The Rose: Dogon Star Knowledge by Shannon Dorey

The Rose focuses on the star knowledge that was imparted to the Dogon people by the Nummo, who lived in the Solar System before humanity.

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The Nummo by Shannon Dorey

Shannon Dorey's research in The Nummo reveals that the African Dogon religion is the oldest religion. It existed in Africa long before humans migrated to other areas of the world.

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The Master of Speech by Shannon Dorey

The Master of Speech deciphers the ancient mythology of the Dogon, an isolated African tribe who live along a 200-kilometre stretch of escarpment called the Cliffs of Bandiagara near Timbuktu

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Day of the Fish by Shannon Dorey

After many years of studying the religion of the Dogon Tribe of Africa, writer and researcher Shannon Dorey has uncovered a deep mystery behind their sacred symbols. This is a mystery that the author maintains was deliberately and extensively suppressed in most places of the ancient world by the Inquisition and the Roman Catholic Church.

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The Cosmological Origins of Myth and Symbol by Laird Scranton

Outlining the most significant aspects of cosmology found among the Dogon, ancient Egyptians, and ancient Buddhists, including the striking physical and cosmological parallels between the Dogon granary and the Buddhist stupa, Laird Scranton identifies the signature attributes of a theoretic ancient parent cosmology--a planned instructional system that may well have spawned these great ancient creation traditions.

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Sacred Symbols of the Dogon by Laird Scranton

In The Science of the Dogon, Laird Scranton demonstrated that the cosmological structure described in the myths and drawings of the Dogon runs parallel to modern science--atomic theory, quantum theory, and string theory--their drawings often taking the same form as accurate scientific diagrams that relate to the formation of matter.

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The Science of the Dogon by Laird Scranton

The Science of the Dogon offers a case-by-case comparison of Dogon descriptions and drawings to corresponding scientific definitions and diagrams from authors like Stephen Hawking and Brian Greene, then extends this analysis to the counterparts of these symbols in both the ancient Egyptian and Hebrew religions.

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