Friday, February 11, 2011

Zolar's Encyclopedia of Ancient and Forbidden Secrets (1992)

Publisher: Lux Occulta Press | ISBN-10: n/a | Year: 2011 | Pages: 200 | Pdf | 4,1 MB | About the Author: X | Google Images: X

The knowledge in this book is helpful to understand the belief systems of other religions, other thought patterns and different forms of logical thinking. While not every presented topic can be accepted as irreversible "truths" or point to the the key to salvation (which it does not), the book does serve as an educational tool in Liberal Arts. There are also clues to the mode of operation of the Enemy of Man.

The author is highly educated, as evidenced by his clean sentences and knowledge ability. It is pleasant to read after the onslaught of late 1970's and 1980's shallow, mass-market "self-help" books that were loaded with outdated buzzwords. This book is also well written, and contributes to the overall knowledge of the life-long scholar, or to anyone who loves and respects knowledge. It helps break the barriers of two-dimensional thinking.

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