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Mysteries of the Pyramid
Beyond Our Galaxy
Days Before Tommorrow
Cities of the Deep
Incredible Cities of the Inner Earth
Universal Oneness



Aboriginal Remains In Verde Valley, Arizona
Catalog #: SKU1918

The region described in the following pages comprises the valley of the Rio Verde, in Arizona, from Verde, in eastern central Yavapai county, to the confluence with Salt river, in Maricopa county.

Account of the Remains of the Worship of Priapus
Catalog #: SKU3934

From 1786 an early study of Priapus worship in Italy.

American Antiquities
Catalog #: SKU0141

Discover the mysteriousness of the America's ancient ruins, proving superior civilizations once inhabited these two continents. Even after 500 years, little is known about these cultures.

American Goliah
Catalog #: SKU2878

A PETRIFIED GIANT Ten And One-Half Feet High Discovered In Onondaga County, N.Y.
History of the discovery on October 16, 1869, of an image of stone, the same being a perfectly formed and well developed man, descriptions of the petrification, with the opinions of scientific men thereon.

American Goliah and Other Fantastic Reports Of Unknown Giants
Catalog #: SKU2898

The tale of the legendary Cardiff Giant is just about as weird, as surreal, and as convoluted as any tale can possibly get! And, without doubt, it was one of the most infamous and audacious hoaxes in American history.

Ancient America
Catalog #: SKU3004

THE purpose of this volume is to give a summary of what is known of American Antiquities, with some thoughts and suggestions relative to their significance. It aims at nothing more.

Ancient Chinese Account of the Grand Canyon
Catalog #: SKU3309

The ancient Chinese records tell of a "Place of Ten Suns," where "Ten Suns rose and shone together"

Ancient Fragments - 2nd Book
Catalog #: SKU3569

Seldom published fragments of manuscripts from differing cultures, religions and teachings of philosophers

Ancient Inhabitants of America
Catalog #: SKU2992

In the beginning of the Conquest of America, the attention of Europe was chiefly directed toward the gigantic constructions of Couzco, the high roads carried along the centre of the Cordilleras, the pyramids with steps, and the worship and symbolical writings of the Mexicans.

Animal Figures from the Mounds of the Mississippi Valley
Catalog #: SKU1813

An object scientific view of the Mississippi Mound discoveries, giving the Native Americans more credit for the mounds and artifacts, rather than a lost race.

Animal Figures In The Maya Codices
Catalog #: SKU1452

The various peoples inhabiting Mexico and Central America in early pre-Columbian times were accustomed to record various events, especially in regard to their calendar and the religious ceremonials in relation to it, on long strips of skin or bark. These were usually painted on both sides and folded together like a screen. Several of these codices are still in existence from the Nahua and Zapotec areas in Mexico, but only three have come down to us from the Maya region which is included in the peninsula of Yucatan, the states of Tabasco and Chiapas in Mexico, and portions of Guatemala and Honduras.

Aramaic Incantations, Sigils, and Spells From Ancient Nippur
Catalog #: SKU0108

From ancient Nippur of Babylon these spells and incantations were written into bowls and discovered two thousand years later by archeologists. Read the curses and spells used by the Jews in captivity, as many are rendered in Hebrew.

Archaeology of the Yakima Valley
Catalog #: SKU3615

The following pages contain the results of archaeological investigations carried on by the writer for the American Museum of Natural History from May to August, 1903, in the Yakima Valley between Clealum of the forested eastern slope of the Cascade Mountains and Kennewick, between the mouths of the Yakima and Snake Rivers in the treeless arid region, and in the Columbia Valley in the vicinity of Priest Rapids.

Archeological Essays (Two Volume Set)
Catalog #: SKU2531

Two Volume Set! A long look at why archeology is important to history, science, medicine, and our future. One of the best works on the meaning of archeology ever written.

Architecture, Mysticism and Myth
Catalog #: SKU1625

THE history of architecture, as usually written, with its theory of utilitarian origins from the hut and the tumulus, and further developments in that way-the adjustment of forms to the conditions of local circumstance; the clay of Mesopotamia, the granite of Egypt, and marble of Greece-is rather the history of building: of 'Architecture' it may be, in the sense we so often use the word, but not the Architecture which is the synthesis of the fine arts, the commune of all the crafts.