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The Greatest Story Never Told. 2. PREFACE. The book you are about to read is a compilation and result of 15 years of hard study, work, failures, and successes. History isn't always made by great armies colliding or by great civilizations rising or falling. Sometimes it's made when a chauffeur takes a. Pdf Directory The Greatest Stories Never Told Tales From History To Astonish Bewilder. And Stupefy by tailamephyli.cf Learning is one of the best.


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Nonetheless, as we travailed, we kept hearing rumors of a "not easily available" book, no longer in print, which was reputed to be the 'best' work of its kind extant. And what a book it was - almost a million words, in total, representing the 8-year PHD research project of its author, Ms.

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Cantrell brought to her study of pre-history not only an open mind a major pre-requisite but also an extensive background in medical writing and reporting, which enabled her to offer unique insights on many mysteries of pre-history - insights we have never seen before, and may never see again.

Tutankhamen was a direct son of the Gods.

His entombment was one of the finest. The opening of that tomb brought both the poison of the 'snakes' [Egypt. There are still active cells there. I think it is odd that, in the paleopathological sciences, people who work with the mummies tend to die abruptly, or become sick with very strange illnesses. Even people who work with hominid bones come down with unusual viruses; kidney and blood ailments are common.

They are digging up very 'dangerous' remains because of the longevity of the different isotopes, - such as uranium, which has a million year half-life. Poking around Egyptian tombs is risky business, considering what you may come across may not really be 'dead'.

In biomagnetics, it was found that cellular water is no different than normal water in that it is dielectric. At death, cellular water does not change, nor do proteins. By surrounding their dead with gold the ancients kept this electric potential alive - not to mention those special 'resins'.

In adipocere , fat has oxidized to water which preserves the body. A healthy body in death peculiar as that sounds has cells which are still capable of electrical stimulation and still do retain their own subtle charges as they retreat from the cell membrane to the nucleus.

One interesting experiment showed that dead cells of marine micro-organisms still oriented themselves to a magnetic field, much like the "mummies"! Because they had not completely lost their electromagnetic force. The Egyptians placed their dead in special resin, as resin has uniformly fixed-charged sites.

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Gold sarcophagi would have provided dielectric constants at low frequency. Tutankhamen was entombed, not in a burial chamber as some believe, but in a an enclosed hemostatic compartment.

When Carter opened it, all the energy was released. Pursuing that notion - as Cantrell and others have done - is most disturbing to the western mind, as it calls into question everything we hold dear about our own place in history. At first glance, taken literally, it appears as though beings of greater power than ourselves "gods" interfered frequently with the development of the key cultures that ultimately fostered our "human" race.

Many references to what now looks like genetic alteration in the distant past do little to reinforce our own flagging self-images. Ditto for the equally vast number of references to " weapons of mass destruction" in ancient dates - which make the modern Star Wars program seem tame by comparison. Note: There are so many hundreds of references to flying machines , missiles, and other 'weapons' in the ancient Indian texts that the original British translators of the nineteenth century REFUSED to make the translations, saying it was all 'religious gibberish'.

The topless dancer who saved the Byzantine Empire. The World War I battle that was halted so a soccer game could be played. The scientist who invented a pigeon-guided missile in And don't forget the elderly pig whose death triggered an international crisis between the United States and Great Britain. One hundred fascinating stories drawn from two thousand years of military history, accompanied by a wealth of photographs, maps, drawings, and documents that help bring each story to life.

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