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This being Cipher Mysteries, I try to read a fair bit of gbibins cipher-related stuff along the way, both non-fiction and fiction. Here are some of the better-known theories about it proposed over the years: And here it is: Clay fragment HM Anyway, does Gibbins manage to save himself from falling into all the Domain Expert airport novel traps?

All of which superficial nonsense I could actual forgive Gibbins for it is, after all, an airport novel, and many top-tier writers have fallen into these same traps over the years. Yes, they killed his friends, etc etc: I do wish this fellow had come up with a better novel involving the Phaistos Disk, since after all, Phaistos Disk crankery is even more rife than VMs crankery.


I call your attention to this delightful collection of Phaistos Disk hypotheses: Phaistos Disk Decipherment update. I was just disappointed on so many levels it was too hard to bear. Thanks for the link!

The Gods of Atlantis (Jack Howard, #6) by David Gibbins

Nick, I have to say your posts are my favourite bed-time reading. Only those spices conforming to the name s entered will be shown….

Opinion seems to be that the patterning for the costumes on figures in the latter is Hittite. Today I turn to an old article in my files… and lo! Move over Dan Brown: I agree with most of your review of the book, the problems as well as the positives.

It was a simple standard-issue cruise missile, a Russian version of the US Tomahawk, carrying conventional explosives. The nuclear warheads mentioned in the book were not attached to any missiles on the submarine but were stored in crates.

Your email address will not be published. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Introduction The Secret History of the Rosicrucians — 2. Atlanis Secret History of the Rosicrucians — 4. The Secret History of the Rosicrucians — 6. They can also be quite hard to davi apart. I atlajtis, how hard can it be?


But at least most of the technical details are right. Swedish rock carvings of a team of plowing oxen Woudhuizen,!?!?!?!?

Review of David Gibbins’ “Atlantis”…

Cipher FictionPhaistos Disc. I do love wonderfully snide reviews. And the Hey Phaistos! Phaistos Disk Decipherment update As for his nuclear warhead, was it a nuclear isomer device? Diane on March 13, at 4: Diane on March 14, at 3: Never rains but it pours.

Yesterday the Phaistos disk is mentioned. Turns out theyre Hittite-related, from Urartu. And wiki kindly helps out, by having put up an article on the script, with pronunciations. Diane on July 21, at 1: The information has been repeated so often that, I think it hardly requires citation.

The ref to the Phaistos disk was not really about the VMs, just unbelievable coincidences. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. This site uses cookies: