Teutonic Myth and Legend
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Teutonic Myth and Legend

This is Donald Mackenzie's able retelling of the Northern mythological cycle. He weaves a coherent narrative from the Eddas, the Niebelunglied, the Volsung Saga, Beowulf, the primordial Hamlet myths, and Medieval German tales of chivalry.

Other Tongues, Other Flesh
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Other Tongues, Other Flesh

Other Tongues, Other Flesh is a book about alien contactees. George Hunt Williamson was a pioneering UFO researcher. He invented the concept of 'walk-ins,' who he called 'The Wanderers.' Walk-ins are normal humans who are actually (unknown to themselves) reincarnated 'Space Brothers.' Williamson also worked with George Adamski, another UFO pioneer. One of the centerpieces of this book is a labored interpretation of symbols in footpri...

The Planet Mars and Its Inhabitants
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The Planet Mars and Its Inhabitants

This book was apparently written by Eros Urides, a Martian, and edited by J.L. Kennon. It's a description of how Martians live, which sounds suspiciously like Socialism with a bit of Christianity thrown in for good measure.

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Summa Theologica, Part III (Tertia Pars)

This is Part 3 of the Summa Theologica, one of the classics of the history of philosophy and one of the most influential works of Western literature. It is perhaps most famous for its five arguments for the existence of God (known as the 'five ways'). It was written to explain the Christian faith to theology students.

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Summa Theologica, Part II-II (Secunda Secundae)

This is Part 2 of the second part of the Summa Theologica, one of the classics of the history of philosophy and one of the most influential works of Western literature. It is perhaps most famous for its five arguments for the existence of God (known as the 'five ways'). It was written to explain the Christian faith to theology students.

The Hidden Life in Freemasonry
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The Hidden Life in Freemasonry

Fully illustrated. Chapters include: The Lodge; The Fittings Of The Lodge; Preliminary Ceremonies; The Opening Of The Lodge; Initiation; The Second Degree; The Third Degree; The Higher Degrees; Two Wonderful Rituals; and, Closing The Lodge.

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Lord of the World, by Robert Hugh Benson

Lord of the World is a dystopian sci-fi book by Robert Hugh Benson, which was first published in 1907. It centres on the Antichrist and the end of the world, and has been called prophetic by the current Pope and the previous one. Whilst the whole Antichrist matter is one for Christians, it is true that Benson, like Jules Verne, did accurately predict some technological advances, such as weapons of mass destruction, passenger air trav...

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Last Post, by Ford Madox Ford

Last Post is a novel by Ford Madox Ford, first published in 1928. It is the fourth and final book in the Parade's End series of books about Christopher Tietjens and his life, with World War I as the backdrop. This book is set during a few hours of a day in June, where Tietjens is making a living as a dealer of old furniture. The series has taken the reader from before the war, to during it, and this final novel explores the legacy of...

A Miracle in Stone, Or, the Great Pyramid of Egypt
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A Miracle in Stone, Or, the Great Pyramid of Egypt

Still one of the largest pieces of architecture ever constructed, the Great Pyramid has long been the subject of wonder as to when it was built, by whom, and most importantly, why. The conventional explanation is that it was built during the reign of the Pharaoh Khufu by skilled Egyptian laborers as a funerary monument. In addition to pyramidology, Joseph Seiss was a Christian dispensationalist, a 19th century millennialist school of...

God the Invisible King
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God the Invisible King

God the Invisible King is a theological tract by H.G. Wells. In it, he rejects the belief of God as the Creator, and sets apart his own theories from Christianity, appealing for a 'modern religion'; one that has no revelation or founder. When the book was published, it was so different to the author's previous works, that most people didn't know quite what to make of it.