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Summary

Prepare to step into the world of magic, mystery, and myth as Steve Mitchell reveals the truth about ancient stone monuments, crop circles, and the world of dragon lore.

Linking quantum theory with UFOs, paranormal phenomena, and the wisdom of our ancestors, Mitchell answers questions that modern scientists and archeologists are loath to address.

What is the real purpose and function of stone circles? How are they linked to the crop-circle and UFO phenomena? Was it by chance, or did an elder human race really have intricate knowledge of the dynamics of inter-dimensional reality hundreds of thousands of years ago? Are we alone or part of a multi-dimensional universe with the keys to other worlds at our very fingertips?

©2008 Reality Entertainment (P)2008 Reality Entertainment

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  • Amy
  • 10-06-08

The Music is Great......

But the text is much too weak. The narrator reminds me of someone reading a song in the late 60s/early 70s about Atlantis. A beatuiful voice but not much to say.

I've listened to this 3 times and I still can't tell you what its about. I get lost in the music and the soothing voice.