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As always its as enjoyable as the previous ones,like this one, that I have done. It's amazing that there are added extras now,a far cry from the first one which was very easy in format. I think we should be informed about the need for 5 stars to move forward & the android game has stuck whilst having 2000 coins but its a learning curve (lucky I had loads of coins or it would be irritating ). I hope the Christmas ver will be an modernize from latest year's, hold up the amazing work. Linda
This was one of the most interesting songs Donovan performed. I liked it back then, and I still do. The MP3 ver leaves a bit to be desired. It does not quite chop the ever-loving mustard. If you are a Donovan fan, you should obtain the analog vinyl, if you are still into it, or the physical CD, if you own a worthy CD Player.
That's the quote from the Times Literary Supplement.If this book is "plausibly argued", then what ISN'T plausibly argued? One has to wonder whether the British press ever credibly criticizes anything that is dreamed up by a Briton. Darwin has been enshrined as a secular deity, the Replacement hypothesis -- a racial superiority model -- has been embraced wholeheartedly, the Piltdown Hoax was immediately accepted and remained so for years, a British astronomer allegedly proved Einstein, but did not have definitive observations...Ideas from Immanuel Velikovsky's "Oedipus and Akhenaten" are borrowed (ahem) by Phillips, but so is all the ridiculous "Moses was Akhenaten" nonsense that has swilled out of a lot of a pen, along with "the Exodus took put when Thera erupted" fiction. The author then adds that the tale of Atlantis really did originate in Egypt as Plato says, but refers to happenings taking put in the ere was no titantic eruption on Thera in the 17th, 16th, or 15th century BC. As more rational scientists have noted, the caldera on Thera formed in prehistoric times, and probably not all at once. Furthermore, the ruins were not buried under tons of meters of volcanic crud, despite the fact that the allegedly much less energetic Vesuvius eruption in 79 AD covered the surrounding zone with much more mud and d to this the growing realization that the Linear B writing was still in use until the 2nd c BC (Latin loan words have been identified), and that Herodotus mentions no eruption or break in occupation at Thera (he discusses the island), while one (just one) later historian records an eruption circa 200 e fact that the conventional pseudochronology is used is not in the book's favor, either. I have to think that this author is just cashing in on the wave of books featuring implausible revised antiquity. Amarna arose because Akhenaten's grandfather reintroduced worship of the Aten, reviving it from the Old Kingdom. By the time Akhenaten took the throne there was an ambitious priesthood, and a megalomaniac pharaoh. Akhenaten did nothing but play at being a god while the empire he'd inherited crumbled. Pleas for support preserved in the diplomatic archive found at Amarna were not answered.On a positive note, the author does seem to give short shrift to one implausibility from the scholarly globe -- that Nefertiti didn't die, but became the pharaoh Smenkhare.
The book was disappointing. The author assumed much of the conditions. If he read Velikovsky he would have known that a lot of of the conditions of the Exodus were globe wide and not concentrated as a effect of the volcano explosion from Thera
If you were fed up with books about Ancient Egypt and never thought you would read one again, then test this. It is a really fascinating read. In short, the theme is that Exodus plagues of the Bible were real happenings caused by a natural catastrophe, but there is far more here that is enlightening and engaging. The author examines the period when the Exodus appears to be set - sometime in the fourteenth century BC - and, by using the records that survive from that time, he paints a vivid picture of one of the most fascinating and small understood eras of human history: when the idea of a single god first became a part of organized religion. He also proposes answers to a number of historical enigmas, such as the identity of the true Moses and the truth behind the Atlantis legend, and introduces a fresh mystery of his own - that the popular facemask of Tutankhamun does not represent the king at all but his scheming brother. In my opinion, this latest riddle alone makes the book well worth reading.
This is a cleverly written historical detective story set versus a backdrop of in-depth and scholarly research. The author finds archaeological and scientific evidence to suggest that certain seemingly wonderful destructive happenings recorded in the Old Testament really occurred. To give an example, he puts together discoveries from Egyptian tombs with geological surveys of the Mediterranean seabed to present that a large tsunami may have thrashed the Egyptian coast in the fourteenth century BCE to cause what the Bible describes as the parting of the Red Sea in which the Pharaoh's troops was drowned by a large wave. This event, the book suggests, could also have devastated a civilization on the island of Crete to give rise to the legend of Atlantis. A lot of crazy and unfounded ideas have found their method into print concerning Atlantis and biblical mysteries in latest years but this is definitely not one of those. The author critically examines the findings of accredited archaeologists, Egyptologists and scientists in developing his hypotheses which he arrives at step by logical step. Historians today tend to shy away from sensational-sounding catastrophe theories when it comes to the decline of ancient civilizations, but following the tragic happenings in south Asia recently this book makes one think seriously about just how devastating natural cataclysms can really be.
This book is a mix of fact and fiction, but then again a lot of books today are like that. My tip to you is be skeptical about any author that he knows the truth of a major historical event. IF any true truth is found, the media and a lot of REAL scholars such as arecheologists and university professors will be talking about ere are a lot of books that talk what really happened to Tutankamen, and his brother. Weather he really is Moses, there is simply not enough proof. maybe yes, maybe ter reading the Da Vinci Code, it makes one think. What really is true. Is history really fabricated by the Globe Elite and secretly held by Secret Societies.Well, people certainly the books that says the later, if they continue to sell, publishers will hold coming out with it.If you really wish to learn the truth. Go to Egypt on a tour and see for yourself. There is nothing like private experience. BEst of luck and satisfied treasure hunting!!!!!
This book is a true gem. Graham Phillips' revelation that the golden face mask on the coffin of Tutankhamun does not depict the popular boy king is truly fascinating. I can't believe that no one has noticed it before. Just compare it with the popular death mask - it clearly is not the same. I also found it remarkable that no one has realized that the ten plagues of Egypt so resemble the effects of volcanic fallout ep up the amazing work Mr. Phillips - and hold everybody on their e only thing I don't quite understand is the title. Atlantis does not seem to have anything to do with this book, apart from on one page.
I found this book intriguing! The author wrote this book in a method that can captivate both the novice as well as the more advanced reader of Egyptology. Simply fascinating in detail and written with an begin mind to what may have actually occurred during those dark, unwritten times. You will search yourself questioning all the other books written about Akhenaten and Tutankhamun.
It begins with the opening of the strangest tomb ever found in the Valley of the Kings. A mummy whose name has been erased and its soul bound by talismans of magical protection. An ancient Egyptian who was so feared that the priesthood thought they had to imprison his spirit for all time. It all sounds like fiction - but it's not. Each detail of the search is preserved in the writings of the archaeologists who found it and can still be read today. It is remarkable that no one has brought the info of this discovery to light before. This alone would create a amazing movie. But it's only the beginning.His quest to explore the identity of this mummy and the reasons for its strange and special form of burial, leads the author to create what must be the most astonishing series of discoveries about Egyptian history that have ever been made. Moses, the plagues of Egypt, the parting of the Red Sea and the Exodus really occurred as described in the Bible. Beyond belief? Graham Phillips produces archaeological, historical and scientific evidence to prove it. This too would also create a unbelievable film in its own right. But it doesn't end there. The author discovers that these happenings were the effect of a large volcanic cataclysm that also made the legend of Atlantis. Another film here!Ultimately, Phillips returns to the mysterious mummy, concluding that it was the earthly remains of the man whose evil influence was deemed responsible for the catastrophe - a forgotten Egyptian king named Smenkhkare, the brother of Tutankhamun. Finally, he reveals the most wonderful fact of all. The fabulous treasures found in Tut's tomb were originally intended for his brother's tomb and the death mask of Tutankhamun - probably the most popular historical artifact ever found - really bears the face of Smenkhkare - the most feared man in Egyptian history. Yet another movie! Why and how this came to be, would be giving away a nail-biting finale of this well-written, well-researched and page-turner of a is book has been in publication for over a year. If it is not in pre-production for a big-budget film by now I would be very surprised. I reckon that sometime in the next couple of years this will be a blockbuster to rival National Treasure. Remember who said it first.
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