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Publisher's Summary

Join the world-renowned expert Adrian Gilbert (a best-selling author of numerous books on the subject including The Orion Mystery) as he explores the creation of a new Jerusalem by our ancestors.

Gilbert discusses sacred geometry, astronomy, Freemasonry, Knights Templar, Druids, London, Glastonbury, the Great Pyramid, and how the Kings of Britain saw themselves as the sons of David. This program is a must for all those seeking wisdom. Did our ancestors understand more than us? All the answers and much more will be explained.

This is a unique program filled with wisdom and insight that you'll be able to listen to again and again. A must for all of those on the path to enlightenment. Part 11 of a series of Invisible College lectures, you'll want to collect the whole set.World Wide Multi Media brings you quality content from around the globe.

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Some design issues needed some more explanation, but it was ok overall. Informative and surprisimg

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This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

This may be a lecture for British students, not for wider international audience

What was most disappointing about Adrian Gilbert’s story?

The book is not about Knights Templar or Freemasons as declared in the title, though they are mentioned a few times in the narrative.<br/>

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

The narrative was not interesting, a lot of repetition, the movement of the narrative is not dynamic, the author obviously uses some maps or slides, which are not visible for the listener. The story about Sacred Geometry is opened a little bit, the creation of New Jerusalem in Britain is in the center.

Any additional comments?

I regretted I bought this book