Historical Reprints

Bestsellers

Large Print Apocrypha
Nostradamus' Lucky Number & Dream Book
Forgotten Books of Eden - LARGE PRINT - Lost Books of the Bible
 
Mysteries of the Pyramid
Beyond Our Galaxy
Things Kept Secret from the Foundation of the World

Historical Reprints

Books long forgotten that TGS Publishers (and a few others) have republished.

The period of time between the mid 1800''s and early 1900''s was a giant step forward in the evolution of man''s knowledge. Books written during the Age of Enlightenment should never be relegated to manipulation of digital editors.

Many authors and researcher's works from this period show the incredible leap in ''thought'' that still impacts us today.

Biographical
16 products

Esoteric - Spiritual
471 products

Ethics/ Honesty/ Truth
101 products

Fiction
269 products

Health Related
306 products

History
1016 products

Money - Economics
79 products

Mysteries
617 products

Philosophical
406 products

Religion
846 products

Science
282 products

Self Improvement/Skills
181 products

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On Benefits
Catalog #: SKU1086

Seneca, the favourite classic of the early fathers of the church and of the Middle Ages, whom Jerome, Tertullian, and Augustine speak of as "Seneca noster," who was believed to have corresponded with St. Paul, and upon whom Calvin wrote a commentary, seems almost forgotten in modern times.

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Etidorhpa: The End of the Earth
Catalog #: SKU1095

he incredible tale of a forced journey into subterraneum chambers and an adventure to the center of the earth. The forced adventure is conjectured to be that of Captain William Morgan whom the Freemasons were accused of murdering. This tale, if true, not only exonerates the Freemasons of conspiracy and murder, but makes the cover up that of Captain Morgan's life, rather than his demise.

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Manual Of Heraldy
Catalog #: SKU1098

Heraldry is the science which teaches how to blazon or describe in proper terms armorial bearings and their accessories.Quick reference guide to the icons used and symbology/meaning of the herald components.

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Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue
Catalog #: SKU1099

The profane language, the slang, used in the streets in 1811. The commoner's English language of the past was rich in culture and 'flowery' hidden meaning. Look back at the language our forefathers employed.

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Home Acre, The
Catalog #: SKU1112

Land hunger is so general that it may be regarded as a natural craving. Artificial modes of life, it is true, can destroy it, but it is apt to reassert itself in later generations. To tens of thousands of bread-winners in cities a country home is the dream of the future, the crown and reward of their life-toil. Increasing numbers are taking what would seem to be the wiser course, and are combining rural pleasures and advantages with their business. As the questions of rapid transit are solved, the welfare of children will turn the scale more and more often against the conventional city house or flat. A home CAN be created in rented dwellings and apartments; but a home for which we have the deed, a cottage surrounded by trees, flowers, lawn, and garden, is the refuge which best satisfies the heart.

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Food of the Gods
Catalog #: SKU1114

When one thinks of the marvellously nourishing and stimulating virtue of cocoa, and of the exquisite and irresistible dainties prepared from it, one cannot wonder that the great Linn

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Oracle of the Illuminati
Catalog #: SKU1143

Oracle of the Illuminati unravels vital knowledge including new and important discoveries about the creation of crop circles and the language of light.

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Stover at Yale
Catalog #: SKU1147

This book is a TGS Historical Reprint. First published in 1911 this book of tales at Yale University is an eye opener for those that hold this old university in awe. Once a prestigious school of learning, Yale has devolved into a school for the rich and elite only where getting a Yale degree gives the mere appearance of an education. President George Bush and President George Bush Junior, holding the lowest IQs of all presidents of the United States got their 'alleged' education at Yale.

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Book of Tea: Cha-no-yu- Tea Cult of Japan
Catalog #: SKU1148

This volume is a TGS Historical Reprint. Tea was once the commodity of the kings and the aphrodisiac of empires. Tea began as a medicine and grew into a beverage. In China, in the eighth century, it entered the realm of poetry as one of the polite amusements. The fifteenth century saw Japan ennoble it into a religion of aestheticism--Teaism. Teaism is a cult founded on the adoration of the beautiful among the sordid facts of everyday existence. It inculcates purity and harmony, the mystery of mutual charity, the romanticism of the social order. It is essentially a worship of the Imperfect, as it is a tender attempt to accomplish something possible in this impossible thing we know as life.

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Vibration of Numbers: How to Attain Sucess Through the Strength of Vibration
Catalog #: SKU1150

This book is a TGS Historical Reprint, first published in 1913

IN sending out this work, the author feels joy in being able to give a foundation from which many of life's problems may be solved. It is founded upon mathematical principles in the same manner as music is developed. Words are analyzed to find their exact place and meaning. There is no guess work to be found in this book concerning the gems. fruits, etc

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Egyptian Tales: translated from the papyri
Catalog #: SKU1151

This dual-book is a TGS Historical Reprint, first published in 1895. Petrie originally published this work as two books, series one and two. We have combined the two editions into one volume. In place of regarding Egyptians only as the builders of pyramids and the makers of mummies, we here see the men and women as they lived, their passions, their foibles, their beliefs, and their follies. The old refugee Sanehat craving to be buried with his ancestors in the blessed land, the enterprise and success of the Doomed Prince, the sweetness of Bata, the misfortunes of Ahura, these all live before us, and we can for a brief half hour share the feelings and see with the eyes of those who ruled the world when it was young. This is the real value of these tales, and the power which still belongs to the oldest literature in the world.

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Ancient East
Catalog #: SKU1152

This book is a TGS Historical Reprint, chosen due to the forgotten history of Ancient Near East, which is continually being cast into the limelight of world affairs, due to events and pressures outside the inhabitants of the lands. The title of this book needs a word of explanation, since each of its terms can legitimately be used to denote more than one conception both of time and place. "The East" is understood widely and vaguely nowadays to include all the continent and islands of Asia, some part of Africa--the northern part where society and conditions of life are most like the Asiatic--and some regions also of South-Eastern and Eastern Europe. Therefore it may appear arbitrary to restrict it in the present book to Western Asia.

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Balkans
Catalog #: SKU1153

This book is a TGS Historical Reprint. Though the Balkans have temporarly slid into the back pages of most newspapers, this area of the world remains a powder keg ready to explode once again on the world scene. It has been this way since the days of the Caesars. TGS reprinted this little know history so the west can understand how this area remains unsettled due to its varied history. The authors of this volume have not worked in conjunction. Widely separated, engaged on other duties, and pressed for time, we have had no opportunity for interchange of views. Each must be held responsible, therefore, for his own section alone. If there be any discrepancies in our writings (it is not unlikely in so disputed a field of history) we can only regret an unfortunate result of the circumstances.

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Federal Reserve Exposed: Speeches of Louis T. McFadden
Catalog #: SKU1155

Few Americans today recognize the names of men like Congressman Charles Augustus Lindbergh, Sr., father of the famed aviator, who fought against the passage of the Federal Reserve Act in 1913 and conducted one of the first investigations of 'the Banking and Money Trust in Congress; and of congressman Louis Thomas McFadden. These men spent their lives in heroic combat, as grim and as hopeless as the winter at Valley Forge, but they never admitted the possibility of defeat. And they never lost the courage to go on. But America lost, because America did not support them in their struggle, and America is the loser today.

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JEWISH HISTORY
Catalog #: SKU1156

TGS Historical Reprints brings back this wonderful, concise history of the Jewish peoples. Dubnow writes a Rare, but delightful, insight into Jewish Nationalism, before Israel was formed by the United Nations.
What is Jewish History? In the first place, what does it offer as to quantity and as to quality? What are its range and content, and what distinguishes it in these two respects from the history of other nations? Furthermore, what is the essential meaning, what the spirit, of Jewish History?

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