Here Online: Cataclysm's of The Earth - We found a copy the book by Hugh Auchinloss Brown, (the
real life HAB) in a South Dakota bookstore. We have permission from Brown's grandson to put
it on line for you.
From Amazon.com Path of the Pole by Prof. Charles H Hapgood
Non Fiction, now back in print. Prof. Hapgood explains how Earth's poles
have flipped positions many times. This is the culmination of Hapgood's extensive
research of Antarctica, ancient maps and the geological record. This amazing
book discusses the various pole shifts in Earth's history - occurring when Earth's
crust slips in the inner core - and gives evidence for each one. It also
predicts future pole shifts.
From Amazon.com Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings by Prof. Charles H Hapgood
Non Fiction, now back in print. Discusses the 1513 map by Piri Re'is which features prominently in The HAB Theory.
First published in 1966, it was reprinted in 1997.
Allan W. Eckert confirmed these were all influential source material for The HAB theory.
A substantial number of people place The HAB Theory on their personal "top 20 books" lists.
If you want to explore ideas presented in The HAB Theory, you've come to the right place.
Here you'll find some of the more riveting statements in the book reproduced.
When Amazon.com went live, a personal review of The HAB Theory brought genuinely interesting E-Mails from correspondents all over the world. That level of interest lead to this site and to republishing of the book.
The HAB Theory presents a great many mysteries that mainstream science couldn't
explain back then and still mostly ignores it to this day.
Allan W. Eckert's character: Herbert A. Boardman (HAB), is based on a real person, an electrical engineer named: Hugh Auchinchlos Brown. The
real life HAB proposed and researched what we now know as the HAB Theory in his book: Cataclysm's of the Earth. "Cataclysm's" is long out of print, but you can now read it online for free
Two other non fiction books that inspired The HAB Theory are also
back in print, and available again from all major booksellers:
"The Path of The Pole" and
"Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings"
both by Professor Charles A. Hapgood. These links will take you to amazon.com where
other readers offer their reviews.