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In the Days of Giants (Illustrated Edition): The Book of Norse Myths: The Beginning of Things, How Odin Lost His Eye, Loki's Children, Thor's Duel, In the Giant's House, the Punishment of Loki

by Abbie Farwell Brown

Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fantasy, Fiction, History, Europe, Nonfiction, Fairy Tales
Size: 129 pages
Free download for Kindle from 25 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 3.40 / 5
4 reviews

A Short History of Wales

by Owen Edwards

The history of Wales begins with the arrival of human beings in the region thousands of years ago. In A Short History of Wales Owen Edwards takes the reader on a concise tour of this fascinating nation’s past, from the time Neanderthals lived in what was known as Cymru, at least 230,000 years ago, to the events and forces that shaped the modern state of Wales.

Genre: Arts & Photography, Architecture, History, Europe, UK, Nonfiction, Professional & Technical, Technology & Engineering
Size: 120 pages
Free download for Kindle from 25 February 2020 onward  

A Brave Black Regiment: The History of the Fifty-Fourth Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry 1863-1865

by Captain Luis F. Emilio

Genre: History, Military, Nonfiction
Size: 721 kb
Free download for Kindle from 25 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

A History of Force Feeding: Hunger Strikes, Prisons and Medical Ethics, 1909–1974

by Ian Miller

This book is Open Access under a CC BY license. It is the first monograph-length study of the force-feeding of hunger strikers in English, Irish and Northern Irish prisons. It examines ethical debates that arose throughout the twentieth century when governments authorised the force-feeding of imprisoned suffragettes, Irish republicans and convict prisoners. It also explores the fraught role of prison doctors called upon to perform the procedure. Since the Home Office first authorised force-feeding in 1909, a number of questions have been raised about the procedure. Is force-feeding safe? Can it kill? Are doctors who feed prisoners against their will abandoning the medical ethical norms of their profession? And do state bodies use prison doctors to help tackle political dissidence at times of political crisis?

Genre: History, Nonfiction, Science & Maths, History & Philosophy
Size: 267 pages
Free download for Kindle from 25 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Greek Mythology: Captivating Greek Myths of Greek Gods, Goddesses, Monsters and Heroes

by Matt Clayton

Genre: History, Ancient, Europe, Nonfiction
Size: 2.42 mb
Free download for Kindle from 25 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
1 review

Architecture of Survival: Holocaust Diaries (WW2 Memoirs Book 1)

by Israel Stein

A Jewish family survives the Holocaust hidden by a Polish family In 1939, when the Second World War broke out, the Stein family escaped Poland. Paula, a polyglot architect, and Meir, a textile industrialist, fled with their only child, Israel, to Vilnius, Lithuania, and later to Bialystok, attempting to save themselves from certain death in the extermination camps. In the midst of terror, there they found grace In August 1943, the Bialystok Ghetto was emptied by the Nazis and all its occupants were sent to extermination. The Steins had managed to remain hidden in the Ghetto for five more weeks, before escaping to their new hideout—the home of a Polish family, backed by a German official, that gave them refuge. They remained hidden there for nearly a year, until the war ended, with the daily danger of being discovered and sent to death. They lived to see Bialystok liberated by the Russian Red Army, and eventually settled in the new state of Israel. The events of the Holocaust as they were seen through the eyes of a real middle-class Polish Jewish family Architecture of Survival brings forward the diaries Paula and Meir Stein wrote while in hideout during the Second World War, accompanied by the vivid visual memories of their son, Israel Stein, who witnessed the horrors as a child. It is a rare historical documentation, read in bated breath.Get your copy of Architecture of Survival now!

Genre: Biography & True Accounts, Memoirs, Specific Groups, History, Nonfiction
Size: 352 pages
Free download for Kindle from 25 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 4.10 / 5
4 reviews

My Life Among the Indians (Illustrated)

by George Catlin

George Catlin was a fascinating figure of the nineteenth century, an artist-explorer who ventured deep into the wilds of the newly discovered Americas to paint the rapidly vanishing indigenous populations, their leaders, warriors, medicine men and scenes from their modes of life. The gifts Catlin received over the years from these remote peoples formed the basis for a vast, important collection which Catlin loaned to the world’s biggest museums, together with his portraits. Because of the stunning, life-like likenesses he created, the awed tribes dubbed Catlin Te-hee-pe-nee Washed which means The Great White Medicine.This new 2017 edition of My Life Among the Indians is illustrated with many examples of Catlin’s artwork from this period.

Genre: Biography & True Accounts, Ethnic, Specific Groups, History, Nonfiction, Sport, Biographies, Travel, United States
Size: 196 pages
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Song Moo Kwan Tang Soo Do: The Kwan that Started Korea's Martial Arts

by Losik Ph.D, Len

Song Moo Kwan Tang Soo Do explains the creation, history and evolution of the first Korean martial arts Kwan opened just as World War II was ending and its founder. The Song Moo Kwan was the first Kwan named after the Japanese Shotokan style that is named for the pine trees that surrond Mt. Songshan in China, the home of the first Shaolin Temple whose monks trained daily in Kwon Bup (Kor., Chuan Fa Chinese.) as preventive medicine program developed and spread by the Buddhist monks. Buddhism was brought to China from India using the Silk Road and adopted throughout Asia by the Buddhist's Shaolin Temple where for the Buddhist's emphasis on physical and mental health improvements, preventive medicine, medical surgeries and pharmaceutical treatments that were unknown in China at the time and so Buddhism and Kwon Bup swept through the Asian countries providing relief to the old, weak, injured and ill. The author describes the relationship between Song Moo Kwan Kong Soo Do, Song Moo Kwan Tang Soo Do and the Sang Moo Kwan Tae Kwon Do and the support the Byung Jik Ro and the Song Moo Kwan provided to the Korean government in its desire to create a national martial art and an Olympic sport. The author also includes a discussion on Song Moo Kwan's influence on recent 21th century Korean martial arts styles of Tang Soo Do, Kong Soo Do and Tae Kwon Do and defines the many other Korean Kwans that existed and how they resisted and then was convinced by the Grandmaster Byung Jik Ro of the Song Moo Kwan to willingly participate in the Korean governments desire to develop a Korean national martial art and an Olympic sport. The author Includes several lists of the Hyungs taught in Song Moo Kwan Kong Soo Do, Tang Soo Do and Tae Kwon Do, a list of both the Hyungs and Poomsae taught in Song Moo Kwan Tae Kwon Do, the symbol used for each Hyung and the desired trait that is developed by learning each of the Hyungs, a definition, origin and description for each Hyung, Kata and Poomsae the Song Moo Kwan used over its many decades of existance, a Song Moo Kwan-Korean to English terminology, dojang conduct, color belt promotional requirements, a substantial 80+ item bibliography, a full glossary and extensive index for the readers convenience.

Genre: Children's eBooks, History, Asia, Nonfiction, Sport, Individual Sports
Size: 164 pages
Free download for Kindle from 25 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 4.80 / 5
5 reviews

Aaron Burr: A Captivating Guide to the Life of Aaron Burr and the Most Famous Duel in American History

by Captivating History

Genre: Biography & True Accounts, Leaders & Notable People, Specific Groups, History, Americas, Nonfiction
Size: 156 pages
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Rating: 4.70 / 5
5 reviews

Greek Mythology: A Captivating Introduction to Greek Myths of Greek Gods, Goddesses, Heroes, and Monsters

by Matt Clayton

Genre: History, Ancient, Nonfiction, Education & Reference, Education
Size: 140 pages
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Rating: 4.30 / 5
4 reviews

Southern Independence: Why War?: The War To Prevent Southern Independence

by Charles T Pace

Genre: History, Americas, Nonfiction, Politics & Social Sciences, Government
Size: 220 pages
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Rating: 4.00 / 5
4 reviews

Hindu Mythology: A Captivating Guide to Hindu Myths, Hindu Gods, and Hindu Goddesses

by Matt Clayton

Genre: History, Asia, Nonfiction, Religion & Spirituality, Hinduism
Size: 3.59 mb
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Rating: 4.00 / 5
4 reviews

Mythology: A Captivating Guide to Greek Mythology, Egyptian Mythology, Norse Mythology, Celtic Mythology and Roman Mythology

by Matt Clayton

Explore Captivating Stories of Gods, Goddesses, Monsters, and Mortals while Learning Fascinating Facts about Five MythologiesThis book includes five captivating manuscripts:Greek Mythology: Captivating Stories of the Ancient Gods, Goddesses, Heroes, and MonstersEgyptian Mythology: Captivating Stories of the Gods, Goddesses, Monsters and MortalsNorse Mythology: Captivating Stories of the Gods, Sagas, and HeroesCeltic Mythology: A Captivating Guide to the Gods, Sagas and BeliefsRoman Mythology: A Captivating Guide to Roman Gods, Goddesses, and Mythological CreaturesThe broad arc of the first manuscript takes us from the dim beginnings of creation as seen in the Greek mythology. We move through the birth of Titans, their overthrow by the Olympian gods, the gods’ dealings with mortals like Paris of Troy, Jason and the Golden Fleece, the Trojan War, and into historical times.Here are just some of the topics that the first part of this book will cover:Uranus: Betrayal by CronusCronus: Fear of His ChildrenTitans vs. Olympian GodsOlympian RuleZeus and His LadiesPrometheus and HeraklesAn Unhappy Tale of the UnderworldThe Beauty Contest that Led to the Fall of TroyPoseidon, Metis, Athena and AtlantisKraken and Other MonstersJason, the Argonauts, and Medea's DragonMenelaus, Agamemnon, and the Trojan WarSolon, the Athenian Law Giver300 SpartansSocrates, Plato, and AristotleAlexander the GreatThe second part is full of fascinating facts and stories. For instance, it covers perhaps the most popular of all the Egyptian stories - the myth of Osiris.Here are just some of the topics that the second part of this book will cover:Egypt in ContextCreationFall of HumanityOsiris MythChief Gods of the Egyptian PantheonLesser Known PantheonAncient Egyptian HistoryHere are just some of the topics that the third part of this book will cover:Norse Creation StoryThe Nine RealmsGods and the “Giants” of JötunheimMidgard and the HumansElves, Dwarves, Trolls and ValkyriesOdin, Frigg, Thor, and LokiThe Death of BaldrConflict Between the RealmsEnglish Days of the WeekHere are just some of the topics that the fourth part of this book will cover:Celtic AnimismUniversal Celtic GodsLocal Irish Celt GodsLocal Gallic Celt GodsCeltic Sagas: The CyclesCeltic Beliefs: Animal and Human SacrificeThe Wicker ManCeltic Beliefs: ReincarnationCeltic Beliefs: MatriarchyHere are just some of the topics that the fifth part of this book will cover:The Trojan ConnectionWhat History and an Analysis of Myth Tell UsFounding of RomePurely Roman GodsThe Creatures of Roman MythologyBorrowings from EtruriaInfluence of the Greek PantheonGreek Creatures Adopted by the RomansCeltic PotpourriRoman Conquests of the CeltsTruth Behind the Roman GodsDownload the book now to learn more about these five mythologies!

Genre: History, Africa, Europe, Nonfiction
Size: 293 pages
Free download for Kindle from 24 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 3.70 / 5
4 reviews

Japanese Mythology: A Captivating Guide to Japanese Folklore, Myths, Fairy Tales, Yokai, Heroes and Heroines

by Matt Clayton

Genre: Children's eBooks, Historical Fiction, History, Asia, Nonfiction, Fiction, Children's Fiction
Size: 3.96 mb
Free download for Kindle from 24 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 4.80 / 5
5 reviews

The First World War: A Captivating Guide to World War 1, The Battle of Verdun and the Battle of Somme

by Captivating History

If you want to discover captivating stories of people and events of World War 1, then keep reading...Free History BONUS Inside!Three captivating manuscripts in one book:World War 1: A Captivating Guide to the First World War, Including Battle Stories from the Eastern and Western Front and How the Treaty of Versailles in 1919 Impacted the Rise of Nazi GermanyThe Battle of Verdun: A Captivating Guide to the Longest and Largest Battle of World War 1 That Took Place on the Western Front Between Germany and FranceThe Battle of the Somme: A Captivating Guide to One of the Most Devastating Events of the First World War That Took Place on the Western FrontThe First World War was one of the most devastating conflicts in our history. The death toll was like nothing experienced before, and it is estimated that over 11 million soldiers were killed, wounded, or went missing, and many of those bodies have never been found. Regardless of how people remember the First World War, and whether or not they romanticize the life of a soldier on the front lines, it is important that the world never forgets this brutal and bloody conflict. The tumult and chaos that remained in the wake of the First World War had far-reaching and devastating consequences, not just for Europe and the survivors of the war, but for the entire world. The ruins of Europe provided a fertile breeding ground for fierce nationalism, which led to the rise of the Third Reich and allowed the evil of Adolf Hitler to go unchecked for far too long. Some of the topics covered in part 1 of this book include:The Fatal Shots That Set the Stage for WarThe Western Front and the First Battle of MarneWar in the TrenchesThe Eastern Front and the Battle of TannenbergThe Battle of Ypres and the Christmas TruceSecond Battle of Ypres and the Introduction of Chemical WarfareChemical Warfare on the Western FrontMy Boy Jack, the Very Human Cost of the First World WarThe Gallipoli CampaignThe Battle of JutlandThe Decline of the Russian EmpireThe Battle of VerdunThe Battle of the SommeAmerica Joins the WarThe Final Days of the War and the Treaty of VersaillesWorld Leaders Who Played a Pivotal Role in the First World WarAnd much, much more!Some of the topics covered in part 2 of this book include:The Road to VerdunThe Citadel of VerdunThe Significance of VerdunThe First Phase of the Battle of VerdunThe Battle of Verdun Gets Bogged Down in the TrenchesA Summer in HellAnd much, much more!Some of the topics covered in part 3 of this book include:The Road to the SommeThe Significance of VerdunThe Battle of the Somme BeginsZ DayThe Battles of the SommeAnd much, much more!So if you want to learn more about The First World War, scroll up and click the "add to cart" button!

Genre: History
Size: 196 pages
Free download for Kindle from 24 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 4.30 / 5
4 reviews

The History of the United States: A Captivating Guide to American History, Including Events Such as the American Revolution, French and Indian War, Boston Tea Party, Pearl Harbor, and the Gulf War

by Captivating History

If you want to discover the captivating history of the United States, then keep reading...Free History BONUS Inside!When the first settlers reached the United States of America and started to chip out a living in the wilderness that seemed so fierce and unfamiliar to their European eyes, they could never have dreamed that someday the land upon which they stood would become one of the most powerful countries in the entire world. When Native Americans first witnessed those white sails bringing ships with white sailors into their world for the first time, they could never have dreamed that within a few centuries their population would be all but destroyed, that they would have to endure massacre after massacre, be stripped of their freedom and confined to comparatively tiny reservations, and walk the Trail of Tears within the next few hundred years.When the preachers of the Great Awakening stood on the backs of wagons or bits of old tree stumps and told the American people a new story of individual freedom and the power of ordinary people, they could never have dreamed that their preaching would trigger a landslide of abolitionism that would end in a civil war that almost tore the entire country apart. When the Civil War was finally won by the Union, and all African Americans' chains were broken at last, the military leaders could never have dreamed that within the next half century, the United States would emerge as one of the world's greatest military powers during the Spanish-American War. And when those soldiers won the struggle against Spain in Cuba, they could never have dreamed that later in the century, Cuba itself would turn against them and become the single greatest threat of nuclear annihilation during the Cold War.When the Wright Brothers first took to the air and Thomas Edison made the lightbulb, they could never have dreamed that American innovation would produce not only the Ford car, basketball, the telephone, and Facebook, but it would also be instrumental in creating the atomic bombs that killed hundreds of thousands of people and finally brought an end to the Second World War. As for Martin Luther King, Jr., he did dream. He had a dream of equality and brotherhood, and his dream at least partially came true in 2008 when America saw the inauguration of its first black president. Never could the slaves of the great plantations of the South have dreamed that that day would ever come, but it did.Nobody could have dreamed it, but it all came to pass, and it became the history of the United States of America. And this is how it all happened...In The History of the United States: A Captivating Guide to American History, Including Events Such as the American Revolution, French and Indian War, Boston Tea Party, Pearl Harbor, and the Gulf War, you will discover topics such asThe People Who Were There FirstA Time of ExplorationColonizing AmericaThe French and Indian WarThe Boston Tea PartyThe American RevolutionThe First PresidentRestless TimesHorrors for the NativesAwakeningCivil WarSeeking for PeaceA Rising PowerProgressDisaster StrikesThe Biggest Bomb in the WorldIcy TensionFreedom on the Home FrontTerror and Its WarAnd much, much more!So if you want to learn more about the history of the United States, then scroll up and click the "add to cart" button!

Genre: History, Americas, Education & Reference, Education
Size: 113 pages
Free download for Kindle from 24 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
1 review

Discovering Pompeii: Book 1: Discovering Ancient Sites

by Natasha Sheldon

Genre: History, Ancient, Politics & Social Sciences
Size: 296 pages
Free download for Kindle from 24 February 2020 onward  

Criminal in the Oval: The Presidency of Donald J. Trump

by N. M. Reed

Ruminations on the first year of the Trump presidency, and now beyond. Thoughtful reading of a narrative of thoughts of an American voter. Starting out as a journal of daily and weekly thoughts, its become more obvious that this is no usual presidency. Highly contentious and fractious world-wide, and thought to represent a global populist movement of fascist right thinking, , the evidence begins to surface that the voter numbers in 2016 seem skewed in impossible ways. It will take time, but it will be shown that his presidency was bought and paid for by foreign powers and that it will amount to the first successful cyber political coup in history. And the ramifications will be debated and argued for generations to come.

Genre: History, Politics & Social Sciences, Freedom & Security, Terrorism
Size: 109 pages
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Paths to the Emerging State in Asia and Africa (Emerging-Economy State and International Policy Studies)

by Keijiro Otsuka

This book is open access under a CC BY-NC-ND license. This book addresses the issue of how a country, which was incorporated into the world economy as a periphery, could make a transition to the emerging state, capable of undertaking the task of economic development and industrialization. It offers historical and contemporary case studies of transition, as well as the international background under which such a transition was successfully made (or delayed), by combining the approaches of economic history and development economics. Its aim is to identify relevant historical contexts, that is, the ‘initial conditions’ and internal and external forces which governed the transition. It also aims to understand what current low-income developing countries require for their transition. Three economic driving forces for the transition are identified. They are: (1) labor-intensive industrialization, which offers ample employment opportunities for labor force; (2) international trade, which facilitates efficient international division of labor; and (3) agricultural development, which improves food security by increasing supply of staple foods. The book presents a bold account of each driver for the transition. 

Genre: Business & Finance, Economics, Finance, History, Asia
Size: 292 pages
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The Literature of Ancient Egypt: Including Original Sources: The Book of the Dead, Papyrus of Ani, Hymn to the Nile, Great Hymn to Aten and Hymn to Osiris-Sokar

by E. A. Wallis Budge

Genre: History, Ancient, Politics & Social Sciences, Social Sciences
Size: 434 pages
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Ancient Egyptian Literature

by Ernest Alfred Thompson Wallis Budge

Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fantasy, History, Ancient
Size: 258 pages
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Flinders Petrie: The Life and Legacy of the Father of Modern Egyptology

by Charles River Editors

Genre: Biography & True Accounts, Historical, History, Ancient, Nonfiction
Size: 100 pages
Free download for Kindle from 24 February 2020 onward  

The Rise of the Spanish Empire

by Roger Bigelow Merriman

Genre: Arts & Photography, Architecture, History, Europe, Professional & Technical, Technology & Engineering
Size: 400 pages
Free download for Kindle from 24 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
6 reviews

From Barrow Boy To Marksman: based on true events

by Ronald Cove

A young boxer from East London finds himself in the army after losing his last fight. Now Bill Auger realises his next fight will be different.Serving in an elite regiment, The Kings Royal Rifle Corps, Bill is fighting for his country in the war with Germany.The story journeys through cruel battle scenes and hard times of imprisonment.When Bill is starting to think that the fighting is finally over - he meets Lisa...

Genre: Fiction, Action & Adventure, War, History, Military, Nonfiction
Size: 282 pages
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Rating: 5.00 / 5
3 reviews

Semper Fi, Padre: The Mathew Caruso Story

by Aaron Elson

During the epic breakout from the Chosin Reservoir, Marine Sgt. Mathew Caruso, assigned as a chaplain's assistant, heroically saved the life of Chaplain Cornelius "Connie" Griffin at the cost of his own life. on December 6, 1950. Six days later, in New England, Mathew's son was born. Fourteen months after that, his father's Silver Star was presented to little Danny Caruso in a ceremony that made national headlines. In 1953 the Caruso Memorial Chapel was dedicated at Camp Pendleton. Two years after that, Mathew's remains were repatriated and his brother John, himself a Marine, served as his burial escort by train from San Francisco to Hartford, Connecticut. "Semper Fi, Padre" is a story of sacrifice and heroism, but it is also about the effect a death in combat, any death in combat, can have on the lives of many people.

Genre: Biography & True Accounts, Historical, Leaders & Notable People, Professionals & Academics, History, Military, Nonfiction
Size: 176 pages
Free download for Kindle from 24 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 4.50 / 5
5 reviews

U.S.S. Seawolf: Submarine Raider of the Pacific

by Gerold Frank

U.S.S. Seawolf: Submarine Raider of the Pacific is the famous first-hand account of the legendary U.S. Navy submarine Seawolf a.k.a. the Wolf which patrolled the Pacific during World War 2 and had over a dozen confirmed enemy sinkings. Shoving off the day of the Pearl Harbor attack, Chief Radioman J. (Joseph) M. (Melvin) Eckberg takes the reader on a tense and dramatic journey during his initial 24-month stint aboard the Seawolf and beyond.

Genre: History, Americas, Nonfiction
Size: 193 pages
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Rating: 5.00 / 5
1 review

The forgotten Prince

by Monika Mangal

At the beginning of King Seti's third regnal year, the aspiring architect in the making Siamun sets out from his hometown Iunu in order to join the royal architects. In doing so, he hopes to make the most of his exceptional talent and the knowledge he has acquired during his studies in the temple of Ra. While Siamun pretends to be the son of a lesser architect, he anxiously guards the secret of his true parentage which must never be unravelled.Sooner than expected, his dream of working on one of the ambitious royal building projects comes true. Quite by chance, the king's attention is drawn to the gifted young man. Intrigued by his brilliant ideas, Seti subsequently entrusts him with the construction of his two dearest monuments, oblivious of the potential threat Siamun poses to him.However, Siamun's sudden rise is not without its downsides. Powerful individuals who envy his extraordinary success leave no stone unturned to ensure his fall from grace. Soon, devious scheming and even plots of murder follow his every step.Despite all this, Siamun carries on carving pharaoh's grand visions into stone without wavering - until the day he discovers the unspeakable outrage hidden, of all places, inside the very temple he has been building with so much devotion. From then on, nothing is as it used to be, and Siamun faces a hard decision. Inexorably, dramatic events begin to unfold...

Genre: Fiction, Historical Fiction, History, Ancient, Nonfiction
Size: 388 pages
Free download for Kindle from 24 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 4.00 / 5
1 review

Entanglement (Justice Keepers Saga Book 3)

by R.S. Penney

Genre: Crime, Thriller & Mystery, Thrillers, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fantasy, Fiction, Action & Adventure, History, Ancient, Nonfiction, Romance, Science Fiction, Colonisation, Galactic Empire, Space Opera, Teen & Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Mysteries & Thrillers
Size: 375 pages
Free download for Kindle from 24 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 3.30 / 5
3 reviews

Alexander Graham Bell: A Life From Beginning to End (Biographies of Innovators Book 2)

by Hourly History

Genre: Biography & True Accounts, Professionals & Academics, Specific Groups, History, Europe, UK, Nonfiction
Size: 1.45 mb
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Enigmatic Argonautica

by L. A. Braun

This NEW Booklet explores the use of rebus (using pictures to represent numbers or words) in the ancient artwork of the epic saga "Argonautica,'--the legendary 3rd century B.C. Greek poem, documenting Jason and the Argonauts' journeys in their quest for the Golden Fleece. Explore how the Knights Templar had incorporated the secret rebus! This book is a stunning exploration of the use of rebus in the ubiquitous Philosophers' Stone texts. This enthralling spellbinder traces our research on the hypothesis that the authors in the Philosophers’ Stone genre had used rebus to encode the secret sacred knowledge of the specific number of electrons within Mercury (‘80’ electrons as the 80th element) and Gold (‘79’ electrons as the 79th element) in the Philosophers’ Stone works. The Transformation Process would take one electron from Mercury to formulate Gold and the authors would have encoded the numbers ‘79’ and ‘80’ in rebus. The ‘80’ (usually depicted as a circle ‘0’ of ‘8’ things) would represent the 80th element of Mercury while the ‘79’ (usually depicted as ‘7’ and ‘9’ things) would represent the 79th element of Gold. That is what we are searching for in the art of the "Argonautica.' Enjoy the adventure! Most astoundingly, this book illustrates how the hidden secrets are deeply embedded in our most famous masterpieces! Read it today!

Genre: Arts & Photography, Art, History, Nonfiction
Size: 310 pages
Free download for Kindle from 24 February 2020 onward  

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