Nothing in This Book Is True, but It's Exactly How Things Are : The Esoteric Meaning of the Monuments on Mars by Bob Frissell (1994, Paperback)
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|This text asks such questions as what connects the Earth, Mars, Sirius, the 12th planet and the Sphinx? The author claims to have found the answers from Drunvalo Melchizedek, who became his witness-guide to the ancient history and immediate future of the planet.|
|Number Of Pages||230 pages|
|Publisher||North Atlantic Books|
|LC Classification Number||QB641.F75 1994|
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- evolving_door_1...Apr 2, 2009by
A must read for anyone!
I read this book years ago and purchased it again for a friend because some of the topics in this book are fascinating and written so as to be easy to read. Very interesting Book!!
- janine936Feb 21, 2008by
Nothing in This Book Is True, but It's Exactly How ...
I was amazed at this book. Admittedly, the introduction was so far out there that I almost didn't read it, but once into it, I was hooked. If you can keep an open mind, there is a ton of information in there that may stike chords of disquieting memory... I was on the Internet for days while reading it, checking on the information in it. Frissell covers everything from Sacred Geometry and the Tree of Life, to who the gray aliens are, to how human beings will evolve in a type of unity consciousness. If you are looking for something to link everything together,and want something to stretch your imagination to the many possibilities, this is a fascinating read...
- 3201dianneJun 8, 2007by
Nothing in This Book is True: But it's Exactly How Thin
I loved this first book by Bob Frissell and I bought it because I had read another book by him: "You Are a Spiritual Being Having a Human Experience" which I was absolutely fascinated with. Frissell has some extremely interesting theories which at first I found difficult to take seriously. However, the more I read with an open mind, the more interested I became in knowing as much as I could about them. I ended up reading all three of his books plus several others he had cited as sources. Frissell explains about Merkaba, Melchizedeks, Sacred Geometry and much more. His 20 Connected Breaths is something I have incorporated in my life and has become life-changing for me. This was an exceptional find for me and I recommend this reading for anyone who is open to possibility and eager to know a different way. Bob Frissell certainly will open those doors for you.Read full review
- shamballa2006Jun 3, 2009by
Nothing in this book is True.....
Good information for the occultist and alternative historian. Add it to your collection, you wont be disappointed.
- greatestviewJul 4, 2006by
Waste of Time
My firend had read a couple chapters of this book and said it was intriguing. i decided to but it off E-bay; i was not intriguied, to say the least. This book it fiiled with government alien conspiracy unformation that a squirrel wouldn't even buy into. Very poorly written as well. Nothing in this book is true, or worth reading.