The Harmonic Conquest of Space

The Harmonic Conquest of Space

Explores the concept that the earth is criss-crossed by an electromagnetic grid system that can be used for anti-gravity, free energy, levitation and more.

Reich of the Black Sun

Nazi Secret Weapons & the Cold War Allied Legend

Reich of the Black Sun

"A fascinating expose proving that Nazi Germany won the race for the atom bomb in late 1944. Were the Nazis secretly researching the occult, alternative physics and new energy sources? This scientific-historical journey tracks down the proof and answers these fascinating questions: What were the Nazis developing in Czechoslovakia? Why did the US Army test the atom bomb on Hiroshima? Why did the Luftwaffe fly a non-stop round-trip mission within twenty miles of New York City in 1944?"--Publisher's description.

Men and Gods in Mongolia

Men and Gods in Mongolia

First published in 1935, this rare and unusual travel book takes us into the virtually unknown world of Mongolia, a country that only now, after 70 years, is finally opening up to the west. Haslund, a Danish-Swedish explorer, takes us to the lost city of Karakota in the Gobi desert. We meet the Bodgo Gegen, a god-king in Mongolia similar to the Dalai Lama of Tibet. We meet Dambin Jansang, the dreaded warlord of the 'Black Gobi'. There is even material on the Hi-mori, an 'airhorse' that flies though the air (similar to a Vimana) and carries with it the sacred stone of Chintamani. Aside from the esoteric and mystical material, there is plenty of just plain adventure.

Mystery in Acambaro

Mystery in Acambaro

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 artifacts 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 A.T. Factor

Piece for a Jigsaw III

The A.T. Factor

British aerospace engineer Cramp began much of his scientific anti-gravity and UFO propulsion analysis back in 1955 with his landmark book Space, Gravity and the Flying Saucer (out-of-print and rare). His next books UFOs and Anti-Gravity: Piece for a Jig-Saw and The Cosmic Matrix: Piece for a Jig-Saw Part 2 began Cramp's in-depth look into gravity control, free-energy, and the interlocking web of energy that pervades the universe. In this final book, Cramp brings to a close his detailed and controversial study of UFOs and Anti-Gravity with what he calls the Advanced Time Factor, or the AT Factor. This fascinating collection of some of the UFO related works is presented here in an autobiographical format in response to popular enquiry. In this work the author points out that any preview of future events can logically be regarded as a form of time travel and this may occur in a vast cosmic matrix system in which all things have their shared existence. Drawing on his own experience, the author discovered that the elapsed time between preview of an event to its manifestation can also be variable and for co-ordination and tabulating purposes he has designated this as an advanced time fa

In Secret Mongolia

In Secret Mongolia

Translated from the Swedish by Elizabeth Sprigge and Claude Napier.

Celestial Treasury

From the Music of the Spheres to the Conquest of Space

Celestial Treasury

Throughout history, the mysterious dark skies above us have inspired our imaginations in countless ways, influencing our endeavours in science and philosophy, religion, literature and art. Heavenly Treasures is a truly beautiful book showing the richness of astronomical theories and illustrations in Western civilization through the ages, exploring their evolution, and comparing ancient and modern throughout. From Greek verse, mediaeval manuscripts and Victorian poetry to spacecraft photographs and computer-generated star charts, the unprecedented wealth of these portrayals is quite breathtaking.

Harper's New Monthly Magazine

Harper's New Monthly Magazine

Harper's informs a diverse body of readers of cultural, business, political, literary and scientific affairs.

Discourse

Journal for Theoretical Studies in Media and Culture

Discourse