles Godfrey Leland, contributed so much to our present day understanding of magick and the people who practice it, that it is both mystifying and heartbreaking that little is remembered or attributed to this amazing man.

Heathen Mythology
Catalog #: SKU3283

There was something very pleasing and very poetical in the thought, that each river had its nymph, and every wood its god: that a visible power watched over even the domestic duties of the people, ready to punish or reward; and that, too in a manner so strange and immediate, that it must have greatly affected their minds in stimulating to good, or deterring from evil.

Hebrew Characters Derived From Heiroglyphics - Rites of Bacchus
Catalog #: SKU2444

The relationship between the Egyptian and the Hebrew becomes even closer as the author exposes the origins of the Aleph-Bet.

Hebrew Pharaohs of Egypt
Catalog #: SKU0703

Secret Lineage of the Patriarch Joseph : When Joseph revealed his identity to his kinsmen who had sold him into slavery, he told them that God had made him "a father to Pharaoh." Throughout the long history of ancient Egypt, only one man is known to have been given the title "a father to Pharaoh" --- Yuya, a vizier of the Eighteenth Dynasty king Tuthmosis IV. Yuya has long intrigued Egyptologists because he was buried in the Valley of Kings even though he was not a member of the Royal House.

Hebrew Religion Before Judaism
Catalog #: SKU2725

Few Christians, even fewer theologians, know that the religion of the Hebrews was greatly different than Judaism that we know today. Judaism was established after the release of the Jews from Babylonian/Persian captivity. It is a variant and conglomeration of the old Hebrew religion and the Persian/King Cyrus religion to the god Marduke.

Hell Upon Earth - London from 6:AM to 9:PM
Catalog #: SKU2236

A curious little book fronm 1729 expounding on the sins of London.

Catalog #: SKU3849

St. Paphnutius used to tell a story which may serve as a fit introduction to this book. It contains a miniature sketch, not only of the social state of Egypt, but of the whole Roman Empire, and of the causes which led to the famous monastic movement in the beginning of the fifth century after Christ.

Hero Tales and Legends of the Rhine
Catalog #: SKU1244

It is, of course, no easy task to infuse a spirit of originality into matter which has already achieved such a measure of celebrity as have these wild and wondrous tales of Rhineland. But it is hoped that the treatment to which these stories have been subjected is not without a novelty of its own. One circumstance may be alluded to as characteristic of the manner of their treatment in this work. In most English books on Rhine legend the tales themselves are presented in a form so brief, succinct, and uninspiring as to rob them entirely of that mysterious glamour lacking which they become mere material by which to add to and illustrate the guide-book.

Hero-Myths and Legends of the British Race
Catalog #: SKU1901

Men's conceptions of the heroic change with changing years, and vary with each individual mind; hence it often happens that one person sees in a legend only the central heroism, while another sees only the inartistic details of medi