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End of a World Age

End of a World Age is the epic poetic form of Chapter 13 of the novel, A Glancing Blow by Dan S. Ward.   It preceded somewhat the novel, but was converted to prose in the larger work in order to facilitate its reading by people who tend to shy away from poetic descriptions -- with good cause.  The contents of the material is significant and relevant, and in fact much of the inspiration (and even a few phrases) have been taken from ancient historical documents.  In other words, the description can be thought of as a long lost, but now found, artifact or lamentation of an ancient civilization.  Or a future one.  (See, for example, Planet X.)

However, rather than repeat duplicate it here per se, it is now available in the form, Lamentations of the Sage, Manus. It's a bit more efficient this way.


Immanuel Velikovsky         Planet X         Nibiru Cycle


Comet Shoemaker-Levy         Tunguska Explosion         Sun, Stand Thou Still


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