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The Stargate Conspiracy: The Truth about Extraterrestrial life and the Mysteries of Ancient Egypt

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 3, 2005

    Excellent work

    Wow! What a great topic to write about. With all the coverups these days, we all need some clarification who are we, and where did we come from? This are the questions I want. Good work.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 12, 2005

    Great Book

    Great book. Clive and Picknett do a great job of explaining through all of the egyptian mumbo jumbo. A must read for anyone who is into sci-fi or ancient egypt.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 29, 2001

    The Stargate Is Within You

    Excellent investigation into the recent exploitation of the ancient Heliopolitan religion. Certain writers and researchers have been promoting a 'new religion' that seems to hold some old patriarchal and racial views. After uncovering faulty logic and possible agendas, Picknett and Prince put the ancient religion in proper perspective and propose an interesting explanation for the advanced knowledge of the ancient Egyptians. Unfortunately this book is not indexed, but it has plenty of footnotes and an extensive bibliography.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 16, 2014

    Falling from Cloud Nine ~ Part Three

    || One Month Later ||
    <p>
    Jack paced the gateroom, waiting for Daniel to appear. It was their first mission since Samantha's death. Dr. Frasier had been hesitant to let him go. Her excuse was "joint problems." He knew otherwise.
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    Also, they were going back to the same planet. P3X-91. Teal'c watched him, standing firmy at the base of the ramp.
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    Finally, Daniel trotted in, his dark hair swept back in a bandana.
    <p>
    Jack sighed and signalled to the control area. The stargate hummed to life, the glyphs lighting up as the great disk spun.
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    The Event-horizon lashed out at them as the wormhole stabalized. Jack glanced around at his remaining team and stepped ono the ramp. He paused at the foot of the stargate as General Hammond's voice crackled onto the intercom.
    <p>
    "Check in in two hours, Colonel."
    <p>
    Jack tipped the bill of his hat. "Will do, General." With that, he turned and stepped through the shimmering blue wall.
    <p>
    He breathed in the deep earthy smell of P3X-91, a pang of guilt and pain flashing through him.
    <p>
    "You okay, Jack?" Daniel inquired.
    <p>
    "Yep." He sighed and began heading for the temple, just as he had a month ago. He bit his tongue to keep from calling Carter's name.
    <p>
    They made their way to where the beast had been killed, now only the decaying carcass and a few bones left behind. Jack gave it a look of disgust and padded through the tunnel behind it.
    <p>
    He paused only a moment at the rusty brown stain dotting the cobblestone in the tunnel. He swallowed and pressed on, fingers tense on his gun.
    <p>
    A dim glow eminated from a room before them. Silently, Jack motioned for Daniel and Teal'c to take the opposite side.
    <p>
    They complied, trying to peer into the room without being seen.
    <p>
    Jack made out a lithe figure, a wooden staff tipped with a sharp knife held almost awkwardly. Its face was obscurred by mud, but the figure was obviously female, dressed in animal pelts and plant fibers.
    <p>
    He looked at Daniel and Teal'c and held up a single finger, rising slowly. He stepped into the room, warm light making spots dance before his eyes.
    <p>
    The figure let out a startled cry, spear raised in defence.
    <p>
    Jack raised his hands, trying to show he he meant no harm; the guard, as she appeared, didn't relax. He could feel Teal'c and Daniel standing a few feet behind him.
    <p>
    "Look, we don't want to hurt you. Now why don't you just put the stick down---"
    <p>
    The women faltered as he spoke, her dirty face twisting in confusion. Jack took a step forward, hands still raised.
    <p>
    As quick as a viper, the women pulled something from her waist and slipped it on. She raised her hand and a bright flashed zapped from the small object.
    <p>
    Jack stumbled back as a sharp pain coursed through his left side; he drew his hand away, burnt flesh and scarlet blood dripping from it.
    <p>
    Teal'c wasted no time in action. He pulled his Zat gun from his belt and a wave of blue energy enveloped the women. She collapsed onto the cood floor.
    <p>
    Jack gritted his teeth in pain, panting. "Looks like we got a prisoner, Boys." He muttered.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2012

    Good read!

    You really have to be in groove to follow this work but if you are looking for information on conspiracy theory it has it.

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