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Black Sun – Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke


Review by Jaye C. Beldo [email protected] The transfixing qualities of Adolph Hitler’s mystique have remained intact, as evidenced by the plethora of hate groups around the world who still pledge total allegiance to the man. The perennial fascination with the failed tyrant covers a rather broad and dubious spectrum, ranging from the lofty, esoteric erudition of the Italian fascist mystic ...

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Mothman and Other Curious Encounters – Loren Coleman


Review by Joan d’Arc With his new Mothman book, cryptozoologist Loren Coleman has brought us a Fortean housecleaning manual! Finally, we can lift the curtain of ridicule surrounding Batsquatch, we can pull up the rug where the Lizardmen are swept, and we can open the “damned” closet to let out the Houston batman and other weirdies that go screech in ...

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My Kingdom is Not of This World


Prince Nicholas de Vere von Drakenberg Author of The Dragon Legacy: The Secret History of an Ancient Bloodline Interview by Tracy R. Twyman The monarchical system in Britain is, to the greatest extent, impotent, and so if one wanted real political power, the last place one would find it would be on the throne of England. We have no need ...

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Flight 93: The Improbable Truth


by Robb Magley “That process starts upon the supposition that when you have eliminated all which is impossible, then whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.” – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes Three minutes, four possible coincidences, and one odd lack of evidence, have created a problem with the official story regarding the crash of United Airlines Flight ...

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The Lost Book of Enki: Memoirs and Prophecies of an Extraterrestrial God by Zecharia Sitchin


Review by Andy Lloyd www.darkstar1.co.uk Zecharia Sitchin has written six books as part of his ‘Earth Chronicles’ series detailing his theories about humanity’s origins and the hidden planet ‘Nibiru.’ His theories are based upon his scholarly study of ancient Sumerian and Akkadian tablets, and the remarkably frank accounts therein of the ancient gods, or Anunnaki. According to Sitchin, the ancient ...

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Shockingly Close to the Truth: Confessions of a Grave-Robbing Ufologist – Jim Moseley with Karl T. Pflock


Review by Kenn Thomas SHOCKINGLY CLOSE TO MOCKING It is no surprise that Prometheus Books has published Jim Moseley’s book, Shockingly Close to the Truth: Confessions of a Grave-Robbing Ufologist (with Karl T. Pflock). Although a bit of a believer himself, Moseley has for decades taken a “cute people” approach to UFOs and everything that has been said and done ...

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The Prankster and the Conspiracy – Adam Gorightly – Book Review


Book Review by Jaye Beldo If there ever was a perennial scapegoat of the 60’s counterculture it would have to be Kerry Thornley, one of the founding members of the patently anarchist Discordian Society. With a kind of insurrectionary bravado, he took it upon himself to sponge up the sordid projections of the Military Industrial Mafia Complex, as well those ...

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NASA’s Fallen Star The Investigation of Omniplan Corporation


by Joseph Richard Gutheinz, Jr., J.D. Illustration by Al Hidell “The air conditioning in one of Montijo’s office buildings was rerouted to a secret room where Papa Primos pizza’s and candy were kept. Key employees used a code system when pizza deliveries were made, so other employee’s would not learn what Mr. Montijo was doing.” In a letter dated March ...

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Men like Gods – Lone Nutter News interviews Jack Sarfatti


by Jaye Beldo Lone Nutter News: Do you think that the Post-Quantum physics you describe in Destiny Matrix will be the final blow to the Newtonian paradigm which still persists in our socio- economic systems, in politics and, ironically enough, in science? Jack Sarfatti: Good question. My answer is “Yes.” LNN: Is there anything we can do to further accelerate the ...

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Destiny Matrix – Jack Sarfatti


Book Review by Jaye Beldo In 1953, Jack Sarfatti allegedly received a series of mysterious phone calls, presumably from the future. The voice, which informed the young boy that he was being chosen amongst 400 other “geniuses,” was described as “distant, cold, metallic.” Such a tone should have been a red hammer and sickle flag to the young Jack, or ...

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The Darwin Wars


by Joan d’Arc The modern Darwin wars began in October 2004, when the town of Dover, PA, became the first school district to mandate the teaching of Intelligent Design (ID theory). However, to be clear on this, the school board had adopted a policy that simply required 9th graders to hear a prepared statement about ID theory in the Biology ...

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Michael Chertoff: Defender of Terror


by Sander Hicks My eight months of investigation into the claims of FBI whistle blower, Randy Glass, led me to new information about Assistant Attorney General Michael Chertoff. So I was shocked when he was nominated for Director of Homeland Security, and dumbfounded when he skated through his confirmation hearings. Chertoff is a master of cover-up. He defended a financier ...

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RE-ABS Not MILABS: How the Covert-Ops’ Reverse Engineering of Extraterrestrial Abductees Shifts the Abduction Paradigm


by Melinda Leslie Twenty years ago I came to learn of my own experiences with extraterrestrial (ET) abduction. After only two years into my discovery process, I suddenly had a new form of encounter—one that included the involvement of military personnel in my experience. This new discovery led me to research the military or covert-ops involvement in other cases besides ...

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