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Forgotten Civilization
The Role of Solar Outbursts in Our Past and Future
Robert M. Schoch Ph.D. - 2012-08-22
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Travel back in time to a civilization predating those of ancient Egypt, Sumeria, and Greece! Geologist Robert Schoch presents scientific evidence supporting his theory that the Sphinx dates back much further than previously believed. Discover the catastrophic event that wiped out this advanced civilization nearly 12,000 years ago and what it can teach us about our own future. Schoch combines evidence from multiple scientific disciplines to show how coronal mass ejections from the Sun during the last ice age ended it abruptly, setting humanity back thousands of years. Learn how megalithic monuments, underground cities, and ancient legends all fit together logically within this framework, and how history could repeat itself with a similar coronal mass ejection in modern times.
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Origins of the Sphinx
Celestial Guardian of Pre-Pharaonic Civilization
Robert M. Schoch Ph.D., Robert Bauval - 2017-04-18
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Discover the mysteries of the Great Sphinx of Giza in this groundbreaking book. Authors Robert M. Schoch and Robert Bauval challenge orthodox Egyptology and present new evidence that the Sphinx is thousands of years older than previously thought. Learn about the monuments of the Giza Plateau and their archaeoastronomical alignments with the constellations of Orion and Leo. The authors assert that the Sphinx was built by an advanced pre-Pharaonic civilization that existed around 12,000 years ago and was contemporaneous with Göbekli Tepe. Unravel the secrets of Zep Tepi, the Golden Age of ancient Egypt, and uncover evidence of an early high civilization that existed before the end of the last ice age.
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Forgotten Civilization
New Discoveries on the Solar-Induced Dark Age
Robert M. Schoch - 2012-08-22
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Discover how solar outbursts caused the end of the last ice age, unleashed catastrophe upon ancient civilizations, and led to a Solar-Induced Dark Age spanning six millennia. Geologist Robert Schoch brings together evidence from multiple scientific disciplines, examining the ancient ruins of the Sphinx, underground cities of Cappadocia, Easter Island rongorongo glyphs, and Turkey's Göbekli Tepe complex. In this updated edition, Schoch warns of the potential for a similar disaster to strike modern society and the urgent need to prepare.
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Darklore Volume 5
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"Darklore Volume 5" is an eye-opening anthology, delving into the world of hidden history, the paranormal, and esoteric science. With contributions from top researchers and writers, this book will challenge your notions of consensus reality while leaving you captivated. Discover intriguing discussions on topics such as Kenneth Arnold's UFO sighting, H.G. Well's writings, the secrets of Easter Island, and entities found during DMT trips. Immerse yourself in Volume 5 for thought-provoking insights from esteemed authors such as Nick Redfern, Erik Davis, and many more.
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Darklore Volume 10
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An anthology exploring Forteana, hidden history, the paranormal, and esoteric science. Darklore Volume X features contributions from top writers such as Robert Schoch and Maria J. P�rez Cuervo. The book covers wide-ranging topics such as the search for the lost tomb of Osiris and ancient venerations of meteorites, delving into the hidden secrets of alchemy and even discussing the passing of messages to the other side of the apocalypse. Discover this thought-provoking and exceptionally researched volume at
Uncover the secrets of forteana, hidden history, and paranormal phenomena in Darklore Volume 7. Written by top researchers and writers, this anthology challenges preconceptions and reveals the strange dimensions veiled by consensus reality. Explore topics like the occult history of Doctor John Dee, the Slenderman meme, spiritualism in Iceland, and the influence of psychedelic mushrooms on Alice in Wonderland. With contributions from respected experts like Robert Schoch and Greg Taylor, Darklore Volume 7 is a must-read for anyone seeking to expand their understanding of the unknown.
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Darklore Volume 6
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Discover hidden history, paranormal activity, and esoteric science in the anthology, Darklore Volume 6. Top researchers and writers on outside-the-box topics challenge reality as we know it. Contributors including Robert Schoch, Blair Blake, and Martin Shough offer the best writing and research in the field. Fascinating discussions delve into modern monster memes like 'The Slenderman', the mysterious secrets of the Great Pyramid of Giza, and the esoteric backgrounds of the Royal Society and the United States. Get your copy now and be ready to question everything.
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Darklore Volume 8
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Explore the bizarre, hidden world of forteana, paranormal activity, and esoteric science in Darklore Volume 8. With contributions from top researchers, including Robert Schoch and Blair Blake, this anthology challenges mainstream science and history by revealing strange dimensions that exist outside of consensus reality. Discover the forgotten history of megalithic sites, delve into the mysterious phenomenon of ball lightning, and draw comparisons between near-death experiences and the Tibetan Book of the Dead. Darklore Volume 8 delivers the best writing and research from respected individuals in their fields. Read free sample articles and delve even deeper into the unknown on the Darklore website.
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Darklore Volume 9
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Discover a world of Forteana, hidden history, the paranormal and esoteric science in Darklore Volume 9. Featuring contributions from renowned experts such as Alan Moore, Robert Schoch, and Mike Jay, this anthology is packed with fascinating insights and research. Dive into topics including magick in the modern age, the origins of the werewolf mythos, the impact of cannabis on art and science, real fairy lore, and much more. Explore the mysteries and secrets of the world around us with Darklore Volume 9.
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Voices of the Rocks
A Scientist Looks at Catastrophes and Ancient Civilizations
Robert M. Schoch - 1999-05-11
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"Voices of the Rocks" by Robert M. Schoch explores the possibility of lost civilizations and how geological catastrophes have impacted the rise and fall of civilizations. The author's research on the construction date of the Egyptian Sphinx led to groundbreaking discoveries that challenge conventional history views. Dr. Schoch also suggests that Earth's history is a series of sudden catastrophic events, such as extraterrestrial impacts, volcanic eruptions, and earthquakes, which have obscured evidence of lost civilizations. "Voices of the Rocks" is a fascinating account of Schoch's search and the warnings we must heed if we wish to survive future catastrophes.
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Horns, Tusks, and Flippers
Donald R. Prothero, Robert M. Schoch - 2003-02-11
Voyages of the Pyramid Builders by Robert M. Schoch
Pyramid Quest by Robert M. Schoch, Robert Aquinas McNally
Forgotten Worlds by Patrick Chouinard
The Parapsychology Revolution by Robert M. Schoch, Logan Yonavjak
Environmental Science by Michael L. McKinney, Robert M. Schoch, Logan Yonavjak, Grant Mincy
Disinformation Guide to Ancient Aliens, Lost Civilizations, Astonishing Archaeology and Hidden History by
Lost Secrets of the Gods by
Strange True Encounters & Unearthly Experiences by Phyllis Galde, Martin Caidin, Robert M. Schoch Ph.D., Michio Kaku, Anthony Quinn
Environmental Science by Michael L. McKinney
Environmental Science by Andrew H. Lapinski, Dubay, Anne Tweed, Robert M. Schoch
Nexus Magazin by Mosquito Verlag, Rosalind Tan, Dennis Hill, Robert Schoch, Donald Raymond Maisch, Walter Last, Philip Coppens
Vertebrate Paleontology 1092 by Robert M. ed. Schoch
Development of Evolutionary Thought by
Phylogeny Reconstruction In Paleontology by Robert Schoch
Natural Science 201 by