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Blood Prints of the Gods: The Human Bloodline of the Anunnaki By HOWARD WEST
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Blood Prints of the Gods is an enlightening book of outstanding simplicity. Learn today from historical findings and esoteric doctrines how aliens created the first human Neanderthal, a creature the... More > ancient Sumerians called “Adamu”. Learn how this Neanderthal alien bloodline became the sacred blood line of the ancient Sumerians; a bloodline that is worshiped and adored in secret societies to this day. Find out how this same bloodline has been ruling the world, since the days of ancient Babylon and the Egyptian pharaohs. See how the bloodline reigned over Alexander’s Greece and how it reigns today through the royal crown of the British Monarchy. The author takes the reader on a journey through history, beginning hundreds of thousands of years ago and carrying you to the present, where the bloodline conspires to control the entire planet. Blood Pr< Less
Blood Prints of the Gods: The Human Bloodline of the Anunnaki By HOWARD WEST
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Blood Prints of the Gods is an enlightening book of outstanding simplicity. Learn today from historical findings and esoteric doctrines how aliens created the first human Neanderthal, a creature the... More > ancient Sumerians called “Adamu”. Learn how this Neanderthal alien bloodline became the sacred blood line of the ancient Sumerians; a bloodline that is worshiped and adored in secret societies to this day. Find out how this same bloodline has been ruling the world, since the days of ancient Babylon and the Egyptian pharaohs. See how the bloodline reigned over Alexander’s Greece and how it reigns today through the royal crown of the British Monarchy. The author takes the reader on a journey through history, beginning hundreds of thousands of years ago and carrying you to the present, where the bloodline conspires to control the entire planet. Blood Pr< Less
Magic Words By Peter McMurray
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This book is a satire based on contemporary Australian politics. The Australian Prime Minister succumbs to coprolalia (compulsive swearing). The story explores hilarious ramifications, including... More > relationships with the British Monarch and the US President.< Less
Magic Words By Peter McMurray
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This book is a satire based on contemporary Australian politics. The Australian Prime Minister succumbs to coprolalia (compulsive swearing). The story explores hilarious ramifications, including... More > relationships with the British Monarch and the US President.< Less
King Alfred of England By Jacob Abbott
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Alfred the Great was the King of Wessex and successfully defended his kingdom against the Viking attempt at conquest, and by the time of his death had become the dominant ruler in England. He is the... More > only English monarch to be accorded the epithet "the Great". Alfred was the first King of the West Saxons to style himself "King of the Anglo-Saxons". Alfred's reputation was of a learned and merciful man who encouraged education, improved his kingdom's legal system and military structure. Following the example of Charlemagne, Alfred established a court school for the education of his own children, those of the nobility, and "a good many of lesser birth". There they studied books in both English and Latin and "devoted themselves to writing, to such an extent .... they were seen to be devoted and intelligent students of the liberal arts."< Less
Queen Elizabeth By Jacob Abbott
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Elizabeth I was queen of England and Ireland from 17 November 1558 until her death. Sometimes called "The Virgin Queen", "Gloriana" or "Good Queen Bess", Elizabeth was... More > the fifth and last monarch of the Tudor dynasty. Elizabeth's reign is known as the Elizabethan era, famous above all for the flourishing of English drama, led by playwrights such as William Shakespeare and Christopher Marlowe, and for the seafaring prowess of English adventurers such as Francis Drake. Elizabeth is acknowledged as a charismatic performer and a dogged survivor, in an age when government was ramshackle and limited and when monarchs in neighbouring countries faced internal problems that jeopardised their thrones. Elizabeth set out to rule by good counsel, and she depended heavily on a group of trusted advisers led by William Cecil, Baron Burghley. In government Elizabeth was moderate and in religion she was relatively tolerant, avoiding systematic persecution.< Less
Queen Victoria By Lytton Strachey
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Queen Victoria, born Alexandrina Victoria (1819 - 1901) ruled the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland from 1837 until her death. At the age of 18 she inherited the throne, ruling for 63... More > years, longer than any other British monarch - the longest reign of any female monarch in history. She is remembered for her strict and stodgy moral standards, not to mention having an era named after her. Lytton Strachey (1880 - 1832) is remembered not only for his brilliant biography of Queen Victoria, but for changing the nature of biography all together. His new school approach incorporated psychological insight and a touching sympathy, coupled with a detached irreverence for his subject. Until this time, biographies - especially of dead monarchs - were dull, drawn-out eulogies with very little artistic flair.< Less
Maggie By Michael Kellaway
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This is a dramatic story of despair, faith, love, suffering and tenderness. The story starts when Queen Victoria reigned as monarch of the British Empire and it ends 100 years later. The story traces... More > the life of a young lady, scarred as a child when she lost her mother, and her search for an identity. As she gave birth to her illegitimate child desperation took her to the brink but fate intervened. Maggie was drawn to one of the most remote parts of Cornwall to serve as housekeeper to a bitter widower. They spent the next fifty years together, through two World Wars. The girl's journey is so incredible that you will, by the end of the story, believe in the hand of 'fate' or the will of God but struggle with the words: 'A true story'< Less
Maggie By Michael Kellaway
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This is a dramatic story of despair, faith, love, suffering and tenderness. The story starts when Queen Victoria reigned as monarch of the British Empire and it ends 100 years later. The story traces... More > the life of a young lady, scarred as a child when she lost her mother, and her search for an identity. As she gave birth to her illegitimate child desperation took her to the brink but fate intervened. Maggie was drawn to one of the most remote parts of Cornwall to serve as housekeeper to a bitter widower. They spent the next fifty years together, through two World Wars. The girl's journey is so incredible that you will, by the end of the story, believe in the hand of 'fate' or the will of God but struggle with the words: 'A true story'< Less
Common Sense By Thomas Paine
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This political pamphlet brought the rising revolutionary sentiment into sharp focus by placing blame for the suffering of the colonies directly on the reigning British monarch, George III. First and... More > foremost, Common Sense advocated an immediate declaration of independence, postulating a special moral obligation of America to the rest of the world. Not long after publication, the spirit of Paine's argument found resonance in the American Declaration of Independence. Written at the outset of the Revolution, Common Sense became the leaven for the ferment of the times. It stirred the colonists to strengthen their resolve, resulting in the first successful anti-colonial action in modern history. Little did Paine realize that his writings would set fire to a movement that had seldom if ever been worked out in the Old World: sovereignty of the people and written constitutions, together with effective checks and balances in government.< Less