Secrets Of The Serpent

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Secrets of the Serpent: In Search of the Sacred Past by Philip Gardiner

Across time and across the world, an ancient serpent cult once dominated

mankind. Then a great battle ensued and Christianity stamped it's authority on

the face of the planet. Now, after years of research, the real religious history of

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Secrets of the Serpent: In Search of the Sacred Past by Philip Gardiner

Across time and across the world, an ancient serpent cult once dominated

mankind. Then a great battle ensued and Christianity stamped it's authority on

the face of the planet. Now, after years of research, the real religious history of

the world can be told. In Secrets of the Serpent, Philip Gardiner for the first

time reveals the world's most mysterious places were once sacred to the Serpent

Cult. The history and mythology of the so-called reptilian agenda and alien

visitation in ancient times now has a solid opponent - giving answers for the

many symbols and myths often confused by those who believe in such things.

In Secrets of the Serpent, the author reveals the real "bloodline" spoken of by

Dan Brown in the Da Vinci Code- it was in fact a serpent bloodline.

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

The Serpent Grail, Gnosis: The Secret of Solomon's Temple Revealed and

Proof - Does God Exist? He has appeared on hundreds of radio and television

programs worldwide speaking on religion and propaganda. He has infiltrated

various secret societies and been initiated into Orders many people had thought

were long forgotten. Committed to the constant struggle to uncover the real history

of mankind and the unraveling of manipulative propaganda, he has come up against

many obstacles and yet in his book, The Serpent Grail he reveals a truth about the

Holy Grail that gained the backing of academia and scholars.

The truth shall be found in the Secrets of the Serpent

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780977790432
  • Publisher: Reality Press
  • Publication date: 6/1/2006
  • Pages: 156
  • Sales rank: 591,130
  • Product dimensions: 0.36 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 9.00 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 27, 2008

    Challenging Beliefs

    This history and mythology about serpents and 'alien agenda' will challenge many people's beliefs, and is not kind to the idea of organized religion. If you can accept that and be open to the mythology this is a very interesting read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 17, 2007

    Wish I would have had a book like this 10 years ago

    Gardiner really brings some interesting info to the surface and ties it all together nicely. Recommended.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 14, 2006

    A twisting tale

    The name Philip Gardiner has been brought to our attention more and more recently and then all of a sudden we receive a signed copy (wow) of this amazing tome through the post from the man himself! If you are unaware of the subject matter then its gonna get you right between the eyes. On the other hand, if you think you know absolutely everything about serpent mythology, tough, its still gonna get you right between the eyes! Take it gently, one chapter at a time and let it sink in. Question every sentance. Scream at every full stop. Because thats what they are gonna do to you! Philip, in his amazing litery manner takes you from pre history to the present, exploring the links between names, quantum science, bloodlines and even touches upon the holy grail. Is nothing sacred? Absolutely, but at least you know WHY by the end of this fascinating and absorbing book. Read it if you dare!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 3, 2006

    ***** You Are Wise as a Serpent *****

    No single book that I have read over the past 15 years offers the reader so much wisdom for so little time and money invested. Indeed, as an often quoted researcher, writer, and speaker on these topics myself, I was especially shocked to see the depth of knowledge displayed on the topic of the ANKH alone. As this is one of the true Old World secrets surrounding the science of soul teachings in the Mystery Schools of Egypt most recently brought back to our attention in the revelations of the late Harvard psychiatrist John Mack, MD in his classic text on UFOs and alien abductions as well as systems theorist Dr. Paul LaViolette's treatise on the Science of Continuous Creation. In brief, if you know the symbolic meaning of the 'crooked-cross,' you grasp the flow of life force energy throughout the cosmos and the cycle of life, death, and rebirth. More so, if you decode the ANKH you understand what is about to transpire circa 2012 with respect to WWIII, the rapture, and the Second Coming of Christ Consciousness at the End Time. Here is an excerpt from Gardiner's soon-to-be runaway bestseller: 'The Ankh is the Crux Ansata. A simple T-Cross, surmounted by an oval ¿ called the RU, which is, simply put, the gateway to enlightenment. This enigmatic symbol of Egypt represents `eternal life¿ and was often found in the names of Pharaoh¿s such as Tut-ankh-amun. The symbol is often depicted being held by a god to a Pharaoh, giving him life, or held by a Pharaoh to his people, giving them life ¿ this basically set aside the immortals, from the mortals, for anyone wearing or carrying the Ankh had gained or hoped to gain immortality. In truth also, the pharaoh was God on earth and so he held his own symbol of the sun and the serpent to his people ¿ he was the sun, giving us life, just as it does in nature. It is the loop (the RU or gateway) of the Ankh, which is held by the immortals to the nostrils (as in the Biblical god breathing life into the nostrils of Adam.) If indeed these `immortals¿ are the sun, moon and stars, then this Ru device is indeed a gateway to the stars ¿ or basically a gateway to what we were believed to return or become following death. The Ankh though outlived Egyptian domination and was widely used by the Christians as their first cross, but in this symbol holds a clue to the secret of the serpent.' In a nutshell, buy this book today and don't leave our home planet without it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 6, 2006

    Classic

    This is as much a classic as Manly P. Hall's The Secret Teachings of All Ages. It maybe be thinner, but there is as much in there to learn from. Clear, precise and to the point, Gardiner clears the rubbish out of our way and firmly places the serpent as the ultimate goal of ancient man's belief systems. Incredible stuff and a real eye opener.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 28, 2006

    Serpent Cults

    Philip Gardiner, in this book discussed how the earliest civilisations were influenced by the serpent. It's one of those books that makes you think 'how come I've never picked up on this before'. His writing is effortless and clearly Mr Gardiner is someone who does his homework.He makes connections that offer new insights into our history, and it's written like a detectives account. Wonderful!

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