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Man from Atlantis
Author: Patrick Duffy
Publisher: Permuted Press
ISBN: 1618686380
Pages: 240
Year: 2016-06-21
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Dive deeper than ever before and discover the origins of The Man from Atlantis. When TV unveiled the series Man from Atlantis no one knew the how, where and why of Mark Harris. Over time the show’s star Patrick Duffy formulated his own version of the history of Mark and his people. Here at last is the book that gives every reader and fan of the show the life and mythology of Atlantis, who they were and where they came from. Patrick Duffy’s close connection to his fictional character gives us a special look "behind the scenes" of this amazing fantasy story. Mark Harris, the Man from Atlantis, has been quietly living under the protection of Dr. Elizabeth Merrill who saved his life in 1976. By studying his abilities the two have contributed countless advances for mankind’s development. Only a select few know his true identity: Jason the whiz kid of the science lab. Stacy the bright young intern–who is constantly flustered by Mark’s presence. Dr. Nagashima, a master of oceanic knowledge who Elizabeth lured from Japan to join her inner circle. Then their California ocean side laboratory is shaken when several attempts are made upon Mark’s life. He discovers the assailants have powers similar to his and he is lead into the uncharted depths of the oceans. As he discovers his past Mark’s origins and genealogy finally come to the surface. Includes photos from the author's personal collection.
The Man From Atlantis
Author: Alice H. Sill
Publisher: Library of Alexandria
ISBN: 1465537171
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The Man from Atlantis
Author: Judith McWilliams
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1426884079
Pages: 384
Year: 2010-11-01
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He had inhabited a world destroyed ten thousand years ago--Atlantis, a place now lost to him forever. Kept alive in a state of suspended animation, Kynan awoke to find a more primitive Earth and only one woman to help him fight those who would destroy him. Archaeologist Jenna Farron had uncovered a man like no other, a man who sent her senses soaring and left her breathless with passion...and despair. Though she longed to surrender herself to Kynan's powerful embrace, she feared he would be forever torn from her once he found others like himself. In a frantic search to find a lost civilization, they would face a most desperate choice: destiny or desire?
From Atlantis to the Sphinx
Author: Colin Wilson
Publisher: Weiser Books
ISBN: 1578633060
Pages: 320
Year: 2004-07-01
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In this compelling book, Colin Wilson argues that thousands of years before ancient Egypt and Greece held sway, there was a great civilization whose ships traveled the world from China to Antarctica. Their advanced knowledge of science, mathematics, and astronomy was passed on to descendants who escaped to Egypt and South America. From Atlantis to the Sphinx bases this assertion on a true fact: that archaeologists and geologists are at odds over the age of the Sphinx. Archaeologists claim that the Sphinx dates to classical dynastic Egypt, around 2,400 b.c. But some geologists claim that it could have been built as early as 7,000 to 10,500 b.c. The geologists' claim is based on the curious fact that the erosion of the Sphinx is more characteristic of water erosion than that of wind and sand. Starting from the assumption that there was an advanced civilization in existence much earlier than previously thought, Wilson goes on to claim that it could very well be Atlantis--not a literal island that sank, but more of a great civilization that either declined naturally or experienced a great catastrophe, passing on only a fraction of its knowledge to other peoples. From Atlantis to the Sphinx delves into what might have been a completely different knowledge system from that of modern man--one as alien to us as that of the Martians. The book sets out to reconstruct that ancient knowledge in a fascinating exploration of the remote depths of history, a ground-breaking attempt to understand how these long-forgotten peoples thought, felt, and communicated with the universe.
Man from Atlantis
Author: Richard Woodley
Publisher: Dell Publishing Company
ISBN: 0440153689
Pages: 204
Year: 1977-10-01
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Letters from Atlantis
Author: Robert Silverberg
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0575106514
Pages: 320
Year: 2012-12-21
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It is the 21st century, and a man can journey through time in the form of disembodied consciousness. Now Roy Colton is about to leap 20,000 years into the past. His mission: to observe the fabled city-island of Atlantis through the mind of its royal heir, Prince Ram. But Roy is soon worried by Ram's dark dreams. Do they presage the island's legendary destruction? And how can Atlantis be so technologically brilliant during a barbaric ice age? Boldly, Roy seeks the truth, yet nothing can prepare him for the strange secret of Atlantis's past...and future.
The Man from Atlantis
Author: Kenneth Robeson
Pages: 158
Year: 1974
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A man turned green by a strange malady collapses on the streets of New York. Clutched in his hand is an ancient medallion. It is the key to an old civilization and a new barbarism. The Avenger attempts to decode its cryptic message before the forces of evil use it to destroy democracy.
Encyclopedia of Dubious Archaeology: From Atlantis to the Walam Olum
Author: Kenneth L. Feder
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 031337919X
Pages: 292
Year: 2010-10-11
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This book provides a fascinating, encyclopedic antidote for the mysticism and pseudoscience surrounding well-known or highly publicized archaeological and anthropological "discoveries." • 134 alphabetical entries of terms related to extraordinary archaeological claims, many related to popular frauds, misinterpretations, and misrepresentations of the human past • Contains 50 illustrations, including depictions of the Maya calendar day and month glyphs, ancient astronomical alignments, the sarcophagus lid of the Maya ruler Pacal, and the Ica Stones • Photographs of such monuments and artifacts as the pyramids at Giza, Serpent Mound, Nazca ground drawings, Tucson artifacts, Michigan Relics, and Easter Island Moai bring the topics to life • A comprehensive bibliography and further reading suggestions at the end of each entry feed further investigation
Hearts In Atlantis
Author: Stephen King
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0684844907
Pages: 528
Year: 1999-09-14
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Stephen King, whose first novel, Carrie, was published in 1974, the year before the last U.S. troops withdrew from Vietnam, is the first hugely popular writer of the TV generation. Images from that war -- and the protests against it -- had flooded America's living rooms for a decade. Hearts in Atlantis, King's newest fiction, is composed of five interconnected, sequential narratives, set in the years from 1960 to 1999. Each story is deeply rooted in the sixties, and each is haunted by the Vietnam War. In Part One, "Low Men in Yellow Coats," eleven-year-old Bobby Garfield discovers a world of predatory malice in his own neighborhood. He also discovers that adults are sometimes not rescuers but at the heart of the terror. In the title story, a bunch of college kids get hooked on a card game, discover the possibility of protest...and confront their own collective heart of darkness, where laughter may be no more than the thinly disguised cry of the beast. In "Blind Willie" and "Why We're in Vietnam," two men who grew up with Bobby in suburban Connecticut try to fill the emptiness of the post-Vietnam era in an America which sometimes seems as hollow -- and as haunted -- as their own lives. And in "Heavenly Shades of Night Are Falling," this remarkable book's denouement, Bobby returns to his hometown where one final secret, the hope of redemption, and his heart's desire may await him. Full of danger, full of suspense, most of all full of heart, Stephen King's new book will take some readers to a place they have never been...and others to a place they have never been able to completely leave.
The Girl From Atlantis
Author: Richard Schenkman
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 0984180931
Pages: 155
Year: 2010-02-15
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Athena Crowley is an ordinary eleven-year old girl who lives in an extraordinary place: The Atlantis Resort in Nassau, Bahamas, where her father Robert is a marine archeologist. He’s the man who discovered traces of the Mythical Lost City of Atlantis, for which the hotel is named. Athena’s mother was lost years ago when a freak whirlpool took her away. Athena goes to school, rides the slides, and helps out at the hotel’s dolphin encounter... a fairly normal life. But everything changes the day an old turtle starts talking to her, and Athena realizes that she can communicate with sea creatures. Determined to understand her roots, Athena takes a risky journey to the undersea kingdom of Atlantica, where mer-people rule, humans are slaves, and dangerous and thrilling surprises await her. An illustrated fantasy/adventure chapter book for ages 6-15.
The Golden Ones
Author: Carole A. P. Chapman
Publisher: Mystic Publishing
ISBN: 097546910X
Pages: 172
Year: 2005-01-01
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Are you one of the Golden Ones? They are souls who have reincarnated at this time in order to bring in a new world. The Golden Ones is the powerful account of one woman's struggle to reverse a sudden weight gain, leading to her encounters with the Christ Consciousness and other higher beings and to a personal mission of "awakening" the Golden Ones to their destiny. This remarkable story will give you a greater understanding of: * the true reasons for all human suffering and death - embracing the knowledge that death is really a "new thing" in our souls' history, * the amazing power of the unconscious - in which everything is already known to us and only requires our remembering, * the reasons for ou urgent need to live closer to nature's energies - to heal our planet while at the same time preparing us for vibrationally lighter bodies, * the extraordinary tales of our past and our future as souls on earth - including descriptions of Atlantis, ancient Egypt and Yucatan, and predictions about the upcoming "Fifth Root Race."
Vampire in Atlantis
Author: Alyssa Day
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 110151597X
Pages: 336
Year: 2011-06-07
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The most unexpected of all allies to Poseidon's warriors has proven to be the fiercest-Daniel, a vampire and Night Guild mage. But even the strongest alliance can be destroyed when a vampire's oath crosses paths with a maiden's quest, and an eleven-thousand-year-old desire is reborn.
Forgotten Worlds
Author: Patrick Chouinard
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1591438926
Pages: 288
Year: 2012-05-29
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An examination of the mythological, historical, and archaeological evidence for lost civilizations throughout the world • Explores unexplained mysteries such as the Caucasian mummies of China, the pyramids of Caral in Peru, and the genetically unique X-woman of Siberia • Examines evidence of lost, ancient civilizations in Asia, Europe, and the Americas, including extensive investigation into Atlantis • Shows that Siberia and the Amazon may have been cradles of humanity before Africa Over and over again, mainstream views of early history--which state that the first civilizations arose around 3500 BCE--are plagued by evidence of much older civilizations, evidence ranging from artifacts and inexplicable remains to pyramids and ubiquitous myths that clearly speak of great empires prior to the rise of the Sumerian city states and pharaonic Egypt. Viewing Atlantis and its many related myths as a metaphor for a long-lost global civilization, Patrick Chouinard explores the mythological, cultural, religious, and archaelogical evidence for many forgotten civilizations in Europe, Asia, and the Americas. He addresses unexplained mysteries from around the world, such as Caucasian mummies found in China, the pyramids of Caral in Peru, the “hobbit” remains on Flores Island, the giant heads of Easter Island, the lost legacy of Lemuria, the ideology and occult mysticism behind Nazi theory, and the genetically unique X-woman of Siberia. He also examines evidence of ancient alien visits and other supernatural phenomena in the distant past. Using recent archaeological findings, he shows that Siberia and the Amazon may have been cradles of humanity millennia before Africa. Sounding the call to continue searching ancient, remote, and formerly forbidden regions for lost cultures and genetic root races, Chouinard offers a new chronology for the emergence of human life and civilization as well as a new mechanism for how and why societies and species change over time. By finding lost peoples and their forgotten worlds, we can truly begin to understand the human race and learn from its long history.
The Dancer from Atlantis
Author: Poul Anderson
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1497694264
Pages: 198
Year: 2014-12-30
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A mesmerizing tale of adventure and romance: An anomaly of time transports a twentieth-century man backward through history toward the greatest catastrophe the world has ever known Looking out over the Pacific Ocean from the deck of a luxury cruise liner, American architect Duncan Reid is suddenly caught up in an inexplicable event—and when he awakens he is somewhere . . . different. Duncan has inadvertently fallen victim to a fatally malfunctioning time machine from the future, along with three equally startled companions from vastly different epochs and civilizations, and now he stands with them on the rocky Mediterranean coast of Egypt in the year 4000 BCE. With the aid of miraculous technology supplied by the dying time machine, the displaced four are able to communicate and share their stories, the most startling being the tale told by the one woman among them, the bewitching Erissa. Only decades removed from her actual time, she claims to be a priestess from Atlantis who views Duncan as a god, and she represents perhaps their only hope of returning to their rightful eras. But to do so will entail immersing themselves in the savage turmoil of an ancient world and placing themselves in harm’s way on the eve of the most terrible devastation in human history. A true giant of twentieth-century fantasy and science fiction, multiple Hugo and Nebula Award winner Poul Anderson astounds once more with a powerful adventure through history and legend that set a towering standard for time travel fiction.
Opening Atlantis
Author: Harry Turtledove
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0451461746
Pages: 440
Year: 2007
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Chronicles the history of the planet's eighth continent, Atlantis, a land-mass that lies between Europe and the East Coast of Terranova, a world that long has lured dreamers and visionaries from around the globe who are willing to brave the perils of an u