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#31
Thanks for the support. Grey Redemption has a horrible edit. fluff over it and go with the story it is fun. You will either hate or love the first person perspective. Redemption's Bullet is more traditional for the genre and style. I didn't trust anyone with the edit after the first book fiasco so it is tight, I did it and then had a senior editor run a polish and suggest. Some suggestions I took others I didn't. Every writer hates their first book. LOL!
Ludlum and Lustbader were great reads. Urasiss Dragon awesome character name you only get if you read out loud. UR ass is draggin.
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#32
The Sumerians PDF https://archive.org/search.php?query=the%20sumerians
BEER Lovers - Chemical analysis has identified a 6,000-year-old brewery at an archaeological site in what is now modern Iran. The evidence, which was published recently in the scientific journal Nature, suggests that fermentation of barley was first practised in Sumer - southern Babylonia - between 4000 and 3000 BC.
The Cosmology of the Sumerians PDF https://archive.org/details/jstor-27899374
This is an article related to the above eBook PDF.

The Epic of Gilgamesh PDF https://archive.org/details/TheEpicOfGilgames
The Epic of Gilgamesh is an ancient manuscript more than 3.000 years old. It was carved in 12 tablets by the Sumerians in Mesopotamia. More of the stories in Gilgamesh have close relationship to the Christian Bible. For example the Garden of Eden and Noah´s Flood seems to derive from the Epic of Gilgamesh. It has also inspired Homers works, parts of the Iliad for instance has some interesting similarities.
The Iliad of Homer, PDF translated & published in 1864 by Edward Earl of Derby https://archive.org/details/in.ernet.dli.2015.110081

The Emerald Tablets of Thoth PDF https://archive.org/details/TheEmeraldTa...eAtlantean
The Emerald Tablets of Thoth is a very important spiritual work. It is probably the oldest mystical work. The current work can be traced back to European alchemists in the 13th century, but the tablet dates back much further. Some say it was originally written in Atlantean characters, others Phoenician script. Hermes (Thoth) is alleged to have lived about 1900 BC, but other sources attribute him with immortality dating him back to the time of Atlantis and crediting him with the construction of the pyramids. His contribution to Egyptian society, including the introduction of writing, was merely another step in raising the consciousness of society following the fall of the Atlantean empire. Alexander the Great may be the discoverer of the Tablet (which may actually be green glass, rather than green stone granite), and it is one of the few remaining works of Egyptian (many burnt in the library at Alexandria). The work was known to Appollonius of Tyana (1st century Greek philosopher).

The Kybalion; a study of the hermetic philosophy of ancient Egypt and Greece, by Three Initiates PDF https://archive.org/details/kybalionstudyofh00thre


I only put this educational site's web link here, just in case anyone wants to read more on ancient Sumer, or Babylonia. http://www.ancient-wisdom.com/sumeria.htm
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#33
Modern Alchemy, 1932 book by William Albert Noyes https://archive.org/details/in.ernet.dli.2015.509169

What I like about topic of Alchemy in this book, is author covers a lot of topics. Darwin, energy, chemistry, electricity, elements & more. Man's desire to create the Philosopher's Stone and beat the Laws of Nature.
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#34
(04-13-2018, 10:49 PM)Scott7022 Wrote: Thanks for the support. Grey Redemption has a horrible edit. fluff over it and go with the story it is fun. You will either hate or love the first person perspective. Redemption's Bullet is more traditional for the genre and style. I didn't trust anyone with the edit after the first book fiasco so it is tight, I did it and then had a senior editor run a polish and suggest. Some suggestions I took others I didn't. Every writer hates their first book. LOL!
Ludlum and Lustbader were great reads. Urasiss Dragon awesome character name you only get if you read out loud. UR ass is draggin.

You're welcome Scott. To be real, I'm not a reading snob or a grammar yahzoo but I do have more than a few English classes left on my butt. I often look past certain elements of others' writings and I'll pleasure in my reading just to enjoy the story itself. I am sure I will thoroughly enjoy your writings. I've read enough of your posts here to have figured out that you have a fascinating mind which I am also sure will show up nicely within your story tellings. 

Now if only I can get to your story posts here, and the other sternwake files.
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#35
The Secret Teachings Of All Ages By Manly P. Hall  free PDF
Published in 1928. I've the blue anniversary copy. This PDF is the most complete writings, in a book one never really finishes reading. It's probably the most interesting book I've ever read and on how it applies to peoples' lives daily whether they realize it or not. It'a a wholly Masonic influenced world here on earth. Has anyone taken a look at the city & street planning in Washington DC? Statue of Liberty? 
https://archive.org/details/Thesecrettea...ofallages2

The Art of War by Sun Tzu. Written in 6th Century. 
https://archive.org/details/TheArtOfWar_979
Since I brought it up earlier, here it is.
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Secret Teachings is epic.

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#37
World History in 25 volumes, 1904 set (PDF or other formats)
The Historian's History of the World by Williams 1904.
If anyone is interested in downloading a complete set of world history books, each volume averaging 720 pages.
The entire set was written by a team of historians and reviewed by over 2,000 professional historians were involved in it's fruition. 
I have not read the entire series for what is known to be historical accuracy, but it is a project a fine group is interested in.
This set was written for publish year of 1904. This means it was written prior to the majority of prescriptive writing edicts of world history which had come into play during the first few decades of the 20th Century.  
There are 25 volumes covering the entire world. 

We have had quite a few mentions on the forum, of Russia and some members who appeared to be interested in history in general.
As example, here is Volume 17, which concludes Switzerland, then Russia and Poland.  

V17 https://archive.org/details/historianshistor17will

It took me over a month to locate, gather links, for the entire set's volumes pub'd in 1904. Volumes 13 and 23 were the most difficult to find. I don't know why, yet, and can only use logic and deductive reasoning after I've read both, to determine why they were so well hidden. That is step one of project.
I do not mind sharing it, it is nothing more than a copy/paste of links and its Volume Index. 
This is your chance to get all the links to a full set of 25 Volumes. It should go into a separate titled thread.
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#38
This should be the cherry flavored popsicle on why  V13 & 23 were hard to find. 

v.13. France, 1815-1904. Netherlands.--

v.23. The United States (concluded), Spanish America.--
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#39
Awesome finds!! Alas, history is written by the victors if we believe the words of the bathtub residing stogie smoking Sir of a British persuasion. Perhaps his "I shall write it" was to be taken literally, the first hint of fake news. LOL!

Really good series I have seen parts of it in the past and having it all together and clickable is brilliant for those that want to educate themselves past the Indian and Pilgrim sharing a turkey narrative spoon fed to the masses.
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(04-17-2018, 05:18 PM)Scott7022 Wrote: Awesome finds!! Alas, history is written by the victors if we believe the words of the bathtub residing stogie smoking Sir of a British persuasion. Perhaps his "I shall write it" was to be taken literally, the first hint of fake news. LOL!

Really good series I have seen parts of it in the past and having it all together and clickable is brilliant for those that want to educate themselves past the Indian and Pilgrim sharing a turkey narrative spoon fed to the masses.

Scott, Check your PM. Links plus 2 bonus eBooks you may find to be helpful. I hope you enjoy, and I hope Williams' et al versions of history is truly...accurate...to what I already know. Feel free to share with others. As I said, I've not read all ~20K pages. Just read enough to know I wanted the set.
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