I have recently received a number of emails asking me to explain more about the history behind The Logos – So here goes.
The Logos is an exhilarating blend of intrigue and action. It is fast paced, intelligent, meticulously researched and highly controversial.
The Logos is not just a conspiracy book though. As the book evolves, the reader will find it an intellectually challenging read and some may find it quite complicated. In the author’s mind, it is not complicated, just complex. It builds layer upon layer – leading the reader inside a world that they live in daily but hardly every notice.
This book will make you think and you will learn from reading it. It has everything that should be in a novel. Fantastic research, fantastic story and the opportunity to learn about new subjects while you read.
Below are just some of the topics featured in The Logos:
Freemasonry – its origins and ceremonies
The rise of ancient civilisations, their technology and their beliefs
Modern Technology – QinetiQ
Science and Physics
Religion – where it comes from and why we have to believe
Mathematics, Geometry and Architecture
Gematria – used to unlock the Bible
Jesus tomb in Kashmir – Rozabal
Bilderberg – The most powerful group of people in the world
The Nephilim – one of the greatest unknown stories in the Bible
The origins of the bible itself and of the stories within it
Stonehenge, Newgrange and many other megalithic sites
Politics, politicians and inside Westminster
Obviously if you are a fan of works such as Dan Browns books, The Logos will instantly appeal to you. However, even if this type of novel does not normally appeal to you, but you do like books that can genuinely expand your mind, The Logos is guaranteed to offer you an intellectually stimulating read.
At 180,000 words + a fair amount of math and illustrations – The Logos is much longer than the average paper back. which is usually around 120,000.
The Logos is now available as a printed book or as an electronic download for those who embrace modern technology.
Please see The Logos website for more details