Saturday, December 22, 2012

Mysteries of the World, by Herbert Genzmer

If you're the sort of person who prefers that questions be clearly answered, or that there is at least enough of a logic trail to enable you to come up with potential answers, then you are not going to like this book.

Some of the topics, like the megalithic temples of Malta, Stonehenge, or the spirals at Newgrange, are real mysteries.   It would have been great if the book had provided considerably more information about them.

Some of the topics are at a completely different end of the spectrum of interest: levitation, stigmata, UFOs, and sea monsters.  Yikes.

Sadly, this isn't a keeper.

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