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on 21 October 2007
This is great value, you get 2 books in one.
The books themselves are amazing and really challenge your perceptions of orthodox history.
I found the presentation excellent and couldn't put the book down as it was so addictive, I especially liked the way the author showed the hieroglyphs/ancient greek letters when necessary to make his point.
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on 15 August 2008
In Cleopatra to Christ Ralph reveals the tue ancestry of Jesus, which is actually more surprising than the cover and title suggest. These are no mere shots in the dark as again, evidence and translation being the allies of Ralph, he proves his point again and again.
Scota is slightly lacking in evidence compared to his other works, however make no mistake, there's still plenty of proof. This is probably only down to the lack of pict presense in Ireland, and it explains much about Irish/Welsh/Scottish culture that you never would have guessed.
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on 25 August 2011
What a complete rip-off!! With regards to the Scota tale, Mr Ellis has obviously just copied the work out of the best-selling book Kingdom of the Ark, which came out 6 years before this nonsense. Don't waste your money. Buy Kingdom of the Ark, the REAL-THING
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on 25 November 2008
I have not read the whole book yet, but so far it is a fasinating theory, and from what I already know about the subject, near enough the true story of Scota. I am looking forward to the rest of the story by Mr Ellis, also the story of Cleopatria to Christ, the re-search that man must have done is astounding. Alexander. G. Heggie
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on 14 August 2008
Where as the first part of this book just seems like bizarre nonsense badly argued, the second half about Scota coming to Britain seems to be a theory totally lifted from Lorraine Evans book "Kingdom of the Ark". I suggest that if you want to read an in depth account of Scota and of ancient Egyptians coming to Britain you should pick up Evan's well researched book.Kingdom of the Ark: That Startling Story of How the Ancient British Race Is Descended from the Pharaohs
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on 28 September 2010
I bought this book on behalf of a friend. He is very impressed with the book and the delivery. A good read at a good price - what more could you ask.
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on 13 September 2014
excellent
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