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  • File Size: 861 KB
  • Print Length: 345 pages
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  • Publisher: IKAN Publishing; 1 edition (March 12, 2014)
  • Publication Date: March 12, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00IZ1W9OG
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By the GreatReads! TOP 500 REVIEWER on March 23, 2014
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The Truth which was Kept from Us: Mysteries of the Past by Klaus E. Berger is a shocking book, and most definitely controversial. Published by Ikan Publishing, the first Danish edition published in 1988 was entitled "Sandheden som folk ikke måtte høre.” The English edition is translated from the original Danish second edition of 1992 by Sara Hanley and Anna Webb. The book presents many age-old beliefs in a whole new perspective, and will generate a lot of interest in it.

The author Klaus Berger presents his ideas and philosophies, and on that count has done a wonderful work. In the book Klaus Berger attempts to answer questions like: Who were the sons of God? Did extraterrestrials really visit Earth in the past? What was the Sword of Wisdom? In answer these and many others, he says that he is making the truth available. Though I do not subscribe to his views, I decided to review the book as I was keen to read what it is all about. I'm glad I chose that the path "informed dissent" over outright rejection.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Melinda Applegate on May 24, 2014
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Could not get through the first chapter. Really tried, but this philosophy is too out of this world crazy for me. Doesn't make sense and poorly written. Was willing to give it a try because price was so cheap... Guess I got what I paid for! Totally worthless in my view.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Grady Harp HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 24, 2014
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Klaus E. Berger is a brilliant Danish writer. What Klaus E. Berger presents in this densely written book is alternative thoughts to those held by most religious groups. He introduces concepts about the Ancient Gospel, that not written in the form of oral tradition like the four Gospels, but the original aspects - some of which such as Jesus' journey to India that have only recently been unearthed - and ignored by organized religion. Is that crowd control? Mob control? Or worse yet Mind control? Berger speaks up for reexamining truth, the original wonders of the teachings of Jesus.

Truth? What is truth? That is the recurring question Berger asks. He returns to the teachings of Jesus and makes those teachings take on new meaning, a meaning not shrouded in pomp and ceremony but instead in love and truth. He removes the trappings history has covered the original truths and asks us to approach everything in a new, realistic light. It will help those who are considering investing time in this book to read a few excerpts. Those are offered here: `WHO IS THE SON OF GOD? Watch out for those religious names! There is so much superstition attached to them. Now, stay calm and keep both feet firmly on the ground! "The Devil" is an emblem of the origin of falsehood, that is, sin (Jesus called the Devil the father of sin) -- it is certainly not some man with horns on his head!! "God" is the origin of truth, the father of truth. When Jesus says, "I am the truth," then in the same emblematic language, he is "the son of God". "The Kingdom of God" is a place that must be sought within ourselves. "Who is the son of God? Who is the daughter of God? Even the company of them who turn from all evil and do righteousness, love mercy and walk reverently with their God.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Stacy Litz on April 1, 2014
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If you're a fan of Ancient Aliens, you would definitely like this book, or at least parts of it. Besides that, it is very interesting to find out the roots of the Christian religion and other religions as well. I've heard the quote, "I like Christians, but I don't like the establishment." This is kind of what this book is showing -- that Christianity and the morals of it are very "good," while the establishment corrupts and destroys the truth, especially that of Jesus' teachings. Fascinating book.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By WataugaTeacher on September 12, 2014
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I frankly do not understand all the extremely positive reviews for this book. Granted, the subject matter is intriguing and controversial. The author examines new ways of looking at Christianity and explores the idea that much of the Bible was edited and its content "managed" by the early church. This is fascinating. The problem, however, is that the book is so poorly written. Most of it is a string of quotations [almost 800 of them] gleaned from fragments of sacred writings and early gospels omitted from the Christian Bible. Many of these quotations and, indeed, the commentary on them, are very ambiguous, repetitious, abstruse, and the author's line of reasoning is often difficult if not impossible to follow. Moreover, I read the Kindle edition, and all the references to the quotations are at the end, which makes it impossible to see the sources easily while reading the text. I am glad I got this book for free. While it makes a reader think, the writing style and the many redundancies in the book make it maddening to try to read and follow.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By K. Allen TOP 1000 REVIEWER on April 1, 2014
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Packed with interesting secrets and teachings that have been kept out of circulation. This is a translation of an old book with the author Klaus Berger sharing his thoughts and ideas.

Very interesting read for both believers and non. Lots of interesting questions come up and mystery I wasn't even aware of.

I would highly recommend this book for people interested in religion.
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By Michael M on March 31, 2014
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This book was written by a danish author Klaus E. Berger and was later translated into English. The Truth which was kept from us revealed many insights of most of the age old beliefs that seems to negate the very teachings of Jesus Christ.
Klaus is of the opinion that the one and the only truth is the doctrine of love conveyed in a down to earth and non-religious manner.
I believe this writer has a point here since love is one big thing that will make the world go round in a peaceful way but yet lacking in our world today.
Klaus refers to the doctrine of Jesus especially the gospels and who the son of God is. He argued that the unimpeachable doctrine of love has been transformed across the world into religious ceremony and superstitious beliefs. He also stressed the fact some christian has changed the concept of good religious practice by suppressing the the power of the ancient gospel. This book is quite interesting book to read.
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