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The Anti-Gravity Handbook
Compiled by David Hatcher Childress
An amusing and informative compilation of theories, plans and equations for anti-gravity devices, as well as stories and newspaper clippings about UFOs and levitation. Einstein, Tesla, and some hilarious cartoons.
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The Day Behemoth and Leviathan Died
by David Allen Deal
This book presents the unique theory that the crust of the Earth once covered the entire planet, but was broken apart by the impact of a giant meteor or planetoid that hurdled into the Earth. Thus, three quarters of the Earth’s crust was lost, spewing out into space, where, he believes, it may have formed into our current moon. The remaining crust cracked and drifted apart, creating Earth’s continents. This caused a number of cataclysms, including a worldwide deluge - not the Flood of Noah, but the first global flood, which Deal believed to be described in the first few sentences of Genesis, where the creation of the Earth by Yahweh is written of. This is very similar to the Sumerian/Babylonian tales of...
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Hyperspace:
A Scientific Odyssey Through Parallel Universes Time Warps and the 10th Dimension

by Michio Kaku
A belief-shattering revelation of the findings of modern physics, written by one of today's leading theoretical physicists. Covers string theory, time travel, Einstein's theories of gravitation and relativity, Neils Bohr, Bell's Theorem and Schrodinger's cat, among others. After this you will never have a doubt that you are creating your own universe.
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A Beginner's Guide to Constructing the Universe:
The Mathematical Archetypes of Nature, Art and Science

by Michael S. Schneider
Explores the mathematical and geometric patterns that keep repeating throughout art and nature, and explains their cause and meaning using numerology and sacred geometry. The author specifically concentrates on the core numbers 1-10.
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