1 edition of From Atlantis to the Sphinx found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 285-286) and index.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 82 p. :|
|Number of Pages||59|
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If, by the time you're done with the book, you yourself aren't entirely convinced of this, I think you will still have found the journey worth the effort.
It starts out by giving an adequate summary of the data presented by others so far, and then goes into overdrive by throwing a fit of uncontrolled imagination. As someone who likes and interested in these subjects, I found it occasionally hard to understand what is Mr. The Sphinx and the Pyramids are the focal points in this journey through the history of our minds and the ways our predecessors thought.
Since the body of the Sphinx is located in a hollow, it takes less than twenty years to fill the hollow and cover the body totally. Is this the beginning of time? Most of the book's readers tend to be intuitive and open minded, and instantly know it's not only true, but the most incredible discovery and message for centuries. Reveals the historical From Atlantis to the Sphinx in support of secret chambers in the Great Pyramid and beneath the Great Sphinx• The secret is in the "Lost Teachings" book.
It was this knowledge system - alien to modern man - that enabled them to move stones weighing a thousand tons. Its main points are that: 1 civilization is much older than authorities have to date thought, 2 'modern' man existed in a much earlier geologic period than is commonly believed, and, 3 'primitive' man's mind worked in a way very different to our own, and in fact was superior in some ways, for example, a vast memory capacity.
In a readable style, Wilson backtracks through history to put together a fascinating look at what Atlantis might have been, the technologies developed by this advanced civilization, and how echoes of Atlantis have been passed down through the millennia as evidenced by the Sphinx.
Did Edgar Cayce predict it? It From Atlantis to the Sphinx fascinating to me to read of feats that should require a huge expenditure of power like moving giant blocks of stonebut are somehow accomplished without any application of normal means of power generation.
Wilson talking about, or where is he getting at. Despite the rehash, Wilson's comments on these writers and their ideas make for interesting reading. What really is "original sin" and why did we get kicked out into this "dog eat dog" life of struggle? All the inhabitants of Atlantis had the power to fly, using thoughts to propel themselves. Peniel never claimed to be this person, but if you're interested, see the links at the bottom to read the Cayce prophecy yourself, and the free chapters from the book link below.
Agreeing with the philosopher 's thesis developed in 1969Wilson places the genesis of mythology previous to fertility cultures, linking the fundamental myths to astronomical occurrences such as the.
Did he reall I will criticize this book in this way: BOOs: - Sometimes I feel like the author is giving out unnecessary information.