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THE BOOKS

 

The Ophir Institute endorses and has published the following books in which we find ourselves in agreement and full support in order to educate our fellow Filipinos. We only request you review the evidence for yourself. Don't just buy Colonial lines because that is what you have been taught but research this out and we believe most will find as we have. 

Photo: Mt. Pico de Loro, Batangas , Philippines. 

The Search for King Solomon's Treasure Timothy Jay Schwab and Anna Zamoranos-Schwab The Periplus of the Erythraean Sea  Antonio Pigafetta’s Journal  The Cambridge Ancient History  The Smithsonian Institute  Yale University  The Israel Museum  The Louvre Museum  British Museum  Pomponius Mela, Chorographia  Flavius Josephus  The surueye of the vvorld... Dionysius Periegetes  The Voyages and Adventures of Fernando Mendez Pinto, The Portuguese (Cogan)  Pliny the Elder (Historia Naturalis)  The Philippine Islands (Blair, Robertson)  ​Europe and the Far East (Sir Robert K. Douglas, Cambridge University Press, 1904)  The Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology  ​The International Journal of Nautical Archaeology  The Institute for Maritime and Ocean Affairs  History of the Philippine Islands (Antonio de Morga, 1609)  ArcheoSciences Journal  The Carpenter Report  The Field Museum, Chicago  Philippine Sociological Review  Evolution of Island Mammals  The Journal of History (Ronquillo)
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The Search for King Solomon's Treasure

The Lost Isles of Gold and the Garden of Eden | NOV 2020 

ISBN-978-0-578-63422-7 | Library Of Congress Control Number: 1-8432671521

By Timothy Schwab and Anna Zamoranos-Schwab

Foreward by Dr. Grepor “Butch” Belgica, M. Div., D. Min.

Secretary of Religious Affairs, Republic of the Philippines

Get out your explorer hat and prepare for the journey of a lifetime as we travel together to the ancient land of gold. This weighty 388-page case for the Philippines is a life-altering experience every Filipino will enjoy and Bible believers will be astonished at its accuracy in conclusions. It is brimming with credible, significant proofs which any non-partial judge would appreciate. 

Size: 6" x 9"   |   Length: 384 pages  

Category: Non-Ficition: History & Geography   |   Format: Paperback

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The Lost Isles of Gold and the Garden of Eden | NOV 2020

ISBN-979-8-555-72787-9 | Library Of Congress Control Number: 1-9202569721

By Timothy Schwab and Anna Zamoranos-Schwab

Foreward by Dr. Grepor “Butch” Belgica, M. Div., D. Min.

Secretary of Religious Affairs, Republic of the Philippines

A high-quality pictorial view touring the Philippines with an abbreviated case as the ancient land of gold. 

Size: 10" x 12"   |   Length: 200 pages

Category: Non-Ficition: History & Geography  |  Format: Hardcover

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SUPPORT RESOURCES:

 

The following resources have been made available in order to assist in the education process. In addition to a complete, comprehensive Sourcebook, we have made teaching resources available for small groups, churches and even schools.

Solomon's Treasure Sourcebook Timothy Jay Schwab and Anna Zamoranos-Schwab The Periplus of the Erythraean Sea  Antonio Pigafetta’s Journal  The Cambridge Ancient History  The Smithsonian Institute  Yale University  The Israel Museum  The Louvre Museum  British Museum  Pomponius Mela, Chorographia  Flavius Josephus  The surueye of the vvorld... Dionysius Periegetes  The Voyages and Adventures of Fernando Mendez Pinto, The Portuguese (Cogan)  Pliny the Elder (Historia Naturalis)  The Philippine Islands (Blair, Robertson)  ​Europe and the Far East (Sir Robert K. Douglas, Cambridge University Press, 1904)  The Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology  ​The International Journal of Nautical Archaeology  The Institute for Maritime and Ocean Affairs  History of the Philippine Islands (Antonio de Morga, 1609)  ArcheoSciences Journal  The Carpenter Report  The Field Museum, Chicago  Philippine Sociological Review  Evolution of Island Mammals  The Journal of History (Ronquillo)
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Free for all who purchase The Search for King Solomon's Treasure. Follow along as you read page by page and source by source. ​The complete, comprehensive Sourcebook of resources used includes over 280 pages with origin source document with link in most cases, additional commentary, maps including several we created to educate, complete attribution, etc.

Size: 8.5" x 11"   |   Length: 282 pages   |   Category: Non-Fiction  

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A Thought From Timothy and Anna...
Foreward vs. Foreword

The Authors' preference:

Some may notice and most, likely will not, but we chose the title of our opening section for our books as a play on words as ForeWARD rather than the traditional Foreword. Yes, in literary works, Foreword is customary as it is the words before or at the beginning of the book. It is rather boring as a title when one thinks about it and we did not use it as we wished to spice up the front with depth. However, this book is anything but customary. We instead chose, and this is our prerogative as we chose all chapter names, to revive an Old English word that we deem more fitting. Foreward has far more significance and expresses what we wanted in a Foreword and what Secretary Belgica certainly captured. A Foreward is a vanguard, a protecting, a keeping and warding off evil for instance. We are uninterested in tradition for tradition's sake and in our book we restored this word with a very appropriate play on words from an ancient era as we cover antiquity much. It really does not matter who appreciates the pun but the word is what it should be and appears in each of our books as it should be spelled for this work. We like it. Yah Bless.

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Timothy Jay Schwab Philippines

Timothy Schwab.   Ophir Philippines

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