Merlin And The Discovery Of Avalon In The New World

Merlin And The Discovery Of Avalon In The New World

eBook - 2005
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Graham Phillips' 20-year investigation of the mythic figure, Merlin, uncovers historical evidence that the legend is based on the life of a real man: the son of a Roman consul who, in the fifth century A.D., became the last of the Romans to rule Britain. Further, that he died and was buried in what is now the United States. Phillips follows a trail of clues that leads to a mysterious New England tomb. Here an encrypted message reveals not only the whereabouts of Merlin's grave, but evidence that Merlin's descendants survive, and may once again ascend the British throne.
Publisher: Rochester Inner Traditions / Bear & Company 2005
ISBN: 9781591439011
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc

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Nov 03, 2009

New Age books about the ancient history usually fall into 1 of 2 catagories: 1. Written in a diary style or discovery or 2. Written citing many "proofs" which usually come from other "New Age" books. This book starts in category 1, but in this case it is necessary to almost develop a plot! For some reason there is a race to see who can discover the true resting place of the fabled Merlin. The chase is on! And there is an unbelievable ending, that really surprised me.

If you really want to cut to the chase, you can read the final chapter, because it completely summarized the entire book. I'd would like to see more information and photos of the "Avalon" island.


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