This secretive brotherhood emerged seemingly from nowhere with a sacred message for those with the eyes to see it. Their message is just as relevant today as it was in ancient times, and Gilbert re-introduces us to their teachings.
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Albeit the cover and the audio sample were intriguing, the lecture was not. There was about thirty minutes of lecture and then student questions. The topic was interesting, but the presentation was superficial and minimal.
This is an introduction to the Invisible College and doesn't have anything of value in it. This should really be offered for free.
"overpriced for a run of the mill lecture"
it's a lecture not a book and this needs specifying. I bought this believing the information provided... turns out that this is a rambling, unstructured lecture that is delivered by a nervous, characterless voice. It seems more about the authors experiences than the subject matter, which is not why I bough this book.
it just feels like it lacks substance... we're told at the beginning that there's a set of lectures on the subject... well that's what I thought I'd bought, where are they?
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