The novels Tractrix, Tsubute and Triangle give adventure-lovers a glimpse of real life archaeological mysteries—the ancient Maya of Mexico, southern Japan’s infamous submerged Yonaguni monument, and an ancient sunken city in deep waters off Cuba.

About the Series

Each novel explores a different ancient mystery in a quest to find the lost civilizations of antiquity.
The recent discoveries in the Caribbean suggest an ancient maritime culture existed in the region more than 15,000 years ago! An underlying theory developed throughout the series culminates in the ultimate cliff-hanger in the closing pages of the novel TRIANGLE and sets the stage for the follow-up series.

Seeds of Civilization novels are loosely based on the theories of Graham Hancock and others who believe that highly developed civilizations existed on Earth thousands of years before the time currently put forth by mainstream Anthropology.
The series accepts Hancock’s theories, in principal, but goes on to explore the questions of how and where these ancient civilizations might have acquired their advanced knowledge of mathematics, astronomy and architecture. For example, why were the Maya of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula able to predict the exact time of a solar eclipse more than 500 years before the “advanced thinkers” of Europe discovered that the Earth isn’t actually flat?
If Hancock’s theory is correct—that an advanced civilization existed on Earth 9,000 years ago—one has to wonder whether there were even earlier civilizations, each lost to some global cataclysmic event. What if the Mesopotamians weren’t really Earth’s first civilization but merely the sprout from a recently planted Seed?

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