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Sort order. May 16, Fady rated it it was amazing. Feb 25, Therese Burke rated it it was amazing. Very interesting Feb 19, Earl Navarro rated it really liked it. Sep 30, SierraKiloBravo rated it really liked it. Despite the dramatic sounding title, there are, spoiler alert, no forbidden secrets revealed therein. What it does present however, is a huge amount of really interesting information, most of which revolves around the theme of civilisations on earth from much longer ago in the human timeline than we currently think.
Igan presents three lines of evidence for this: Out of Place Artefacts, ancient texts that seem to describe things only known to the modern world, and lastly a creation account that predates the bible by thousands of years. Like an iron pot being found inside a chunk of million year old coal. Or landscapes being accurately described from the air centuries before the age of human flight as just a couple of examples.
The section on the creation story as told by the Sumerians caught my attention in a big way too, not because I believe every part of it, but for another reason.
I used to be religious and as I was leaving the religion of my childhood I went into a deep dive on the worlds religions and came away with the conclusion that most parts of most religions are copies of copies of copies of previous religious systems.
This book helped solidify this theory in its sharing of the Sumerian creation tale. Many of the Genesis account names, places, and ideas are present in the Sumerian tale which predates the bible by thousands of years. When you read the two in parallel, it sure looks to me like the Genesis version is a modified copy of the Sumerian version. To clarify this being a copy of a copy thing is not what this part of the book is about, he just a lays out the story as translated from ancient tablets.
The copy of a copy thing is just something I noticed that nicely paralleled other things I have read. Do I believe all of it? No, but like the author I says, read it, examine it, and come to your own conclusion. Feb 15, Sebastian Szwarc rated it liked it. I read this book with mixed feelings. I was fascinated by many mysteries our planet hides since I was a child so when I found this book I was excited. Author tried to gather mysterious facts from different time periods, from Piri Reis map to megalithic buildings.
However when you read further and further this book author gets crazy with his theories and his interpretation of Enuma Elish and "proof" that we humans were created by some aliens via genetic modification is questionable at best.
Author I read this book with mixed feelings. Author also mentions discovery of new planet in our solar system and claims it is the Annunaki home. So, the book is good with focusing reader's attention to many interesting facts but lacks short when comes to interpretations. May 23, Adrian Kass rated it it was amazing. This book may help the reader to gain an insight into the inversions that abound through so many facets of the world today. I highly recommend investing the time into reading this book in its entirety, however, chapter 9 onwards contains the most pertinent information in my opinion.
Feb 21, K. New edited edition out! My favorite part so far. Page Because no matter what your evidence or theories are, nothing gets past peer review. But you cannot receive peer review without first having credential New edited edition out! But you cannot receive peer review without first having credentials. So what do you do? Remember 'Catch 22'? Jun 29, airrunkle rated it really liked it. It reminds me of the stories described in Uncharted games or the Indiana Jones movies. Lots of unanswered questions prevail after reading this book.
My favorite part was Chapter 2, where the author provided lots of different pictures of many different objects that have been discovered around the world with theories and backstories of each. Quite a fun read. Jan 06, Michael rated it it was ok. The book is not written to teach you anything it is merely a book writen to inform the reader of certain aspects of this world that may have been over looked when history was written.
It challenges the reader to look deeper into the truth and to determine facts by scientific reasoning and not by propaganda. Mar 03, Dave rated it really liked it. Jun 10, Josh rated it really liked it. I would like to have a sit down with the author and talk about some of the remarkable Shit he had to say in this book. Mar 16, Rhine rated it it was amazing. Haven't finished it yet. Downloaded it from Google Playstore. Viney rated it it was amazing Jan 05, Jt Sameon rated it it was amazing Feb 23, Edwin rated it it was amazing Feb 21, John Schaeffer rated it it was amazing Aug 09, Nguyen Tram nguyen rated it it was amazing May 25, Tony rated it really liked it Jan 02, Tony rated it it was amazing Dec 01, Fara Nume rated it really liked it Nov 05, Rhiannon H Morris rated it really liked it Sep 27, Asuda Israni rated it it was amazing Jul 03, Torker rated it really liked it Mar 16, Dapper Tramp rated it it was amazing Jan 02, Daljinder Sidhu rated it really liked it Dec 20, Nathan rated it it was amazing Jul 21, Morizzla mo rated it really liked it May 13, Simon rated it it was amazing Feb 25, Rafiqul Mithu rated it it was amazing Apr 10, Puneet Goyal rated it really liked it Apr 06, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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Earths Forbidden Secrets. Maxwell Igan. In all reality, any reasonable theories need to be fully evaluated. All the world leadingarcheological teams need to combine their resources, all the available information needs to beaccessed and viewed together as a whole; all of the monuments need to be examined "en masse"and all the existing ancient texts from all countries need to be studied together as one, though dueto the worlds populations constant religious and racial bickering such a thing may never actuallyoccur.
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