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Secrets of the Mojave
American Indian UFO-Starseed Connection
Mysterious Native American Prehistory of Arizona
 
Sacred Mysteries Among the Mayas and Quiches 11,500 Years Ago
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Mayas, The
Catalog #: SKU3098

The Mayas (four books in one volume) - Large Print 15 point font - The early history of the central portions of the western hemisphere has particularly attracted the attention of European arch

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Mexico: Land of Mystery & Enchantment
Catalog #: SKU2294

Mexico, superfluous to say, is not part of South America. But it is part of that vast Spanish-speaking New World whose development holds much of interest; and which may occupy a more important part in coming years than is generally thought of at present.

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Mound Builders: A Lost Race
Catalog #: SKU3095

Large Print 15 point font, 2 books on the Mound Builders in One Volume! Addresses the discoveries on Mounds found in Canada and the USA. When the early settlers began to pioneer the unbroken forests of North America, they considered the various Indian tribes to be the true Aborigines of this continent. But long before the red man, even long before the growth of the present forests, there lived an ancient race, whose origin and fate are surrounded with impenetrable darkness. The remains of their habitations, temples and tombs, are the only voices that tell us of their existence.

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Mysteries of Ancient South America
Catalog #: SKU2145

South America's ancient civilizations rival those of ancient Africa or Asia. Wilkins sheds much light on these missing peoples, cities, and civilizations.

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Mysterious Native American Prehistory of Arizona
Catalog #: SKU1816

Imagine being one of the first scientists to explore the First American ruins in North America---"It seemed to me in making a plan for archeological field work in 1895, that the prehistoric cliff houses, cave dwellings, and ruined pueblos of Arizona afforded valuable opportunities for research, and past experience induced me to turn my steps more especially to the northern and northeastern parts of the territory. The ruins of ancient habitations in these regions had been partially, and, I believe, unsatisfactorily explored, especially those in a limited area called Tusayan, now inhabited by the Moki or Hopi Indians."

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Mysterious South America
Catalog #: SKU2755

Follow this author on his adventures and discoveries through South America.

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Mythical Sand Painting of the Navajo Indians & Ceremonial of Hasjelti Dailjis
Catalog #: SKU3090

During my visit to the Southwest, in the summer of 1885, it was my good fortune to arrive at the Navajo Reservation a few days before the commencement of a Navajo healing ceremonial. Learning of the preparation for this, I decided to remain and observe the ceremony, which was to continue nine days and nights. The occasion drew to the place some 1,200 Navajos. The scene of the assemblage was an extensive plateau near the margin of Keam's Canyon, Arizona.

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Mythologies of Ancient Mexico and Peru
Catalog #: SKU3793

It is difficult to understand the neglect into which the study of the Mexican and Peruvian mythologies has fallen. A zealous host of interpreters are engaged in the elucidation of the mythologies of Egypt and Assyria, but, if a few enthusiasts in the United States of America be excepted, the mythologies of the ancient West have no following whatsoever.

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Myths and Legends of Our Own Land
Catalog #: SKU1355

It is unthinkingly said and often, that America is not old enough to have developed a legendary era, for such an era grows backward as a nation grows forward. No little of the charm of European travel is ascribed to the glamour that history and fable have flung around old churches, castles, and the favored haunts of tourists, and the Rhine and Hudson are frequently compared, to the prejudice of the latter, not because its scenery lacks in loveliness or grandeur, but that its beauty has not been humanized by love of chivalry or faerie, as that of the older stream has been.

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Myths of Mexico and Peru
Catalog #: SKU1249

IN recent years a reawakening has taken place in the study of American arch

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Myths of the New World
Catalog #: SKU3290

I HAVE written this work more for the thoughtful general reader than the antiquary. It is a study of an obscure portion of the intellectual history of our species as exemplified in one of its varieties.

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Myths of the North American Indians
Catalog #: SKU3918

The North American Indian has so long been an object of the deepest interest that the neglect of his picturesque and original mythologies and the tales to which they have given rise is difficult of comprehension.

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Nagualism; A Study in Native American Folk-lore and History
Catalog #: SKU3291

The words, a nagual, nagualism, a nagualist, have been current in English prose for more than seventy years; they are found during that time in a variety of books published in England and the United States, yet are not to be discovered in any dictionary of the English language; nor has Nagualism a place in any of the numerous encyclop

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Native Religions of Mexico and Peru
Catalog #: SKU3317

Our age is not, as is sometimes said, an age of positive science and of industrial discoveries alone, but also, and in a very high degree, an age of criticism and of history. It is to history, indeed, more than to anything else, that it looks for the lights which are to guide it in resolving the grave difficulties presented by the problems of the hour, in politics, in organization, and in social and religious life.

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Observations on the Inca and Yunga Nations
Catalog #: SKU4015

Interesting tidbits of history on the Incan people and their empire.

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