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Get all four books for a discounted price. This is a super deal! Books included are: Flood Fossils, Monumental Monsters, Dire Dragons, and Catastrophic Caves!

Catastrophic Caves | New Release

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Caves are extraordinary underground spectacles of pure grandeur. But more than that, they are a wondrous part of the history of this planet. Though their formation is often presented as exceedingly slow and gradual, new untold secrets are revealed in Catastrophic Caves, which suggest otherwise. When and how did caves form? How do cave formations develop? How long does this take? Are modern objects ever encased in cave deposits? These and many other intriguing questions will be answered with hundreds of compelling photographs. The evidence in this book may change your whole way of thinking about caves and the formations found within them.

Dire Dragons

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It's time to delve into the mystery surrounding those creatures known throughout the world in ancient times as dragons. Are they merely mythical, or do they have a basis in reality? The answer, based on tangible evidence documented from around the world will astonish you. Dire Dragons provides revolutionary and profound evidence from ancient artwork that there is a real, powerful, documentable, and defensible connection between the dragons of ancient times and the dinosaurs we know so well from fossils. If you need to see the evidence, this book is for you.

Flood Fossils 

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Noah. Noah’s Ark. Noah’s Flood. These are often thought to be nothing more than religious sensationalism, pure myth. However, what if the most amazing story of all time turned out to be true? What if our modern secular scientific system was wrong on these points? How would the world change with the knowledge that Noah, the Ark, and the Flood were absolutely true? Flood Fossils provides real, solid, and prodigious evidence for the veracity of Noah’s Flood. Prepare to be amazed: the Ark, the Flood, the fossils.


Monumental Monsters

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Delve into the mystery surrounding fossils of gigantic creatures that have been unearthed all over this planet. Though these creatures looked similar to their living counterparts, there was one major difference: they were enormous by comparison. Monumental Monsters will take you on a journey to a fascinating world filled with curiosity and wonder. Investigate, analyze, reason, and draw conclusions as to why and how these creatures originated, survived, grew so large, and finally disappeared. These monumental monsters present great insight into the true history of planet Earth.


Steel Pipe with Solid Rock Inside

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Underneath the streets of Karlovy Vary in the Czech Republic is a cauldron of thermal activity. As a result, this town has been known for centuries for its thermal waters. In 1991 the pipes from beneath the streets in Karlovy Vary were removed that carried the thermal water to various locations around the town. The pipes were in need of replacement. They were getting “clogged” with mineral deposits, specifically calcium carbonate in the crystal-form of aragonite. Aragonite is a mineral known in many caverns around the world. In our newest book, Untold Secrets of Planet Earth: Catastrophic Caves, a portion of pipe is shown which was removed from underneath Karlovy Vary’s streets. Here is your opportunity to own a 1-cm slice of history. This slice of pipe which shows how quickly rock can really form (inside the pipe) is beautifully displayed in a wooden box with detailed information. This pipe, which is presented in our newest book, is about 15 cm across. If you want to read about all of the details, you can purchase the book in our store (Untold Secrets of Planet Earth: Catastrophic Caves). There is a limited supply of the pipes (no more are available).

Calcite Plaque from France

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This artifact provides powerful evidence for rapid calcite formation, a typical mineral found in cavern formations. This plaque was produced by allowing natural spring water, rich in minerals, to flow over a mold for about 8 months. When this mold was removed, this beautiful artwork, composed of calcium carbonate (in the crystal form known as calcite) was the result. Calcite often makes up stalactites, stalagmites, and flowstone formations in caverns. These plaques can reach up to 1 cm (0.4 in) in thickness in 8 months. At this rate, 50 feet of calcite could accumulate in 1,000 years. Fast-flowing water, with lots of minerals in solution, is all that is necessary to form calcite quickly. This is the case for the development of formations found in caverns too. They can form quickly with lots of flowing water containing the appropriate minerals. There are various scenes on the calcite artwork (the one you receive may have a different scene than the example shown).

Cambodian Stegosaur-like Carving

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This is a 1:1 scale reproduction of a carving from an ancient Hindu temple near Siem Reap, Cambodia.  The name of this temple is Ta Prohm.  It was completed (dedicated) in 1186 A.D.  There is no evidence that these people were excavating fossils and then systematically reconstructing dinosaurs.  The only other source of information about dinosaurs, then, would have to be real life observations.  It appears as though humans and dinosaurs did live together in the not-too-distant past.  The Bible indicates that all of the land animals and people were created on the very same day of creation—therefore people and dinosaurs lived together.  This carving is powerful evidence that the Bible is trustworthy! 

"Petrified" Rose

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In Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic, there is a “petrifying facility” underneath one of the streets. We have visited the location and described it via photographs and text in our newest book, Untold Secrets of Planet Earth: Catastrophic Caves. At this location, the thermal mineral water is directed to flow over hand-made paper roses. After fourteen days, they gain a coat of aragonite (a form of calcium carbonate). The water is high in carbonates and other residual minerals. The red-orange colouring of the objects is due to the high iron content of the water. The red-orange colouration is deposited during the drying phase. The iron in the water reacts with the oxygen in the air to form a hematite-limonite layer on the outside. They are neither permineralized nor petrified if one wants to get technical. Most people, without a geology background, however, would just call them “petrified". They show "rock" does not take a long time to form; "rock" only takes the right chemical and physical conditions to form.