Lewis Spence

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Lewis Spence AKA James Lewis Thomas Chalmbers Spence

Scotland 1874 - 1955


Teachers: Cagliostro; Ignatius Donnelly; Saint-Yves d'Alveydre; Albert Churchward; James Churchward;

Students: Immanuel Velikovsky; Dr. M. Doreal; John Michael Greer

Friends: Donald Alexander Mackenzie, brother to William Mackay Mackenzie; David MacRitchie

Enemies:

Organizations; Scottish National Party; Edinburgh University;

Author: editor at The Scotsman 1899-1906, editor of The Edinburgh Magazine for a year, 1904–05, then an editor at The British Weekly, 1906-09; translated/published Mayan Popul Vuh & Quiché Mayas (1908); compiled A Dictionary of Mythology (1910); The Problem of Atlantis (1924); History of Atlantis (1927); Occult Causes of the Present War (1940); Civilization Of Ancient Mexico; Mysteries Of Britain; The Problem Of Lemuria: The Sunken Continent Of The Pacific; Occult Sciences In Atlantis;

Comments: Atlantis; Mayans; Nazi occultism; Scottish Fairy Tales;

Resources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lewis_Spence; http://www.healthresearchbooks.com/pages/books_list.php?origin=author&author=Spence,%20Lewis;