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eBook Celtic Mysteries in New England ePub

by Marianne Horrigan,Philip J. Imbrogno

  • ISBN: 1567183573
  • Category: Occult and Paranormal
  • Subcategory: Spirituality
  • Author: Marianne Horrigan,Philip J. Imbrogno
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Llewellyn Publications; 1st edition (February 8, 2000)
  • Pages: 216
  • ePub book: 1695 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1351 kb
  • Other: rtf mbr azw txt
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 517

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Philip J. Imbrogno (Author), Marianne Horrigan (Author). Apparent paranormal activity.

Philip J. Also seems to be possible government involvement.

Start by marking Celtic Mysteries in New England as Want to Read . I've read Imbrogno before, and thought he was pretty cool. He didn't do so much relating conjectures as facts in that one, though. And the writing was not good.

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Centered in New York's Hudson River Valley are a series of mysterious stone chambers and carved standing megaliths that. Imbrogno. Are you ready to solve a mystery? One that disproves accepted archeology and history? Then you need to get Celtic Mysteries in New England by Philip Imbrogno and Marianne Horrigan. You see, there are over sixty-five mysterious small buildings throughout New England. Archeologists dismiss them as root cellars from colonial times. But if they are just root cellars, why are there no records of them being made by the colonists?

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And a book published last year, ''Celtic Mysteries in New England'' (Llewellyn Worldwide) by Philip Imbrogno and Marianne Horrigan was devoted mostly to the Putnam chambers, calling them the work of ancient explorers. Since its publication, students writing book reports all across the country have been writing to libraries and historical groups in Putnam requesting more information. Most Putnam residents know the huts simply as root cellars built to store farmers' perishables.

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Are you ready to solve a mystery? One that disproves accepted archeology and history? Then you need to get Celtic Mysteries in New England by Philip Imbrogno and Marianne Horrigan. You see, there are over sixty-five mysterious small buildings throughout New England. Archeologists dismiss them as root cellars from colonial times. But if they are just root cellars, why are there no records of them being made by the colonists? Why is it that in one record a colonist ― who found one already made and on his property ― was told by a priest to avoid it? Why is it that many are aligned to certain stars that are associated with the ancient Druids? Why do some have intricate carvings on the walls? In order to answer these and many more questions, the authors start on a journey of discovery, and take you along on a wild ride that threatens to shake the very foundations of history! You will go along with them as they discover factual evidence of European explorers visiting the Americas nearly 1,000 years before Columbus. You will learn how the Druids came over and built these constructions as part of their religion. In Europe, such constructions are known to appear along lines of energy and power. So are these. You will discover how they are frequently the center for the appearance of odd lights and UFOs. Scientific evidence shows them to be centered on weird, magnetic field anomalies. If you are ready to discover the Celtic past of the Americas, you need to get this book. It will also intrigue and thrill archeologists, paranormalists, and people who just want to know the truth.

Comments

AnnyMars AnnyMars
The author did a great job showing the differences between the Celtic chambers and colonial root cellars. They documented paranormal case histories around the chambers and standing stones very well! One thing I wanted to comment on was how quickly the authors got into the idea of aliens being the first people here and perhaps creating hybrids/higher evolved people. They do it withough priming the reader, and though I gave myself a good background to this idea before reading, I can see where that would scare others away. Never fear, keep going, there is more in this book than a seemingly crazy idea like that. Or you can brush up on those theories and decide for yourself (try Zechariah Sitchin).

Otherwise, I LOVED this book! Measurements, EMPs, eye witnesses, expert opinions all are here as scientific evidence for you to thumb thorugh, but it is written like a series of stories, so it is easy to get through.
Usishele Usishele
This book was okay but is very speculative. Seems like the authors are onto something since the builders of the structures are probably not colonial settlers. After that the authors really just more or less guess about who and when the structures were built. Interesting theories but really just theories.
Dilmal Dilmal
Writer and researcher Philip J. Imbrogno tells of his adventures and strange experiences in areas of New England which have apparent magnetic anomalies. Apparent paranormal activity. Also seems to be possible government involvement. Great book.
ALAN ALAN
A flimsy concoction of conjectures about some of the unexplained stone structures in rural New England based on very few facts, a lot of hot air, and even a few bizarre asides about space aliens. The book is decomposing in my compost pile now.
Adorardana Adorardana
I have been intriqued with the idea of ancient celtic contact with the New World ever since reading America B.C. I am impressed that the authors have taken this unusual approach of looking at the enigmatic barrows from a "paranormal" viewpoint, rather like a mystery that surrounds a mystery. If there is any deficiency that I have found it is that they authors seem to begin more with the assumption that the barrows are of ancient celtic origin and work from there, rather than spending more time supporting their conclusions regarding their origin. Still, it is enough to spark the imagination and, hopefully, to preserve these mysterious sites for the future.
Fordg Fordg
This is a very interesting book. I do like the way that the authors introduce the topic. The only thing I would say that could be considered wrong is their instant presumption that the ruins are Celtic. I do think, however, that there is very solid evidence to prove that the ruins mentioned in the book are indeed Celtic in origin, and that the matter deserves to be further investigated.
Hra Hra
I read the book and found it one of the most interesting that I have read in years. I am familar with the authors and their last book Contact Of The Fifth Kind greatly impressed me so I had to read this one. Mr. Imbrogno is the first paranormal researcher that applies scientific principles to a conterversoil topic.. A great read.. I suggest the book to anyone who likes the paranormal, ancient history and a good mystery