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Hi Roy

Thanks for the vote of confidence. I hope you find Deluge to your liking. It certainly took me long enough to research and I don't think there are any errors...I am sure the hawks here will find them if they do exist!! I have not had any negative comments as yet other than some not being happy dealing with numbers; but of course, when using measures one cannot get away from figures and as I explain in both books much has been hidden via numbers. The Ark of the Covenant for example is seen in numerical values at both Chartres Cathedral and Rosslyn Chapel and almost certainly elsewhere. [details in Measurements... otherwise known as MOTG]. There was one chap who would have preferred Atlantis to remain mysterious and not have such a prosaic solution...[his words]. But surely, the whole idea of an investigation is to get at the truth of things and not expand the mysterious??

Those among the gathering who are seriously interested in the subjects I would ask to obtain the PDF if they do not wish to buy the paper version of the books. This is not a push for sales but the PDF, of course, will be searchable and the illustrations are clear, unlike the book streamer online which was not designed for complex illustrations. It is great for text but leaves something to be desired with my photos, drawings and astronomy illustrations. The cost of the PDF is minimal, at roughly, in my area, the price of two beers! So no-one will make a fortune out of that ...or spend one for that matter! However, it will make research and debate easier for interested parties.

So, there we are, once more my gratitude to all concerned and I hope the works are found to be informative and up to expectations.

Best regards

Harry



H.Sivertsen

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Welcome to Harry Sivertsen & Steve Redman authors of the month for May 2010 253 Graham Hancock 01-May-10 12:01
Re: Welcome to Harry Sivertsen & Steve Redman authors of the month for May 2010 194 Harry Sivertsen 01-May-10 12:37
Re: Welcome to Harry Sivertsen & Steve Redman authors of the month for May 2010 175 Roy Lohr 01-May-10 16:32
Re: Welcome to Harry Sivertsen & Steve Redman authors of the month for May 2010 162 Harry Sivertsen 01-May-10 17:24
Re: Welcome to Harry Sivertsen & Steve Redman authors of the month for May 2010 142 Roy Lohr 03-May-10 05:13
Re: Welcome to Harry Sivertsen & Steve Redman authors of the month for May 2010 184 Harry Sivertsen 03-May-10 07:13
Re: Welcome to Harry Sivertsen & Steve Redman authors of the month for May 2010 157 Nick L 07-May-10 19:00
Re: Welcome to Harry Sivertsen & Steve Redman authors of the month for May 2010 122 Harry Sivertsen 07-May-10 23:02
Re: Welcome to Harry Sivertsen & Steve Redman authors of the month for May 2010 157 Harry Sivertsen 08-May-10 13:37
Re: Welcome to Harry Sivertsen & Steve Redman authors of the month for May 2010 123 Nick L 09-May-10 19:39
Re: Welcome to Harry Sivertsen & Steve Redman authors of the month for May 2010 154 Harry Sivertsen 09-May-10 20:11
Re: Welcome to Harry Sivertsen & Steve Redman authors of the month for May 2010 178 Roy Lohr 11-May-10 00:58
Re: Welcome to Harry Sivertsen & Steve Redman authors of the month for May 2010 151 Harry Sivertsen 11-May-10 09:21
Re: Welcome to Harry Sivertsen & Steve Redman authors of the month for May 2010 140 Roy Lohr 11-May-10 16:38
Re: Welcome to Harry Sivertsen & Steve Redman authors of the month for May 2010 85 Harry Sivertsen 11-May-10 22:05
thanks to graham 129 michael seabrook 01-May-10 16:26
Re: thanks to graham 186 Roy Lohr 01-May-10 16:36
Re: thanks to graham 222 Ghia 02-May-10 02:59
Re: Welcome to Harry Sivertsen & Steve Redman authors of the month for May 2010 157 Steve Redman 04-May-10 15:57


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