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Queen Moo's Talisman The Fall of the Maya Empire By Alice Dixon le Plongeon
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Conversations with Alice Dixon Le Plongeon By Ronald Ritter, Sussan Evermore
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Alice and Augustus were the original ‘Indiana Jones’ Archaeologists of their time. Their world was full of discovery as they excavated and photographed some of the most famous Maya... More > sites in Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula.   Take a journey with us as we discuss with Alice her life as an archaeologist and adventurer. In particular her relationship with her husband Augustus and many unanswered questions about their life and adventures. Discover how they found the location of  the famous statue ‘Chaac Mool’ at Chichen Itza and read as she reveals the location of the hidden Maya codices.    Sussan Evermore is a Psychic channeler who is using her talents to unlock the past.  In this update of our popular ebook we have added an edited version of Alice's Queen Moo's Talisman, the fall of the Mayan empire to reach a modern audience. Thank you Alice.          < Less
Alice Dixon Le Plongeon My Life In Turtles By Ronald Ritter, Sussan Evermore
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At nineteen, I went to a seance where I was told by a famous clairvoyant that I would meet a man much older than myself, be married within months and travel to an ancient land. 'Poppycock', I thought... More > until the idea began to appeal to me. In 1851, I worked at my father's photography studio in Regent's Park. My parents had introduced me to suitable young men for marriage. I refused each one. I wanted to be a singer at Covent Garden and make my mark in the world. The day I bumped into Augustus Le Plongeon, I knew immediately it was him, the one I was to wed. But nothing prepared me for the extreme conditions of life in the Yucatan with rebels, murder and ravages of disease I almost died on more than one occasion. Augustus had a theory of the origins of man and the ancient land of Atlantis. Years of hard work would eventually see me known throughout the archaeological world alongside my husband. In Victorian times, this was quite a feat and I am proud to be Alice Dixon Le Plongeon.< Less
Alice & Augustus By Ronald Ritter, Sussan Evermore
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At nineteen, I went to a seance at Uncle Jacob's house where I was told by a world famous clairvoyant that I would meet a man much older than myself, be married within months and travel to an ancient... More > land. 'Poppycock', I thought until the idea began to appeal to me. In 1851, I wanted to be a singer at Covent Garden and make my mark in the world. The day I bumped into Augustus Le Plongeon, I knew immediately it was him, the one I was to wed. New York was exciting compared to London but nothing prepared me for the extreme conditions of life in the Yucatan with rebels, murder and ravages of disease which became my daily ritual. Augustus had a theory of the origins of man and the ancient land of Atlantis. Years of hard work would eventually see me known throughout the archaeological world alongside my husband. In Victorian times, this was quite a feat and I am proud to be Alice Dixon Le Plongeon.< Less
A Mayan Temple in Pompeii By Ronald Ritter, Sussan Evermore
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The archaeological site of Pompeii in Italy was an ancient Roman town. It was covered in six meters of ash and pumice by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 A.D. The site lay undisturbed until... More > 1599. The town is a fully preserved time capsule of Roman life in 79AD. What you see today has not been tampered with over time and therefore the structures are true historical records. So what has this to do with this book? What we found in one of the fully excavated villas is an exact scaled reproduction of a Mayan temple at Chichen Itza. The conclusion is obvious that either Roman or Phoenician traders travelled to Mexico and returned to Pompeii prior to 79 A.D. We have the photographic evidence and the measurements for you to make an informed decision. This discovery will change the perception of the age of the Mayan archaeological site of Chichen Itza. It also changes forever the question, did early Roman of Phoenician traders travel to Mexico and now the answer is, yes!< Less
Queen Moo's Talisman, the Fall of the Mayan Empire By Ronald ritter, Sussan Evermore, Ronald Ritter
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Alice Dixon Le Plongeon originally published Queen Moo's Talisman, The Fall of The Mayan Empire in 1901. The story tells of Alice's dream vision where she is told the story of a Queen Moo and Prince... More > Coh in Chichen Itza. The original story in a poetic style of the period has been updated by the authors for a modern audience. Ronald Ritter & Sussan Evermore< Less