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The Irish Origins of Civilization, Vol I and Vol II Paperback – 2007


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  • Paperback
  • Publisher: Taroscopes; 1ST edition (2007)
  • ISBN-10: 0978518799
  • ISBN-13: 978-0978518790
  • Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.8 x 0.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.6 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #740,710 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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His Irish Origins of Civilization is an absolutely monumental work.
L. Llewellyn
Jeff Rense Michael Tsarion has compiled and synthesized what might be the most coherent and complete explanation of the history of our species ever revealed.
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Both books are very long, and sometimes difficult to follow, but well worth the effort.
E. Hill

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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Ms. J. M. Ashcroft on March 21, 2009
To say this book covers a multitude of sub-categories tied together with a tenuously woven thread would be an understatement. No matter where your present level of understanding lies concerning the inception of Christianity, there are levels within levels to explore as the story unfolds through the two volumes of The Irish Origins of Civilization.

Tsarion presents his revisionist historical view of our current hierarchical structures of Religion, Politics and Monarchy, with forceful intent to blow away the cobwebs of illusion weft by those intent on misleading the masses. He explores the origins of Luciferianism and delves into the murky depths of the power of Atonism in the world in which we live today.

The first volume covers the dark reality of the annihilation of the Druid Centres of learning in Europe, exploring in detail such subjects as the Irish Sun King "Essa", who bears a striking resemblance to the next generation "Sun God", Jesus Christ, and the megalithic sites of sun worship in Ireland and its connection with the occult history of Christianity.

Volume two expands on the exposition of the power and wealth wielded by the institutions of Masonry, Royalty, Zionism and Judeo Christianity, and further identifying the source of its intelligence.

For the serious student of the occult and astro-theology the Irish Origins of Civilization provides a wealth of avenues for further research and a comprehensive list of source material given at the end of the book. There is, however, a great deal repeated quotes throughout the text and personally I felt that a lot of them probably could have been omitted altogether. There does appear to be an over emphasis on supporting statements, to the detriment of longer narrative structures by the author, I understand his reason for doing so, and in retrospect these may assist the newcomer to the subject.

Review © Jade Ashcroft 2009
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Lara Boyde on October 14, 2010
This excellent book is available via the author's own website and is well worth buying. Tsarion has collected and put together an amazing story going back at least 15,000 years, apparently mainly by the use of etymology, which is the study of the history of words, their origins, and how their form and meaning have changed over time. He repeatedly points out that our real history has been deliberately manipulated and hidden by the vicious use of lies of many different kinds, like:

* Geographical - the deliberate positioning of events in locations far from the real ones

* Caricature - outlandish habits and fantastic activities claimed in the Bible, for example, that are patently improbable

* Etymological - words, terms, phrases and place-names underwent either subtle or drastic editing and transposition

* Renaming - the deliberate alteration of personal names. This device was used widely. Names of characters were simply changed so that their existence and activities would be impossible to confirm. Titles reported to be personal names - like David (means superior priest), Solomon, Joshua, Jesus, Aaron, etc - were actually titles, and vice versa.

* Invention - the introduction of peoples, tribes and events that never existed or happened

* Chronology - timelines are muddled on purpose, kinglists rearranged, the lifespan of individuals modified. Dates for key operations, such as building projects, battles, traversals, famines, coronations, marriages, births, and so on, are tampered with.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Trevor Anderson on July 29, 2010
These two books offer an unbias, indepth look, into Irelands factual history. From Eygptian Pharohs and princesses being buried there it breaks open our current thought that religion and civilization has come from the east as opposed to the west. These books are not only a great read, they are a great reference. Keep them coming Michael!
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By V. G. Pagnotta on August 14, 2009
I'm going to keep it simple and brief. This is a must read for anyone and everyone, who wants to learn more about the origins of the many different civilizations that currently exist on this planet.
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