Dead Men's Secrets: Tantalising Hints of a Lost Super Race
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Dead Men's Secrets: Tantalising Hints of a Lost Super Race

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Archaeologist Jonathan Gray stumbled upon something that shocked him!...a whole cache of "out of place" items that should not exist. And they weren't just in one place. There was a global pattern to them. This pattern showed a lost science and technology. That's when he knew someone had to speak up. This content was of tremendous value.
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Paperback, 378 pages
Published August 31st 2005 by TEACH Services Inc. (first published January 28th 1986)
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Karen S.
Great book for the widening of thinking and worldview.

I loved what it was trying to say, I felt it could have been written with more cohesion, and a lot less disembodied "lists" - more information and more detail on a few less facts would have given the book a lot more depth.

A book for the adventurous.
Alaric Longward
So much evidence all around us, but one rarely dares to voice one's thoughts. I am happy some do.
Tanya
It's written like a long list of facts, but it has some pretty interesting stuff. A lot of what he says makes some sense and then some things seem too far-fetched. But still very thought- provoking.
Mandeep Bal
It's more like a history text book that a non-history student will love it. Very simple and well researched book. I don't know how much of topics covered in this book are true but even if 10% of it is authentic than we have very interesting ppl as our ancestors.
Christopher Colegrove
History like you've never imagined. Are we really smarter than our ancestors? The pre-flood world and shortly after holds more mysteries and more discoveries than even I imagined!
Christopher Colegrove
History like you've never imagined. Are we really smarter than our ancestors? The pre-flood world and shortly after holds more mysteries and more discoveries than even I imagined!
Maclain
Started off interesting, turned into a long boring list.
Yas
Thought provoking!
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