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The Fantastic Inventions Of Nikola Tesla

Author : Nikola Tesla
ISBN : 0932813194
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"Nilola Tesla: complete bibliography": p. 349-351.

The Lucid View

Author : Aeolus Kephas
ISBN : 1931882304
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 58. 38 MB
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In this guide to the Apocalypse, Kephas presents this unorthodox analysis of his investigations into occultism, UFOlogy, and paranoid awareness that pertains to the 21st century and the impending End of Days.

The Truth Behind The Christ Myth

Author : Mark Amaru Pinkham
ISBN : 1931882029
Genre : Philosophy
File Size : 37. 47 MB
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Return of the Serpents of Wisdom and Conversations With the Goddess author Pinkham tells us the Truth Behind the Christ Myth and presents radically new information regarding Jesus Christ and his ancient legend, includes: The legend of Jesus Christ is based on a much earlier Son of God myth from India, the legend of Murrugan, the Peacock Angel; The symbol of the Catholic Church is Murrugan's symbol, the peacock, a bird native to south-east Asia; Murrugan evolved into the Persian Mithras, and Mithras evolved into Jesus Christ Saint Paul came from Tarsus, the centre of Mithras worship in Asia Minor. He amalgamated the legend of the Persian Son of God onto Jesus' life story; The Three Wise Men were Magi priests from Persia who believed that Jesus was an incarnation of Mithras; While in India, Saint Thomas became a peacock before he died and merged with Murrugan, the Peacock Angel; The Emperor Constantine, the first 'Christian' Emperor of the Roman Empire, was a lifelong devotee of Mithras. He was baptised Christian on his deathbed; The myth of the One and Only Son of God originated with Murrugan and Mithras.

Mystery In Acambaro

Author : Charles H. Hapgood
ISBN : 0932813763
Genre : Health & Fitness
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The Acambaro collection comprises hundreds of clay figurines that are apparently thousands of years old; however, they depict such bizarre animals and scenes that most archaeologists dismiss them as an elaborate hoax. The collection shows humans interacting with dinosaurs and various other 'monsters' such as horned men. Both Hapgood and Earl Stanley Gardner were convinced that the figurines from Acambaro were authentic ancient artefacts that indicated that men and dinosaurs had cohabited together in the recent past, and that dinosaurs had not become extinct many millions of years ago as commonly thought. David Hatcher Childress writes a lengthy introduction concerning Acambaro, the latest testing, and other evidence of 'living' dinosaurs.

The Tesla Papers

Author : Nikola Tesla
ISBN : 0932813860
Genre : Science
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"Nikola Tesla on free energy & wireless transmission of power"--Cover.

Vimana Aircraft Of Ancient India Atlantis

Author : David Hatcher Childress
ISBN : 0932813127
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 65. 22 MB
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Did the ancients have the technology of flight? In this incredible volume on ancient India, authentic Indian texts such as the Ramayana and the Mahabharata, are used to prove that ancient aircraft were in use more than four thousand years ago. Included in this book is the entire Fourth Century BC manuscript Vimaanika Shastra by the ancient author Maharishi Bharadwaaja, translated into English by the Mysore Sanskrit professor G.R. Josyer. Also included are chapters on Atlantean technology, the incredible Rama Empire of India and the devastating wars that destroyed it. Also an entire chapter on mercury vortex propulsion and mercury gyros, the power source described in the ancient Indian texts. Not to be missed by those interested in ancient civilizations or the UFO enigma. Tons of illustrations!

Weird Science And Bizarre Beliefs

Author : Gregory L. Reece
ISBN : 9780857717870
Genre : Religion
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Does the giant Yeti roam the mountain ranges of Tibet? Does a real-life Shangri La lie waiting to be discovered in a Himalayan valley? Do transmissions from lost civilizations beam messages of salvation to humankind? What lost creatures lurk in the murky depths of Scotland's brooding Loch Ness? And who - or what - is responsible for the implacable monoliths which tower over Easter Island? The obsession that so many now have with the uncanny and the unnatural is in itself a mystery. It prompts serious questions which could have remarkable answers. Drinking deep from the wells of esoteric knowledge, Greg Reece undertakes a heroic quest for solutions. Braving the darkest recesses of cult belief, he stalks the twilight borderlands of contemporary culture, where, at the outer edges of mainstream thought, things become downright freaky and outlandish. Taking his life in both hands, the author explores a subterranean cavern reputed to be the home of elusive blue-skinned troglodytes; goes hiking in the backwoods for a glimpse of Bigfoot; investigates the truth of Alternative Archaeology in search of Atlantis; and tests for himself the time-travel and anti-gravity theories of famed inventor Nikola Tesla. Unashamedly revelling in the unexplained, Weird Science and Bizarre Beliefs is both a penetrating analysis of the hidden underbelly of science, pseudo-science and religion as well as an unforgettable journey into the innermost depths of the fantastic, the extraordinary and the peculiar.

Navigating The Tides Of Change

Author : David La Chapelle
ISBN : 086571424X
Genre : Nature
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Inspired by the dramatic impact humans are having upon the Earth, and the widespread despair people feel because of this. It addresses the challenge of navigating the accelerating pace of change effectively so that we can live more sustainably on the Earth through the medium of stories told from modern science, esoteric and spiritual traditions, and from Earth wisdom. By integrating these often-strange bedfellows, this book presents a compelling case that humankind can create a future more in harmony with the Earth. Believing that that the solutions to external problems are often to be found in our own inner lives, the author explores the relationship between ecology, visionary experience, inspiration, creative and scientific inquiries, and the gifts of indigenous peoples. This book puts forward two propositions: first, that our problems can be solved by synthesising the best wisdom from a variety of disparate traditions; and, second, that individuals have the power to tap into realms of insight and understanding that can help re-pattern our world in a more harmonious way. Interludes highlight the contributions of great thinkers and doers from history to the overall 'navigation' process; "Navigator's Toolbox" sections recapitulate key lessons from the book's stories; and detailed resource lists include a wide range of books and web sites. A book of stories that tell a larger story,the book will appeal to a broad audience of educators, environmentalists, and all concerned to integrate the spiritual with the scientific.

Tesla

Author : Margaret Cheney
ISBN : 0743215362
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Explores the life and career of the eccentric, trailblazing nineteenth-century scientist and inventor, the man who introduced the fundamentals of robotry and computer and missile science and who harnessed the alternating electrical current used today. Reprint. 75,000 first printing.

Excellence In Public Speaking

Author : Sherwyn P. Morreale
ISBN : 0155021826
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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EXCELLENCE IN PUBLIC SPEAKING is specifically designed to give students the skills and confidence they need to prepare and deliver speeches that will make a difference in their careers, their communities, and their personal lives. Beginning with an overview of the fundamentals of public speaking, the text moves through topics and exercises that guide students in preparing, organizing, and presenting a speech. This text has an entire chapter devoted to speech anxiety (Chapter 2) and the special concerns associated with delivering the first speech. Full and excerpted examples of exceptional speeches are given and analyzed to encourage students to learn by example.

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