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Re: John Michell lecture
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Andy Norfolk wrote:
If you could take the time to be bothered to actually read his book and come to Cornwall and look for yourself you would find that John was reliable and sound in what he wrote.

Of course it's easy to pick on someone who is now safely dead and can't defend himself.

You said that Michell didn't make any errors . You have just been shown that he did . Why don't you refute or respond to that data .
The errors came from the TOSOLE and others , if you didnt't recognise them that is not my problem .
n most cases ley line hunters use a map and don't actually visit places on the ground .
Michell managed to write about plenty of places he had never seen did you suggest that maybe he should have seen them for himself ?
That fact that is dead is hardly relevant to criticism which has been present from the appearance of his first book .

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6th May 2016ce

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