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David Hatcher Childress


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Lost Continents & The Hollow Earth
I Remember Lemuria and the Shaver Mystery
by David Hatcher Childress & Richard Shaver
Lost Continents & the Hollow Earth is Childress’ thorough examination of the early hollow earth books of Richard Shaver and the fascination that fringe fantasy subjects such as lost continents and the hollow earth have had for the American public. Shaver’s rare 1948 book I Remember Lemuria is reprinted in its entirety, and the book is packed with illustrations from Ray Palmer’s Amazing Stories issues of the 1940s. Palmer and Shaver told of tunnels running through the earth—tunnels inhabited by the Deros and Teros, humanoids from an ancient spacefaring race that had inhabited the earth, eventually going underground, hundreds of thousands of years ago. Childress discusses the famous hollow earth books and delves deep into whatever reality may be behind the stories of tunnels in the earth. Operation High Jump to Antarctica in 1947 and Admiral Byrd’s bizarre statements, tunnel systems in South America and Tibet, the underground world of Agartha, the belief of UFOs coming from the South Pole, more.

412 pages. 6x9 Paperback. Illustrated. $16.95. order.htm

 

 


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Lost Cities of North & Central America
by David Hatcher Childress

 

 

insuranc@mounet.com (Jimmy S. Elkins) from VA , December 15, 1998
Interesting book, a little more detail would be nice.
This book did give the reader some very interesting facts and folk lore about archaeological discoveries that could prove the existence of superior
"giant" races in the Americas. The only thing I did not like about the book (except for the grammatical errors), was that the author would mention some dramatic event (such as the discovery of giants' bones in a mound) and leave the reader hanging after a couple of paragraphs about the find. This book could have easily been an entire set of volumes, should everything have been explained in detail. Overall, it was a very interesting book leaving the reader wanting to know more about certain discoveries and theories within the book

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Lost Cities and Ancient Mysteries of South America 


by David H. Childress

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