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Celtic Mysteries Windows to Another Dimension in America's Northeast Paperback – September 1, 2005
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About the Author
MARIANNE HORRIGAN is a paranormal researcher whose articles have appeared in Fate and UFO Universe. She has been involved in research projects at the Bowman Observatory in Greenwich, Connecticut, and has co-authored several books with Philip Imbrogno.
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I was about to give this book, CELTIC MYSTERIES: WINDOWS TO ANOTHER DIMENSION IN AMERICA'S NORTHEAST maybe a "B" or perhaps something like a 4-out-of-5 rating - then I stumble on the "big news."
Apparently one of the authors, the prolific Philip J. Imbrogno, who is among the most respected paranormal researchers, is a fraud. That is, Imbrogno apparently has not only been "padding his resume" all these years, but also seems to have been lying about a lot of other life experiences as well - including having served in Vietnam as a member of an elite Special Forces unit.
Imbrogno claims no less that this:
Holds an undergraduate and graduate degrees in physics, astronomy and chemistry from the University of Texas and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In 2010, awarded a Ph.D. in theoretical chemistry from MIT. Staff member of the McCarthy Observatory in New Milford, Connecticut, and is a founder and former director of the Astronomical Society of Greenwich, and former director of the Bowman Observatory.
But then well-known skeptic Lance Moody decided one day - apparently just for the heck of it - to see if he could verify Imbrogno's credentials with MIT. The folks at MIT professed to have never heard of him. They said they never graduated any Philip Imbrogno from anything.
To make a long story short, Imbrogno's credibility has been destroyed. He announced he is "leaving the paranormal field." The co-author of his latest book, Rosemary Ellen Guiley, announced on her web site that she has cut ties with Imbrogno, and also stated she was "blindsided" by the recent revelations.
So what about this book?Read more ›
The investigations are conducted by science teacher Philip Imbrogno, a graduate of M.I.T., and Marianne Horrigan, a paranormal researcher. Both have published a number of diverse articles and books. Philip's scientific methods and Marianne's paranormal skills made for a good combination in this investigation. In addition, they researched museums, libraries and universities, as well as conducting interviews with archaeologist, local people, linguist and those who have been physically affected by forces in and around the stone chambers. Some of the questions presented by this investigation were: 1) What kind of structures? 2) Who built them? 3) When? 4) Type of stones used? and 5) Why???
Most of the structures are stone chambers along the lines of those found in Scotland, England and Ireland. Many are rectangular while others are oval or square. Those in Massachusetts differed from those in New York. Dolmen and standing stones, similar to those found in Ireland and the Near East (see the book of Joshua), were found and discussed. Other structures were the stone circles at America's Stonehenge.Read more ›
Finally, Walter Cruttenden's amazing book, Lost Star of Myth and Time, is my favorite.
All five of these thoughtful books will make you think differently about the lost wisdom of past ages - just now being re-discovered.
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Yes...It seems Phil stupidly lied about his educational credentials...
Does that invalidate all his work?
Quite honestly... Read more
Too generalized. Don't waste your money. You can find all this info on Google.Published 19 months ago by Dan L. Bennett
Poorly written and meandering.
This is a very interesting subject but there was simply not enough information given on the actual subject. Read more