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4.0 out of 5 stars Deep Knowledge
This book is full of esoteric, ancient and deep knowledge, though I did not find it easy to read. I feel it is a book to pick up and use as reference, rather than read in bed. It has a treasured place in my library of esoteric books.
Published on 9 Nov 2010 by goddess

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1.0 out of 5 stars It is possible to 'prove' anything you like by joining up dots on a map.
It is possible to 'prove' anything you like by joining up dots on a map. Nothing in this books stands up to even basic inspection and the author has done a great diservice to serious research into our past.
Published on 17 May 2001


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4.0 out of 5 stars Deep Knowledge, 9 Nov 2010
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This review is from: The Keys To The Temple: Unravel the Mysteries of the Ancient World, Pyramids, Ley Patterns and the Atlantean Heritage (Hardcover)
This book is full of esoteric, ancient and deep knowledge, though I did not find it easy to read. I feel it is a book to pick up and use as reference, rather than read in bed. It has a treasured place in my library of esoteric books.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A theory for Prehistoric Britain, 24 Mar 2004
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This review is from: The Keys To The Temple: Unravel the Mysteries of the Ancient World, Pyramids, Ley Patterns and the Atlantean Heritage (Hardcover)
To add to the comments expressed, however tedious the Geometry, it does indicate the many hours of hard work by the author and this should be acknowleged. By following his work step by step,I felt more convinced than when I picked up the book. Convinced of what? Not of the paranormal,which I consider deserves no mention in a serious discussion of Prehistory, but rather, the popular image of brutish, ignorant Neolithic man is as erroneous as the Piltdown forgery, and seems to have arisen for similar reasons. A worthy successor to The Old Straight Track.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Readable and intriguing, 21 July 2001
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This review is from: The Keys To The Temple: Unravel the Mysteries of the Ancient World, Pyramids, Ley Patterns and the Atlantean Heritage (Hardcover)
This book is a fairly easy read, although at times the discussion of surveying by triangulation methods becomes a little tedious. It contains a number of interesting hypotheses (for example, that Silbury Hill was built as a surveying platform) for which some reasonably convincing evidence is put forwards. However many of the ideas touched on are left half developed and the book peters out a little towards the end as the author struggles to explain just why the patterns in the landscape he has apparently uncovered should have been created in the fist place. I also found the New Age type references to mystical forces supposedly found at historical sites unhelpful. Such references are not necessary to make the case Furlong wishes to make and they appear to add little to the thrust of his argument.
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1.0 out of 5 stars It is possible to 'prove' anything you like by joining up dots on a map., 17 May 2001
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This review is from: The Keys To The Temple: Unravel the Mysteries of the Ancient World, Pyramids, Ley Patterns and the Atlantean Heritage (Hardcover)
It is possible to 'prove' anything you like by joining up dots on a map. Nothing in this books stands up to even basic inspection and the author has done a great diservice to serious research into our past.
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