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Transylvanian Sunrise

3.97 of 5 stars 3.97  ·  rating details  ·  35 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Unbeknownst to most, there is an ancient sphinx located in the Bucegi Mountains of Romania. In 2003, the Pentagon discovered, through the use of satellite technology, an anomaly beneath this ancient sphinx. This book chronicles the discovery of these modern day artefacts.
Paperback, 284 pages
Published June 1st 2009 by Sky Books (NY) (first published May 27th 2009)
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Sep 26, 2015 Arlo rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: those interested in human cosmology, our extraterrestrial connections, and Masonry in world affairs
Shelves: exopolitics
I cannot personally verify the truthfulness of this story, nor do I know of any external validations, but I can say that I am fairly well informed on the general context and subject matter of this book and I found no red flags that would make it suspicious. I did find total congruence with what I believe to be true, so I am coming down in favor of the authenticity of this book.

I gave it 5 stars on the basis of its importance and relevance, though I found it to be not a very good translation (se
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