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Warlock Asylum’s Review of “When Rocks Cry Out” By Horace Butler

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When Rocks Cry Out by Horace Butler is an excellent resource for those looking into ancient American History. In recent years, more and more evidence has been coming to light about Africa’s involvement in settling early America, and how signs of this legacy were deliberately covered up. Horace Butler does an excellent job in providing a factual resource that makes this subject palatable enough for the layman.

Butler’s book had been on my reading list since 2015. Finally, at the turn of the year, I decided to make it my resolve to read When Rocks Cry Out. One of the things that impressed me about Butler’s book is his research into ancient Mexico and its connection to Africa. This is something that I had known first hand based on my own ancestry.  Butler does an excellent job in illustrating South America’s a relationship with Ancient Egypt and even the Kingdom of Mali. He also provides evidence that reveals how of the Hebraic legend may have occurred in America’.

While it’s good to hear Butler express his faith in “God,” in this writing, I felt somewhat smothered being a non-Christian, who has to hear about what is known in other cultures and religions, but not excepted by an academic world of Christianity.  Although these institutions of scholarship claim to be non-religious, what goes against Christian doctrine usually doesn’t make it too far in the arena of authentic history. Other than that, I must say that the book is well-edited and is a legitimate reference on early America. When Rock Cry by Horace Butler out gets 4 out of 5 Stars!

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