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Brotherhood of the Snake

Philip Gardiner

Publisher: One Media iP Group

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Summary

Based on years of research into the real and ancient serpent cult that once dominated the globe, this exciting adventure is a journey into sacred mysteries and secret organisations discovered by Gardiner in real life.

Dan Brown may have used other people's factual work to create the Da Vinci Code, but here Gardiner uses his own real-life experiences and knowledge to forge a unique and engrossing work of fiction.

This book reveals the real arcane secrets about mankind in an enjoyable and action-packed adventure. Uniting fact and fiction, Gardiner takes us through the world of the adept and mystic into the real world.

Hundreds of years ago any author revealing these truths would have been burned at the stake - can you decide what is fact and what is fiction?
Available since: 02/28/2023.
Print length: 180 pages.

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