A MIGHTY TALL TOWER
With reference to The Electric Mirror on the Pharos Lighthouse and Other Ancient Lighting illustrated above, The Midwest Book Review reported in 2006 :
"Painstakingly compiled and deftly edited by Larry Brian Radka, The Electric Mirror On The Pharos Lighthouse And Other Ancient Lighting offers an original, informative, and profusely illustrated in-depth study of the incredible lighthouse constructed by Sostras of Cnidos, as well as a serving as a complete reference to a multitude of many other outstanding electrical lighting accomplishments down through history. Guiding readers through a thoroughly documented history of lighting and towers ranging from the Eiffel Tower and its search lights, to the remarkable Washington Monument (the worlds tallest masonry structure unsupported by steel), The Electric Mirror On The Pharos Lighthouse And Other Ancient Lighting provides readers with an engaging and unique compendium of specialized information. The Electric Mirror On The Pharos Lighthouse And Other Ancient Lighting is very strongly recommended reading, both for its thoughtful analysis and its concise presentation focused upon a history of previously little known facts about the creation and use of lighthouses and lighted towers."
“Mr. Radka has shown with great clarity that out ancestors possessed advanced technologies,” wrote Robert Stanley, the Editor of Unicus magazine. “This is no longer a matter of conjecture, it is an indisputable fact. Therefore, the historical information contained in The Electric Mirror should be taught in classrooms around the world. It is a powerful legacy left to us by our ancestors and should not be ignored.”
Speaking about The Electric Mirror on the Pharos Lighthouse and Other Ancient Lighting, Kim Guarnaccia of Mysteries Magazine wrote:
"Anyone with even a passing interest in ancient technology, electricity, or electrical engineering should purchase a copy of this fascinating book. Illustrations and historical testimony are numerous and the erudite level of research in this fascinating tome establishes a foundation of acumen rarely achieved by previous scholars."