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Too big a task,
This review is from: Wild Things They Don't Tell Us (Paperback)
I thought the book started off very well - I couldn't put the book down whilst Reg was sharing his experiences and views on crop circles and alien visitations. I think it would have been better had Reg stuck to that area. Unfortunately he decides to tackle a whole range of subjects, some interesting, others less so, among them the Holy Grail, the reputed marriage of Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene and their bloodline in Europe, alchemy, superconductivity and cover-ups in the medical world. And there are a few instances when he gets his facts wrong, for example he talks about the wedding feast in Canaan (actually, it should be Cana; Cana and Canaan are not the same thing); he talks about the book of Revelations - it should be Revelation. And he also refers to Kaposi's sarcoma as carposius sarcoma. Not massive errors in themselves, but it made me wonder about the rest of his research. It will delight conspiracy theorists, and it is useful as a springboard to other topics he broaches.
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Initial post: 4 Jul 2011, 08:20:47 BST
Angel Exrockchick says:
you're getting bogged down with the petty details of someone who has stated repeatedly that he is not interested in the bible mythos, so why would it matter to Reg if it were Cana or Canaan? Revelation or (s)?? There were many things discussed here that were not within my realm orf understanding, admittedly however that doesn't negate its relevance, why say that it does?? If you don't understand something it just means you don't understand it, not that it is irrevelant. Nothing here is in any way irrelevant, by any means.
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