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A worthy successor to Fingerprints of the Gods
on 23 August 2000
Heaven's Mirror is a worthy and colourful successor to Graham Hancock's vastly-scoped Fingerprints of the Gods.
While not quite as detailed as his previous work (much emphasis is placed upon his wife's vivid photography) Hancock's writing style still holds our attention well, although one cannot help thinking that we've read most of his theories before in 'Fingerprints of the Gods' and there is a constant of feeling of analytical regurgitation (ie, the surface monuments mapping to Orion, global coodinate correlations etc).
However, the section on the discovery of underwater structures in South East Asia is fascinating and only acts to bolster his underlying hypotheses further. In fact as I write this review, I have just heard on the radio this morning that underwater structures have been discovered close to the shoreline of Lake Titicaca in Peru, the ancient site of Tiahuanaco. Well Graham, there's another book and TV series for you on a plate !