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Reviewed by Stephen Fisher for Readers' Favorite
World Codex: Book 1 by World Codex Staff is an amazing historical account of events, legends, and other phenomena dating back to ancient Greece. What is brought to light here are clues to mysteries, murders, and paradoxes that have perplexed and bewildered mankind for centuries, and are still being produced even to this day. From the creation of the earliest known placebo, to uncovering murder mysteries, from chapter to chapter more and more comes to light. The knowledge that the Titanic was going to sink, and because of the ingenuity of one of the passengers, a priceless treasure in a literary art form was preserved. An account of a mysterious infant left out in the desert is picked up by a couple of hippies while on their way to Woodstock. Numerology goes a long way here.
World Codex Staff produced an articulate account of many of these historical mysteries using the language that was used in the days of the founding fathers that composed the Declaration of Independence and our nation's Constitution. It immediately brought back the memory of watching the movie National Treasure when the character of Benjamin Gates is reading the phrases written, and acknowledges that "People today don't talk like that anymore." And the same goes for the philosophers of ancient Greece. World Codex: Book 1 by World Codex Staff is jam-packed with information not to be taken lightly. I look forward to reading the next book in the series, because I have known about many of the themes in this compilation only because I keep an open mind. When your mind is open, you would be amazed at what you find. Well done!