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Book Reviews Perceptions Magazine, November 2015

by: Brent Raynes

Bloodline of the Gods:
Unravel the Mystery of the Human Blood Type
to Reveal the Aliens Among Us
by Nick Redfern

New Page Books
A division of The Career Press, Inc.
12 Parish Drive
Wayne, NJ
2015, 256 pages, US $16.99, 6 x 9 Paperback
ISBN: 978-1-60163-365-1

Reviewed by Brent Raynes

You mention the RH Negative bloodline to the average, seasoned ufologist and they’re automatically going to think of the acclaimed Brad Steiger’s many, many references through the years of this being a significant trait that he found among the thousands of UFO/paranormal experiencers that he surveyed and referred to as “star people” and “star seeds.” Now noted writer Nick Redfern has joined in on this controversial and thought-provoking discussion with something that had not previously been done on this explorative theme, and that was to pen an entire book exhaustively delving into the evidence and questions surrounding this particular subject exclusively.

In this intriguing book, Nick takes us through the hard and conventional known history, the people and science behind the RH Negative bloodline, and of course wades through the theories and speculations about there being a possible genetic carry over from previous extraterrestrial life forms.

This is a fascinating exploration of the whole alien/RH Negative issue with all of the facts and figures that are currently available for you to begin your own research into this controversial matter.


The Soul of Ancient Egypt:
Restoring the Spiritual Engine of the World
By Robert Bauval and Ahmed Osman

Bear & Company, division of Inner Traditions International
One Park Street
Rochester, Vermont 05767
2015, 256 pages, US $18.00, 6 x 9 Paperback
ISBN: 978-1-59143-186-2

Reviewed by Brent Raynes

Noted authors Robert Bauval and Ahmed Osman, well-known already for their previous writings on Egyptian history and spirituality, have together produced in this new book, The Soul of Ancient Egypt, an exhaustive examination of an enlightened civilization that once flourished in Egypt for some three millennia, in a state of spiritual balance and harmony that the ancient Egyptians referred to as “living in Maat.” However, for the last two thousand years this former land of Maat has suffered many occupations by hostile forces who wish to take control of this country for themselves, from the ancient Roman conquest right up to the modern Islamic campaign to extinguish Egypt’s spiritual roots.

Bauval and Osman present their case for how the tide should be turned and how people should once again re-embrace the original tenets of Egyptian civilization and recreate that ancient but formerly effective model for “living in Maat.”


Atlantis & Lemuria: The Lost Continents Revealed!
By Tom T. Moore

Light Technology Publishing
PO Box 3540
Flagstaff, AZ 86003
2015, 256 pages, US $16.95, 6 x 9 Softcover
ISBN: 978-1-62233-037-9

Reviewed by Brent Raynes

Besides being the president and CEO of his own international motion picture and TV program distribution business, Tom T. Moore is also an accomplished author and avid meditator. In his meditations, he claims that he communicates with Theo, a “golden light being” who he believes to be his guardian angel, as well as a Gaia, Mother Earth type presence. In this book, we are provided the information, knowledge, and insights that these entities allegedly gave their earth channel. It represents seven years worth of questions and responses regarding the lost and controversial continents known as Atlantis and Lemuria.

Information revealed from these mediations include details on Adam and Eve, what daily life in Atlantis and Lemuria was like, the origin of the Great Flood story, the fall of both continents, and much more.


The Anunnaki Chronicles:
A Zecharia Sitchin Reader
Edited by Janet Sitchin

Bear & Company, division of Inner Traditions International
One Park Street
Rochester, Vermont 05767
2015, 384 pages, US $24.00, 6 x 9 Hardcover
ISBN: 978-1-59143-229-6

Reviewed by Brent Raynes

This book’s editor, Janet Sitchin, is a niece of the late and noted historical scholar Zecharia Sitchin, who was well-known for his books that explored ancient astronaut themes and for his ability to actually read and interpret ancient Sumerian and Akkadian clay tablets. This book includes previously unpublished articles and lectures by the scholarly Sitchin, as well as carefully selected chapters from his Earth Chronicles series.

Janet Sitchin was her uncle’s lecture assistant for many of his seminars and is a webmaster for his website: www.sitchin.com. She is also a data-integration expert with a degree in computer science.

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