Baker & Taylor Proclaiming that America was discovered and developed into a world power seven thousand years ago, an original work of reconstructed history offers evidence of ancient seafaring civilizations with travel and trade on a worldwide scale as early as 5000 B.C. 15,000 first printing.
Blackwell North Amer In Sailing to Paradise, Jim Bailey alters our fundamental understanding of history. Bailey draws on the labors and findings of a great variety of experts - archaeologists, language experts, anthropologists, biologists, historians, collectors of myth and oral tradition, and geographers - and sets out to show that there has really been a global village several times before. Applying his extensive research, Bailey shows the genesis of our various religions, the spread of the matriarchal world, the worship of the Great Goddess, the early history of Africa, and the early worldwide use of mining and technology. He points out that America has been a world power at least twice before. Sailing to Paradise is a brilliant, comprehensive recreation of history that will appeal to anyone fascinated with the possibilities of our far-distant past.
Baker & Taylor Using evidence from archaeological excavations, language studies, legends, and myths, this work asserts that the United States was first developed into a world power in 7000 B.C. by seafaring traders, only to be destroyed in wars by 1190 B.C.