le 30 août 2012
There is an IMMENSE lot of detail in this book, but what is it pointing towards? What is the relevance? I am unable to see it. I gave up after about 230 pages, and put the book away. I must be dumb.
Where is this MASTER GAME? And where is this "UNMASKING THE SECRET RULERS OF THE WORLD"? Where is this common thread of thought/philosophy/religion from the Egyptians through the Hermeticians, the Bogomils, the Gnostics, the Cathars, the Free Masons and perhaps others? And, even if there should be such a common thread of thought, does that necessarily point towards some kind of secret organisation pulling the strings throughout the centuries and millennia? In this book I find no valid argument for such a theory.
And if there is any commonality between the various religions or currents of thought, is that so strange? Human beings have always asked themselves about the "meaning of life", the creation of our planet, the existence of a Creator or a God, the eternity of the soul, and so on. But I can't see how this book sheds any further light on such questions. And above all:
I DID NOT DISCOVER THE MASTER GAME! AND THE SECRET RULERS OF THE WORLD WERE NOT UNMASKED TO ME.
Yes, I must be dumb.