Free history Kindle books for 03 Jan 19

Secrets of Ancient Egypt, From the Manuscript of Master Kalika-Khenmetaten, circa 1370 B.C.

by M.G. Hawking

New Release: This book reveals the profound secret knowledge of the Egyptian Master Kalika-Khenmetaten, who lived and authored her esoteric manuscripts under the patronage of the great Kings of Egypt, Amenhotep III and his successor Amenhotep IV (Akhenaten), over three-thousand-three-hundred years ago.

Kalika produced this manuscript for important reasons. It is to some extent a manual, a comprehensive guide to reaching higher awareness, written by a supreme master for masters, but not only for masters. Kalika intended that it could be utilized by persons of requisite ability to understand and reach, through their own efforts, significantly expanded levels of awareness. It sets forth the fundamental recognitions and essential principles of consciousness necessary to attain extraordinary perceptive abilities and personal powers.

Author’s Note: “In the ongoing task of penetrating the incredible mysteries of Ancient Egypt, I have endeavored in this book to accomplish the last part of an assignment which I accepted many years ago, to compose an in-depth account of what we know of Kalika-Khenmetaten and her brilliant writings. I wish to tell as much as I can of the contributions her genius has made to the heritage of mankind, and to chronicle and contemplate, in their causes and results, the wisdom of her philosophy and the achievements of her art. I do not need to be told in its very conception how immodest this endeavor is; many years of effort have made it clear that no one mind, and no single lifetime, can adequately encompass this task simply because the story of Kalika is one of the most epic in history and her writings reveal the great knowledge and power of the masters of distant ages.
Writing an account of Kalika-Khenmetaten shares the presumptuousness of every philosophical enterprise, for it strives to mark in mortal words immortal things. Nevertheless, it is my greatest hope, despite the many errors inevitable in this undertaking, that this book may be of profound value to those whose passion for knowledge has instilled the desire to see things whole, to pursue unity and the deepest understanding of consciousness and our true place and power in the Universe.” â??M.G. Hawking

Excerpt from ‘The Golden Crown’: ‘Throughout our land, I see men plowing, fishing, toiling, disputing, cheating and being cheated, running after gold or pleasure; each surrounded by a cloud of hopes, fears, illusions, follies, and hates; believing that gods and fate spin the web of life for each human atom, and each in turn waiting to be drawn away by the messenger of death. Men do not realize their own divinity or true nature, yet it lives within them, ever acting on each experience of their life. Were they to recognize this, they would find that their True Self hovers ever about them, like a magnificent angel, holding in her outstretched hands a priceless Golden Crown. Were they to reach out and take that Golden Crown, it would make each man who does so a Prince, each woman a Princess.’ â??Kalika-Khenmetaten (circa 1370 BC)

The material in this book, owing to its nature and depth, will if allowed come to take on a deeply touching life of its own. The knowledge of Kalika-Khenmetaten offers the illumination, guidance and principles which, if studied with patience and fully integrated into your core belief system, will lay the foundation necessary to enable you to acquire abilities that most people would say are unbelievable or even impossible. A truly incomparable book for anyone on a spiritual path or seeking greatly expanded knowledge and personal power.

November 2018 Release, Kindle e-reader page count 295 (estimated, actual count varies depending on the reading device used). Includes reference citations. For more information, please see the â??Look Inside’ feature on this page. Thank you.



Christopher Columbus The Hero: Defending Columbus From Modern Day Revisionism

by Rafael .

Once upon a time, Columbus was a hero…

Sadly, that’s not the case today: Some people don’t even know who he was, or what he did; while others claim he was a villain, and are advocating for the abolition of Columbus Day and everything he represented. Accusations vary from Columbus being a racist, a rapist, a genocidal maniac, and even that he ran a child sex slave ring. The question is, are these allegations true? And, where are the scholars correcting Columbus’ record? Unfortunately, some of the misinformation out there comes from “scholars;” and even those who defend Columbus, won’t address the actual story either.

In this book, the reader will learn who modern history revisionists claim Columbus was, and what he did, vs. the actual historical accounts, coming from the mouths of those who knew him well, and wrote about them for us. The conclusion will be inevitable, that is, Columbus was a Hero, and his story and legacy need to be rediscovered again today.



Superstition Mountains: The Mountains of Legend, Gold, Mystery, and Death

by Matt Kincaid

Superstition Mountains, a place of mystery, legends, lost gold mine, and death. Discover the Legend of Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine, one of America most enduring mystery

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Discover one of the most intriguing legends in America in one hour or less!

There is a mountain range in the wilderness of Arizona that was the setting of native lore about the creation of the world, flood myths, and the origin of evil. All these stories center on the Superstition Mountains, which seem to have a strange hold over the psyches of those who live beneath their towering height.

Later, as the California Gold Rush spilled over into Arizona, the Superstitions attracted the attention of miners. Several mines existed in the general area, but the focal point of the legends was owned by the Peralta family. After they sold the land to a German immigrant named Jacob Waltz, he died suddenlyâ??leaving behind cryptic clues about the greatest gold deposit in North America. Treasure hunting mania followed.

Are the legends true?

That is the question everyone always asks about any legend. That is the very nature of a passed-down story. We know, in this one, that there are at least grains of truth. We know of the Peralta family; they served as governors of the New Mexico region. We know that Jacob Waltz was a real person. We know that many of the deaths associated with the mine really happened. We know, from newspaper clippings and other verifiable sources, that some sort of legends about the mine existed from the earliest days after Waltz’s death.

This is a story where fact and fiction merge and mesh until sometimes it is nearly impossible to tell the difference. But that’s what makes for some of the greatest stories! This book is not meant as a field guide or an encouragement to go treasure hunting yourself. It’s a place to find some information about one of the greatest legends of the American southwest. It’s a book that simply scratches the surface of all there is to learn about this legend and this place. Perhaps it will encourage you to do more research on your own.

It will take you an hour or less to read this book! After your reading, you will:
-Know about the Superstition Mountains and its mysterious history
-Get a concise history of America’s gold rush
-Know the details of the legend of the lost Dutchman’s gold mine
-Meet the treasure hunters that roam the Superstition Mountains in search of the lost mine.
-Discover the possible locations of the lost mine

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