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If ever you encounter a book online which is absurdly priced and it isn't an antique, there is an excellent chance that the book contains information that the PTB in this world don't want you reading. I have encountered this phenomena many times in my life, mainly regarding books about the Tavistock institute, which on Amazon can range in price anywhere from hundreds of pounds right the way through to thousands. Why? Well, to put it simply, the Tavistock institute are at the centre of global mass manipulation and social engineering. They actually shape paradigms of human behavior. Another example is the book "Mass Control: Engineering Human Consciousness" by Jim Keith. I heard this book mentioned by SRA survivor Jay Parker in one of his talks at the 'Free Your Mind' conference in America and he recommended the book on the grounds that it contains a lot of extremely rare and valuable information, particularly about the Tavistock institute. Here is a price/availability list from a few online booksellers. Fucking tell me that the manipulative fucks who control this world don't have a hand in this: Amazon UK: £175 Amazon US: 'Currently Unavailable' Abe Books: £565 Alibris: Not on website Barnes and Noble: Not on website Better World Books: 'Out Of Stock' Blackwells: 'Not Available' Bookshop.org: Not on website Books a million: Not on website Ebay.com: £300 Google Books: Multiple pages redacted/No ebook available Peachpit: Not on website Powells: 'Out Of Stock' Scribd: Not available for purchase or download Thrift Books: 'Temporarily Unavailable' Valore Books: 'Out Of Stock' Waterstones: 'Not Available' I even tried looking it up on a whole bunch of those free PDF websites, which are normally excellent sources for books about esoteric subject matter, and mysteriously, all PDFs and Torrents had been reduced down to nothing more than a couple of pages, although the book can be read partially on Google books, and, it would seem, entirely on Sribd. Either way, it appears there is a drive to stop people owning a physical copy or a PDF of this. That being said, it seems that it's publisher (very small) is selling it on the website for $16 but I have sent a preliminary email to double check this.