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5.0 out of 5 stars You must read this book, 8 May 2011
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Some parts of the book are a little speculative and not entirely proven. Mostly it has to be said with regard to the matters regarding the title:- the final destination of Jesus. He does not claim to have proven all this. It's very persuasive but not quite proven yet. What a shame about that shopping center!!

With regard to the rest of the book, the level of proof given is entirely devastating for Christianity! It is so much that it gets a little repetitive at times, from wanting to be absolutely thorough. He is extremely thorough and very logical. You do not need to be a theologian to get his proofs. But if you know the Bible and the works of Josephus and Qumran as well as I do then you start thinking "Why hasn't this been acknowledged centuries ago?", or "Why didn't I know that already?" (kick - kick!).

I have also read many books on "alternative history" but Ellis is the real deal. This is no alternative. This is real history, the way it should be written, based on evidence, logic and not on preconceptions or prejudice. In fact read all his books. I recommend all of them (except perhaps "K2" - which is a little too speculative for my taste).

STUNNING:- This is the ONE that will still be talked about for as long as there are followers of "the Liar", trying to hide all the facts.
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Initial post: 22 Feb 2012 09:45:24 GMT
G. Yates says:
I've recently re-read "K2 Quest of the God's" and found it much more engaging and convincing this time. The only thing I would still disagree with is whether there is a "Hall of Records" dug in there. I think not, Ellis thinks yes. I think that Ellis has in fact discovered all the Egyptian Time Capsules. Time will tell. I AM now convinced that K2 was in the mind of the designer of the Pyramids as he did the design.

So I repeat what I said in the previous review. Read all his books - they're well worth it!
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