August 14, 2016
Lost Secrets of the Gods had an interesting premise as a book. However, this book was poorly executed.
While the book had some notable data to glean, it still falls really short given that many of the essays are weren’t as in-depth as they could have been, and the other essays do not push the envelope and play it safe. A few were downright boring, and that’s not said lightly. That’s actually sad considering the field of ancient civilizations et al is oft-riddled with mystery.
There were a few noteworthy essays though. Predictably these are from Marrs, Frank Joseph and Redfern.
In a field where imagination and possibilities abound given how much isn’t known, this book felt rather run of the mill even for alternative research.
There is quite a bit of data to glean , it just depends on how much research someone has undertaken.
The book features information on Secret Societies, ‘Monsters’, Atlantis, Ancient Cosmologies, Giants in History, Ancient Astronaut Theory and much more.
Once one views those topics above, one would imagine that this book would be absolute dynamite. And it could have been, but unfortunately it was quite lackluster.
If you are interested in any of the above topics, then would suggest researching any of the above topics in depth in individual books focusing on the specific subjects as much more information will be gathered/learned that way rather than giving them a cursory glance within this book.