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by Colleen D. Clements

  • Author: Colleen D. Clements
  • ISBN: 141962380X
  • ISBN13: 978-1419623806
  • ePub: 1773 kb | FB2: 1310 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Religious Studies
  • Publisher: BookSurge Publishing (March 1, 2006)
  • Pages: 410
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 366
  • Format: docx mbr lrf txt
The Order of the Dragon:: The Battle Between the Other History and the Accepted History ePub download

After reading this book, one will never look at dragons in the same way again. It is based on academic and scientific sources, and is the first complete and professional history of the culture that created modern civilization.

After reading this book, one will never look at dragons in the same way again. From before 35,000 BC in northern Eurasia, an astonomical and philosophical culture, called the dragon-culture by the author, was transmitted to our present time.

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the Dragon : The Battle Between the Other History and the Accepted History .

by Colleen D. Clements. After reading this book, one will never look at dragons in the same way again.

The Battle of Fontenoy, 11 May 1745, was a major engagement of the War of the Austrian Succession, fought between the forces of the Pragmatic Allies – comprising mainly Dutch, British, and Hanoverian troops.

The Battle of Fontenoy, 11 May 1745, was a major engagement of the War of the Austrian Succession, fought between the forces of the Pragmatic Allies – comprising mainly Dutch, British, and Hanoverian troops, as well a relatively small contingent of Austrians under the command of the Duke of Cumberland – and a French army under the titular command of King Louis XV of France, with actual field command held by Maurice de Saxe, commander of Louis XV's forces in the Low Countries.

three others were judged fit only for harbour duties owing to the damage they had . The Royal Navy, A History from the Earliest Times to 1900, Volume IV. Chatham Publishing.

three others were judged fit only for harbour duties owing to the damage they had received in the battle Contents. Listed in the casualties section are the totals of killed and wounded as best as can be established: due to the nature of the battle, French losses were hard to calculate precisely.

The Great George is a pendant in the form of St George and the Dragon. The design could differ and knights were permitted to decorate the pendant with precious stones

Lady of the Garter, after their surnames or title. King George III's diamond Star made in around 1800, is worn on the left breast, it had a 13-stone ruby cross centre.

When these bold heroes together assembled The traffic all stopped And the Underground trembled And some of the neighbours were so much afraid That they started to ring up the Fire Brigade When suddenly up from a small basement flat Why, who should stalk out bu. .the Great Rumpus Cat! His eyes were like fireballs fearfully blazing He gave a great yawn and his jaws were amazing And when he looked out through the bars of the area Yo.

In Gawain, a girdle, very similar in its erotic undertones to the garter, plays a prominent role

The History of the Cult of the Dragon began with the former Chosen of Mystra, Sammaster and his downfall, descent into madness and removal of his divinely magic powers in the 9th century DR. It cotinued with the necromancer for centuries, from beyond.

The History of the Cult of the Dragon began with the former Chosen of Mystra, Sammaster and his downfall, descent into madness and removal of his divinely magic powers in the 9th century DR. It cotinued with the necromancer for centuries, from beyond his death, into lichdom and beyond.

After reading this book, one will never look at dragons in the same way again.From before 35,000 BC in northern Eurasia, an astonomical and philosophical culture, called the dragon-culture by the author, was transmitted to our present time. This book traces that culture, part of the polar constellation Draconis, through Mesopotamia, Egypt, the Balkans, Languedoc, the Military Orders [including The Order of the Dragon], the Freemasons and into the present. It is based on academic and scientific sources, and is the first complete and professional history of the culture that created modern civilization.
Prorahun
Dr. Clements delivers a Milton-esque rendition of the battle between the forces of good and evil with an eye-opening twist that definite;y makes us question. Well-written and powerful.
Bremar
Not a good read just before bed unless you have trouble sleeping. Only a small amount of text devoted to the Order of the Dragon specifically. Scholarly historical detailed. If you have a PhD in history you would like this.
Kagalkree
One of the most well written and enjoyable books I have had the pleasure to read. I really enjoyed this author's ability to create a blend of fiction and also non-fictional ideas and modalities while encompassing the possible "other history". Highly recommend.
Mojind
I enjoyed this book because it ties in nicely with David Icke's ideas that we are a product of an alien reptilian race. The author waded through complex and ancient materials to bring to light ideas that would otherwise be left hidden, and perhaps missed by the general public. The history we read in the history books it just one very narrow point of view. I give the author credit for having the guts to write the book to begin with, I am sure there were plenty of people who said she was a crazy person, but what do they know other than their narrow world view?

Dragons/reptiles turn up in many ancient cultures, and a growing number of people believe this was not just fantasy.

Some people believe that humans were gentically created by an alien race from the Draco consetllation. Many ancient cultures support this idea.

I think we should all keep an open mind and not be so quick with the criticism. Remember that at one time the world was thought to be flat by the finest minds on the planet.

I would tell anyone who enjoyed this book to get "Children of the Matrix" by David Icke. Even if you think this is all a lot of poo, it is still a good exercise for keeping an open mind and thinking...."what if?".
Kinashand
The book is interesting but there is no direct relation between the Order of the Dragon and the themes discussed. The author could have said all he desired in about one hundred pages. It is highly repetitive. The title should have been just "The Other History" or "Heterodoxy versus Orthodoxy". A good accumulation of information on dualism but I was expecting a revelation about the Order of the Dragon and not an other story on heterodoxy.
Captain America
Got the book, in great condition. Ready to read
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