Scott Claxton

Helpful votes received on reviews: 63% (26 of 41)
Location: london, u.k.


Top Reviewer Ranking: 73,525 - Total Helpful Votes: 26 of 41
Through a Glass Darkly: Hidden Masters, Secret Age&hellip by Laura Knight-Jadczyk
I can't think of any other author at the present time that so thoroughly researches there material on such a broad scope of subjects and is also managing to penetrate so deep into the 'matter at hand'. I personally find the channelling aspect troubling in that verifying the source is always going to be problematic and even Laura has said this herself, especially with how damaging mixing truth with lies can be. I am not going to skew this review with my own opinions on that, but rather let others know that they needn't be put off by that aspect of the material in as much as there is much more here than 'channelled information' As it's her own knowledge and views which I find to be of most… Read more
The Secret History of Dante: Unearthing the Myster&hellip by Jonathan Black
5.0 out of 5 stars divine, 7 Feb 2014
If you enjoyed secret history of the world you'll enjoy this. Jonathan blacks style of writing has that edge of the seat quality that you normally find with great fiction writers and this is factual history (I assume ?) which makes it easy to absorb and enjoyable. I not only recommend this book to anyone interested in Dante but also on the subjects of theTemplars, Renaissance, mysteries schools and secret societies or classical art and literature.
Comets and the Horns of Moses (The Secret History &hellip by Laura Knight-Jadczyk
4.0 out of 5 stars comet ye faithful, 7 Feb 2014
I am sure there is some truth in the theories presented in this book and they make sense on one level but I had the feeling it just got taken a bit too far to relate all of the ancient myths presented in this book with cyclic catastrophes and comets. But this book is well worth reading and has to be respected for the amount of research that has been done on the subject. I think after reading Laura's first installment of the secret history of the world it's well worth reading this second volume as I am sure there will be more to come in this series.