Moons, Myths and Man. A Reinterpretation. H. S. BELLAMY, Hans Schindler Hans Schindler Bellamy.

Moons, Myths and Man. A Reinterpretation.

London: Faber and Faber, 1949. Second Revised and Augmented Edition. Hardcover. Octavo. 312pp. Blue cloth with gilt titling to spine; b&w illustrations, index. Hans Schindler (1901 – 1982), [AKA H.S. Bellamy, Hans Schindler Bellamy], was a Viennese English professor who wrote extensively on pseudoarchaeology. "Moons, Myths and Man. A Reinterpretation" was the first of his books to investigate the work of Austrian engineer Hanns Hörbiger and German selenographer Philipp Fauth and their (now generally dismissed) "Cosmic Ice Theory". Bellamy also wrote: "The Book of Revelation is History" (1942); "Built before the Flood". (1943); "In the Beginning God" (1945); "The Atlantis Myth" (1948); "Life History of our Earth. Based on the geological application of Hoerbiger's Theory" (1951); And with Peter Allan: "The Calendar of Tiahuanaco" (1956), and "The Great Idol of Tiahuanaco." (1959). Light shelfwear, boards very slightly bowed, a bit of light spotting to spine, spine ends lightly bruised, page edges a bit darkened, pages toned but fresh and unmarked. Overall a tight, clean VG+ copy in near VG dust jacket illustrated by Eric Fraser. (Dust jacket is lightly rubbed overall, rear panel a bit darkened, edges lightly chafed with some chipping to spine ends, edges and folds, not clipped. Now protected in mylar cover). Item #67847

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