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Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2007/03/06 - In the recently released book "The Best of Astraea - 17 Articles on Science, History and Philosophy' private researchers Lee McGiffen and Jim Alison prove the existance of advanced mathematics at Giza.
Astraea Magazine and Web Radio is pleased to announce the release of its premiere printed edition The Best of Astraea: 17 Articles on Science, History and Philosophy (now available through AuthorHouse). The book contains a series of fascinating articles by popular authors such as Tom Harpur, Dr. Robert Lomas, Peter Marshall, Michael Cremo, Robert G. Bauval, Ahmed Osman, Archie Eschborn and Philip Ball. The book also includes additional work by private writers and researchers from around the world.
The articles explore a wide range of topics such as Archaeoastronomy, religion, ancient symbols, philosophy, ancient mathematics and much more. In addition, each article is lavishly illustrated.
“The work these private researchers have done uncovering the advanced mathematial relationships in these ancient monuments is extraordinary” comments editor Steve Nixon. “I think readers will also enjoy the broad variety and depth of the other writings by this distinguished group of authors.”
The book is a creation of U.K.-based Astraea Magazine and Web Radio - a free Internet talk show hosted by former BBC announcer Guy Leigh. The show is rapidly growing in popularity and has attracted some of the most prestigious scholars, scientists, historians and filmmakers in the world.
Guests to the free online radio program have included: David Suzuki, Brian Copenhaver, Rosalie David, John Q. Barrett, Kia Bird, Sherwin Martin, Carol Kidwell, Paula Findlen, Michael White, John Gribbin, Mario Livio, Andrea Carusi, Halton Arp, Timothy Freke, Michael Nagler, Michael Baigent, Michael Bott and Bill Mcguire, to name a few. More information is available online by visiting the Astraea Magazine and Web Radio website.
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