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1.0 out of 5 stars A Complete Rip-Off!!!, 25 Aug 2011
This review is from: Cleopatra to Christ: Jesus was the great grandson of Cleopatra .............. ............ Scota, Egyptian Queen of the Scots: Scotland was first ... of an Egyptian Pharaoh and His Queen (Paperback)
What a complete rip-off!! With regards to the Scota tale, Mr Ellis has obviously just copied the work out of the best-selling book Kingdom of the Ark, which came out 6 years before this nonsense. Don't waste your money. Buy Kingdom of the Ark, the REAL-THING
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Initial post: 23 Apr 2014 17:14:49 BDT
ralphy says:
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This comment was obviously made by a Lorraine Evans sycophant, who has obviously never read the book 'Scota'. Had they read this book, they would have known that 'Scota' bears no relationship whatsoever to 'Kingdom of the Ark' (which is why these three one-star comments make no specific claims of alledged 'similarities'). Commenting on a book you have not read is the height of literary irresponsibility.

in reality, Kingdom of the Ark is a small booklet that has been inflated into a book by using the largest font and largest line-spacing in publishing history, which is why this book(let) contains absolutely nothing of interest. Readers who want to discover the true roots of Scotichronicon and the Lebor Gabala need to read 'Scota'.

Ralph
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