Is the Bible From Heaven, Is the Earth a Globe?

Is the Bible From Heaven, Is the Earth a Globe?

Alex Gleason

From the Preface: ‘It shall not be the object of this work to promulgate the creeds of men, but such truth as shall prove to be according to that which we shall, without doubt, find to be the standard, regardless of whatever has been our preconceived opinions. If, in the course of this work, we shall show, that there is a God, a Divine ruler and maker of all things, and that the book which we call the Bible is His will and word…

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The Sacred Theory of the Earth

The Sacred Theory of the Earth

Thomas Burnet

Thomas Burnet was an English theologian and writer on cosmogony. The first part of this book was published in 1681 in Latin, and in 1684 in English translation; the second part appeared in 1689 (1690 in English). It is a speculative cosmogony, in which Burnet suggests a hollow earth with most of the water inside until Noah’s Flood, at which…

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Heaven and Earth

Heaven and Earth

Gabrielle Henriet

Puts forward the theory of a flat earth. Chapters include; On The Non Revolution Of The Earth Round The Sun And On The Existence Of A Summer And Of A Winter Cosmic Breath Stream; On The Fact That The Earth Does Not Rotate And On The Existence Of A Day And Of A Night Cosmic Breath Stream; On The Revolution Of The Planets Round The Earth…

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The Phantom of the Poles

The Phantom of the Poles

William Reed

The hollow earth has long been a popular alternative theory of the shape of the earth. Typically this theory also posits large holes at the North and South Poles which would allow entry into the interior. In his 1906 book, The Phantom of the Poles, William Reed presents a collection of reports of polar explorers on strange and unexplained phenomena, such as warm winds, deposits of dust, rocks…

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Selestor’s Men of Atlantis

Selestor's Men of Atlantis

Clara Iza von Ravn

Written as a channeled message from a sage called ‘Selestor’, this is a ‘kind of a novel’ type book about Atlantis, recounting its history; from its rise until its destruction. Selestor gives a lot of details about the culture and history of Atlantis, including their laws, industries and science.

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Zetetic Astronomy, Earth Not a Globe

Zetetic Astronomy, Earth Not a Globe

Parallax (Samuel Birley Rowbotham)

Samuel Birley Rowbotham, under the pseudonym ‘Parallax’, lectured for two decades up and down Britain promoting his unique flat earth theory. In this book he lays out his world system. Rowbotham believed that the earth is flat; that the continents float on an ocean which has a layer of fire under it; that the lands we know are surrounded by an infinite wilderness of ice and snow, beyond the Antarctic ocean, bordered…

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A Journey to the Earths Interior

A Journey to the Earths Interior

Marshall B. Gardner

Illustrated. Marshall B. Gardner, a hollow-earth proponent, attempts to come up with a scientific hypothesis to explain the formation of hollow planets. A very readable book. One of the most enjoyable parts of which is Gardner’s fantasy account of a journey into the interior of the hollow earth, which, while not up to the standards…

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A Dweller on Two Planets

A Dweller on Two Planets

Frederick S. Oliver

This book was ‘channeled’ by the author, who began writing it when he was just 18 years old. It describes Atlantis, the technology, the afterlife, and also goes into detail about things like anti-gravity, flying machines (which sound like UFO’s), dark side energy and personalised heavens. Whilst this cannot be called a literary masterpiece…

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The Lost Lemuria

The Lost Lemuria

W. Scott-Elliot

Lemuria is a ‘lost world’, much like Atlantis. Helena Blavatsky wrote about it, helping it to become part of the lexicon of the occult. Scott-Elliot takes it further here and presents us with information as to what the Lemurians looked like, their art, religion, origin of language, and their methods of reproducing.

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The Story of Atlantis

The Story of Atlantis

W. Scott-Elliot

Written by Theosophist, W. Scott-Elliot, this book goes into detail about the lost city of Atlantis. The information came from C. W. Leadbeater, who said he received his information from astral clairvoyance. Scott-Elliot provides info on the people of Atlantis, such as their religion, the races, the different periods (including 4 maps illustrating this), money, education and much more.

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The Oera Linda Book

The Oera Linda Book

Wiliam R. Sandbach

The Oera Linda Book is a controversial manuscript, dated 1256, from the Frisian region of the Netherlands. Today, it is conventionally agreed to be a forgery, written during the mid-19th century. This is based on the paper which the manuscript is written on, as well as internal and linguistic evidence. Purporting to be an episodic chronicle of wars and migrations of the Frisian people, the Oera Linda Book…

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The Sacred Symbols of Mu

The Sacred Symbols of Mu

James Churchward

According to Churchward, Mu was a lost continent in the Pacific Ocean, which was destroyed in a global cataclysm tens of thousands of years ago; Mu was the original home of mankind, and all subsequent civilizations descended from it. The Pacific islands and their inhabitants are supposed to be the last survivors of this primordial motherland. Churchward’s Mu was a huge continent, which stretched from Micronesia…

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How I Found the Lost Atlantis, The Source of All Civilization

How I Found the Lost Atlantis, The Source of All Civilization

Paul Schliemann

This was an article that appeared in the ‘New York American’ on October 20th, 1912. The author, Dr. Paul Schliemann, was the grandson of famous archeologist Heinrich Schliemann. He claimed that his grandfather on his deathbed produced a mysterious bequest for any of his heirs willing to devote their life to proving the existence of Atlantis. He claimed that he had spent years following up on this and now was about to produce actual…

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A Discovery of a New World

John Wilkins

A fascinating 300 year old book that puts forward the idea that there is a habitable world in the Moon. It states, in one of the opening pages, that just because it’s a strange idea, doesn’t mean it should be rejected, because other strange ideas have been proven true. Fair point. Also, not technically anything to do with Earth Mysteries, but I thought it belonged here.

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