Michelle Balietti Balietti itibaren Honnaganahalli, Karnataka 562126, Hindistan
Very handy way to force yourself to do items. And/or find out where your time is going. Heh.
Forbidden History can be considered an interesting cross-section of articles written by the pseudo-scientific community. The writers offers some interesting or compelling facts and then immediately verge off into wild speculative flights of imagination that leave the reader's sense of logic reeling. Most of the articles are very dated and a great deal of the "new" evidence that is talked about in the book has been thoroughly put to rest in the last couple of decades. I read this book because I believe a person should be exposed to as many different viewpoints as they can within reason. I enjoyed stretching my imagination and testing preconceived ideas that I have but by the end of the book I feel as if I was being deceived by smoke and mirrors and over-zealous imaginations. There are seemingly some very interesting facts in this book but the bias of the authors continually made me question the validity of everything I was reading.