- Sixteen Waltzes, op. 39, no. 15 in A-flat major.
- Tibetan Medicine: Illustrated in Original Texts!
- The Summoning (Darkest Powers, Book 1).
- The Atlantis Blueprint: Unlocking the Ancient Mysteries of a Long-Lost Civilization.
Machu Picchu. For centuries, these and other sacred sites have attracted pilgrims, scholars, and adventurers drawn by the possibility that their true spiritual and technological secrets remain hidden. Who could have built these elaborate monuments? How did they do it?
And what were their incomprehensible efforts and sacrifices designed to accomplish? Now comes a revolutionary theory that connects these mysteries to reveal a hidden global pattern--the ancient work of an advanced civilization whose warnings of planetary cataclysm now reverberate across one hundred millennia. Here is startling evidence of an intelligent society dating back as much as , years--one that sailed the oceans of the world, building monuments to preserve and communicate its remarkable wisdom.
Customer Reviews. Write a review.
- THE ATLANTIS BLUEPRINT by Rand Flem-Ath , Colin Wilson | Kirkus Reviews.
- The Atlantis Blueprint Unlocking The Ancient Mysteries Of A Long Lost Civilization .
See any care plans, options and policies that may be associated with this product. Email address. Please enter a valid email address. Walmart Services. Get to Know Us. Customer Service. In The Spotlight. I found some of the other logic difficult to follow but the Antarctica location seemed pretty solid. Shelves: diffusionism. Absolutely loved this book, it was so intriguing and did give me another way of thinking!
Jul 01, Chris Craddock rated it it was amazing. Really interesting and well documented. Makes a compelling case. Jan 22, Trevor Chapman rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Everybody. Extremely interesting. Much should be taken with a grain of salt maybe!? Very Cool! May 05, Jessi rated it really liked it Shelves: nonfiction. Particularly interesting companion read to Edgar Cayce's Atlantis texts Aug 20, Fleur Gessner rated it really liked it Shelves: library. Dec 22, Peter Mcdonald rated it it was amazing.
Jan 19, Eduardo Caballero is currently reading it. Learning about the Map Makers of ancient civilization and how the world looked before current day. About Pangea and the movement of the plates of the earth. I began this book with high hopes. The premise seemed intriguing; the authors claimed to offer evidence that human civilisation was far older than previously imagined, and was also much more advanced. The first couple of chapters prove to be an interesting little journey through the life of the late Charles Hapgood.
However rather quickly the narrative style becomes somewhat jaunting, as the prose alternates between the two authors who opt to identify themselves to the reader by narrating from th I began this book with high hopes. However rather quickly the narrative style becomes somewhat jaunting, as the prose alternates between the two authors who opt to identify themselves to the reader by narrating from the 1st and 3rd person perspectives respectively.
This technique seems unnecessarily confusing, and surely attributing sections or chapters to each author would have been less disruptive to the narrative flow. Despite this, the prose itself is composed competently enough and is reasonably enjoyable. But my oh my, how the content is laughably absurd. Like a foundation of sand, debunked geological theories are stacked one upon the other to form a "scientific" basis for the book's many preposterous claims.
Various quacks and historical con-men are wheeled out and revered as sages. Confirmation bias is rife as patterns are imagined between various historical sites spanning thousands of kilometers and thousands of years. Fibonacci spirals are everywhere it seems and even point to hypothetical desert treasure. Wild speculation mushrooms from every historical anomaly.
ISBN 13: 9780440508984
The scientific method is tossed aside and any logical challenge is dodged with conspiratorial mutterings. After the entertainment and promise of the initial couple of chapters, the wheels began to fall off as the writing became more tangential and seemingly directionless. I got to page , but when the authors started referencing a guy rambling on about space visitors mining Earth for precious minerals, I decided that this was one for the charity shop. Jul 31, Siobhan rated it really liked it Shelves: , paperbacks. I enjoyed this book. I found it incredibly interesting, although I admit that I didn't understand some of it.
It felt like you needed a bit of a degree to understand some of the terminology and findings, but overall, I really enjoyed it. I've always been fascinated with Atlantis and while this book brings me no closer to concrete evidence of where Atlantis was, it sure does give me some things to ponder about.follow link
The earth has been changing and is constantly changing. Sep 08, Jayaprakash Satyamurthy rated it did not like it.
Not enough of Wilson's just-above mediocre yet beguiling style, and too far into out and out crankiness. Stanley G Dau rated it it was amazing Oct 23, Elkaza rated it liked it Apr 04, Tony Hall rated it it was amazing Jan 31, Alyssa rated it it was amazing Sep 13, Mrs Becky Lydon rated it it was amazing Sep 04, Alessandro rated it liked it Aug 24, There was a problem adding your email address.
Please try again. Be the first to discover new talent! Each week, our editors select the one author and one book they believe to be most worthy of your attention and highlight them in our Pro Connect email alert. Sign up here to receive your FREE alerts.
The Atlantis Blueprint - Random House Books