BOOKS by Richard:

Stonehenge of America: Blue Mounds State Park  (2015)

$0.99  Kindle ebook

  In 2015 Richard published his first non-fiction book, Stonehenge Of America: Blue Mounds State Park, a Kindle e-book of his true-life account of discovering at the eastern end of a quarter-mile long line of sacred rocks aligned east-to-west that marks where the sun rises & sets on the spring and fall equinoxes: 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...Stonehenge of America. 

The description on Amazon:
  Yes, there is an ancient Stonehenge in America. The huge quartzite natural-rock amphitheater sits at the eastern-end of a 1/4-mile-long line of sacred rocks aligned east-to-west that marks where the sun rises & sets on the spring and fall equinoxes at Blue Mounds State Park in southwest Minnesota. George Noory, the host of the #1 rated late-night radio show in the world, COAST TO COAST AM, proclaimed "I love this story!" while interviewing Richard Eagle live on-air Nov. 19, 2009, as he told this amazing story to 4-6 million listeners. In October 1990 Richard and Bonita Anderson had first visited Pipestone National Monument in Minnesota, where for eons the native people have harvested the pink rock from small shallow quarries for its use in making ceremonial peace-pipes. Next they drove 26 miles south to Blue Mounds State Park, where from atop the 100-foot cliffs of a quartzite-rock quarry one can gaze into the nearby states of Iowa and South Dakota. Blue Mounds is Sioux Native American sacred land and also home to a small bison herd where buffalo roam over an 1,830-acre area. This is the TRUE STORY of the supernatural adventure Richard and Bonita experienced after returning to Blue Mounds the following year on the spring equinox. They both witnessed a spiraling energy beam rising from a huge boulder at the western end of the rock alignment, plus MUCH MORE, and were shocked to discover hidden in plain sight a natural-rock amphitheater with a sitting ledge upon which to view the sunrise between two huge boulders on the equinoxes...STONEHENGE OF AMERICA.

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Stonehenge of America: Blue Mounds State Park


Merry Hunters Club  (2017)

$6.99  paperback
$3.99  Kindle eBook

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

The description on Amazon:
  "All fiction begins with a Truth, and all Truths become a fiction." Wanting to document his most powerful real-life spiritual experiences, a writer crafts a witty screenplay: a  romantic adventure drama about Mary Hunters, an assertive single woman and New York City literary agent who must travel to Niagara Falls seeking to locate and find a mysterious young woman, Billy Shakes, who has won two writing contests. Hoping to become her agent, Mary soon discovers the secret source of Billys inspiration, a man Billy's psychic mother claims to have written the plays of Shakespeare in a past life.  Mary is guided along in her search by Two Winds, a deeply insightful local Native American taxi driver, who shares with her his stories of miraculous spiritual awakenings that occur at sacred hidden supernatural earth-energy spots in Sedona, Arizona and Minnesota.  Along the way Mary falls in love while encountering a whole zany cast of local townspeople in the Lake Ontario harbor town of Wilson, New York, who all share in common a secret club, continuously turning all of her perceptions of who-is-who totally upside down.

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  Merry Hunters Club


The Mayan Calendar Guidebook (1996)

Richard created handout-charts combined with a 12-month Gregorian-calendar in 1989,
for his first Mayan Calendar Guidebook edition,
to help teach his first Mayan-calendar workshop in Minneapolis, Minnesota .

For the 1996 edition of The Mayan Calendar Guidebook 4,000+copies-sold around the world
and had media coverage by the TV show Strange Universe on Canadian television.

For The Mayan Calendar Guidebook review in 1996
on the research of Mayan-calendar specialist Richard-Alan: Eagle:

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."

This book is out of print (found for sale only as a collectors item).

The Mayan Calendar Guidebook