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Pathways to the Gods: The Stones of Kiribati (English and German Edition) Hardcover – Hardback book with dust jacket,  illustrated with photos,  
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  by Erich Von Daniken (Author), Michael Heron (Translator)  Explores new evidence of the presence of ancient astronaut gods as revealed in the unusual artifacts and sites discovered on the remote Kiribati Islands of the South Pacific    

Hardcover: 267 pages
Publisher: G.P Putnam's Sons; 1st edition (January 1, 1982)
Language: English, German
ISBN-10: 0399127518
ISBN-13: 978-0399127519

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BODY OF SECRETS,  ANATOMY BO THE ULTRAQ-SECRET NATIONAL SECURTY AGENCY,  FROM THE COLD WAQR THROUGH THE DAWN OF THE NEW CENTURY,  ORG 29.95,  HARDBACK WITH DJ,    721 PAGES INCLUDES INDEX, 
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Bright   Clean   Slight edge wear   Not Ex Library   Not a remainder      Synopsis A no-holds-barred examination of the National Security Agency packed with startling secrets about its past, newsbreaking revelations about its present-day activities, and chilling predictions about its future powers and reach. The NSA is the largest, most secretive, and most powerful intelligence agency in the world. With a staff of thirty-eight thousand people, it dwarfs the CIA in budget, manpower, and influence. Recent headlines have linked it to the economic espionage throughout Europe and to the ongoing hunt for the terrorist leader Osama bin Laden. James Bamford first penetrated the wall of silence surrounding the NSA in 1982, with the much-talked-about bestsellerThe Puzzle Palace.InBody of Secrets,he offers shocking new details about the inner workings of the agency, gathered through unique access to thousands of internal documents and interviews with current and former officials. Unveiling extremely sensitive information for the first time, Bamford exposes the role the NSA played in numerous Soviet bloc Cold War conflicts and discusses its undercover involvement in the Vietnam War. His investigation into the NSA's Read more

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WORLD WAR 2 SITES IN THE UNITED STATES   A TOUR GUIDE AND DIRECTORY,  PB book,  9x12,   Synopsis This is two books in one; a directory listing the descriptions of hundreds of WW II Sites in the United States and a tour guide on how to find and visit them. Listed are army camps -air fields -naval air stations -naval bases -Marine Corps bases -warships on display -enemy aircraft and submarine attack sites on American territory -Japanese bombing balloon attack and recovery sites -coastal defenses -military hospitals -prisoner of war camps -internment camps for enemy aliens -relocation camps of ethnic Japanese -birth places and homes of prominent WW II personalities -atomic bomb sites -spy landing sites and sabotage targets -arsenals -ordnance plants -shipyards -military depots and MUCH MORE " Product Identifiers ISBN-10 0962832413 ISBN-13 9780962832413 eBay Product ID (ePID) 503339 Key Details Author Richard E. Osborne Number Of Pages 303 pages Format Paperback Publication Date 2006-09-18 Language English Publisher Riebel-Roque Publishing Company Publication Year 2006

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The Man Who Tasted Shapes Hardcover – , 1993  
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by M.D. Richard E. Cytowic (Author)  Uncovers the strange medical mystery of synesthesia, a condition in which people can taste shapes or hear and smell colors, and suggests that everyone has synesthetic powers.  


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In 1979, neurologist Cytowic met a man who literally tasted shapes, and a woman who heard and smelled colors. These otherwise normal people had synesthesia, an exceedingly rare perceptual disorder in which the senses become intermingled. What Cytowic learned from them is told here through the portraits of the synesthetes and through his own detective work and consultations with medical
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BLOND GHOST Hardcover – October 13, 1994
hardback with dj,  tight binding,  org 27.00,  Hardcover: 512 pages
Publisher: Simon & Schuster; First Printing edition (October 13, 1994)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0671695258
ISBN-13: 978-0671695255
Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 1.8 x 9.5 inches
Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds

by David Corn  (Author)  A biography of CIA agent Shackley is also a critical look a the CIA and its conflicting roles of objective intelligence gathering and counter-espionage operations  Based on documents obtained under the Freedom of Information Act and more than 100 interviews with former CIA officers, this is an informative biography of a "company man" who ran secret wars against Cuba and Laos in the 1960s, managed intelligence operations in Vietnam and rose to the rank of associate deputy director of operations at CIA headquarters in Langley, Va. Primarily a desk officer ("a spy in a grey flannel suit"), Ted Shackley contributed significantly
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KILLING THE TRUTH,  Hardback book with dust jacket,  1993 print,  large book,  org 27.95,  752 pages include index,  tight biding,  bright,  clean,, not exlibrary,  Offers sensational new evidence and the testimony of expert witnesses to contradict articles that have attempted to bolster the long-discredited conclusions reached by the Warren Commission

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