Christianity has suddenly become an open book to me, and I realise that a lot of the dogma forced on me through my education is a myth and lacks any substance from the gospels. I now see the historical Jesus from a totally different perspective and realise that he was actually human in every respect. I no longer feel guilty and I recommend this challenging book thoroughly.
I bought it. I read it. I'm still not certain what to think. This book will appeal most strongly to people who enjoy "conspiracy" logic, Bible Code, and Book of Revelations theories. It doesn't address any of those topics, per se, but it's along the same challenging line of thought. This book shows (coincidental?) ties between Celtic beliefs, early Christianity, chakras, aromatherapy, mystical practices from India and the East, Golden Triangles, early architecture of temples, Masonic and Egyptian symbols, and more. Whether you take this seriously or chuckle through the concepts, you'll find some intriguing material in these pages.