Gods, Sages and Kings: Vedic Secrets of Ancient Civilization

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Lotus Press, 2000 - Philosophy - 396 pages
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"Gods, Sages and Kings presents a remarkable accumulation of evidence pointing to the existence of a common spiritual culture in the ancient world from which present civilization may be more of a decline than an advance. The book is based upon new interpretation of the ancient Vedic teachings of India, and brings out many new insights from this unique source often neglected and misinterpreted in the West. In addition, it dicussses recent archaeological discoveries in India whose implications are now only beginning to emerge."--Publisher.

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Introduction by Dr David Frawley
Ancient History from the Vision of the Seers
The Maritime Nature of Vedic
The Homeland of Vedic Civilization
The Greater Vedic Land
The Throne of Indra Stories of Vedic Kings
The Knowledge of Precession
The Yogic Basis of Civilization
Ancient Aryan Culture
The Peoples of the Middle East
Vedic Cosmology
Vedic Civilization
The Yuga Theory of Sri Yukteswar

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