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On KU professor hopes to 'shake some people up' with novel that tells ancient story

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Carol Bowen 1 year ago

I just started reading The Waters of Chaos. It's a long book and I am very busy right now, but reading it is manageable because it is broken up into episodes. I usually read who-dunnits, but the plot in Waters of Chaos has my attention. The book is available at Amazon.com in paperback or Kindle. Locally, The Raven Bookstore might have it in stock. I recommend hard copy unless you are comfortable reading long books electronically.

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fmrl 1 year ago

I wonder where I might find that book. I certainly don't believe in the orthodox version of human history. The evidence doesn't support it. For instance, where did the Piri Riis map come from. It shows Antarctica in great detail as dry land.

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pti3 1 year ago

Professor Dobson has written an interesting article called : Called: Geoslavery http://gis.lanecc.edu/gtft/gtft_readings/gtft_reading_wk3/geoslavery.pdf And his involvement in the Bowman Expedition is also interesting: Geographic Controversy over the Bowman Expeditions / México Indígena http://academic.evergreen.edu/g/grossmaz/bowman.html

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Shane Garrett 1 year ago

Yes, I believe I have heard that DNA suggest that humans became very small in numbers at one point in time. This book sounds very interesting.

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