Beyond Our Galaxy
Things Kept Secret from the Foundation of the World
Days Before Tommorrow
Secrets of the Mojave
Emerald Tablets of Thoth
Cities of the Deep



Arctic Home In The Vedas
Catalog #: SKU1821

This ignored scientific research was by one of India's political warriors, who dared to confront the British occupation and British destruction of his homeland. He finds that Aryan race of man to be birthed from the Arctic areas of the planet, based on readings in the sacred Vedas...and he backs this with independent and scientfic research.

Orion, The : The Antiquity of the Vedas
Catalog #: SKU1822

This ignored scientific research was by one of India's political warriors, who dared to confront the British occupation and British destruction of his homeland. Based on independent research, astronomical facts, and from the Vedas themselves, Tilak proves that these precious manuscripts were written around or in excess of 6000 years ago. Oddly enough this lines up with biblical interpretation that mankind started 6000 years ago...and that the Great Pyramid of Egypt, too was established on a certain position of Orion.

Asgard and the Gods
Catalog #: SKU1823

We use Norse mythology everyday of the week, either without knowing it or not thinking about it. Tuesday, Wodensday, Thorsday, and Freysday.... Why do these so-called mythologies continue to amaze and confound us? Are they fiction stories built around true and factual events? Nonsense you say--- but you also said that about the mythological Legend of Troy.. and now proven as a factual place in time and history.

Myths of Northern Lands
Catalog #: SKU1824

The Nordic-Germanic --- Aryan mythologies are based around arctic climates. This author presents the viable probability that the Aryan races originated in the Arctic areas of the planet, instead of the torrid climate of the Caucasius Mountains in Iran. This echoes the research of the famous Indian political warrior, Lokamanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak, who came to the same conclusion based on the Vedas and astronomical facts.

Teutonic Mythology
Catalog #: SKU1826

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday... all from Teutonic Mythologies of the Aryans! And this is the source for the Christian nonsense about 'hell'! Three volumes of suppressed mythologies!

Norse Mythology : Legends of Gods and Heroes
Catalog #: SKU1831

The mythology of our forefathers, as we know it from Norse mythical poems and from the records of ancient writers, has not come down to us in its genuine pagan form. It is extant only in a later form, dating from a period when its devotees had begun to lose their absolute faith in the older divinities, had begun to harbor doubts and to catch intimations of a consolation nobler and better than that which the ancient divinities had been able to give them.

Marquis de Sade
Catalog #: SKU1832

The subject of this book is more of a monster when it comes to crimes against humanity, than any Frankenstein or horror movie. Yet, we toss around his name, not knowing or realizing what this man-monster was all about. Few figures in history rise to the fame as does the Marquis De Sade for being infamous. His crimes were well known during his lifetime -- and the strangest anomaly is that the society of his era accepted these crimes without much ado.

Secret Doctrine of the Rosicrucians
Catalog #: SKU1837

Just what does this mysterious organization believe or practice? From a Rosicrucian insider the myths get verified and myths get debunked.

UFOs, Time Slips, Other Realms, And The Science Of Fairies
Catalog #: SKU1839

When Edwin Sidney Hartland published his book, The Science of Fairy Tales, in 1891, little did he realize the impact his research into the myths and folklore of the supernatural world of the little folk would have for many generations afterwards.

Talmud, The (Barclay Translation)
Catalog #: SKU1840

One of the most insidious and distasteful show of ignorance is a Christian preacher or Patriot-Conspiracy nut-jobs preaching against the Talmud, when they have never read it, studied it, or even taken the simple step of asking a Rabbi about it. Christian preachers feel they have to preach 'against' something, which is exactly the opposite of what their god told them to do.

Lavengro - The Scholar, The Gypsy,The Priest
Catalog #: SKU1848

Lavengro made its first appearance more than one and twenty years ago. It was treated in anything but a courteous manner. Indeed, abuse ran riot, and many said that the book was killed. If by killed was meant knocked down and stunned, which is the Irish acceptation of the word-there is a great deal about Ireland in the book-they were right enough. It was not dead, however, oh dear no! as is tolerably well shown by the present edition, which has been long called for.

Songs of Bilitis
Catalog #: SKU1852

One of the hidden mysteries to the modern world is the openness of sex, nakedness, love, and love-making experienced in the ancient world. It was taken as matter of fact eons ago, yet kept the romance and titillating discourses that would rival any modern erotica. Obviously humankind has forsaken one of its pleasures, sacrificed on the altars of priests and religious nonsense.

Mimes of the Courtesans
Catalog #: SKU1853

A look back at the social and sexual customs of our ancient ancestors. These ancient writings reveal the roots of how our societal customs have evolved into this modern era.

Love Books of Ovid
Catalog #: SKU1855

Freedom of thought, and freedom of press was a landmark of the Roman Republic era... Many advances in the sciences and arts were accomplished due to this freedom. Unlike today's religious nonsense, Ovid's love stories were produced when the prevailing religion of the times supported such freedom of expression. Hail our god - Caesar?

Legends of King Arthur and His Knights
Catalog #: SKU1856

The tales of King Arthur and his knights ignites the imagination of every true Briton longing to see Britain saved and extracted from the Germanic United Kingdom of England. Though it appears that the King Arthur tales have a kinship with Norse and Teutonic myths, there is still an aura of truth, possibly facts, that ring out in every story.