Exposed, Uncovered, & Declassified: Lost Civilizations
by Michael Pye & Kristin Dalley
New Page Books - December 2011
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- Philip Coppens highlights the work of Belgian historian Marcel Mestdagh. In the 1980s, Mestdagh identified that the megaliths of France were placed in a specific pattern and that the overall configuration was identical to the dimension given by the Greek historian Plato for the lost civilization of Atlantis.
- Nick Redfern's From the Pyramids to the Pentagon is a study of how and why government agencies have taken a deep and secret interest in such issues as Noah's Ark, the Spear of Destiny, the Ark of the Covenant, the construction of the Pyramids of Egypt, and accounts of so-called "Ancient Astronauts" and their links to the Bible.
- Micah Hanks deals with curious evidence found throughout parts of the ancient world that point to an unsettling reality: that humans in ancient times may have harnessed the ability to develop nuclear weapons.
- Steve Sora’s provides evidence of very early cross Atlantic traffic that brought North Americans to Europe long before Europe's claims to "discovering" America.
- In "Our Sonic Past: The Role of Sound and Resonance in Ancient Civilization", Marie Jones and Larry Flaxman explore the importance of sound, vibration, resonance and frequency to our distant ancestors
- Oberon Zell-Ravenheart wonders was the Garden of Eden, the Tree of Life, the great deluge, and the sinking of Lemuria all just myth and fantasy or were they actual places that somehow disappeared from the earth?
- Frank Joseph, explores archeological scandals and censorship , including the Smithsonian’s "loss" of Maya skulls, and how new science and technologies are uncovering the deception.
- Paul Von Ward discusses the AB-Intervention Hypothesis in his in-depth essay.
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