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Philip Gardiner is the best selling author of The Shining Ones, The

Serpent Grail and Gnosis:

The Secret of Solomon's Temple Revealed. He has a degree in Strategic

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Overview

Philip Gardiner is the best selling author of The Shining Ones, The

Serpent Grail and Gnosis:

The Secret of Solomon's Temple Revealed. He has a degree in Strategic

Marketing and several

diploma's ranging in subjects from etymology to holistic medicine. He

lives in the heart of Robin

Hood country in the UK and travels the world on a personal quest to

uncover the truth. Although

he has been asked on numerous occasions to become "a member" of several

institutions, Philip has

strictly refused on the grounds of independence, seeing membership of

certain organizations as being

overtly influential on his research and understanding of the truths of

mankind. Before retiring to dedicate

his time to researching and writing, Philip was a Marketing Director and

owner of a company in the UK.

Part of this role included giving lectures on the art and history of

marketing and propaganda to various

organizations including certain government bodies and companies. Philip

began his writing career with

a book entitled, "Proof: Does God Exist?" Published in 2002 and followed

this up with his best selling

"The Shining Ones: The World's Most Powerful Secret Society Revealed",

which become a top seller

in the UK. Reality Press is proud to offer a new edition of Mr.

Gardiners first book, "Proof: Does God Exist?".

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780977790418
  • Publisher: Reality Press
  • Publication date: 3/1/2006
  • Pages: 200
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.46 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 20, 2008

    Skeptics Welcome!

    Philip Gardiner figures if you¿re interested in this book, you have questions. He further realizes that what he has to say won¿t be readily accepted by a lot of people because it challenges very basic tenets of many people¿s lives: religion, belief, and faith He may also change your perception of god. With information ranging from quantum physics to Christianity, he explores a plethora of questions¿maybe even yours! Enquiring minds go forward!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 17, 2007

    Unbiased

    Usually people discussing this subject are so opinionated that you never get any objectivity. Really liked Gardiner's unbiased approach. Highly credible.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 1, 2006

    About time

    It is about time we had an 'on the fence' opinion, rather than either an atheist or a believer spouting their own propaganda. Gardiner has eruditely expressed what many think and dare not say in this all encompassing book that simply goes where none dare. From Christ to Chrishna, he works through the information in a challenging and in fact enjoyable way that I found impossible to put down. I fully endorse this book and would say to all people that search for truth not to look for it in fiction like the Da Vinci Code, but to seek out scholars such as Gardiner.

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