The Unseen Hand: An Introduction to the Conspiratorial View of History
Ralph Epperson contends that the major events of the past, the revolutions, the wars, the depressions and the revolutions, have been planned years in advance by an international conspiracy. He puts forward his Conspiratorial View of History.
The History of Hell
The Undying Stars: The Truth That Unites the World's Ancient Wisdom and the Conspiracy to Keep It from You
Uncover the spiritual cosmology of the ancients!
Virtually all the world's sacred traditions are built upon a common esoteric system of celestial allegory. In The Undying Stars, you will see how that system works, and why the ancients thought it was so important.
You will find evidence that the message that these esoteric myths were intended to convey includes a shamanic-holographic worldview of tremendous sophistication . . . and profound significance. A worldview which anticipated quantum physics by many thousands of years. And you will encounter evidence that this ancient wisdom was deliberately suppressed by forces who took over the Roman Empire and then launched a violent campaign to eradicate the ancient esoteric system, first in Europe and then in the rest of the world.
To preview the preface, table of contents and first three chapters, please visit the Mathisen Corollary blog.
French Style with Vintage Finds: A Passion for French Antiques & Collectibles
Step into lovely French homes and shops for inspiration and enchanting ideas. Heirloom antiques and charming villages create a memorable journey throughout the pages of this book. Serene color palettes and timeless retreats provide an abundance of decorating inspiration and dreams of the countryside. Gorgeous photography throughout will inspire your heart to make lifelong dreams come true.
French Style with Vintage Finds features ten charming homes inspired by the beauty and romance of France, each with their own distinctive style and pieces that evoke a Gallic ambience. Louis XVI chairs in just the right place, an aged clock, or a distressed mirror above a table made from salvage ironwork can bring the history and splendor of France to your home. As the worlds top tourist destination, there are many antique markets and brocantes in France specializing in everything home and garden just waiting to be explored. They are a way of life for the French. These beautiful villages and markets are captured in in full color photography and appear alongside commentary from the experts. From architectural salvage and antique canvasses to kitchen jars and jewelry, this book will satisfy the passions of those seeking a part of this timeless culture.
Patton Tanks: Rare Photographs from Wartime Archives (Images of War)
The end of WW2 and the early Cold War years saw the need for a more powerful tank than the Sherman and Pershing tanks. The first Patton tanks (M46) were converted Pershings which saw service in Korea. As the Cold War intensified, the M47 with a more effective 90mm gun and turret went into mass production (9000 built) and countered the Soviet build up. The M48 entered service in 1953 and the M47s were sold off to allies whose armies were being rebuilt. The original M48 had serious deficiencies. Nevertheless over 12000 of numerous variants (MY8A1/A2/A2C) came into service. These were followed by the M48A3 which the Marines took to Vietnam. In the late 1950s the Americans overcame their aversion to diesel power and the M60 with its British designed 105mm gun came into service. By 1982 over 15000 units had been built in four basic models. Simultaneously 200 of the M48A5 with the 105mm gun went into service with the Army Reserve and National Guard and friendly foreign armies. To complicate matters, countries such as Israel made their own modifications to M48s which remained in service until the late 1990s. As this fascinating book reveals Pattons were made into specialist role vehicles, be they anti-aircraft, flame throwers, recovery, combat engineer.
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The Grand Strategy of the Byzantine Empire
In this book, the distinguished writer Edward Luttwak presents the grand strategy of the eastern Roman empire we know as Byzantine, which lasted more than twice as long as the more familiar western Roman empire, eight hundred years by the shortest definition. This extraordinary endurance is all the more remarkable because the Byzantine empire was favored neither by geography nor by military preponderance. Yet it was the western empire that dissolved during the fifth century. The Byzantine empire so greatly outlasted its western counterpart because its rulers were able to adapt strategically to diminished circumstances, by devising new ways of coping with successive enemies. It relied less on military strength and more on persuasionto recruit allies, dissuade threatening neighbors, and manipulate potential enemies into attacking one another instead. Even when the Byzantines foughtwhich they often did with great skillthey were less inclined to destroy their enemies than to contain them, for they were aware that todays enemies could be tomorrows allies. Born in the fifth century when the formidable threat of Attilas Huns were deflected with a minimum of force, Byzantine strategy continued to be refined over the centuries, incidentally leaving for us several fascinating guidebooks to statecraft and war.
The Grand Strategy of the Byzantine Empire is a broad, interpretive account of Byzantine strategy, intelligence, and diplomacy over the course of eight centuries that will appeal to scholars, classicists, military history buffs, and professional soldiers.
The S'mores Cookbook: From S'mores Stuffed French Toast to a S'mores Cheesecake Recipe, Treat Yourself to S'more of Everything
S'Mores, All Grown Up!
Who says you need to be sitting in front of a fire to enjoy the irresistible taste of s'mores? Oozing with fifty mouthwatering recipes, The S'mores Cookbook shows you how to indulge in the rich blend of creamy chocolate, toasted marshmallows, and honeyed graham crackers at every meal. From Chocolate Graham Pancakes drizzled with a sweet marshmallow syrup to S'mores Eclairs smothered in a dark chocolate ganache, this book combines your favorite trio of flavors in ways you've never imagined to create delicious plates that will impress friends and family. Featuring step-by-step instructions and enticing four-color photos, you're guaranteed to melt when you dig into delicious s'mores recipes like:
- Toasted marshmallow s'Mores ice cream
- Black forest s'Mores
- No-bake oatmeal s'Mores cookies
- S'mores chocolate bread pudding
- Crock-Pot s'Mores brownies
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The Apotheosis of Democracy, 1908-1916: The Pediment for the House Wing of the United States Capitol (American Arts Series/University of Delaware)
The art of Paul Wayland Bartlett (1865-1925) and turn-of-the-century sculpture in general have been attracting increasing attention. A leading American sculptor of international reputation, Bartlett was one of the best-known artists in the United States.
Bartlett's sculptural decoration for the House pediment at the U.S. Capitol Building was his most prestigious public monument and one of the most historically important federal commissions to be awarded in the United States during the early twentieth century. Its installation in the long-vacant House pediment finally brought to completion a project of Capitol expansion that had begun more than a half-century earlier. As such, it provides a valuable opportunity for exploring the early development of government-sponsored public sculpture in the United States. Unveiled just eight months prior to U.S. entry into World war I, the pediment also represents one of the most visible public expressions of the ideals of the late American Renaissance (1876-1917).
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With Raoul Wallenberg in Budapest
In July 1944, Raoul Wallenberg arrived in Budapest and Per Anger became his close and devoted collaborator in the noble humanitarian mission of saving Hungarian Jews from deportation to the gas chambers of Auschwitz. Raoul Wallenberg saved about 25,000 Jews directly and another 70,000 indirectly. In a tense dramatic account, Per Anger relates their experiences in Budapest during those fateful years 1944-45. He recounts his association with Raoul Wallenberg in his rescue work and tells of Wallenberg's tragic fate after his arrest by the Russians.
Gunnery Instructions U.S. Navy, 1913
Gunnery Instructions U.S. Navy, 1913. 324 Pages.
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