April 28, 2006
Merlin and the Discovery of Avalon in the New World
By Graham Phillips
Publisher: Bear & Company (October 2005)
Pages: 231 - Price: $16.00
Review by Lee Prosser - email@example.com
One of the most complete looks at Merlin, this book will charm you with its fast-paced writing style and abundance of factual data! Known throughout the world as the wizard of Camelot, guardian of the Holy Grail, and counselor to King Arthur, Merlin is now believed to have been the son of a Roman consul in the fifth century CE.
According to all the legends, Merlin died on the mystical island of Avalon. Yet other sources tell how Merlin left Britain on a boat bound for the West and died in the United States. Further information found in the works of William Shakespeare and the intricately coded writings of the Freemasons say Merlin was buried in New England.
The historical clues are in-depth, and the information intriguing. The exact whereabouts of Merlin's grave is revealed and contains precise evidence that the descendants of Merlin still survive.
Through a merger with the Spencer family of Princess Diana, these descendants may once again ascend to the British throne. The last two chapters of the book will surprise the reader!
The notes, chronology of historical events, and bibliography add to the book. This is a fine book, one to savor and read again.
Graham Phillips is the author of many books, among them The Virgin Mary Conspiracy and Atlantis and the Ten Plagues of Egypt. For those further interested in his writing, his website is www.grahamphillips.net
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