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People have been searching for Atlantis ever since Plato plublished the story back in 359 BCE. They have been looking for evidence of the Great Flood ever since the story was published in the Bible. Now physical evidence confirms that floodwaters damaged the Great Pyramid and other structures on the Giza Plateau. Khafre, the tallest pyramid was damaged by the flood except its top. A cap was left on the top of this pyramid that now acts as the high-water mark for Noah’s Great Flood. The evidence show that this flood was caused by the same cataclysm that destroyed Atlantis. According to Robert Ballard, a well known archeologist, he has found proof of the flood in the Black Sea in Turkey. ABC News: “Four hundred feet below the surface, they unearthed an ancient shoreline, proof to Ballard that a catastrophic event did happen in the Black Sea.” ‘By carbon dating shells found along the shoreline, Ballard said he believes they have established a timeline for that catastrophic event,’... Find Ballard’s reference online. According to researcher Martin Gray, archeologists have found silt fourteen feet deep around the pyramids. As water from the Ocean flooded the Mediterranean Sea, it overran the Basin, submerged the pyramids, and ran out into the desert. When the water went back to the sea, it took tons of debris from the desert and deposited it along the way. This water from the ocean left behind its unique signature, which is traceable by science. The silt contains many seashells and fossils that have been radiocarbon-dated to be 11,600 years old. This evidence alone can be used to date the flood, the three main pyramids, and the Sphinx. Also, when the Great Pyramid was first opened, incrustations of salt one inch thick were found inside it. Chemical analysis has shown that the salt has a mineral content consistent with sea salt. This is further proof that the pyramids were submerged by flood waters that came from the Atlantic Ocean. You can find Martin Gray’s Reference online. When it comes to the Great Flood, there is too much physical evidence to simply dismiss the story as a myth. Since myths are usually based on truth, Brooks’ new book will allow you to investigate the story behind the myth. According to both Plato and Ignatius Donnelly, Egypt was an Atlantis colony. If the pyramids were in place during the flood, they would have sustained flood damage. If they were damaged by the floodwaters, we would be able to see the damage. Even today we can see the destruction clearly on the Great Sphinx and the three larger pyramids: Khufu, Khafre, and Menkaure. The ground in the area is still littered with debris knocked loose by floating objects. Khufu and Menkaure were completely submerged by the flood waters. That makes it possible that Noah’s Great Flood was caused by the same cataclysm that destroyed Atlantis? See the images online. 
Dennis Brooks is the author of the book, “Atlantis Pyramids Floods” – Did Noah’s Flood Destroy Atlantis and Damage the Pyramids? Brooks has spent over 20 years conducting research on Atlantis and the Great Flood.
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The Firearm Encylopedia covers the vast history of weapons up until 1955. It describes a large variety of weapons in great detail, including hundreds of illustrations to give you a better idea of what these weapons looked like and how they operated. This manual is an excellent source...
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The Firearm Encyclopedia
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Readers around the world have thrilled to Killing Lincoln, Killing Kennedy, and Killing Jesus--riveting works of nonfiction that journey into the heart of the most famous murders in history...
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Abraham Lincoln for kids is an interactive quiz book exclusive to the Kindle. Our book provides an Abraham Lincoln timeline for kids which covers his birth, early days in politics and his time throughout his Presidency. Abraham Lincoln has long been a favorite President among school...
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A letter written by his grandfather in 1945 along with his World War One journal starts the grandson on a journey to keep the promise his grandfather made at the beginning of World War One. During the process the grandson gains a greater appreciation for his grandfather, as well as the importance...
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Enjoy this seminar booklet addition to the 'Abridged Roundtable Booklet Series!' This seminar booklet is a stunning exploration of Leonardo Da Vinci's secret number '26' in relation to the "Voynich Manuscript,'--that famously encrypted writing which no one has ever been able to crack. This...
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Enjoy this collection of fascinating stories about some of the strangest known deaths throughout history....
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Are wormholes in the 'Voynich Manuscript' simply a 'bridge' too far? Enjoy this booklet's unconventional approach as a stunning fantastical argument for finding 'Island Universes' and traversable wormholes hidden in the 'Voynich Manuscript'--and certainly every approach must be presented. This book...
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I wasn't sure I was up to the task, but I didn't want to deal with 2 weeks void of sex and replete with pouting upon my return. Fourteen hours of air travel vibrations always has a profound effect on my prostate and I certainly didn't want to come up short. She wanted a Burmese "pigeon's blood...
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Are wormholes in the 'Voynich Manuscript' simply a 'bridge' too far? Enjoy this additional supplementary seminar booklet. This unconventional approach is a stunning fantastical argument for finding 'Island Universes' and traversable wormholes hidden in the 'Voynich Manuscript'--certainly every...
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Throughout history there are many reports of people in dire circumstances, being forced to use the ultimate means of survival, cannibalism, to enable them to stay alive. However, it was the newspaper reports of shipwrecks at sea and the avidly read accounts written by survivors, who told in...
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The stories of ancient Greece contain some of the most thrilling, romantic and unforgettable stories in all human history. From Achilles painting the battlefield red on the fields of Troy, to the gods fighting on Mount Olympus, from Icarus flying too close to the sun in an attempt to escape Kreta ,...
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Greek Myths: Stories of Ancient Greece
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Based on the TRUE adventures of August Stauch, who went to Sud-Oest Afrika, a German outpost of empire in the very exciting times from 1908 to the outbreak of World War I in 1914, and discovered the diamond fields of Namibia....
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Diamonds in the Dust
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The croissant was invented in Austria A penis can grow up to 3.5 inches when fully erect  A Mc Donald salad contains more calories than a hamburger Ralph Lauren's original name was Ralph Lifshitz Ancient Egypt people ate goat testicles to feel...
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Did you know that...: 69 funny facts
By: Tutorat team
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There isn't a place in the United States where you can escape history. No matter where you turn, even in your own back yard, you face some part of the history of America's growth. Some places, like Philadelphia's Independence Hall, may loom large, but a back yard -- at once a playground for a...
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"Haunted" contains true, never-before-published histories and photographs of haunted locations in the beautiful Niagara area as witnessed by the homeowners and locals themselves....
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By: Michelle Kratts
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This World War II memoir describes the era of war bonds, food rationing, growing victory gardens, censored V-mail, and defense posters cautioning people with the slogan, "Loose Lips Sink Ships". A time of blackouts, air raid drills, and citizens saving newspapers, emptied food cans, and used...
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This historical story of the Colonist and the Indians unfolds through written accounts of William Bradford, John Winthrop, and Roger Williams. Their first hand accounts follow the daily struggles of surviving in a new land in Massachusetts, the peace and eventual conflict with their Indian...
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Learn on the go - in the car, in the waiting room, at Grandma's house - with our new Flash Cards for Kindle. Each flash card is on its own page with back-of-card information on the next page, making it easy to flip through the cards on your Kindle and learn the U.S. National Monuments. Please...
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U.S. National Monuments Flash Cards
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Torn from her South African tribe by Dutch settlers, sold as a slave, trapped in a world of debauchery and trickery, humiliated whilst living in early 19th century London and Paris, Sarah Bartmann clings desperately to her beliefs, and to the memories of her native land. Exile Child...
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Facing certain death from kidney disease, heavyweight boxer Billy Mike fought one last time (in great pain) so he could give his family a good Christmas....
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A quick guide to the M16 Rifle....
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M16 Rifle: Weapon Fact File
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A selection of brave and awe-inspiring deeds which gained gallantry medals, from Victorian epics such as the Charge of the Light Brigade and the Defence of Rorke's Drift to the George Cross and the Iranian Embassy siege. With a story of an unsung hero who was overlooked when the medals for bravery...
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BRAVE DEEDS
By: James W Bancroft
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A quick guide to the M60 Light Machine Gun (LMG)....
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M60 LMG: Weapon Fact File
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Customer Reviews: I have read numerous books and have seen a lot of pictures about the Civil War. I would rate this book among the top ten percent in flow of the narrative and the presentation of photos as presented. **** One of the best of the genre. If you...
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War: Vintage Civil War Library
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A quick guide to the U.S. M4 carbine....
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M4 CARBINE: Weapon Fact File
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A quick guide to the U.S. M24 sniper rifle....
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M24 SNIPER RIFLE: Weapon Fact File
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조선을 가장 정통한 역사 기록으로 서술한 책! 한 권으로 조선의 역사를 짚어본다! 『한 권으로 읽는 조선왕조실록』. 증보 개정판. 이상과 현실이 조화를 이룬 인본주의 나라, 조선. 가장 정통한 역사 기록인...
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The Cold War was the age of steam and confrontation for American sailors. This book is filled with vignettes in the career of a Cold War sailor who served from 1969 to 1994. It shares memories of challenges, mistakes, successes and many failures. However, in all of them is reflected the proud...
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REVISED! Enjoy this additional supplementary seminar booklet. It is a stunning exploration of Leonardo Da Vinci's secret number '26' in relation to Dante's epic 'Enigma Forte.' This book is an enthralling spellbinder tracing the hidden number ‘26’ through Da Vinci's PHI CIRCLEs and Dante's...
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In one of the most infamous crimes of the 20th century, members of the Mississippi KKK and their accomplices murdered civil rights workers James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael Schwerner. While convicted, the murderers went to prison only for violation of civil rights. Yes ... violation of...
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Memories, Local History, Dallas County Missouri....
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Echoes from the Story Cabin
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Nuclear Radium Crimes at St. Peter's, Vatican Rome, and at Holy Kaaba, Mecca, Saudi Arabia: If Radium is questioned in Roentgen scans of various potential political targets in the United States including Holy Kaaba in Saudi Arabia and St. Peters Basilica in Vatican-Rome (naturally occurring...
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The Chronologist-Historian-Librarian: Historical Bios Gazette is a short "magazine" that includes various short biographies of various historical figures. It is released monthly. It shares the reign, facts, and information of the figures throughout their lives. Tyler J. Fahey is writer for the...
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Squinting from a one-two punch of exhaustion and the eerie faded-brass hue of a desert sun that doesn't take breaks and never seems to want to, I’m trying to decide just how in the hell I ended up here. Here, being Iraq. Cavalry Scout. Shit, in the Army for that matter. Perhaps if I thought long...
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“FAMOUS CHARITY TURNS DOWN THE OPPORTUNITY TO COLLECT $67,000 BY EXPLAINING ITS OWN CAUSE!” This explosive new salvo in the hard-fought war over the identity of William Shakespeare exposes the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, a registered charity from Stratford-upon-Avon, as a prime...
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Shakespeare in Court (Kindle Single)
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In this earnest recollection of life during the 1950s-60s, Mary Ann Gadberry shares what it's like to be with family in a small town, where guests don't sit in the living room—they sit around the kitchen table—and it's where you've been calling others by their nicknames for so long you can't...
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Home Again with Family in a Small Town
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The trouble with writing books is you are unlikely to make a living from your toil unless you are in the top five, maybe ten percent of writers' - that goes for musicians, actors and artists as well. Fortunately, it is just my hobby; my puerile attempt at leaving something behind. To date...
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“In the last one hundred years, there have been more discoveries than what is recorded throughout our whole combined history. It is because of the Internet that we are able to bring together hundreds of these evidences that have been found in every corner of our planet, pushing the ...
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Set in the coal fields of eastern Pennsylvania at the beginning of the last century, Jack of Spades is a poignant, moving and occasionally brutally funny story of an old man trying not to be erased from his own family history....
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1917 - In a remote corner of northwest Iowa, young Harold is desperate to escape an abusive father and the dreary life already laid out for him. He yearns to escape, to travel and see places he can only read about, to be someone new and most especially a man who has earned the respect of his family...
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Harold's Dreams
By: Robert Denton Brownell
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The Zulu War of 1879 remains one of the best known British colonial wars and included two battles whose names reverberate through history. At Isandlwana the Zulus inflicted a crushing defeat on the British, the gallant British defence at Rorke's Drift followed and re-established British prestige....
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The Zulu War 1879 (Guide To...)
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An adventurous and entertaining expedition into tracing family history. After a brief irreverent look at how to obtain and use records, the author enters the world of his - and your - ancestors, with a few stories, scrapes and escapades on the way. We take a penetrating look at...
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Ancestors: adventures in a family history
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The American Revolution has been characterized politically as a united political uprising of the American colonies and militarily as a guerrilla campaign of colonists against the inflexible Britishmilitary establishment. Daniel Marston argues that this belief, though widespread, is a...
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The Russo-Japanese war saw the first defeat of a major European imperialist power by an Asian country. When Japanese and Russian expansionist interests collided over Manchuria and Korea, the Tsar assumed Japan would never dare to fight. However, after years of planning, Japan launched a surprise...
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Want to learn more about history, but don’t think you have the time? Think again.This Blitzkrieg, or ‘Lightening War’, was based on a force of lights tanks moving at speed across Europe, supported by air power and infantry troops. The tactic was based on the element of surprise,...
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Autobiography or historical novel? Does The Black Sword exist? First time author Donald L. Vance reveals the reality of a secret American military force fighting in Vietnam during that conflict. He discloses his unorthodox recruitment. He discusses his exhaustive training. He details his covert...
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Lynda Ross and Robert Kiss grew up on the River Gardens housing estate during the 1940/50s. This is their story and those of their childhood friends. These children were neither the ‘Silent Generation’ nor the ‘Baby Boomers’ but something in between. They survived the War, the...
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River Gardens
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A brief rundown of Medieval Europe for the historical fiction writer, reader, and history lover....
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Quick & Dirty: Medieval Europe
By: Rima Jean
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“Scott Kenemore writes with a deadpan wit that makes you keep turning pages.” -- Cleveland Plain DealerAn epic memoir of war, Fallujah Heat is a compelling new tale of mystery and combat in occupied Iraq by USMC veteran Franco Mercado and bestselling author Scott Kenemore...
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Fallujah Heat
By: Franco Mercado, Scott Kenemore
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This is the story of Galicia, once a crown land of the Austrian Empire, located in the center of Europe. Although largely forgotten today, Galicia was a vibrant, multicultural place where the lives of numerous ethnic and religious groups were intertwined for generations. Galician Trails explores...
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  1. Kristin on May 2, 2012 at 8:26 pm

    Please find a way to seperate the books that are free to amazon prime members only out or at least mark them as ‘prime’. I get so dissapointed when I click on a free book I want only to see its free for prime members only.

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