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The lost science of man
Title : The lost science of man
Author : Ernest Becker
Publisher: George Braziller
Total pages: 177 pages
The Lost Science of Measuring the Earth
Title : The Lost Science of Measuring the Earth
Author : Robin Heath,John Michell
Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Press
Total pages: 143 pages
Two leading researchers into ancient wisdom demonstrate that the earth's dimensions were accurately known prior to 3000 BC. These astonishing findings, available for the first time, include a system of surveying and measure based on simple numerical and geometrical rules documents that remnants of this science still existed in medieval times when it became lost. It appears that the system was applied world-wide. Chapters include: Measurement and the Moon; Stonehenge & the Lunation Triangle; The Preseli Triangle; Prehistoric Precision: A Summary; The Numbers that Measure the Earth; Traditions of Ancient Surveyors in Britain; Secrets of the 52nd Parallel; Dates and Speculations "A Summary; Appendices.
Lost Science of the Stone Age
Title : Lost Science of the Stone Age
Author : Michael Poynder
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
Total pages: 199 pages
Lost Science of the Stone Age proves that 5000 years ago the subtle energies that bind all living things were widely understood and that Stone Age man had an instinctive understanding of the magnetic currents that run through the earth.
Title : Lost Science
Author : Gerry Vassilatos
Total pages: 347 pages
Rediscover the legendary names of suppressed scientific revolution-remarkable lives astounding discoveries, and incredible inventions which would have produced a world of wonder. How did the aura research of Baron Karl von Reichenbach prove the vitalistic theory and frighten the greatest minds of Germany? How did the physiophone and wireless of Antonio Meucci predate both Bell and Marconi by decades? How did the geoaetheric engines of Nikola Tesla threaten the establishment of a fuel-dependent America? Why did the Air Force initially fund the gravitational warp research and warp-cloaking devices of T Townsend Brown and then reject it? Each chapter is a biographic treasure. Ours is a world living hundreds of years behind its intended stage of development. Complete knowledge of this loss is the key to recapturing this wonder technology.
The Lost Science
Title : The Lost Science
Author : M. G. Bucholtz B. Sc Mba,M. G. Bucholtz, B.sc
Total pages: 134 pages
Can the movements of Jupiter, Saturn and Uranus affect market cycles? Are prices swings on the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 a reflection of lunar and planetary placements? "Many people are surprised to find that changes in price trends on the financial markets are a reflection of the changing psychological emotions of market participants." Our emotions are impacted by the varying gravitational pulls and energy levels in our planetary cosmos. Scientific techniques such as square root mathematics, the Golden Mean, the Golden Sequence and astrological phenomena like lunar events, planetary transits and planetary aspects can thus be used to identify short term changes in price trend and long term market cycles. In the early part of the 20th century many successful traders on Wall Street, including the venerable W.D. Gann and the mysterious Louise McWhirter understood that emotion was intimately linked to the forces of nature. They used these scientific techniques and astrological phenomena to predict changes to price trend and to profit from the markets. "The Lost Science" will acquaint you with an extensive range of astrological and mathematical phenomena. From the Golden Mean and Fibonacci Sequence through planetary transit lines and square roots to an examination of lunar astrology, planetary aspects and market cycles, the numerous illustrated examples in this book will assist you to deepen your understanding of the financial markets and make better informed and more timely trading and investing decisions."
Title : Lost Science
Author : Kitty Ferguson
Total pages: 272 pages
Popular science writer Kitty Ferguson investigates little-explored byroads in the history of science, from Kepler s nearly disastrous venture into science fiction to a twentieth-century experiment involving cats and rocket fuel. She introduces long-forgotten discoverers and takes us on astounding adventures with the likes of Jesuit astronomer Ferdinand Verbiest, who invented the first automobile and won a bizarre astronomy competition in seventeenth-century China against his former torturer."
The lost science of John "Longitude" Harrison
Title : The lost science of John "Longitude" Harrison
Author : William S. Laycock
Total pages: 159 pages
The End of the World; Or, Prophecy, a Lost Science, Revealed, Ed. [Really Written] by J. L. Hance
Title : The End of the World; Or, Prophecy, a Lost Science, Revealed, Ed. [Really Written] by J. L. Hance
Author : J. L. Hance
Publisher: Palala Press
Total pages: 72 pages
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Lost Chords and Christian Soldiers
Title : Lost Chords and Christian Soldiers
Author : Ian Bradley
Publisher: Hymns Ancient and Modern Ltd
Total pages: 256 pages
Arthur Sullivan is best known as W. S. Gilbert's collaborator in the Savoy Operas, However, Sullivan was far from being simply a composer of light operettas. At the height of his fame and popularity in late Victorian Britain, Sullivan was regarded as the nation's leading composer of sacred oratorios on a par with Mendelssohn and Brahms. Yet despite his contemporary popularity and enduring legacy, little attention has been given to Sullivan's sacred work. The last twenty years have seen a considerable revival of interest in and critical appreciation for this aspect of Sullivan's work. Lost Chords and Christian Soldiers provides the first detailed, comprehensive, critical study and review of Sullivan's church and sacred music. As well as exploring issues of repertoire and ecclesiology involved in these and other formative influences and experiences, consideration will be given to how far Sullivan's own personal beliefs and faith influenced his settings of sacred texts and the extent to which his own spiritual and theological leaning are expressed in his choice of material and style of setting. Sullivan's motivation in setting religious texts will be probed and comparison will be made with the motivation, output and approach of his closest contemporaries in this field, most notably Stainer.
Beauty and the Beast: Lost in a Book
Title : Beauty and the Beast: Lost in a Book
Author : Jennifer Donnelly
Publisher: Disney Press
Total pages: 352 pages
Smart, bookish Belle, a captive in the Beast's castle, has become accustomed to her new home and has befriended its inhabitants. When she comes upon Nevermore, an enchanted book unlike anything else she has seen in the castle, Belle finds herself pulled into its pages and transported to a world of glamour and intrigue. The adventures Belle has always imagined, the dreams she was forced to give up when she became a prisoner, seem within reach again. The charming and mysterious characters Belle meets within the pages of Nevermore offer her glamorous conversation, a life of dazzling Parisian luxury, and even a reunion she never thought possible. Here Belle can have everything she ever wished for. But what about her friends in the Beast's castle? Can Belle trust her new companions inside the pages of Nevermore? Is Nevermore's world even real? Belle must uncover the truth about the book, before she loses herself in it forever.
The Lost Key
Title : The Lost Key
Author : Catherine Coulter,J. T. Ellison
Total pages: 464 pages
"A thriller packed with nonstop action, real-life name-dropping and enough cutting-edge science to make you wonder how much of it could be true." —Kirkus Reviews The newest entry in the sizzling international thriller series featuring Nicholas Drummond, from #1 New York Times–bestselling author Catherine Coulter. Freshly minted FBI agent Nicholas Drummond is barely out of his Quantico training when he and his partner, Mike Caine, are called to investigate a stabbing on Wall Street. Their investigation, however, yields more questions than answers. It quickly becomes clear that the victim, John Pearce, was more than the naval historian and antiquities dealer he appeared to be. What Drummond doesn’t know is that buying and selling rare books was Pearce’s cover, and that he had devoted his life to discovering the whereabouts of a missing World War I U-boat concealing a stash of gold bullion, and an unexpected surprise that only raises more questions. When Drummond and Caine find both of Pearce’s adult children have disappeared, the case assumes a new sense of urgency. The FBI agents know their best lead lies in the victim’s cryptic final words—“The key is in the lock.” But what key? What lock? The search for Adam and Sophia Pearce takes them on an international manhunt, which threatens to run them afoul of an eccentric billionaire industrialist with his own plans not only for the lost gold, but the creation of a weapon unlike anything the world has ever seen.
Raiders of the Lost Bark
Title : Raiders of the Lost Bark
Author : Sparkle Abbey
Publisher: Bell Bridge Books
Total pages: 198 pages
Mel's enemy may be barking up the wrong tree . . . But someone is about to become a killer. Melinda Langston, amateur sleuth and Bow Wow Boutique owner, finds herself "Glamping Under the Stars" with a blackmailer, Orange County's hottest new gourmet pet chef, Addison Rae. But before Mel can put an end to Addison's strong-arming, the chef is found dead. Mel is just one of many suspects who had motive to snuff out the demanding chef. Was it Redmond, the angry sous chef who detested working for Addison? What about rival chef, Pepper Maddox? The glamping chef gig was hers until Addison blackmailed her way into the job. And then there's Asher, a charming fellow camper whose past relationship with Addison isn't the only secret he's guarding. Mel's not one to tuck tail and run, even when it looks like she may be the next victim. Sparkle Abbey is the pseudonym of two mystery authors (Mary Lee Woods and Anita Carter). They are friends and neighbors as well as co-writers of the Pampered Pets Mystery Series. The pen name was created by combining the names of their rescue pets--Sparkle (Mary Lee's cat) and Abbey (Anita's dog). They reside in central Iowa, but if they could write anywhere, you would find them on the beach with their laptops and, depending on the time of day, with either an iced tea or a margarita. Visit them at sparkleabbey.com.
Lost... In the Sea of Despair
Title : Lost... In the Sea of Despair
Author : Tracey Turner
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Total pages: 128 pages
Out in the secluded oceans, danger lurks where you least expect to find it. Will you survive horrifying creatures, treacherous storms and deadly stings and bites? Packed full of fascination facts and essential information to get you to safety, Lost is an amazing new interactive, adventure-packed series in which the reader must choose their own path to survive to the end of the story. Can you get alive?
The Lost Gospel of James
Title : The Lost Gospel of James
Author : James Russell
Publisher: James Russell Publishing
Total pages: 344 pages
The Lost Gospel of James - a New Testament of Jesus of Galilee. The second series of the novel, The Lost Gospel of John. Come join this fabulous miracle-working Jesus and his trusted and admired Saint James with the entertaining, funny and remarkably bumbling dysfunctional apostles. You'll experience strange and powerful creatures, mysterious paths and twisted lands taking you to places you never knew existed. Enjoy the infamous agonizing filthy slums of heaven, the wicked joys of hell and discover the awful and true horror that there will be no escape for you, ever! You should read the Lost Gospel of John first before reading this second book in the series. Isn't it time you discover The Lost Gospels?
The Mammoth Book of The Lost Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes
Title : The Mammoth Book of The Lost Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes
Author : Denis O. Smith
Publisher: Hachette UK
Total pages: 512 pages
These are stories of the sort loved by true fans of the greatest of all detectives, in which a client tells Holmes a strange tale, drawing him into a baffling mystery. Whether in fogbound London or deep in the English countryside, these action-packed stories, set during the 1880s and early 1890s, before Holmes’s disappearance at the Reichenbach Falls, faithfully recreate the atmosphere of Conan Doyle’s early Holmes stories. This wonderful anthology brings together the best work of Denis O. Smith, much admired for his new Sherlock Holmes stories, including ‘A Hair’s Breadth’, ‘The Adventure of the Smiling Face’ and ‘An Incident in Society’. Ten of these stories have never previously been published in book form.
What's Lost in the Dark (Dark Paradise, #2)
Title : What's Lost in the Dark (Dark Paradise, #2)
Author : V. R. Avent
Publisher: V.R. Avent
Total pages: 540 pages
Now that Abigail has been lured into a dark paradise, she wants to feast on sweet darkness while fulfilling and exploring her fantasies. But Taylor, Zach's ex, isn't backing down, and neither will Abigail's past. With Taylor's aggressive tendencies jeopardizing their relationship, and Abigail's past surfacing, what will become of Zach and Abi?
Lost from View
Title : Lost from View
Author : Nina Biehal,Fiona Mitchell,Jim Wade
Publisher: Policy Press
Total pages: 63 pages
Lost from view presents findings from a study of missing persons yet undertaken in the UK. It provides information on the motivations and circumstances of both missing adults and children and draws directly on the views and experiences of missing adults themselves.
Artemis Fowl and the Lost Colony
Title : Artemis Fowl and the Lost Colony
Author : Eoin Colfer
Publisher: Penguin UK
Total pages: 416 pages
Ten millennia ago, the fairy People were defeated in a great battle with mankind, forcing them to move underground. Only the eighth family of fairies remained undefeated: the demons. But now one demon has discovered the secrets of the fairy world, and if humans get hold of this information the fairies are in BIG trouble. Only one person can prevent this disaster - teenage criminal mastermind Artemis Fowl. Action packed and full of humour - a must-read for boys and girls aged 10+.