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Book? I got a thicker one with a computer printer,
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This review is from: Earth Grids: The Secret Patterns of Gaia's Sacred Sites (Wooden Books Gift Book) (Paperback)
I saw this author in one of the ancient aliens type 'documentaries'; the sort that reckoned Giza,. Egypt, is precisely opposite Roswell, NM, which it isn't. The opposite of Giza is in the Pacific and nowhere near Easter Island. The principal suggested in this small work is that straight lines are unnatural, yet can be traced across the landscape linking ancient point to ancient point and yes, they can, if you use a small enough map and a thick enough pen and then expect me to accept that sites which are still not in scope must be because they are 'near'. OK, in thermo-nuclear terms, they're near in the sense that hitting the right target would obliterate stuff that's near by default, but that said, ancient survaying was better than this work tries to give them credit for. I don't think the author knows much, nor does he contribute anything relevant to the subject. What is bold about his work is that he's published it to show the rest of use how little he actually knows.