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Title: Spot on
Content: I approached this book with a heavy degree of scepticism since zodiacs have always varied in character and indeed depending who you talk to have 12 or more houses in them. I read this twice. Its very good, accounts for statistical likelihood of being correct, highlights when the statistics may not be in favour and sticks rigidly to the scientific research model. This is a scientific approach to what has heretofore been the reserve of enthusiastic amateur researches and writers. It works. And works very well. There has been extensive work on some of the cave art, all over the globe, that has highlighted 30 plus symbols that are also known to be present over tens of thousands of years accompanying the paintings highlighted in this book and having contacted the author on his blog, address in the book, it appears he is very concious of this and a second book may well be forthcoming. On a private note a friend sent me pictures of Pictish rune stones, and after reading the book it does appear they have dates identified by constellation positions on them too! The knowledge in this book doesnt make you an expert but it does help you to identofy other examples of this in our heritage. Combine this with the electric universe work being done by wal Thornhill et al and the Thunderbolts project and that symbology from history and you begin to see where quite a lot of modern symbology has its roots! Great book.
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Title: An interesting read
Content: This is another take on the site, easy to read and very interesting, although the author labours the point about the scientific method seems a bit desperate to be believed. If you are interested in the site, then this is a good book to add to the collection. One day we will know what it is all about until then it is great to speculate.
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Title: Crazy enough to have a chance of being correct?
Content: The Taurid Complex is a complex swarm of debris from a comet that broke up 30,000 years ago. According to a controversial theory proposed in the 1990s and known as Coherent Catastrophism, this debris has been periodically bombarding the Earth ever since. Now engineer Martin Sweetman has proposed an even more audacious theory. Sweetman believes that Gobeki Tepe - an enigmatic Turkish stone circle that predates Stonehenge by 7,000 years - encodes a record of some of these cataclysmic events. According to his theory, early Neolithic people were aware of the precession of the equinoxes (supposedly discovered by the ancient Greeks) and used the changing aspect of the zodiac to 'date stamp' bombardment events. One cannot help but be sceptical of a theory some might describe as crazy – but could it, in the words of Niels Bohr, be “crazy enough to have a chance of being correct”?
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Title: Good premise but lack of facts
Content: I liked the concept of this book which is why I bought it and it starts well looking at the stone inscriptions at Gobleki Tepi. However way too much time devoted to probablity discussions, this could have been summarised in the main text, and included in full as an appendix. However it all gets a bit waffly after that and so many bits are left out or not addressed. For example, if all these inscriptions are a warning, why bury them? A bit of speculation here would have helped. Why did civilisations not start in Africa? Why are the stone carvings so ambiguous at GT if they are a warning to future generations? The author mentions Graham Hancock, and whether you agree with his arguments or not, he is a much more polished writer, and does address all issues. This book could have been great, but I was left disappointed.
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Title: A very good and plausable theory that warrants further investigation
Content: It is a very good book for a number of reasons, with some very good scientific evidence to back it up with too. Probably not far off the mark either and as the author says, there is still a lot of the site yet to be uncovered so changes could yet again be made. This theme has been brought up by several authors now including some excellent work by Paul A. LaViolette. It would be so good if sciencists could stop this 'bun fighting' to establish a new paradigm though. Rather sad really when you think about it, to change a theory or re-examine the past, the people who get their own way tend to be those that shout loudest even in the face of overwhelming evidence to the contrary. Lets move on, forget egos and old paradigms etc. Start using our thinking properly. At the end of the day, this affects us all and should not be down to personal reputations. Great book.
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Title: Fascinating Read
Content: The author delves into our distant past, paying special attention to the great discovery of Gobekli Tepe in Turkey. Does this site contain clues about a cataclysm over 10,000 years ago which changed the Earth's history? It's a fascinating question. The author draws parallels with the Giza Pyramids, which also seem to be drawing our attention to events from the same epoch. He speculates as to whether these were advanced civilisations who knew that sooner or later, there would be intelligent people on this planet who could make some sense of what they were saying. Very readable and highly recommended.
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Title: Spot on
Content: I approached this book with a heavy degree of scepticism since zodiacs have always varied in character and indeed depending who you talk to have 12 or more houses in them. I read this twice. Its very good, accounts for statistical likelihood of being correct, highlights when the statistics may not be in favour and sticks rigidly to the scientific research model. This is a scientific approach to what has heretofore been the reserve of enthusiastic amateur researches and writers. It works. And works very well. There has been extensive work on some of the cave art, all over the globe, that has highlighted 30 plus symbols that are also known to be present over tens of thousands of years accompanying the paintings highlighted in this book and having contacted the author on his blog, address in the book, it appears he is very concious of this and a second book may well be forthcoming. On a private note a friend sent me pictures of Pictish rune stones, and after reading the book it does appear they have dates identified by constellation positions on them too! The knowledge in this book doesnt make you an expert but it does help you to identofy other examples of this in our heritage. Combine this with the electric universe work being done by wal Thornhill et al and the Thunderbolts project and that symbology from history and you begin to see where quite a lot of modern symbology has its roots! Great book.
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