In his review of Astronomical Revelations or 666, Scott Shoemaker, the Editor-in-Chief of Vectors, Veils & Spectres Newspaper announced: "If you've been looking for a readable yet worthwhile book about comets, you may still be looking. With the publication of this fine volume, you can stop looking and start reading now.
In some ways it's a book that could have been written 500 years ago, or 500 years from now, excepting the more recent information. It will remain a standard reference on comets for the foreseeable future. It's a tour de force of comets throughout earth's history. A solid, solid, timeless product of genuine effort."
8The Bright Morning Star
Astronomical Revelations or 666 begins again with "a scientific and historical study of asteroids and comets with respect to the Apocalypse in its Chapter 8 now:
With reference to Astronomical Revelations or 666 in his review, Seth Muller of The Parkersburg News wrote: "'It's very, very controversial.' Radka said. 'But what's the sense in writing a book if it's not going to stir up a little controversy?'"