|The Mysterious Origins of Hybrid Man|
"Martinez's innovative and scalpel-like research upends the academy's cherished (but clearly warped) perspectives on evolution and humanoid history. Her research reveals the flimsy establishment arguments for accidental mutation as the cause of speciation. Interbreeding of quite different early and contemporaneous subspecies is the most plausible explanation for the variety of modern races and genotypes." 
"Susan B. Martinez, Ph.D., has given all those who ponder the origins of humankind an extraordinary gift of remarkably thorough research. Martinez deftly weaves the progress of our hybrid species as a co-product of mixed earthly ancestry and the ministry of the 'gods; the heavenly visitors. This remarkable book offers an extensively developed thesis that profoundly offers an alternative to evolution." 
 Paul Von Ward, author We’ve Never Been Alone and The Soul Genome
 Brad Steiger, author Worlds Before Our Own and
Admirers of Egyptian art and architecture are most fortunate that Christopher Dunn directs his experienced engineer's eye toward the Egyptians' ancient stonework. By noticing the most minute details he reveals sophisticated craftsmanship and immense significance for all areas of Egyptology.
Mathematicians will appreciate the amazing three-dimensional geometry made manifest in very hard stone. Dunn points the way for geometers to uncover sharper, more accurate analyses of the proportions of Egyptian design.
This book is an important contribution to scientific scholarship by showing how archaeology can firmly rest on a measurable foundation." — Michael S. Schneider, Author of A Beginner's Guide to Constructing the Universe.
From: Left in the Dark
Challenging the consensus view of establishment science has never been an easy task.
Left In The Dark is the culmination of over fifteen years of independent research into some of the most fundamental aspects of human evolution and the true nature of our consciousness.
Here, the authors present their theoretical framework for the evolution of the human brain, and its subsequent devolution from its peak state of consciousness, which they propose occurred sometime in our distant past.
It is perhaps inevitable that it has taken two individuals outside the academic arena to see what successive generations of scientific specialists have failed to see – that the structure of our brains has become compromised and dysfunctional. Their non‐specialist approach led the authors down a variety of paths, including participating in a ground‐breaking study into sleep deprivation that produced unprecedented results. Their work here includes numerous citations of the existing scientific literature which significantly supports their theory.