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You can download for free all of Alfred de Grazia’s Quantavolution series of books. These concentrate on Immanuel Velikovsky ideas and hypothesis arising from them like the Electric Universe theory (EU theory). Book reviews below are from Grazia’s own site and/or his publishers blurb.
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Grazia’s book list (print and free ebooks)
God’s Fire: Moses and the Management of Exodus – I have found no book that deals adequately with the psychology of Moses, and therefore have portrayed fully the workings of his mind. No study has properly embraced Moses in his two great capacities as a manager and scientist, and so I have reconstructed these his qualities as well. Furthermore, the Exodus and Wanderings, those operations that Moses directed, are generally misunderstood, both in their particulars as Jewish history and in their representation of what was happening throughout the world in those days. (Link to this sites book review of this stunning book).
The Iron Age of Mars – Alfred de Grazia is the principal proponent of the Quantavolution Paradigm, a postulation and recreation of those sets of catastrophic and creative events that occasionally have turned the world “upside-down” and “inside-out.” In this new and astonishing book de Grazia discloses and analyses the sudden, shattering and wholesale changes that rooted out the advanced cultures of the Bronze Age, ruined hundreds of towns and reduced drastically their population. There began the terrible Iron Age which only after centuries settled into the Classical Age and the Roman empire. The author details over fifty cases of the destruction and reconstruction, such as Troy, Athens, Thebes, Rome, Volsinium, Mycenae, Crete and Cyprus, Syria and Palestine, and ranges from the Caspian Sea to the Atlantic Ocean. Some of earth’s worldwide deposits of meteoritic iron are attributed to falls from planet Mars. Altogether we are given a startling portrait of planet-god Mars and his doppelgaengers as the leading malefactors of the age.
Cosmic Heretics offers a stimulating first-hand account of the inner circle of Immanuel Velikovsky, an important point of view for anyone interested in the life of the author of Worlds in Collision (book review by Prof Michael D. Gordin, Princeton University)
Chaos and Creation – first of the Quantavolution series, it is a predecessor of many ideas and reports engendered over the past fifteen years. It is a classic overall account of the prehistoric and historical global natural and human catastrophes that helped create humans in the first place and then destroyed and created civilizations and cultures. Superior explanation of sources of universal myth. Powerful arguments support a brief solar system chronometry.
The Lately Tortured Earth – the first systematic treatment of the role of exoterrestrial forces in the Earth Sciences. The elements of geology and geography are discussed in the light of new discoveries about quantavolution and catastrophes as they shaped the globe. A riveting theory of the explosion of the Moon from Earth in recent times, accompanying the global fracture and rafting of the continents.
Solaria Binaria – An astronomer and astro-physicist join to perfect an elegantly coherent and logical theory, backed by physical, psychological, and mythological studies, of the origins and history of the solar system with Jupiter as the remnant of the Uranian binary partner of Sol.
Homo Schizo 1 – human and cultural hologenesis in a quantavolution caused by micro-second brain hemisphere delay, with ensuing genetic schizotypicality. Possible exoterrestrial movements, intrusions and electromagnetic effects with new electrical equilibrium altering hominids into humans, including variants such as “Lucy” and the widespread Homo Erectus. Single-case origin proffered , prior to or concomitant with breakup of Pangea.
Homo Schizo 2 – mankind today analyzed as normally evidencing all basic traits of schizophrenia, whereby culture becomes the virtual reality educating and enforcing normal schizoid behavior and penalizing so-called schizophrenics. Paranoia, obsession-compulsion, catatonia, cognitive disorder culturally constrained and termed rationality, and located in myriad constellations of sublimation.
The Disastrous Love Affair of Moon and Mars – celestial sex, earthly destruction, and dramatic sublimation in Homer’s Odyssey. A complete but incredible case can be built up from an ancient chant that has Mars, Moon, Venus, and Earth in close and destructive encounters.
The divine succession – a Science of Gods Old and New: an astonishing theory of theology that spells out the history of the gods from common ancestors emerging from disasters and existing as active agents in all human minds. A new astrophysical proof of the existence of gods is put forth, and a phenomenological and pragmatic catechism is composed.
The Burning of Troy – a host of essays on quantavolution, scientific idiocies, and numerous penetrations of subjects such as the Paleolithic Caves, the exo-terrestrial destruction of Troy, the sacred Irish origins of O.K., and the 600-year gap in Roman history.
KA – handbook of Mythology by Hugh Crosthwaite, with an Introduction by Alfred de Grazia. Sacred Practices, Electrical Phenomena, and Their Linguistic Connections in the Ancient Mediterranean World. A consolidation of the origins of ancient languages, revealing contemporary linkages never suspected but supportive of quantavolution.
A Fire not Blown – a sequel to KA especially commenting upon Minos and Crete, by Hugh Crosthwaite, with an Introduction by Alfred de Grazia.
Recollections of a Fallen Sky – an early symposium of the 1970’s from Lethbridge University, Canada, planned and edited by Professor Earl R. Milton, concurrent with the granting of an honorary doctorate to Immanuel Velikovsky, the eminent catastrophist. Addresses on various fields (art symbolism, astro-physics, psychology of forgetting tragedy, Catastrophic symbolism in Shakespeare, etc., by authors from Canadian and American universities.
The Velikovsky Affair – We dedicate this book to people who are concerned about the ways in which scientists behave and how science develops. It deals especially with the freedoms that scientists grant or withhold from one another. The book is also for people who are interested in new theories of cosmogony – the causes of the skies, the earth, and humankind as we see them. It is, finally, a book for people who are fascinated by human conflict, in this case a struggle among some of the most educated, elevated, and civilized characters of our times. There is a book review of The Velikovsky Affair.