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The Lost Symbol and I

Simon Cox is an interesting man. For a long time he was a researcher for some of the leading authors…

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The Paranormal Travels of Mark Twain

In late May 1858, about to disembark with his younger brother Henry as a cub pilot on board the steamboat…

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Mysteries of the Earth

Writing to Atlantis Rising, via snail mail or e-mail is the best, but not the only way to make your…

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Romans in America?

Although mainstream archaeologists dismiss any suggestion of overseas’ visitors to America from the Old World be­fore Christopher Columbus, they were…

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The Roswell Miracle Metal

The Battelle Memorial Institute is not well known to the general public. That is fine with the Defense Department, since…

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Shasta: Mountain of Mystery

In our recent film “Beyond Lemuria” one of the characters, atomic physicist Xavier Jones relates: “Robert Oppen­heimer, the father of…

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Surgeon Searches for the Soul

There is one short question that sums up mankind’s greatest concern: Are brain and mind one and the same? If,…

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Intelligent Productions

Intelligent Design as a theory of life origins is gaining momentum on many fronts. Now a new DVD adds a…

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Wallis Budge Gets the Last Word

Sir Ernest Alfred Thompson Wallis Budge was a late 19th century British linguist and historian who came to be a…

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