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by Warren Smith

Author: Warren Smith
Language: English
Publisher: Zebra; First Thus edition (1977)
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Warren Billy Smith was married to Joan Mararget Smith (née Tully)(1934- 2015) . Ancient Mysteries of the Mexican and Mayan Pyramids. This Hollow Earth, Lancer books, 1972 (reprinted under Warren Smith in 1977). Gods and Devils from Outer Space.

Warren Billy Smith was married to Joan Mararget Smith (née Tully)(1934- 2015) whom he had met during his strike breaking days,e. union busting at newspapers. In the early 60's Smith published a weekly newspaper in Durant, Iowa. He maintained the Chandler & Price letterpress along with all the type in his basement until his death in 2003. The Book of Encounters. The Secret Origins of Bigfoot.

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Now you can explore the splendors of the most magnificent, best preserved pyramids in all the world, the fascinating artifacts on the Mexican and Mayan cultures. Learn the symbolism of the incredible Pyramid of the Moon - Learn about the ceremonies performed at the awe-inspiring Pyramid of the Sun. - Be party to the religious rituals performed by the Aztecs - Read and Interpret the stone work, the paintings, and the shapes And discover how this culture, isolated by miles and centuries from Egypt and Mesopotami, has incredible similarities to western religions.

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Warren Billy Smith was married to Joan M Smith (née Tully) whom he had met during his strike breaking days,e. Strange Powers of the Mind.

Smith, Warren (1965), Finder's Keepers, New York: Belmont Books. Smith, Warren (1977), Ancient Mysteries of the Mexican and Mayan Pyramids, New York: Zebra Books. Green, Gabriel; Smith, Warren (1967), Let's Face Facts about Flying Saucers, New York: Popular Library. Smith, Warren (1968), Strange Women of the Occult, New York: Popular Library. Smith, Warren (1968), Strange & Miraculous Cures, New York: Ace Books. Smith, Warren (1968), Strange Powers of the Mind, New York: Ace Books. Smith, Warren (1977), The Book of Encounters, New York: Zebra Books. Smith, Warren (1977), The Secret Origins of Bigfoot, New York: Zebra Books.

dfearstime, but time fears the Pyramids . ancient Arab proverb). In relevant books there are plenty of mentions of pyramids, and though no full answer is provided, those mentions still lift the veil of the mystery, enabling us to do further guesswork more constructively.

The Pyramid of the moon is the second largest pyramid in this city, and was dedicated to The Great Goddess. This larger pyramid is also in the city of the gods, and predates all of the Mayan structures by several centuries. It was built between 200-450AD, and is several pyramids layered on top of one another, with a new burial chamber in each. It is designed to follow the contours of the nearby mountain, Cerro Gordo. Like its sister pyramid, it mimics the shape of the local mountains and contains several tombs that were created during different building layers. This is the tallest of all the pyramids here, and is believed to be the site of many magical ceremonies.

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