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By: Warren, William F Pages: 494 pages First Publishes in 1885


Where is the Garden of Eden? In Africa? In Ireland? This book presents the view that the human race originated on a tropical continent in the Arctic, the famed Hyperborea of the ancient Greeks, a land of sunshine and fruits, whose inhabitants, a race of gods, lived for over a thousand years without growing old. Does this feel off the mark? Considering our climatic changes and the knowledge that the earth has shifted on its axis from its original position, the theory is not far fetched at all. Thought-provoking, inspiring and utterly fascinating, Paradise Found throws an entirely new light on the history of mankind and forces us to view the world from a challengingly different perspective. A study of the prehistoric world (the cradle of the human race at the North Pole). The author says this book is not the work of a dreamer. It is a thoroughly serious, sincere attempt to present what is, to the author’s mind, the true and final solution.

Paradise Found The Cradle of the Human Race at the North Pole

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