Monday, 31 October 2016

Inferno - Dan Brown

Circle Network Book Review: Inferno by Dan Brown, Hardback 480 pages £20 Kindle: £7.20 Audio CD £11 Published by Bantam Press Author website:

 Film now out on general release

In this book, the reader is introduced to some fascinating concepts. We are told at the outset that  'ignorance is no longer a forgivable offense', for instance, and 'the darkest places in hell are reserved for those who maintain their neutrality in times of moral crisis'. The question is posed: 'What if God was wrong'? In that case, 'Abandon hope all you who enter here' is an appropriate quote from Dante's Divine Comedy (which is not a comedy at all) and we are all on the brink of certain doom whether or not Robert Langdon catches the Transhumanist or not. However, he is hot on the heels of a man with concerns about escalating human

Saturday, 22 October 2016

Spirit Orbs

We have all seen opaque circular balls of light on digital photographs. These strange objects are also seen on CCTV cameras. Klaus Heinemann was a NASA physicist and has a PhD in experimental physics. He believes these strange circles of light are spiritual phenomena and that they have a vital