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Publisher's Summary

Welcome to the romantic and mysterious world of Royston Cave, England. Filled with Templar symbolism and folklore. What was it for? Who created it and why? The Templars are well-known to have been the catalyst for many of the great mysteries, such as the Holy Grail and King Arthur. But what is the truth? Sylvia Beamon is the world leading expert on this enigmatic cave andshe tells all.
What is the Book of Enoch? When was it written? What secrets does it hold? Author David Humphreys explains why he has spent years unravelling this ancient document.
©2009 World Wide Multi Media; (P)2009 World Wide Multi Media
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By Patrick Weldon on 12-10-11

Awful, horrible, dreadful !!

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

I purchased this because of a keen interest in both the Templars, and the completely unrelated subject of the lost biblical Book of Enoch. However this is pure drivel and lacks even the briefest amount of knowledge. Apparently the interviewer knows nothing about either subject, and the writers are horrifying boring, bland, and dry. The writer of the Enoch book is simply appalling! He cannot stop preaching about the destruction of the modern world from

Would you be willing to try another one of Philip Gardiner’s performances?

Not a chance. No way!

Any additional comments?

Horrifyinly Awful !!

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By Wadie on 09-23-12

Disappointing

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

The desription of the audiobook was misleading. the product is subpar. A better structured and qulaity product with presentation of clear logical information.

Would you ever listen to anything by Sylvia Beamon and David Humphreys again?

no

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

No

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