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by Alec MacLellan

eBook The Lost World of Agharti: The Mystery of Vril Power (Mysteries of the Universe Series) download ISBN: 0285633147
Author: Alec MacLellan
Publisher: Souvenir Press (March 1, 1996)
Language: English
Pages: 236
ePub: 1621 kb
Fb2: 1448 kb
Rating: 4.7
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Category: History
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Series: Mysteries of the universe series. On the other side of the coin, I believe that the subject of 'vril' energy is a physical reality, consisting of the unified parent energy of electricity, magnetism and light

Series: Mysteries of the universe series. On the other side of the coin, I believe that the subject of 'vril' energy is a physical reality, consisting of the unified parent energy of electricity, magnetism and light. But this book does not deal with it in any manner suitable for its discussion. The Coming Race' by Edward Bulwer-Lytton, referred to often in this book, does do a better job of discussing 'vril' and is especially strong in Bulwer-Lytton's description of the religion of his subterranean hosts.

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This utopia is said to be inhabited by an ancient race of people who have lived in seclusion for centuries, hidden from the sight of mankind but aware of eberything happening on the surface of the earth. The underground country is called Agharti.

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Fortunately, our unfaltering will to uncover the world’s mysteries has brought us closer to some of the answers .

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The world is full of unsolved mysteries, but there are some that stand above others. The legend originates from a series of three ciphertexts that Thomas Beale entrusted to a friend before disappearing and never to be seen again

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Explanation and evidence of a mysterious power that controls people and nature.
Comments: (7)
Vikus
As of late I've had a burning interest in investigating our planet's subterranean mysteries, especially after reading Ivan Sanderson's superb "Invisible Residents"(absolutely convinced me there's a whole lot "down there" we don't know about,or want to ignore, those aliens aren't just playing navy games with us). I bought this book on a whim. I have to say from the very beginning I was captivated by Maclellan's writing,every single chapter is an adventure in itself,superbly written, fascinating stories and thought provoking to say the least. The Lost World of Agharti sits near the top of all I've read of the earth's,and indeed life's, mysteries. I truly believe there's an unimaginable world lying deep below our feet, and it's been there for a very long time. Judge for yourself. Very highly recommended !!
Thoginn
This book, the Lost World of agharti:, is more valuable to me as a study in how legends are handed down and enhanced over the years than as a source of solid information. It is written in an easy to read style, but the logic used by the author to present his opinion is based more on other people's opinions than on actual hard fact. Nonetheless, it is worth reading if the reader does not get caught up in the " If it's been handed down for centuries, it must be true." trap.

Every people in the past have experienced or heard of other settlements being completely destroyed by some type of flood. This has happened universally across the globe. Each account tells of the 'total devastation' of the people and their lands. Collect all of these traditions and Voila ! you can surmise (incorrectly ) that at one time, a universal flood destroyed the world and most of its people.

Furthermore, primitive man universally attributed anything he couldn't understand to supernatural events. Couple that with the rise of priest, shamans and witch doctors whose only ambition was the control of their tribesmen using fear and disinformation, and you have the origin of a large percentage of legends, rituals and rites that have persisted on down to the present day.

On the other side of the coin, I believe that the subject of 'vril' energy is a physical reality, consisting of the unified parent energy of electricity, magnetism and light. But this book does not deal with it in any manner suitable for its discussion. 'The Coming Race' by Edward Bulwer-Lytton, referred to often in this book, does do a better job of discussing 'vril' and is especially strong in Bulwer-Lytton's description of the religion of his subterranean hosts. 'The Coming Race' is available on Kindle for free and is definitely worth reading.

As far as subterranean cities goes, I tend to believe in their existence, but not in the explanations given in The Lost World of Agharti. But it is an interesting subject and, if for no other reason, this book is worth reading if you accept that it is little more than a cobbling together of lots of legends and myths and spiced with a few facts. As I said in the beginning, it's an interesting study in how people can organize a multitude of legends and myths into a coherent whole, whether their premises and conclusions are correct or not. It's a good study in human psychology.
Celak
Like everything about this title. Most likely the best book ever written on the subject. Lamentably, not much has been published on this lore of the Under-Earth denizens remembered in legends from all around the world. Alec MacLellan makes up for that lack tremendously!
Jonide
A good read for specific knowledge. The product was also delivered on time as promised.
Flower
Interesting read.
Modifyn
you be the judge, it reads well but speculative.
Ce
Very interesting book, covering the inner earth theories, well worth the read for those searching for answers.
This is an excellent book for all those who agree with Horatio that there is indeed more to Heaven and Earth. This is reommended for all those who are open minded and are willing to critically analyze long held and cherished beliefs.