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Examines the earliest known story containing dragons, coming from Sumerian/Babylonian mythology. Covers the work of Zecharia Sitchin, explores why dragon mythology is so pervasive. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 Booklet.
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One of classic booklets on dragon mythology by our very own Paul Tice.About the Author:
Paul Tice is an author, publisher, world traveler and Gnostic minister. He has published books for people like Zecharia Sitchin, Neil Freer, R.A. Boulay and others through an organization called The Book Tree.
He has traveled and investigated ancient mysteries in places like Egypt, Turkey, Israel and the Yucatan in Mexico.
He also has a strong belief in the preservation of knowledge and has recently opened The Book Tree archives to republish hundreds of rare and important titles on ancient mysteries, religious controversy and spiritual truth.
Paul Tice has written a number of smaller booklets on ancient history, UFOs and religion. These shorter works include "The Origins of Dragon Mythology," "A Booklet of Meaningful Quotes," "Jumpin' Jehovah: Exposing the Atrocities of the Old Testament God," and "UFOs: From Earth or Outer Space? - An Investigation into UFOs and Their Occupants Concerning Their Possible Inter-Dimensional, Earthly Origins." Tice has been published in magazines like Gnosis, Fate, and New Perspectives. He is just completing his first book called "Triumph of the Human Spirit: Exploring the Greatest Achievements of the Human Soul and How Its Power can Change Your Life." He has appeared on many radio programs and is an avid researcher. He can be contacted at email@example.com.
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