Larry Brian Radka is a one-man operation called The Einhorn (Unicorn) Press. This two-time graduate of the University of the State of New York and retired Broadcast Engineer is also a Doctor of Divinity. He is also a proud veteran of both the United States Army Security Agency and Air Force Communications Service, and honorably served over six years overseas. He researches, writes, lays out, edits, and has his highly illustrated :works printed in his books and progressive magazines such as Atlantis Rising, World Explorer, Ancient American, and The New Archaeology Review, without the supervision of the big-time establishment, the publishers serving only the almighty dollar. This is extremely difficult, time consuming, and very tiresome. However, his hard work and spirit of independence has successfully allowed him to escape the narrow-minded demands of the traditional publishing industry.
His self-published works quote uncommon ancient testimony and portray many secluded artifacts. They contain a trove of rare and sometimes entertaining history that other publishers won't print and orthodox historians don't teach. They are locked into the status quo that permits only politically correct history, not the real story. Their philosophy supports the notion that they have been commissioned to mold national thoughts and that "the end justifies the means," regardless of its validity.
Larry believes people should be provided with the tools to think for themselves, and his guide is Christ's revelation that "the truth will make you free." With a blatant disregard for present rewards, he tries to think and act like the second-century historian Lucian of Samosata on the Euphrates, who introduced some very wise counsel for historians of all ages after asking:
Do you know what the Cnidian architect did? He built the tower on Pharos, the mightiest and most beautiful work of all, that a beacon light might shine from it for sailors far over the sea and that they might not be driven on to Paraetonia, said to be a very difficult coast with no escape if you hit the reefs. After he had built the work, he wrote his name on the masonry inside, covered it with gypsum, and having hidden it inscribed the name of the reigning king. He knew, as actually happened, that in a very short time the letters would fall away with the plaster and there would be revealed: “Sostratus of Cnidos, the son of Dexiphanes, to the Divine Saviors, for the sake of them that sail the sea.” Thus, not even he had regard for the immediate moment or his own brief life-time: he looked to our day and eternity, as long as the tower shall stand and his skill shall abide.
History then should be written in that spirit, with truthfulness and an eye to future expectations rather than with adulation and a view to the pleasure of present praise. There is your rule and standard for impartial history. If there will be some to use this standard it will be well and I have written to some purpose.
I would like to share this email from Connie W. (received April 17, 2011) with visitors to this page:
Good Morning Larry and Gizmo,
I Hope you both had more sleep then I did, LOL. I was up till after daylight, Awestruck by your website [http://einhornpress.com/]. I kept finding more and more and now with your other website [http://ancientskyscraper.com/].
I am wondering how long I will be there. It appears to be an eternal place that I will never find the end of info. But that’s OK with me! You keep answering more and more of my questions and leads. I don't think I can add a bit of info. You have all the answers so far and I am not one to wear a nose ring.
I do have some questions that relate to different areas of study, or shall I say several pivot points that remain on different paths of subjects. But I need to go thru everything you have first and see if you already have addressed them.
Such as Zacharia Sitchens's work with Enki etc..... and Gnostic teachings and the Real Jesus and his Deity and Ancient Alien theories etc. . . . But I still need time to digest and adjust to the truth's you have confirmed and done very well indeed.
My mind is not as quick as others to comprehend I guess, and I see already that some of my old questions are not even questionable anymore and no longer have any relevance.
I am truly awestruck and dumbfounded. Yet, as I am sure, you were feeling the same jubilee in the freedom of knowledge and release from the bondage of ignorant lies.
How appropriate that I found you and your websites on my Birthday—Best present I could ever get! a Re- Birth.
Thank you so much for all your work and sharing. I can't wait to get The Electric Mirror.
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