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by Herbie Brennan

  • ISBN: 0749920629
  • Category: Occult and Paranormal
  • Subcategory: Spirituality
  • Author: Herbie Brennan
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Piatkus Books; New Ed edition (2000)
  • Pages: 224
  • ePub book: 1739 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1460 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 699


The legend of Atlantis has prompted controversy and intrigue for centuries.

The legend of Atlantis has prompted controversy and intrigue for centuries. Good overview of "alternative theories" and providing a commonality. com User, February 24, 2008. Herbie Brennan is a professional writer on a variety of subjects and should not be considered an authority on the subject he has chosen for this book. The fact he provides no bibliography of any kind indicates he did not wish to be quoted as writing serious non-fiction.

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1999) A non fiction book by Herbie Brennan. This work explores the evidence that supports the claim that Atlantis was a real continent with a cultured society able to build great cities, mine and use metal, grow crops and brew wine, inscribe written records, build shiips and sail the oceans to the farthest corners of the earth. Used availability for Herbie Brennan's The Atlantis Enigma.

I never believed in Atlantis. Herbie Brennan's work has appeared in more than fifty countries. It didn't fit anything I'd been taught about prehistory. Then, I started looking at the facts. He is now a full-time writer of fact and fiction for both adults and children, with several international bestsellers to his name.

Brennan fills the book with stories that explain the magick. Some of the stories are historical - like tales about John Dee and Aleister Crowley. Others are about people in his personal life. And each one helps you to learn techniques and theories of magick. In these pages you'll get explicit instructions on how to easily make and use dowsing wands. If you want to learn real magick, you've got to get Magick for Beginners by renowned author . It is filled with the exercises, rituals and knowledge you need to become a real magician. In this book you'll learn how to contact spirits, invoke gods (archetypes), make talismans, and become invisible.

James Herbert "Herbie" Brennan (born Ireland, 5 July 1940) is a lecturer and the author of over 100 fiction and non-fiction books for adults, teens, and children. Brennan's Man, Myth & Magic was published by Yaquinto Publications in 1982; he had originally started developing it as a much smaller RPG called Arena, but the game continued to grow from its Roman has as he developed i. 164 Brennan also designed Timeship, the last roleplaying game published by Yaquinto Publications.

The Atlantis Enigma" Has anyone read The Atlantis Enigma by Herbie Brennan? . Thread starter matthyaouw. Start date May 5, 2005.

The Atlantis Enigma" Has anyone read The Atlantis Enigma by Herbie Brennan? A friend reccomended it to me, saying certain bits were worth a read  .

The first title in a mind-blowing new series that will force you to rethink everything you've ever been taught in science lessons at school. From the internationally bestselling author of Faerie Wars and the popular Handbook series. I never believed in Atlantis. It didn't fit anything I'd been taught about pre-history. Then I started looking at the facts. And discovered everything I'd been taught about prehistory was just plain wrong. If you suspect they're selling you a crock of bilge as well, it's time you read this book

Items related to Herbie Brennan's Forbidden Truths: Atlantis. The first title in a mind-blowing new series that will force you to rethink everything you've ever been taught in science lessons at school.

Items related to Herbie Brennan's Forbidden Truths: Atlantis. Herbie Brennan Herbie Brennan's Forbidden Truths: Atlantis. ISBN 13: 9780571223138.


Geny Geny
Wow! This is quite the book to read! As I've stated before, Herbie Brennan obviously likes doing research. He presents the information for you the reader not as entertainment, but as a learning tool. His books make you want to learn more about the subjects he's writing. As a nice compliment to this book, I'd recommend reading his book, "The Secret History of Ancient Egypt." Also, "Martian Genesis: The Extraterrestrial Origins of the Human Race." The information given to the reader doesn't make you feel like it's being forced down your throat. In fact, there are times when you may shake your head and say "that's not possible," but then Mr. Brennan shows you evidence to the contrary and you find yourself saying, "maybe it is possible." Interesting reads for people. I also find myself reading books by Sylvia Browne after reading Mr. Brennan's books and finding that his research seems to back up her statements about past, present, and (possible) future events. Again, not being forced down your throat, the facts are just out there for the reader to interpret. Enjoy!!
Liarienen Liarienen
This book, despite the fact it has no pictures, is one of the best anyone will find on current Atlantis lore - a very pleasant surprise. Brennan very carefully builds his hypothesis for not only Atlantis, but what brought about it's end. Readers may not agree with his final solution (a fragment of a supernova affected all the planets of the Milky Way to one extent or another, in the process, bringing about ruin to the lost continent), but how he reaches his conclusion is both deliberate and unmistakable. They should also bear in mind that no one has as yet even figured out what ended the Ice Age twelve thousand years ago (coincidentally the date that Plato also gives for the destruction of Atlantis), and this theory is as sound as any other. The idea that the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter was once a tenth planet was definitely news to me - it resolves some of the mysteries of the galaxy while at the same time, creating new ones.
This book not only poses some excellent points, it's very intelligent and well-written, too. Brennan clearly knows how to make a book read well and this one is hard to put down. He is the first author I have seen that has actually reconsidered the idea of the extent that there even was an Ice Age (Brennan claims it existed, but says the ice was hardly as widespread as is now thought, the earth, like today, still had it's warm areas). He uncovers evidence of massive ditch-building and other large scale building works done in the Americas on the scale reputed by Atlantis. He also cites geological evidence that the massive Atlantic Ridge was above sea level in the not too distant past (it's hard to believe that that idea is even up for dispute since, if one accept the idea of an Ice Age, one also has realize that the oceans would have to also be much lower, much of their water being trapped within the ice). The background information on how the theory of the Ice Age first came into being and other historical points was very helpful, too. Very carefully, Brennan explains the logic and reasonings behind many long established scientific theories, then, just as carefully, tears them all down.
This book definitely needed more publicity to go along with it's findings when it came out and it's a shame that it's now out of print. Not only a very plausible, well-thought out book on Atlantis, but a very entertaining read, too. Even if one has only a passing interest in ancient history, they'll be interested in this one.
Windworker Windworker
This is an extremely well documented study of alternate Ice Age theories and does an excellent job outlining and explaining the bizzarre simultaneous occurences on Earth 11,600 years ago. Brennan outlines and explains in detail with well researched facts a plethora of simultaneous anomolies that happened during the aforementioned date in such a way that there is very little left to debate. Walking away from this book after double checking Brennan's resources, it can't be denied that all the facts he provides prove that a major catastrophe happened on Earth and in its solar system precisely 11,600 years ago. It also gives a highly likely cause of the catastrophe, the Vela F Supernova, and it is hard to argue for another cause after faced with Brennan's facts.
What's more, Brennan doesn't jump to wild conclusions like Zechariah Sitchin. There is no need to bring aliens or genetic engineering into the discussion to explain the anomolies of our ancient past, so Brennan doesn't go there. His explanations are more convincing, more fact based, and definitely more believable. Everyone who has been programmed by the current education system should read this book in order to allow their minds to question accepted doctrines that just don't make sense to the informed person.

J. Lyon Layden
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Gavinranadar Gavinranadar
I was drawn to this book because of its title. Brennan presents an interesting theory with a lot of background and factual evidence. Atlantis, however, is not the main theme of this book. The themes are actually (1) the idea that scientists have been wrong about the Ice Age all along and (2) the possibility of the catastrophic entry into the earth's presence of a visiting cosmic fragment of some kind. In other words, where did Atlantis go, all of a sudden? While at first the reader feels like scoffing -- oh, sure, no Ice Age, right -- one is drawn into the web created by the author's presentation. The amazing thing is that I found a kind of support for his theory in a totally bizarre place -- on a Christian Web site supporting a literal interpretation of the Bible. These people described Noah's flood and the sudden raising of mountains in almost the same way as this book's author. Makes you think! The book really could have used some illustrations to support the narrative -- not that I can't read a book without pictures! But he talks about the positions of planets, etc., and I sometimes had a hard time figuring out what he meant. The author talks about fascinating premises regarding global pre-history. For similar subject ideas, check out Zechariah Sitchin or Graham Hancock and the Flem-Aths. So, in the end, do I believe it? I don't know. That's not the point. The point is that it creates an amazing place for my mind to travel. A place of possibilities. And my mind just loves to travel to that place -- again and again.