New Daughters of the Oracle: The Return of Female Prophetic Power in Our Time by Virginia Adair


Review by Eugenia Macer-Story New Daughters of the Oracle is a personal diary resembling the narrations of Lawrence Durrell in his book Bitter Lemons(1). Although the author conceptualizes herself as documenting the mundane situations and personae of women oracles around the world, everywhere the reflection in Virginia Adair’s perceptions is approximately the same. Is this a study of the oracular ...

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23 Skiddoo: Way Back Beyond Across the Stars by Wyman Wicket

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Review by Jack Suss The meaning of that old expression, “23 skidoo”–i.e., to get out with all due haste–is infused with new contextual life in this work, which is Wyman Wicket’s debut novel. The book is a true hybrid in that it falls within the nexus of conspiracy research (viz., metapolitical non-fiction) and yet is presented in the guise of ...

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Winged Disc: The Dark Star Theory by Andy Lloyd


Review by Joan d’Arc A symbol can always be studied from an infinite number of points of view; and each thinker has the right to discover in the symbol a new meaning corresponding to the logic of his own conceptions. Symbols are precisely intended to awaken ideas sleeping in our consciousness. They arouse a thought by means of suggestion and ...

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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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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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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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Jupiturn: The Illuminati Series


I have listened to many people speak for hours on end about the Illuminati, so it was a nice change to discover the elusive Mr. Gates and his audio book series entitled Jupiturn. Volume 1 starts with the worship of Jupiter and Saturn and how it has been handed down through the ages via various secret societies.  Working down through ...

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Review by Olav Philliips ([email protected]) Details: By Timothy Green Beckley, Sean Casteel, and Tim R. Schwartz It seems as though discussions about the Secret Space Program are very en-vogue right now and seem to dominate the conspiracy genre, with several high profile new books coming out and more on the way.  So it was with this burgeoning interest that I picked ...

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By Joan d’Arc Rhode Island, the state in which I live, has the highest home foreclosure rate in New England. The ten states in the U.S. with the highest foreclosure rates in the beginning of 2012 include: Nevada, California, Utah, Indiana, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, and Illinois. If your home has been foreclosed or you are considering “walking ...

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