The Golden Web: Part 1
Don't read this book. It's too weird, too strange, too full of loony ideas that can't possibly be true. For example, it explains the secret purpose of the Giza Pyramids, the way to travel between the stars, the existence of aliens, the hidden codes in Greek myth and the emanations of a star that altered our ancient history. How nuts is that? Clearly bonkers.
Then again, if it is true, it would transform our understanding of life and death, the origins of our civilizations, our ancient gods and our own future. Perhaps, with that much at stake, it's worth reading?
Naah, steer clear. Choose that bestseller that everyone else is buying. That's a much better idea. Ignore this book, move on and never think about its contents ever again.
Total Pages: 179
Published: 3 February 2012