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The Ahriman Gate: Some Gates Should Not Be Opened Paperback – August 1, 2005
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"Scared the Hades out of me! Then I realized, that's what it's SUPPOSED to do!" --Historian of the Year, Egyptologist Dr. Donald C. Jones
"Thomas Horn... has got his answers, and I've got to tell you, they'll put chills down your spine!" --Barbara Simpson, The Babe in the Bunker, On Coast to Coast
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I commend Tom for what he was trying to accomplish with Ahriman: that is, through the use of a fictional story, to introduce the reader to the frightening recent developments within the world of transgenetics, biotechnology, and nanotechnology through a Christian worldview. This worldview holds that the inspired Word of God should be used as a framework and foundation to understanding the past as well as what is to come.
There is no more desirable result than to have the reader understand the sordid world of transgenetics through the lens of God's Word. Throughout the dialogue in the story, many important topics are breached which will normally not be touched in the pulpit, such as:
* Nephilim - What lessons can be learned about the offspring of the fallen angels and human women?
* Transmogrification - The ability of angels to manipulate matter and energy, and to shapeshift into human form.
* Aliens - Is there life on other planets, or are these "visitors" simply the Biblical fallen angels and evil spirits masquerading as "grays?"
* Alien abductions - Do victims of abductions actually physically experience what they describe in abduction accounts, or are they the unwitting pawns of evil spirits who, through remote viewing, implant thoughts, images, and experiences into their minds?
* The stones of fire - What was the Lord referring to in Ezekiel chapter 28 when he said Lucifer was moving about in the "stones of fire?Read more ›
By Bruce Collins
I have been reading one of the scariest and most exciting books I've read in a long time.
The author, Tom Horn, also founded [...] which is a website that is hard to typecast except to say that it is one-third Matt Drudge, Art Bell and Billy Graham. If you have not seen it, it would be worth your while to check it out. Personally, I now make it a daily stop.
Returning to the book, 'The Ahriman Gate' is the perfect action book, harmoniously blending a tale of intrigue, violence, mayhem and purpose.
Learning about Tom Horn and studying raidersnewsupdate.com, I realize that Tom Horn is the Tom Clancy of modern day phenomena and government cover up.
He writes from experience.
Everyone should benefit from reading this book. Entertained may not be the word to describe your feelings after reading 'The Ahriman Gate' but you will find it extremely thought provoking and well worth your time.
Science fiction buffs will love the cool gadgets (which I would love to own but haven't found yet at Sharper Image). They also will like the UFO storyline that includes references to the face on Mars and those terrifying "Grays" (alien beings....or not?).
Action buffs will love the terrifying scenes that are reminiscent of many of Governor Arnold's movies. Actually, this is Independence Day meets Predator meets James Bond meets the Exorcist. Spies, grays, demons, mythological creatures, spaceships, UFOs, Men In Black, government officials- it's all here and Horn creates an ambiance that made me feel like I was actually spying on the characters. In fact, this would make a great movie.Read more ›
Very interesting concept, entertaining and generally well written. The (human) characters are well developed and believable.
The author obviously wanted to combine all the popular myths of our time (UFO's, alien visitors, Bigfoot, MIB, secret societies, bible prophecy, etc) into one story. But all these elements, instead of giving the story depth, make the story a little "poogy" and lugubrious in places... Too many threads to weave into a proper story "cloth". I think that if the authors had focused more on character development, had a little more action and moved the plot along a little faster this would have been a great book.
If your not religious or don't believe in God or Jesus then this book is most certainly not for you. When ever a character is in serious trouble they call out for divine help. There are at least 25+ direct bible passages quoted by characters. If you think that this would make you feel irritated/uncomfortable then give this book a pass. However, if you'd like to see the good guy empowered by a deep faith in the divine put boot to evil butt, then this book is for you.
P.S. You can also get the Ebook in a PDF format for $8.00 from his web sight. Good deal if you ask me.
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I so believe this could happen and is most likely happening right now. I loved the ending. I didn't think there was any way that the ending could happen the way it did. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Khoa Lam
Not quite sure what to make of this book. Purchased the Kindle version based on all the 4 and 5 star reviews, but ended up being somewhat disappointed. Read morePublished 4 months ago by goudagirl
This book held my undivided attention from beginning to end. Thomas Horn is a great writer and gave many important facts mixed with fiction to give an idea of how things may be... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Pastor Carol Gammon
I really enjoyed this story. Interesting concept........ Kept my interest to the end!Published 8 months ago by hhs