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Darklore is an anthology of Forteana, hidden history, the paranormal and esoteric science. Bringing together some of the top researchers and writers on topics from outside of mainstream science and history, Darklore will challenge your preconceptions by revealing the strange dimensions veiled by consensus reality. Featuring contributions from Robert Schoch, Blair Blake, Ma Darklore is an anthology of Forteana, hidden history, the paranormal and esoteric science. Bringing together some of the top researchers and writers on topics from outside of mainstream science and history, Darklore will challenge your preconceptions by revealing the strange dimensions veiled by consensus reality. Featuring contributions from Robert Schoch, Blair Blake, Martin Shough, Greg Taylor, Jack Hunter, Lynn Picknett and Clive Prince, and many others, Volume 6 of Darklore offers only the best writing and research from the most respected individuals in their fields. In Darklore Volume 6 you'll find discussions of subjects such as the modern monster meme of 'The Slenderman', secret passages in the Great Pyramid of Giza, the esoteric foundations of the Royal Society and the United States of America, and much more. Find out more about the book - including free sample articles - at the Darklore website: darklore.dailygrail.com


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Darklore is an anthology of Forteana, hidden history, the paranormal and esoteric science. Bringing together some of the top researchers and writers on topics from outside of mainstream science and history, Darklore will challenge your preconceptions by revealing the strange dimensions veiled by consensus reality. Featuring contributions from Robert Schoch, Blair Blake, Ma Darklore is an anthology of Forteana, hidden history, the paranormal and esoteric science. Bringing together some of the top researchers and writers on topics from outside of mainstream science and history, Darklore will challenge your preconceptions by revealing the strange dimensions veiled by consensus reality. Featuring contributions from Robert Schoch, Blair Blake, Martin Shough, Greg Taylor, Jack Hunter, Lynn Picknett and Clive Prince, and many others, Volume 6 of Darklore offers only the best writing and research from the most respected individuals in their fields. In Darklore Volume 6 you'll find discussions of subjects such as the modern monster meme of 'The Slenderman', secret passages in the Great Pyramid of Giza, the esoteric foundations of the Royal Society and the United States of America, and much more. Find out more about the book - including free sample articles - at the Darklore website: darklore.dailygrail.com

35 review for Darklore Volume 6 (Limited Edition Hardcover)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Isidore

    More fun from the Dark Lore gang. This sixth edition starts strongly, but some of the articles in the second half are disappointing. Here are my favourites: Ian Vincent has a stimulating piece on Slenderman, whose phony origin has not impeded his establishment in modern folklore; Mark Foster argues for the existence of hidden chambers in the Great Pyramid without embarrassing himself or the reader; Robert Schoch (of all people) contributes a completely enthralling study of "The Carrington Event", More fun from the Dark Lore gang. This sixth edition starts strongly, but some of the articles in the second half are disappointing. Here are my favourites: Ian Vincent has a stimulating piece on Slenderman, whose phony origin has not impeded his establishment in modern folklore; Mark Foster argues for the existence of hidden chambers in the Great Pyramid without embarrassing himself or the reader; Robert Schoch (of all people) contributes a completely enthralling study of "The Carrington Event", a massive solar storm which fried the modest existing telegraphic grid of 1859. Although another such storm (or worse) is inevitable, we have so far been spared; Schoch lays out the consequences a storm of comparable magnitude would have on the world today, and the outlook is pretty awful. Lastly, Martin Shough turns the tables on the sceptics. He takes as his subject mirages which engender one or more duplicate solar discs. Although the existence of such mirages is solidly entrenched in the literature of atmospheric phenomena, Shough demonstrates that the evidence for their existence is very feeble, and the underlying science ("lateral mirages") more or less preposterous; if we were talking about something unsanctioned by the voice of scientific authority, the whole business would be contemptuously dismissed.

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    Accelerant

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    Paul Vittay

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    Winsor

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    Alix Amnamare

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    James

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    Matthias Harder

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    Jeffrey Eaton

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    Sven

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    Tina

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