Friday, April 29, 2011

New to the Library

Egypt and the Origin of Civilization: The British School of Culture Diffusion, 1890s-1940s (Volume 1) was sent to me by the author, who enjoyed my article, The Science Cartel vs. Immanuel Velikovsky. The British school of diffusionism "concluded that all aspects of civilizations, from technology to religion, originated in Egypt and diffused to other cultural areas."

Henri-Marie Cardinal de Lubac's Catholicism: Christ and the Common Destiny of Man I ordered based on the recommendation of Arturo "Reditus" Vasquez. Perennial philosophy, rightly or wrongly, comes to mind glancing at both works, which you are sure to read about more on these pages.

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