2001, 20 years on...
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Dan Richter's iconic memoir republished ...with messages from Dan and Keir Dullea
THE WONDER in the LAND:
In this volume Comyns Beaumont brings together historical and biblical evidence to demonstrate that the history we have come to accept is far from accurate.
He develops the theme of the advanced civilisation present in pre-Roman Britain - the post-diluvian remnant of the Hyperborean landmass Plato called Atlantis.
Comyns Beaumont's third book, dealing with a British and Scandinavian Atlantis which suffered a series of catastrophes from cometary impact, flood and war scattering the British Atlanteans to give rise to the great civilisations of accepted ancient history.
Once more thoroughly researched and cross-referenced, with a useful bibliography, this book looks at themes in British, Norse and Classical myth which can be found in Egyptian, Mesopotamian and Biblical texts, and the archaeological evidence for a single ocean going pre-historic culture growing out of the Northern Isles.
Comyns Beaumont goes on to trace the wars and catastrophes which scattered the people and obscured the memory of this British Atlantis.
His acceptance of ancient astronomical and meteorological knowledge puts an end to the whole concept of an 'Ice Age', as aeons melt into centuries.
The past is closer than we think!
At our smaller-than-small independent publishing house we have a mission to rekindle physical books.
We are also dedicated to dragging the truth from the shadows, putting it centre-stage and shining a spotlight on it.
We are the exclusive publishers of the works of William Comyns Beaumont, renowned historian, and uncle of novelist Daphne Du Maurier.
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We also have available all titles by J W Dunne, and a great selection of David Lindsay's works.
In preparation we have AFTER ATLANTIS from Comyns Beaumont and Robert Stephanos; IMITATION SONG from Mason Bigelow; reprints of RESIDU (VOLS 1 & 2), the legendary 1960s poetry journal, and THE BEATS GO ON, featuring poems from NIgel Lesmoir-Gordon, Michael Horovitz, William Pryor, Chris Case, John Davies, Adrian Haggard and David Earl Dudley, and newer poets Paddy Mendez, Aaron Murdoch and Ben Poppy.
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