- Paperback: 332 pages
- Publisher: Pendulum Publishing (1 Jan. 2000)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0954163907
- ISBN-13: 978-0954163907
- Product Dimensions: 21 x 1.8 x 14.5 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,400,091 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Golden Thread of Time: A Voyage of Discovery into the Lost Knowledge of the Ancients Paperback – 1 Jan 2000
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From the Publisher
An intense brilliant work capable of creating an immense impact on ancient history,science, human psychology and religion.
From the Author
This discovery is a gift that I feel destined to pass on to my fellow man.
The time for holding secrets has past.
In our confused and dangerous world of fear, separation from nature and spiritual poverty,it is time to get back to basics.
The basics are still to be found in our past and I have the honour of passing one of these original ancestral archetypes on.
Top Customer Reviews
Miller has not just posed a theory, he has revealed a working artifact that proves his theory in exceptional detail.
What is surprising, is that the scientific community and the popular press have not made this amazing discovery public.
The cross is the most well known icon in the world and to find that it was an ancient computer revealing the complexities of geometry, calls into question the competence of scientific and religious authorities.
Well written and personal, the author goes on to show that our ancestors not only could design pyramids, cross oceans and keep time.
He also reveals how the ancients thought both spiritually and practically and it seems to me that they were far more civilised and in balance with the world than we are today.
To read this book will change the readers perspective completely, because any rational person will find it hard to disagree with.
To comprehend why I say this we need to just consider a few points. Firstly, how many of us agree that our Mother Earth is warming? How many of us are aware over the short lifetimes that we have had so far that the climate has been altering year after year? I know for myself, living in middle England that we no longer have the snowstorms I knew as a child; that Autumn is moving into Winter; Spring is coming sooner and Summer is stretching itself out like a lazy lion in the Sahara. In other parts of the globe huge waves crash onto idyllic shores and destroy the lives of thousands of humans; whirling tornadoes break and batter whole States in America and ice mountains the size of Ben Nevis collapse and crumble into the warming waters. There is one thing that is sure - the world is changing around us as we live and breath. Whether you believe this change is man-made or by the power of the solar Father in the sky; whether you think the leaders of political parties and corporate empires are making the destruction of the world a reality or it is simply a cycle of nature - one thing overrides the argument - we cannot escape it now.
And so, what to do, where to go, to whom do we turn? What will you hide away in your secure dug-out? Will you hoard tinned food and a tin opener? Or bottled water? And when they run out, what then? How will you hunt for food then? Should you carry a gun?Read more ›
There is an entire planet full of genuine archaeological research to draw on for evidence to support Mr. Crichton-Miller's research. He chose instead to refer mainly to the writings of "pseudo-archaeologists" many of whose theories have not been able to withstand critical scrutiny.
In addition, the standard of proof-reading was abysmal and the numerous errors made it a very irritating read.