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Sunday, July 16, 2017

Suggested Books of the Week 28

Check these books out below by Jim Willis, writer, artist, and advocate, Northeastern University, College of Professionals Studies and Tarrant Institute for Innovative Education, Student-centered, tech-rich innovative learning. 

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Ancient Gods: Lost Histories, Hidden Truths, and the Conspiracy of Where do we come from?

Ancient Gods:
Lost Histories, Hidden Truths,
and the Conspiracy of Silence
What are the origins of modern civilization? Do the world's pyramids, the Nazca Lines, Easter Island statues, and other enigmatic structures, archaeological wonders, and geographic anomalies contain evidence of ancient gods?

Sifting through the historical and archaeological evidence, Ancient Gods: Lost Histories, Hidden Truths, and the Conspiracy of Silence probes the myths, stories, history, and facts of ancient civilizations, lost technologies, past catastrophes, archetypal astronauts, and bygone religions to tease out the truth of our distant past and modern existence. It takes and in-depth look at the facts, fictions, and controversies of our ancestors, origins, who we are as a people—and who might have come before us. It tackles more than 60 nagging stories of ancient gods, ancestors, alien visitors, theories and explanations, including: 

• Why did our ancestors crawl deep underground and paint on cave walls?
• How did the megalithic temple site called Göbekli Tepe come to be built—11,600 years before the agricultural revolution?
• How were massive stones, weighing tons, dragged miles to build Stonehenge?
• Who—and why—were pyramids built on the equatorial band circling the earth?
• What secrets does modern DNA analysis reveal mankind's heritage?
• Are we to believe the Ancient Alien Theory?
• And more! 

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Doctorate in Law & Policy: Real Impact, Real Results 

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The Doctorate of Law and Policy program brochure provides you with detailed information about this prestigious program from Northeastern University. Find out if this program is right for you by learning more about the flexible class format, the distinguished faculty, current students, the admissions process, and doctoral thesis. 

Northeastern University’s College of Professional Studies is committed to providing career-focused educational programs that are designed to accommodate the complex lives of motivated learners.

Online Learning
Between monthly intensive sessions in Boston, learning and interactions continue online. Faculty members conduct lectures, lead discussions, and post readings and assignments online.  

 

To learn more about Northeastern University, you can visit their website. 
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Photo: Tarrant Institute for Innovative Education
Check out with a few of the folks here at the Tarrant Institute for Innovative Education to hear about what they’re reading this summer by Audrey Homan, Digital Content Manager at Tarrant Institute for Innovative Education.   


Source: Ancient Origins, TradePub and The Tarrant Institute for Innovative Education


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