Book Reviews: Hercolubus or Red Planet by V.M. Rabolu (Joaquin Enrique Amortegui Valbuena)
|3 stars, 3 reviews|
Author: V.M. Rabolu
Publisher: Quebecor World Calgary
HercolugusI read this book and I myself believe in a lot of what this book is saying. Now regarding believing or not? Time would tell don't you think?
Fake (I Happend to be an Astronomer That Works With Nasa)Complete Fiction. We would have known about this with in the last decade. If you enjoy fiction books go for it. Was a waste of time. I go for NON-fiction and documentary. [by Jose Pena]
Absolute GarbageI'd just like to say Mr Rabulo or whatever his name is has written an absolutely amazing work of fiction. In fact, I'm anxious for someone to option the movie rights because I smell summer blockbuster. Seriously, this is a crock in the highest form. How on earth ANYONE could possibly believe this drivel is beyond me. Absolute dreck. Here's a real revelation for you...our world is exactly as we perceive it, nothing more, nothing less.
If you've remember anything you learned in college science courses, or took an astronomy class or two, guess what? Outside of the finer details, you've got a pretty good grasp on what's going on around us. As far as astral projection, you could sit in your room until Herculobus or any other phantom object comes crashing into this rock, saying whatever mumbo jumbo magic word this so called "master" tells us to say, but you're not going anywhere. So don't waste your time. Use it productively, by using common sense and understanding, rather then believe this hooey. Oh, and this dweeb...I'm sorry, "master" also rallies against any forms of fornication. I'm guessing our wise prophet wasn't too popular with the ladies, and has some major resentment issues running through that wild imagination he's got.
The saddest thing is the sheep that lap this nonsense up. Not since L. Ron Hubbard have I read something more dangerously ridiculous. Cynical? How about just being practical. Sea Monsters, utopian Venusian societies? Please, anyone who buys this deserves to be hit in the head with a planet. BTW, wasn't all this supposed to happen already? Several times over? Where do all these doomsday crackpots hide when their predictions don't come true???
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