What do we really know of human history, or the history and fate
of our world? Explore books that give us a different perspective on
who we are and how the universe works.
The Secret Life of Plants
by Peter Tompkins & Christopher Byrd
A cult classic on the consciousness of all living things
The Coming Global SuperStorm
by Art Bell & Whitley Streiber
Civilization is ended by a huge global storm caused by... global warming!
Two authors known for books about aliens find a new menace in the weather.
The Body Electric by Robert O.
A scientist's study of the natural electricity of the
human body -- and its potential for healing and harm.
Vimana Aircraft of Ancient India
by David Hatcher Childress
Did ancient India and Atlantis have aircraft? The evidence is in this book
Forbidden Archeology by Cremo and
Just how long has modern man been on earth? Read the
evidence that the answer may be millions of years.
The Gods of Eden
by William Bramley
Are sinister aliens behind all earth's wars and
troubles? This book takes a long look through history and finds the
same corrupted "brotherhood" deceiving mankind.
by Zechariah Sitchen
One of Sitchen's Earth Chronicles books tracing our
origins back to Sumer and alien "gods"
The Templar Revelation by Picknett &
Examines whether Jesus really died on the cross and
whether he might have been married to Mary Magdalene; lots of
interesting legends about Magdalene and John the Baptist in the
south of France.
The Hiram Key by Knight & Lomas
Master Masons examine the historical roots of Christianity. Who was
the mysterious Hiram Abiff who supposedly built Solomon's
The Gnostic Gospels by Elaine
Pagels challenges traditional ideas about Jesus and
the early Christian teachings, through the writings in alternate
Holy Blood, Holy Grail by Baigent, Lincoln &
Take a tour of history that twists and turns from
Jesus' identity to his descendants who secretly dominated important
events up to the present day. The book that inspired The DaVinci
Code, that introduced us to the Priory of Sion... a MUST
Plant by Christopher Dunn
Was the Great Pyramid really a
power source for ancient Egypt and not a tomb? Dunn builds a
The Hollow Earth
by Raymond Bernard
Can intelligent life exist within our own earth? This is a mostly
nutty (but interesting) idea.
In His Image:
The Cloning of a man by David Rorvik
Was this 1978 book really a hoax, or has a man been cloned?
of the Gods by Graham Hancock
Hancock's first book that examined the possibility of a "mother culture"
long lost, but pointing to a high civilization in the distant past. Hancock's
books are all worth reading.
Dogs That Know When Their Owners are Coming Home by Rupert Sheldrake
Humans have an intersting connection with animals. Does your
dog always go to the door and wait for you before you pull into the driveway?
Is your dog or cat psychic?
the Smoke by Douchan Gersi
An amazing look at strange powers of "people of tradition," featuring
a group of men in Haiti who can instantly materialize in a new location.
More good books
on related topics
The Holographic Universe
The universe emanates from the implicate order;
based on the work of Pribram and Bohm, this is a fascinating rethinking
of the workings of the universe.
Path of the Pole
by Charles Hapgood
The classic work that so many others quote -- a scientific study of
geology pointing toward the idea that the earth's crust shifts,
moving the poles to new positions. Read the original,
with Introduction by Albert Einstein.