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The Holy Kingdom: Quest for the Real King Arthur by Adrian Geoffrey Gilbert
18 of 25 people found the following review helpful
Despite the smears and censors, Wilson and Blackett have always provided detailed evidence to support their claims. They have rediscovered the truth about ancient British history - the truth which was deliberately subverted by the English establishment...
Bear in mind that Edward Llwyd, an historian of note based at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, concluded that it was indeed Arthur 1 who defeated the French at Sassy/Soissons. This is the same king Anhun, Anthun, no doubt about it. Polydore Virgil, King Henry V111's historian, was right when he noted that the mythical "Arthur" figure in our histories would had to have been 250 years old to have done what was claimed. The truth,… Read more
The Hunt for Zero Point by Nick Cook
11 of 15 people found the following review helpful
I cannot recommend this excellent book highly enough. Five years ago I embarked upon a voyage of discovery into the realm of black projects, Nazi UFOs and secret technology...only to be met with skepticism and some quite horrendous personal attacks.
My conclusions were that anti-gravity was a reality and that stories of "aliens" were simply a cover for the testing, evaluation and operation of secret military aircraft. I was right.
Now, in 2001, Nick Cook's 'The Hunt For Zero Point' has emerged to critical acclaim. He has done a fantastic job and gone to places and accessed documents that my colleagues and I only dreamed of seeing. His position with Jane's Defence Weekly… Read more
You Can't Tell the People: The Definitive Account &hellip by Nick Pope
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Having now retired from Ufology I read this book in the hope that somebody could, at last, disentangle the claims and skeptical counterclaims made about the evidence relating to this important "UFO" incident.
Bruni has done an excellent job and provided us with information that allows us to read the various participants testimony, primary source material, and judge for ourselves. Very few UFO books do this...
This is the only book on Ufology to actually make me think again about an incident that I had written off. I suspect that UFO/Paranormal researchers and the public have become confused, largely as a result of claims that a lighthouse was responsible for the events… Read more