In October 2017 Richard just released his newest work, Merry Hunters Club, a 116-page fiction paperback that he originally wrote as a screenplay to document the most powerful spiritual experiences of his life, woven into a fictional adventure story:

"Merry Hunters Club"


     In 2015 Richard Alan Eagle published his non-fiction book, Stonehenge Of America: Blue Mounds State Park ~ Minnesota, a 32-page Kindle e-book of his true life account of discovering at the eastern end of a quarter-mile long east-west alignment of blue quartzite rocks a hidden ancient Native American natural rock amphitheater with a special sitting ledge upon which to view the sunrise on the first day of every spring and fall...the "Stonehenge of America."

"Stonehenge of America ~ Blue Mounds State Park"


     This website presents the most recent Mayan Calendar research of Richard Alan Eagle.

     In 1989 Richard taught his first Mayan calendar class in Minneapolis and for it created the first edition of The Mayan Calendar Guidebook, and that became a yearly publication, as both a study guide and a combined Mayan and January-December calendar. 
     In December
1995 he created a new professional version of The Mayan Calendar Guidebook and had it published, complete with color charts and a spiral binder. 
4,000 copies sold around the world that year, but is now out of print (and found for sale only as a collectors item).

"The Mayan Calendar Guidebook"

Here is a book review from 1996...

New Age Retailer  magazine    (July-August 1996), pp.44-45:

   "His excellent book is a thorough teaching reference that is also easy to understand. The Mayan Calendar Guidebook presents the what, why, and how of tracking the energies and other information presented on the calendars…This reference book should become part of your regular inventory.  Customers who are just learning to use a Mayan calendar will find it answers most of their questions and prepares them to be able to use any current Mayan calendar more effectively."

Science genius & inventor Dr. Patrick Flanagan has called the research of Richard Eagle:
"A masterpiece."