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The Guide to Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol: Freemasonry, Noetic Science, and the Hidden History of America Paperback – 14 Oct 2009
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About the Author
Greg Taylor is the editor-in-chief of Sub Rosa magazine, and is also the woner-editor of the online alternative news portal, The Daily Grail. He is widely read on topics that challenge the orthodox world-view, from alternative history to the mysteries of human consciousness
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Amazon.com: 3 reviews
cornucopia of info related to Brown's The lost symbol
15 November 2009 - Published on Amazon.com
18 people found this helpful.
This book is a relatively brief collection of chapters about various themes and subjects touched upon in Dan Brown's latest book. It explicitly _does not_ claim to be a 'gotcha fact-checker' type book. And it is not one. There is no criticism of Brown's book here except a few gentle nudges that he might have included this or that interesting bit which Brown chose to leave out. What this book is, is a series of interesting light essay chapters about various subjects related to The Lost Symbol, none of them very deep but all of them interesting and entertaining to read. I enjoyed the book for what it is, rather than bemoan it for not being something it never claims to be. It also has a good selection of books and websites to access for further information and photos of various buildings referenced in the novel. Frankly, I found this book more interesting and entertaining than Brown's novel, which I found disappointing in the extreme; boring, badly edited and annoying. This book is none of those things. :-)If you'd like some light reading on the freemasons, noetic science, the Founding Fathers, DC arcana etc ,then buy this and enjoy.
14 August 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
Washington DC Lost Symbols
23 December 2012 - Published on Amazon.com
One person found this helpful.
Lost Symbol relates to all of the Illuminati influence in many places in our Nation's Capital. It reveals much of the Satanic symbolism hidden in plain view, if you know what to look for. Holds a lot of information about who is really responsible for the destruction of our American values.