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About the discovery of God on the edge of the universe

(Published in GralsWelt 40/2006) By Helmut Hansen, Verlag Via Nova, 36100 Petersberg. The present book has a surprising title, which at first suggests highly esoteric explanations full of transcendent speculations. Then you are pleasantly surprised when reading it, because it is a thoroughly factual work that is worth reading. First of all, [...]

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The SK principle

(Published in GralsWelt 36/2005) by Erich Visotschnig / Siegfried Schrotta Carl Ueberreuter, Vienna, 2005 When I came across this book for a review, I thought: “Again one of those advisors, which are sometimes very funny, occasionally even interesting ideas that can hardly be put into practice. "Then the surprise: I hold the book [...]

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Honorary salvation for a misunderstood king?

(Published in GralsWelt 35/2005) Even those who hardly know Bavarian history can at least name the name of a King of Bavaria: Ludwig II, about whom there is always something new to tell. Before this article turns to this, a brief look at other rulers of the Bavarian Kingdom, whose short existence, compared to the long [...]

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Apocalypse no!

(Published in GralsWelt 34/2004) By Bjorn Lomborg, to Klampen Verlag, Hamburg, 2002. Since the publication of “Limits to Growth” in 1972 (3), a growing public has gradually become more aware that this earth is not only is spatially limited. Their resources are finite, their life support systems can be overwhelmed, and our planet can accordingly also [...]

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From the memory of water

"... Because wherever your sense of beauty cannot vibrate happily, the strictly conditioned harmony according to the law of creation is not there as it should be. And where harmony is missing, there is also no beauty. ”Abd-ru-shin (3-19-007) In the Grail World 19/2001, under the heading“ The fascinating element of life ”, Masaru Emoto's book“ The Message from [ ...]

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Farewell to stone age morality

By Johannes Huber (editor) Styria Verlag, Graz 2001, ISBN 3-222-12863-4. (Published in GralsWelt 22/2001) A team of authors that covers a wide spectrum from medicine to natural sciences to philosophy and theology has tackled one of the hot topics of our time: the question of ethics and morals in an era in which genetic engineering, Cloning, research with embryonic [...]

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When the sun went out

By David Keys, Goldmann, Munich, 2002. (Published in GralsWelt 31/2004). If we deal with the past, then we find in the historiography above all king lists, political intrigues, wars, battles, conquests, tricks of strategists, etc. Relatively little can be learned about everyday life, and the influence of climatic fluctuations, epidemics or Natural disasters on historical developments will [...]

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The serpent in the firmament

(Published in GralsWelt 25/2002) By John Anthony West, Zweiausendeins, Frankfurt 2000: Anyone who asks about the origin of Western culture will get an unequivocal answer from historians: Greece. This is where the first speculative thinkers were born, where philosophy, geometry, drama, architecture, sculpture reached the first climaxes that are still admired today. We judge Egyptian culture very differently. Longing […]

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The Moses riddle

By Rolf Krauss, Ullstein, Munich 2000 This book is once again an example of the fact that we are living in a time when (almost) everything is being questioned and many ideas are being shaken. Especially from the past, more and more "facts", which were self-evident until now, and which can be found in every textbook, are being doubted. The Grail World has occasionally reported on this. [...]

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The world maps of the ancient navigators

 Published in GralsWelt 27/2003 By Charles Hapgood Zweiausendeins, Frankfurt 2002. EUR 25, - In the GralsWelt 22/2002 we reported on the enigmatic old nautical charts under the heading “The Secret of the Portolane” (here under “Strange Stories”), which suggest that there must have been a prehistoric high civilization whose researchers sailed around the world. Pioneering work on [...]