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Don’t bother. If anyone could have told me that a book on the Bible from the pagan point of view could have been totally tedious before I got past the preface, I probably wouldn’t have believed it. I’d have been wrong. Fat book – tedious prose – ridiculous notions – make up a big fat zero. Read full review
Not for everyone. Basic structural theology with a historical perspective. Graham seems anti Christian, but a closer examination of his thesis reveals he is anti " priestly-class"; an idea he explains, and that transcends dogma. A primer on the occult that is not devil worship. His interpretations of Bible stories are interesting but not the only valid view. Frightening if the reader expects to approach this work as an apologist or defender. Cannot be read in a linear fashion; the ideas double back and spring forward in a complex but deliberate manner; there are dead ends and blank walls; a false flag or two: all designed to frustrate the uninitiated or un-enlightened. Requires a good deal of non reading thought and patience. Unique.