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The Golden Thread of Time: A Voyage of Discovery into the Lost Knowledge of the Ancients [Anglais] [Broché]

Philip Gardiner , Crichton Edward McGregor Miller , Joyce McMillan , Chris Tillbrook , Maureen Palmer


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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent overview of celestial navigation throughout time 24 novembre 2007
Par Luisa F. Montserrat - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
This book starts out slow, but it has to, there is a lot of ground to cover.What is covered is simply a rather complete discussion of celestial navigation through time. And how that clear , simple and concise system was somehow lost to us. The Cross of Thoth is easier to use than an Octant, Sextant, or most other devices of navigation. Its existense adds more possibilities to the argument that global exploration occured at a far earlier age and with better or at least equal instruments to the best we have today. In any event certainly adequate for world wide travel. The argument presented in the book as to the determinaiton of longitude is hardly new, and fraught with danger of mistake, but possible, if excercised with great care. I ordered the DVD too and enjoyed it. it allows me to share the concepts with others while we watch the DVD at the same time. Read this book and discussions on plasma and electromagnetic energy dominating Interstellar spacethe "Electric Universe" and you will waste not a moment more on anything a modern astronomer has to say. This book is THAT seminal in importance to an understanding of the intersection of religion, science, and navigation and a host of other branches of knowledge. A lot of "Ah ha's" happen while reading this book.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Stellar Trailblazer 12 février 2007
Par P. Perry - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
Leaves the pack of speculative ancient history works in the dust. Reveals how prehistoric global navigation was possible by means of primitive yet precise astronomical instruments. How archaeoastronomical sites (cosmic clocks), like Stonehenge and the Pyramids, were part of a universal time-keeping network. How lost ancient knowledge probably begat modern religious systems. Religious symbols (Christian & Celtic crosses) look remarkably similar to scientific instruments (Mariner's Astrolabe & astronomer's Cross-staff). In other words, studying the stars most likely degenerated into worshipping the heavens. Also worth reading: 'Christ Conspiracy' and 'Brotherhood of the Sun'.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Incredible book 11 décembre 2005
Par Rosicrucian - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Crichton Miller is a man on a mission. His mission is, in my humble opinion, far more important than the Victorian search for the source of the Nile or the 60's race for space. It is more extravagant than the discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb and in my mind of more archaeological, scientific and historical importance than just about anything else you care to mention.

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? And where will you get the bullets when all the shops have been removed by that passing ice-flow?

You will need to travel. You will need to move fast and over long distances. You will need to know the weather cycles and the times of year and you will need to know your way around. How are you going to do this?

You see what Crichton has stumbled upon may seem on first viewing to be fairly mundane. But, the closer you look and the more you find out, the more you become consumed in the intricacies, both exoteric and esoteric, of the workings of the artefact and the universe in general. This incredible discovery will one day change the world and help mankind to grow strong again. When we find ourselves in the stark reality of a nuclear winter; a solar consumed desert; a frozen wasteland - then and probably only then, will mankind remember this fight of Crichton Miller's to make known the secret tool of the ancients. The reason is quite simple. Only by using this device, which requires no electricity, gas, petrol or any power at all will we then, be able to discover where and when we are. This may seem incredibly trivial to us now, but imagine standing in the middle of a barren landscape of brilliant snow or sand and needing to find your way home. How will you do this without your GPS? A compass only points north and there are two issues with this. Firstly north may move magnetically, and this will cause chaos as we are already discovering with our modern electromagnetic systems. And secondly the compass cannot tell you the time of day, month or year. The wonderful Celtic Cross that Crichton re-discovered is all any future survivor will need.

Read this book, keep it close to your heart; understand the workings of this cross, because one day, it may save your life. If you value your children's or grandchildren's lives then pass on the information and knowledge of the stars, let it be locked in their young minds and hearts. The future of humanity may again depend upon the wisdom of the ancients, who kept this knowledge for us locked subtly away. Crichton has re-discovered the incredible science and simplicity of our ancestors who too needed to escape the oncoming deluge over 12000 years ago. Did mankind recover again because he had the cross?

I thought I would never hear myself say this to anybody - but take up the cross, it may very well be your saviour.

Philip Gardiner, England, 2005.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Awesome 10 janvier 2006
Par P. Hammock - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
If you are truly interested in understanding ancient man and ancient cultures read this book. The fact that this man actually figured out the Celtic Cross is just the proof we need that our ancestors weren't as ignorant as most modern people like to believe.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Crossing in time 18 octobre 2011
Par solardiva - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Hands down the best book I have laid my hands on in a long time, I loved it and will pass it along as a family heirloom with the King James authorized version!
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