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What do the three most evil symbols for Christianity - 666, the pentagram and the snake - have in common?

Quite possibly one of the most amazing discoveries of all time, The Viking Serpent reveals an ancient and incredible legacy placed upon the landscape of Norway. Best-selling author Philip Gardiner takes us on a journey into Norway to meet author, Harald S. Boehlke who has uncovered this amazing mystery in the land of the Norse.

Travel with us into the very heart of ancient serpent worship as we unravel the sacred language of our ancestors. The Viking Serpent is a discovery on the scale of the Great Pyramids of Egypt and the Lost Tomb of Jesus, holding ancient truths of wisdom from a lost, yet highly sacred Church. Prepare to be stunned by the ramifications of this incredible find, and embark on a journey into a forgotten time and land.

©2008 Reality Entertainment (P)2008 Reality Entertainment

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Not the book at all

I usually get the unabridged versions. This one states that it's abridged, but it's not even the book. It's from a movie/tv show. It should NOT be sold as an audio book. It's the worst thing I've ever purchased from Audible, I too would like my money back.

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Worthless

Audio sounds like it was recorded on a cassette player, much of the time is just transistional music noise. Should not be sold as an Audio book. Wish I had read reviews before purchasing.

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  • Alex
  • mahpoac, NY, United States
  • 02-05-09

Not an audio book

This is the sound track from a DVD of the same name. If this subject is of interest, then get the DVD. You will be wanting to see the visuals to go with the sounds you hear.

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Extremely disappointing!

Listed at an hour and 40 minutes long, most of it is spent in music, and not really anything "Viking" in nature. The narrarator talks in bits and pieces, putting the "story" together, but it's pieced together so slowly that it becomes uninteresting.
From 1 hr. 21 min. on, it is a totally different subject that doesn't have anything to do with "The Viking Serpent," rather deals in Native American information.
Can I have my money back?!!!

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Interesting topic but terrible audio file

What disappointed you about The Viking Serpent?

The topic is very interesting to me but the quality was very poor and the music was out of place. Much of what the guy talks about is a map that you can't even see. I was confused the entire time. While the person talking did appear to make an incredible discovery it is hard to figure out what that is. very little information on Serpent Worship.

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There was much to much music in it.

This book sounded more like a TV documentary recorded by a cell phone and then turned into an audiobook. The information was cool, but it could have been much shorter if the musical interludes were taken out. I really regret using one of my $20 monthly credits for this.

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  • Simon
  • 04-06-11

Soundtrack to a documentary

Unless you need to listen to a poor quality, unedited audio only version of a documentary you can watch on YouTube then avoid.

It makes little sense with vocal descriptions of things we can't see and long quiet spaces and terrible music.

It made me watch the video and it is an interesting subject and i will definitely buy the book now.

Just I was hoping this was the book...

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