Antiquity stories, books, poems, and more

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This book is about the ancient myths and legends that have come down to us throughout the ages, without exception, have always contained important esoteric messages that to this day can help us in our search for a better understanding of the purpose and meaning of our race’s and our… Read More
In the time before time the battle against light and dark was perpetually thought, any war could bring Armageddon. The Dark Man rides Turvehr into the fray once more, shall man stand? Read More
The legions are in tatters, and the Gothic hordes are gathering beyond the mountains . . . 377 AD: Thracia’s legions are few and broken in the wake of the Battle of Ad Salices. But the scattered centuries and cohorts rally in an effort to blockade the Haemus Mountain passes… Read More
The old story of how the moderns have fixated on the straw in the eye of the ancient Greeks, not noticing the log in their own eye. This poem is taken out of my paper on the Greeks, "Pinning Anal Sex on the Greeks: A Millennial Slur" available at https://independent.academia.edu/AndrewCalimach Read More
The empire is on its knees, but a last hope lies beyond the eastern frontier . . . 377 AD: Emperor Valens has stripped the Persian frontier of its legions, sending every available man to Thracia in an effort to contain the rampaging Gothic hordes. Now, covetous eyes have fallen… Read More

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From the Roman era to modern days, time is against CIA agent Alex Morgan as he tries to uncover the dark truth behind The Gift, a dormant power buried in the sands of modern Syria, while his younger sister is plunged into a deep coma after a violent plane crash.… Read More
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