I have wanted to also ask for suggestions on history sources, but I would also like to suggest 2 authors that I have read and recommended:
Thomas E. Woods, Jr.
Anne W. Carroll
The homeschooling bunch will be familiar with Anne Carroll's works such as Christ the King Lord of History, A Catholic World History from Ancient to Modern Times
and Christ and the Americas
These are ideal for homeschooling since you can also get workbooks and answer keys for them, but they are also interesting reads for adults and are a good source of correcting the errors that we learned from protestant history books in our school days.
For an informative American History perspective, read
The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History by
Thomas E. Woods, Jr.
As for Dawn's recommendation to read books by Solange Hertz: I thought I'd put one of Hertz's books on my wish list, but after reading a review on Amazon, I don't think I'll need to spend the time or $ to read her books if the reviewer, by the pen name of "zonaras" is accurate with his/her statements that Solange Hertz believes the following:
- The sun revolves around the earth.- Hell is literally at the center of the earth, where matter is the most dense and the fallen angels are held in bondage, based on a reading of Biblical texts. Thus Heaven is literally in outer space beyond reach of human spacecraft and telescopes.
- Electricity is Satanic, illuminating the world with a false generated light, which in fact is Satan's darkness. Hertz believes electricity was in use by occult illuminates who built Atlantis and the Tower of Babel and was temporarily lost to most of humanity after the Flood and the overthrow of Babel. Hertz says the Bible does not "mention sizzling" when the circuits were burnt out during the Flood but concludes these technologies were in use since the beginning of time.
- Many noted scientists like Isaac Newton, Galileo, Thomas Edison, Nikola Tesla and Albert Einstein were occult luminaries doing the bidding of secret societies controlled by Satan.
There were many more statements from the reviewer, zonaras, but if you want to read his review you can go to Amazon and look up Solange Hertz's book, Beyond Politics, a Meta-historical Review.
Now I will admit that I think that kind of stuff is fascinating and lots of fun to listen to and I am curious especially about the famous scientiests listed (where DID they get their knowledge?), but I don't have to pay money for a book to read about that stuff, since I can just stay up late at night and listen to talk radio.
I will have to wait for a review on The Battle for Amerindia, though as no one has posted a review yet on Amazon. Dawn or Belloc? Are either of you interested?