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Seed of Knowledge, Stone of Plenty: Understanding the Lost Technology of the Ancient Megalith-Builders

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Burke and Halbert present the scientific evidence behind their startling, original theory: ancient peoples constructed temples, mounds, and megaliths to increase the fertility of crops. These peoples used an ancient technology, only now rediscovered.
Hardcover, 286 pages
Published October 1st 2005 by Council Oak Books
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David
Jun 13, 2008 rated it really liked it
Interesting book which will, unfortunately, probably be ignored because it may be viewed as being "out there." But the authors are not part of the "aliens built the pyramids" crowd. They travel the globe from Stonehenge to the pyramids of Egypt and the Americas (including Cahokia's Monks Mound) to "rock shelters" in New England taking measurements of slight changes in the earth's electromagnetic field. They argue that crop seeds left at these locations grow better than "untreated" seeds. Thus th ...more
Debra Diamond
Mar 07, 2016 rated it really liked it
Interesting take on the energies at ancient monuments, and the impact on the growth of plants. Some of this was already covered in other books about pyramids but the author's journey makes it interesting. ...more
Elentarri
Interesting hypothesis on why the ancient people built megaliths. The book has nothing to do with mystical or paranormal "stuff". ...more
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