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Le Code phénicien : Les secrets dévoilés du Saint Graal

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Qui lit le mot « phénicien » dans n'importe quel titre s'attend à une évocation de l'Histoire de l'Écriture. Ce roman aspire à être lu et vécu comme une oeuvre initiatique dont la fluidité nous invite progressivement à la ré-Écriture de l'Histoire. Le Code phénicien est un thriller basé sur des faits historiques et religieux étonnants, manipulés par un groupe secret qui ex ...more
Kindle Edition, 430 pages
Published February 27th 2018 by Dervy (first published October 22nd 2011)
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Feb 01, 2015 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Grrrrr..... Really frustrating, the originality of the author's ideas are brilliant but the structure of the story, writing style and "supernatural" aspects are disappointing. He introduces characters, builds them up and then they simply disappear never to be heard from again. The majority of the book is lecturing "monologues", though interesting have such an air of condescension about them to make them sound sophomoric. In fact it seems that the whole purpose of this book is merely for the "mon ...more
Simona Abi Dib
Mar 19, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
An Enlightening Book

Reading The Phoenician Code was an exceptional experience for me, since I was exposed to astonishing facts and revelations instilled in an enthralling narrative. This book reminds me of our Lord Jesus’ words in Matthew 10:26, “There is nothing concealed that will not be disclosed, or hidden that will not be made known”. The book does exactly that by unfolding the truth about the origin of Jesus that has been concealed from the world and manipulated by secret societies. I also
Tom Walsh
Dec 28, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
So the ancients saw the Sun rise, the Sun set and the Sun rise again. Feelings began to attach: birth of the Sun, death of the Sun, resurrection of the Sun. This concept was dropped in the batter of time and stirred, stirred and stirred until the initial concept was clouded and "mythified." It became Isis and Osiris, Jesus, and many more culturally-based ideas. "The Phoenician Code", to me, sums up the myths, and traces the threads of birth, death and resurrection through the Canaanite culture, ...more
Oct 01, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I read that extraordinary book,,, the facts of that time was good writes and well organized without any space for explanations or for any doubt of these facts,,, and I am very proud to have a Lebanese person like Mr. Karim El Koussa who is interested in a subject of a old history, and adjusted it very well,,, I wish that a day or another,,, can be seen as a film that everyone can well account for the origin of the lord of that world,,, and earth mother of all worlds ... the land of Phoenicia-Can ...more
Oct 26, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The author stated in his biography: "My work is a mixture of Religion, History, Philosophy, Spirituality and Esoteric inner insights.", this summarizes "The Poenician Code".
Every chapter exposes new facts that keep you wondering. A thrill that walks you into a journey all along your reading.
The story itself is written in a spectacular way that ease your visualization of its aspects.
It's an amazing book and I enjoyed every second reading it.
Great work...
Dec 24, 2014 marked it as prefer-not-to-read  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: abandoned
I stumbled on this book while searching for some solid history of the Phoenicians. The publisher’s blurb sent my skepticism into overdrive when I noted the book is described as a “fictional novel,” an irritating redundancy, perhaps an editorial oversight or more likely stupidity. That being said, reviewers keep talking about the “facts” in the book despite the double warning that it’s a novel and fiction. Of course there’s always the possibility that the novel, being fictional, doesn’t exist.
Wakim Richard
Aug 11, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Un livre a lire deux fois au minimum, un livre qui nous fait voyager à travers du temps en nous laissant les pieds sur terre. Une liberté dans la lecture qui nous fait travailler son imaginère, interpréter les rôles en restant fidèle et dans le cadre de l'écrivain. Un livre à ne pas manquer et je suis sûr qu'il trouvera une place dans nos bibliothèques.
Salman Moghrabi
Aug 04, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Lire “Le Code Phénicien” n’était pas seulement un plaisir acquis, mais Aussi un stimulant pour commencer des recherches sur les ordres secrets dans notre communauté orientale.
C’est un livre que vous ne pouvez jamais le laisser. Vous allez le lire plus de 3 fois.
Mohamad Ali
Dec 25, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I loved this novel although the ending wasn't as "great" as I expected. It contains very interesting historical information and analysis on some aspects of Christ's life and phoenician history and rituals. Although I am not an expert in Middle Eastern history, this novel was able to grab my attention all along and made me always want to know what was going to happen next.
Steve Cran
Oct 14, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A church father calls together three individuals, one a historian, another an alchemist and still another an archaeologist. Together they are called upon to decipher an ancient tablet unearthed at the Phoenician city of Gebel. Central to this story is the building of Solomon’s Temple by Hiram Abiff. Hiram was Phoenician.

Before embarking on the church father’s quest , Paul the Historian, goes to a symposium on biblical archaeology. He gives a speech that denies the existence of Israel before the
Mario Debes
May 12, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A Revelation Book...

As in all of his works, Karim El Koussa puts a monumental amount of work in research and analysis... The Phoenician Code was no different.
A book of revelation by excellence. Many of the information were either new to me or answered interrogations I always had in mind. Karim is blessed by both history acquaintance and history imagination, two traits that are essential to question and rectify many historical manipulations that were and still considered as historical facts.
Jul 01, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Such an exceptional book , every page keeps one clinging to the next . The author’s capability in revealing facts coupled with historical inputs and putting them all Together. At a moment it all sounded like A Druid working on his cauldron ,making the Perfect Finish’Simply amazing .
Highly recommended to all ,each one of us could find something we are looking for. Thank you Mr Karim El Koussa
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