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The Return of the Serpents of Wisdom by [Pinkham, Mark Amaru]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 5642 KB
  • Print Length: 100 pages
  • Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Press (11 Sept. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004VBHN36
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This book is a tale of a personal spiritual development, and institution as stated by the "Serpents of wisdom" and his mission to prepare the world for the 104.000 cycle of development.
It including a full history of the serpents of wisdom, the birth of, and how everything comes into being. There influences throughout the world, and finishes with instructions on how to achieve the ultimate conciseness.
However the visions in which he can still use binoculars, Venusian s, and the fack he himself was a priest king, pushes this into fantasy and should be read as one.
Contains an appendix and bibliography. However the advertising for the authors Spiritual tours to sacred sites alongside Astrological readings, once again confirmed to me a sense of promoting money. Making ventures
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The book has alot of GREAT information it covers history all the way from Atlantis & Lemuria to the common ere. The book also deals with alot of metaphysics, and esoteric knowledge pertaining to the bible and other ancient cultures. But from the title you should know that the books main focus is the serpents of wisdom. so throughout the book it gives history of serpents of wisdom, and discusses different cultures around the world that identify with the serpent. The book also discuses the RETURN of these serpents of wisdom, and how the descendants of the serpents of wisdom of OLD will return and begin to teach man-kind during the Last days/End cycle.

Good points
-The book is well presented, it starts of giving you a metaphysical view of what these serpents of wisdom actually are, then goes through the history of the serpents of wisdom.
-The book also discuses alot of metaphysics, such as the cycle of the equinoxes, Science of the pyramids and other megalithic structures. It also discusses the science of the chakras and the kundalini.
-The book also gives illustrations, to further explain specific concepts, and the author breaks down the pictures thoroughly
-The book also breaks down entomology, numerology and also gives you the history of how certain gods of the OLD, became gods of the NEW.

Bad points
-The book has some Mis-information in there, i don't know if this was intended by the author or if he was just mis-informed.

For example in the book it says that the OLMECS were serpents of wisdom, and it says that their facial features depict a serpent, such as the broad noses and flat lips....
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Packed full of detail and easy to read, this classic on Serpent Wisdom is a must have item for serious or even casual students of the esoteric. Mark Pinkham at his best. Only downside is that not all the unusual claims are substantiated with a reference.
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..Ah. It's not. Without being overly harsh it becomes fairly evident by chapter three that the author's suffered some form of mental breakdown and whilst this in itself may have held some interest, the poor level of writing prevents this.
Poorly written and worst still, unforgivably poorly researched.
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2.0 out of 5 stars VERY misleading title 16 April 2004
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This book is a historical and cultural survey of serpents, dragons, and some other really strange things. The premise of the book was supposed to be (from what I understood) the Return of the Serpents of Wisdom (a group of enlightened beings possibility of extraterrestrial origin). That's not what this book is about.
The author says he was initiated into an order of serpent wisdom from Mesoamerica by Anton Ponce De Leon Paiva (see The Wisdom of the Ancient One: An Inca Initiation). So you would think this book is information about the *Return* of those people to the earth either literally or figuratively.
Instead this book talks about all manner of cultural appearances of snakes, serpents, and dragons regardless of the degree of their association to the serpent masters. There are even some very dark figures in this book such as the magical dragon baphomet whom monotheistic readers would object to as a blatant depiction of satan (who is not usually considered an enlightened being).
Although the book shows very serious research it looses much credibility by including things like a copy of the supposed image of Sananda (Jesus) taken in Mexico by an archeologist in 1961 (which in this reviewers opinion is clearly a painting). It causes this book to associate to the same level of authenticity as the Cottingly fairy hoax of the 1920s.
So while the breadth of this book as a historical survey of all things serpenty is admirable, it's ability to stay within the context of a group of enlightened masters has failed. The associations the author attempts to make with any appearance of a snake, serpent, or dragon to some universal brotherhood of enlightened masters ranges from possible to tenuous to fictional.
If you want up to date information on the serpent masters there are much better works out there. Amoung them is Return of the Children of Light: Incan and Mayan Prophecies for a New World by Judith Bluestone Polich. This book is a better blend of myth, history, current scientific research, and future esoteric possibilities. Books by the mentor of this author (Anton Ponce De Leon Paiva) may also do a better job.
19 of 22 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars thick with information 22 April 2003
By Mizdeegz - Published on Amazon.com
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I came across this book by accident, and picked it up because of the wonderful Alex Grey artwork on the cover. I am SOOO glad I found it. This book is a wonderful tool for students of ancient hermetic/esoteric wisdom, and is a valuable tool for people interested in Atlantis, or Lemuria, as well as those interested in the symbolism of the serpent from ancient times. Intuitively this book struck so many chords with me that I had to read it little by little each night to process the information. Fortunately, the writing is structured in such a way that it is easy to stop at any time & pick it back up later. I highly recommend it in your study of Esoteric philosphy.
In addition to this book (mostly for the serpent symbolism) I recommend Jeremy Narby's "The Cosmic Serpent: DNA and the Origins of Knowledge".
18 of 24 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I found this to be the best book yet written on the subject! 9 Nov. 2004
By Rosalia Acu - Published on Amazon.com
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I was in total amazement when I found this book! I had spent a lifetime searching for the information in this book. It never came all in one package for me. It took me 30 years to live and track down what I was finding the author has collected and so easily offered in this remarkable book. In short, this book is nothing less then a clear and consice exposition of who the goodly extra-terrestrials are who seeded this planet, and how they have fit into the legends and myths of human socitietes throughout the ages. When the seeker finds that all the Masters of all the Traditions have roots within the ET Serpent Star Seed, they will then discover the true nature of reality and of the Masters of Wisdom, as well as the Goddesses and Gods. Learning this squarely places the readers identity into certain terms. I consider this the book of the year, if not the decade!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars lots of info 10 Feb. 2013
By ayah 7 - Published on Amazon.com
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very enjovable book. makes so many connections to differing items in the world. will buy more from this author. also author is base in states and takes people on trips to differnet parts of the world. expand ypurself and read it
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A truly wonderful and well-written book! 3 Oct. 2015
By Tinkertot - Published on Amazon.com
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I loved this book...so much information. I really can relate to all the serpent symbolism throughout history...makes real sense to me, especially as I have had past lives in Lemuria, as priestesses in Ancient Crete, many lifetimes as Mayans...as well as in other cultures beholding the noble serpent. Funny thing too...I really *love* reptiles...never been afraid of snakes!!! A truly wonderful and well-written book...thank you!
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