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This review is from: Pillars of Tubal Cain (Paperback)
The Pillars represent the ancient foundations of wisdom in the craft, and this book is aptly named. Stitching together many well-researched threads of ancient truth concerning Luciferian gnosis, Jackson and Howard coherently explore the real origins of the fallen angels, the Watchers, Set, Solomon's temple, the Queen of Sheba, Lilith, Eden, the flaming sword, the all-seeing eye and much more. I found so much of my own puzzle pieced together lucidly in this book that even the scandalous glut of typos began to give it an essence of archaic authenticity, purely because the content is so illuminating - unafraid as it is of peering into the darkness.
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Initial post: 26 Jul 2008 17:38:34 BDT
'Typos' are a standard occurance with Canpall Bann books, but they're usually very much worth it despite this.
In reply to an earlier post on 13 Aug 2009 10:47:28 BDT
But you'd think they'd take a bit more pride and care in their "work", wouldn't you? Unless they just want a quick buck...
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