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The Island of Dread (Book 1, The Adventures of Sam and his Magic Pocket) By Lawrence Stokes
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While he is on vacation in Florida, Sam discovers that his pocket has been enchanted to give him wishes, but he doesn't always wish for the best things. Sam, his cousin, Cynthia and his trusty dog,... More > Max become lost at sea until they are rescued by mice sailing on a magical ship called the Jolly Ox. During their stay in the Kingdom of Mice, they are attacked by a troop of crabs from the Island of Dread. The Mouse Queen is kidnapped, along with a mysterious pouch. As they make their way to the Island of Dread with the King of Mice, they begin to uncover a web of mystery surrounding the pouch of Magic Dust from the Stone of Argus.< Less
The Island of Dread (Book 1, The Adventures of Sam and his Magic Pocket) By Lawrence Stokes
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While he is on vacation in Florida, Sam discovers that his pocket has been enchanted to give him wishes, but he doesn't always wish for the best things. Sam, his cousin, Cynthia and his trusty dog,... More > Max become lost at sea until they are rescued by mice sailing on a magical ship called the Jolly Ox. During their stay in the Kingdom of Mice, they are attacked by a troop of crabs from the Island of Dread. The Mouse Queen is kidnapped, along with a mysterious pouch. As they make their way to the Island of Dread with the King of Mice, they begin to uncover a web of mystery surrounding the pouch of Magic Dust from the Stone of Argus.< Less
The Legacy of Solomon By John Francis Kinsella
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The Temple of Jerusalem was razed to the ground by the Roman Titus in 73AD, not a single stone was left standing, its sacred treasures were looted and triumphantly paraded in Rome and the... More > city’s people massacred and carried off into slavery. Today the Temple Mount is the Haram esh-Sharif, the second most holy site of Islam, where the Temple is believed to have once stood by Jews and Christians alike, is controlled by the Muslim Waqf. All archaeological research or excavation is strictly forbidden to the chagrin of the Jews and the site has become a source of conflict between Jews and Muslims provoking the Second Intifada. Pat O’Connelly, an Irish American writer, meets Isaac de Lussac, an obscure biblical archaeologist, who believes he has discovered the solution to the enigma of the Temple, building his theory on the work carried out by the Palestinian Survey Fund founded in the 19th century by Queen Victoria’s Royal Engineers.< Less
Useful Bazaar By Sally Jennings
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Just drop everything and take off? This is the journey of a woman who left the wilderness of Canada for six months on a small rock in the Mediterranean. What drew her to Malta were the ancient... More > temples, the oldest free-standing buildings in the world, the Baroque splendour of Valletta, and Malta’s position in the centre of the Mediterranean, with Africa on one side and Europe on the other – a place of infinite possibilities. She worked in heritage restoration until the stone dust ran in her veins and she could swear in Maltese.< Less
Useful Bazaar By Sally Jennings
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Just drop everything and take off? This is the journey of a woman who left the wilderness of Canada for six months on a small rock in the Mediterranean. What drew her to Malta were the ancient... More > temples, the oldest free-standing buildings in the world, the Baroque splendour of Valletta, and Malta’s position in the centre of the Mediterranean, with Africa on one side and Europe on the other – a place of infinite possibilities. She worked in heritage restoration until the stone dust ran in her veins and she could swear in Maltese.< Less
Inishowen, Its History, Traditions and Antiquities - Part Two: Its Parishes By Moghtochair
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This edition presents the those chapters of 'Inishowen, Its History, Traditions and Antiquities' which deal with its parishes, first published by Michael Harkin in 1867 under the pen name of... More > Maghtochair. Each parish is illuminated with insights into its history, topography and archaeology. The cairns, burial sites, standing stones, druidic temples and forts conjure up its pre-Christian era. After the coming of St. Patrick the archaeology is of ancient round towers, chapels, churches and monasteries, including the ancient Abbey at Fahan. We read of the clergy, and schools; all interspersed with colourful stories of rebels, murders, legends, illicit stills and folklore, along with superstitions that once abounded about them.< Less
The Mayan Empire - Days of Old By Jim Heitmeyer
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The crowd would stand at the base of the blood red pyramid awaiting the spectacular event. The heat was unbearable."some 'pro-Indian' currents had always denied this had happened. They said the... More > texts must be lying.'' The Spaniards probably did exaggerate the sheer numbers of victims to justify a supposedly righteous war against idolatry. But there is no longer as much doubt about the nature of the killings. Victims had their hearts cut out or were decapitated, shot full of arrows, clawed, sliced to death, stoned, crushed, skinned, buried alive or tossed from the tops of temples. Children were said to be frequent victims, in part because they were considered pure and unspoiled. "Many people said, The reader will also learn just how smart these ancient people were and the hardships they endured.< Less
Inishowen, Its History, Traditions and Antiquities - Part One: Its Legendary History By Moghtochair
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This edition presents the opening chapters of 'Inishowen, Its History, Traditions and Antiquities', first published by Michael Harkin in 1867 under the pen name of 'Maghtochair'. The book sweeps... More > through Inishowen’s ancient, medieval and modern history. We hear of its mythical past - the Tuatha De Danaan, the Milesians and the story of Niall of the Nine Hostages from whom it is claimed the O'Neill dynasty and St. Columbkille were descended. Accounts are given of the Viking raids, the arrival of Strongbow and the final dismantling of Gaelic Ireland, with the defeat of the great Ulster Chieftains, the O'Neills and O'Donnells, at the Battle of Kinsale in 1607. As well as the history and topography of Inishowen, we learn of its archaeology. The cairns, burial sites, standing stones, druidic temples and forts conjure up its pre-Christian era. After the coming of St. Patrick the archaeology is of ancient round towers, chapels, churches and monasteries, including the ancient Abbey at Fahan.< Less
Pupils of the Eye By Natasha Hoffman
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This book is about the Intuitive Wisdom of the Third Eye, and how over time we have lost our ability to trust it, which in turn has disempowered us. In these pages we learn of the Wisdom Keepers of... More > old, the Astronomer Priests, and the six Archangels who created the sacred paths of energy, those that we call ley lines, and the other grids that encircle our planet. It was on these flows of energy that the Astronomer Priests set up wisdom schools where the wisdom of the Eye was taught to initiates who were known as Pupils of the Eye. And our ancestors marked and used these sacred sites, all over our planet for the temples, churches, standing stones and circles that still attract those many people who respond to a deep soul calling. This book shows too that comprehension of the old myths and legends and the folk tales of all continents can be a vital pathway to trusting in our own intuition and provides an understanding of life on this planet and helps us to reconnect with our place in the Universe.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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