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Noah: Commander of the Sea - From the Tell Me More series for Young Readers (4th to 6th grade level). Noah: Commander of the Sea, elaborates, extends and provides more details to supplement the traditional story. Combining ancient Biblical writings that have recently come to light, sharing many heretofore lost details, the young reader is encouraged to pursue a quest for Truth. “Earth was destroyed two times, once by fire and once by water. The destruction of water was not as great, and came about as told in the following story.”

Flat Earth Chronicles: The Earth Stands, is a collection of information to encourage young readers to explore what they have heard and been taught regarding the universe in which they live. This book in no way purports to have all the answers. What it does do, especially for young readers, is to encourage them to search for themselves. (4th to 6th grade level) It is the fondest desire of the authors to encourage the young reader on his or her quest for Truth. (5th to 6th grade reading level)

Flat Earth Chronicles: Under the Dome - We are all trapped, living inside a huge dome which covers the earth. In this book, you will discover the truth about the world you live in. Flat Earth Chronicles: Under the Dome, is a collection of information to encourage the reader to explore what they have seen and been taught; and to seek out answers for him or herself. The book in no way purports to have all the answers. What it does do, especially for young readers, is to encourage them to search for themselves. The author’s hope is that this book will help you seek the Truth as you explore ancient teachings and beliefs.

 
 

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The Works of Lord Dunsany Volume I - Edward Plunkett (1878-1957), the 18th Baron of Dunsany, was an Anglo-Irish writer known for his tales set in purely invented fantasy universes under the pen name 'Lord Dunsany.' Most of these stories were published in collections between 1905 to 1919. He loved inventing new worlds, each with bits of amusing detail. Dunsany later turned to writing stage and radio plays. Dunsany had a huge influence on H.P. Lovecraft, and his inventive fantasy paved the way for J.R.R. Tolkien. Volume I includes: The Gods of Pegana; Time and the Gods; The Sword of Wellearn and Other Stories.

The Works of Lord Dunsany Volume III -


The Book of Earths - This book of Earths began years ago, as a collection--maps of the Earth, the Moon, the heavens. For it occurred to me, not long ago, that it would be "fun" to put them all together, and many others with them, chosen to fill in the gaps of the original group. Luckily for the fun of it, the search about to begin would not be limited to what we know about the Earth, else it would have ended before it began; for we live in a universe of which we know little, and on a planet of which we know perhaps less. It would include not only what we know, or think to-day we know, but also anything that has been believed or felt or no more than "guessed" to be the picture of the Earth and its place in the universe.

The Asatir (Samaritan Book of the Secrets of Moses), was translated by Dr. Gaster and published in 1927. He claims it was compiled around the middle or end of the third century B.C., and is the “oldest book in existence of this kind of literature." This edition also contains The Pitron (Samaritan Commentary) and the Samaritan Story of the Death of Moses. “The best way to describe the Asatir is to call it a Midrash, Aggadah, or legendary supplement to the Pentateuch. Unlike other Apocrypha with which it has much in common, the author does not attempt to retail anew the sacred history and to present it in a specific form, and with a deliberate tendency. He is content to leave the sacred scripture as it stands, without meddling with its narrative and without trying to readjust the events recounted therein, according to a certain preconceived system either legal or astronomical.”

The Works of Lord Dunsany Volume II - Edward Plunkett (1878-1957), the 18th Baron of Dunsany, was an Anglo-Irish writer known for his tales set in purely invented fantasy universes under the pen name 'Lord Dunsany.' Most of these stories were published in collections between 1905 to 1919. He loved inventing new worlds, each with bits of amusing detail. Dunsany later turned to writing stage and radio plays. Dunsany had a huge influence on H.P. Lovecraft, and his inventive fantasy paved the way for J.R.R. Tolkien. Volume II includes: A Dreamer’s Tale; Selections of the Writings of Lord Dunsany; The Book of Wonder; and Fifty-One Tales.


A Glossary of Important Symbols - “In order to thoroughly enjoy historical and religious works or to interpret the exact language of form and color in ancient buildings, it is necessary to be acquainted with the most important emblems, from their origin in the past to the present application of these terms…. Readers and teachers need to be familiar with the popular forms of expression employed by Hebrew, Pagan and Christian, in order to interpret correctly the Scriptures as well as classic and romantic literature.”

The Iron Republic - First published as a monthly serial in Florida Magazine 1902, The Iron Republic tells an extraordinary story of Mr. E. W. Barrington’s sea journey in the late 1800’s to Antarctica where he found a passageway through the massive ice wall, and a highly developed civilization, both technologically and socially speaking. “Either as fact or fiction, it is a rare story and presents an ideal of society and government that will make the average reader long to be a citizen of the newly discovered Iron Republic.”