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If the World Only Knew
Noel Derose introduces the English-speaking public to the life and works of Fernand Crombette. Dying unknown in Belgium in 1970 and leaving behing some 43 voumes of tightly packed historical and scientific research, this Cathoic scholar is slowly but surely emerging as a one-man Counter-Revolution. Anchoring his painstaking studies in prayer and a rockbound conviction that Scripture is absolutely ...
Essay of the Divine Geography
French scholar Fernand Crombette died unknown in Tournai, Belgium in 1970, leaving behind 38 volumes and two atlases. Only portions are yet available in any language. His "Essay of the Divine Geography" is the first available in English. His model of the Pangean earth is a pains-taking reconstruction using the puzzle pieces of todays continents, islands, and underwater banks. The result of this m...
Chronology of Pharaohnic Egypt
This work of Fernand Crombette is undoubtedly one of the key texts to orient oneself in the history of Ancient Egypt. In the only volume of Crombette's 14 egyptological works thus far available in English, the reader finds, among many very interesting and revelatory chapters, those in which Crombette explains the various modes by which the Egyptian scribes wrote dates. It is beginning from these t...
Journal
The quarterly journal of peer-reviewed research of the CESHE confreres....
Newsletter
An email and postal briefing on subjects that may be of interest to those interested in CESHE. Much of the subject matter is taken from the best posting in the CESHE forum, as well as other materials submitted by members. The frequency of the newsletter is dependent upon news, rather than timelines, with expectation of about 20 issues per year....
Moon globe
PDF map from NASA that can be cut out and formed into a globe...
Mars globe
PDF map from NASA that can be cut out and formed into a globe...
Venus globe
PDF map from NASA that can be cut out and formed into a globe...
Latin reader
Classical Latin is an essential tool in understanding ancient language, because it is well-preserved. To a remarkable extent, its words still carry an original meaning, rather than a derived meaning as is the case with many languages. With that said, an even more immediately important language to Western civilization is Medieval Latin. The exemplar of this is the Latin Vulgate. Our publication...
Welsh grammar
1850's republication of the fundamentals of Welsh grammar. And why Welsh? Material yet-to-be published will provide an answer to that question....
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