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I just noticed that this section is a little quiet. 

Can we get a list of recommended books going please..? 

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Journeys out of the body - Robert Monroe

Anastasia - Vladimir Megre

Man's search for meaning - Viktor E Frankl

I need your love - Byron Katie

How to live in the here and now - Paul Jones

Man's Higher Consciousness - Hotema

The Drama Of Being A Child - Alice Miller

The Spirituality Of The Body - Alexander Lowen

For Your Own Good - Alice Miller

The Power Of Negative Thinking - Tony Humphreys

The Spaces Between - The Joseph Communications

The Biggest Secret - David Icke

...And The Truth Shall Set You Free -David Icke

The David Icke Guide To Global Conspiracy - David Icke

Thee 13 Satanic Bloodlines - Robin De Ruiter

Trance Formation Of America -Cathy O Brien

Your Brain On Porn - Gary Wilson

1984 - George Orwell

Down And Out In Paris And London - George Orwell

Us Against Them: How Tribalism Affects The Way We Think - Bruce Rozenblit

Normal At Any Cost - Susan Cohen

How The Illuminati Create An Undetectable Mind Controlled Slave -Fritz Springmeier

Your Life After Death - The Joseph Communications

Loving What Is - Byron Katie

Animals Like Us - Mark Rowlands

Circumcision, The Hidden Trauma - Ronald Goldman

Birth Trauma And The Dark Side Of Modern Medicine - Jeanice Barcelo

Breaking Down The Wall Of Silence - Alice Miller

 

 

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"Jonathan Livingston Seagull" and "Illusions 'The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah'" .... nice and easy way in (in my consideration)

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Kahlil Gibran - The Prophet
Not a religious book, just some simple observations and truths of people and life...

 

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The first book that made me aware that all it not as it would seem, was a book l discovered on my parents bookshelf as a teenager.


Lyall Watson - Supernature
 

 

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In no particular order, some books I read in the last few years which I felt were very important to me.

 

Started with:

"Nineteen Eighty-Four" - George Orwell

"Brave New World" - Aldous Huxley

 

Then continued with:

"The Biggest Secret" - David Icke

"Phantom Self" - David Icke

"The Perception Deception" - David Icke

 

More recently (after expanding into other aspects):

"The Falsification Of History: Our Distorted Reality" - John Hamer

"Mindpower" - Dr Vernon Coleman

 

Other books that I found interesting reading on this voyage (and yes some of the authors others may find questionable, but if they open peoples' eyes and make them question things, that has to be a good thing, I don't necessarily agree with everything they have written):

"Enemy Of The State" - Tommy Robinson

"The Strange Death Of Europe" - Douglas Murray

"No Go Zones: How Sharia Law Is Coming To A Neighbourhood Near You" - Raheem Kassam

"2030: Your Children's Future In Islamic Britain" - David Vincent

 

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5 minutes ago, Basket Case said:

The first book that made me aware that all it not as it would seem, was a book l discovered on my parents bookshelf as a teenager.


Lyall Watson - Supernature
 

 

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Wow. Seriously, just wow. I have a copy of this and have only just started reading it. I was literally just looking at the front cover of this five minutes ago, thinking, "I bet this ends up being good enough to mention in this thread".

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Everything You Need to Know But Have Never Been Told - David Icke

A History of Central Banking and the Enslavement of Mankind - Stephen Mitford Goodson

The Secret World Government or "The Hidden Hand": The Unrevealed in History - Count Cherep-Spriridovich

Fahrenheit 451 - Ray Bradbury

Meditations - Marcus Aurelius

Heathen Gods in Old English Literature - Richard North

Anglo-Saxon Paganism - David M. Wilson

Mythology of the British Isles - Geoffrey Ashe

 

I'm looking for some good books on Celtic history.

 

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What a great thread!

 

I literally just finished...

Kings Dethroned

Gerard Hickson (1922)

A history of the evolution of astronomy from the time of the Roman empire up to the present day ; Showing it to be an amazing series of blunders founded upon an error made in the second century B.C...

 

And all I have to say is wowowow!
 
Read it for free here...
 

 

 

 

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I also have to add...

the Bible (old and new)

the Quran

Much of the Vedas and the Upanishads

Much of the Talmud

the Zohar

Much of Tripitaka, the Sutras and the Book of the Dead

 

and I think for real insight into what is happening right now...

The Externalization of the Hierarchy, Alice Baily

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1 hour ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

I'm looking for some good books on Celtic history.

 

'history is an attempt to narrate the past' - gilad atzmon

 

so if the people whose history you want to know about have been conquered how will you ever hear anything except a distorted narration of their story?

 

All you can do is detective work of piecing together the past from what you can discover that is reliable then lay it all out on the table in front of you and try and make sense of what you are looking at and even then it is subject to your own bias and desires

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1 minute ago, Macnamara said:

 

'history is an attempt to narrate the past' - gilad atzmon

 

so if the people whose history you want to know about have been conquered how will you ever hear anything except a distorted narration of their story?

 

All you can do is detective work of piecing together the past from what you can discover that is reliable then lay it all out on the table in front of you and try and make sense of what you are looking at and even then it is subject to your own bias and desires

 

This is true. I know quite a bit about Anglo-Saxon history, but unfortunately not so much about Celtic history, and even though I'm English, the English on average still have quite a bit of Celt DNA, so it's something I want to learn more about. I'm just not really sure where to start really, but I totallly agree that you have to try and piece things together yourself so you can come to your own conclusions.

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An area that is going to come into sharper and sharper focus for people as they find themselves facing economic hardship and food shortages is the issue of land use and behind that land ownership

 

This is because land is the source of everything. From the land comes food, shelter and clothes. People have been duped out of that and had the dust of modernity cast into their eyes but now as the reality of where modern life is leading us begins to sink in, many people will begin to rub the dust from their eyes and learn again what the real struggle has been in these isles for centuries: the struggle over land

 

In scotland this is has been covered by Andy Wightman in his books 'the poor had no lawyers' and 'who owns scotland'.

 

In england the issue is covered by a book that is on my 'to buy' list: 'who owns england: how we lost our land and how to get it back' by Guy Shrubsole

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1 minute ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

This is true. I know quite a bit about Anglo-Saxon history, but unfortunately not so much about Celtic history, and even though I'm English, the English on average still have quite a bit of Celt DNA, so it's something I want to learn more about. I'm just not really sure where to start really, but I totallly agree that you have to try and piece things together yourself so you can come to your own conclusions.

 

you and i know of the existence of a conspiracy so pervasive that it has its hands on all of the levers of power

 

It has its hands on the levers of publishing and on the levers of academia

 

I once contacted a leading academic because i was trying to find something that had been lost. The academic became very defencive and despite my best efforts to reassure them and to disarm them they remained evasive. What were they afraid of? They are gatekeepers and in that role they live in constant fear of failing to manage the gate properly and letting something through to public view

 

They create a narrative. That narrative is repeated and pushed in official 'textbooks' as part of the academic course reading and through repetition it takes on the appearance of solidity. But the orthodox view of history is being eroded by the day with new discoveries

 

You could learn everything in their proscribed textbooks but to get to a fuller truth you'd probably have to then unlearn much of it

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38 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

you and i know of the existence of a conspiracy so pervasive that it has its hands on all of the levers of power

 

It has its hands on the levers of publishing and on the levers of academia

 

I once contacted a leading academic because i was trying to find something that had been lost. The academic became very defencive and despite my best efforts to reassure them and to disarm them they remained evasive. What were they afraid of? They are gatekeepers and in that role they live in constant fear of failing to manage the gate properly and letting something through to public view

 

They create a narrative. That narrative is repeated and pushed in official 'textbooks' as part of the academic course reading and through repetition it takes on the appearance of solidity. But the orthodox view of history is being eroded by the day with new discoveries

 

You could learn everything in their proscribed textbooks but to get to a fuller truth you'd probably have to then unlearn much of it

 

My family own the copyright for all my Grandfather's books. He was an archaeologist, writer, and part of a historical society, and led a few successful digs. It's a shame because he was my family and I trust his work, but I could never share it under my name because I would dox myself. He has a lot of interesting writing on pre-Christian England.

 

I need to just get his stuff printed because some of his old rare out of print books go for hundreds on Amazon and other sites.

 

That being said, even though he was my Grandfather, his sources could still be wrong, outdated, half truths, or misleading in other ways. So I hear you, it's definitely hard to find untainted history, even from those you trust.

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5 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 his sources could still be wrong, outdated, half truths, or misleading in other ways. So I hear you, it's definitely hard to find untainted history, even from those you trust.

 

i guess that's where the detective work comes in to cross reference things

 

there is a war going on over history. Its the same war as the war over covid-truth, 911 truth, vaccine truth, sound money truth and so many other topics that affect us every day. They are just different battlefields of the same war

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6 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

My family own the copyright for all my Grandfather's books. He was an archaeologist, writer, and part of a historical society, and led a few succesful digs. It's a shame because he was my family and I trust his work, but I could never share it under my name because I would dox myself. He has a lot of interesting writing on pre-Christian England.

 

I need to just get his stuff printed because some of his old rare out of print books go for hundreds on Amazon and other sites.

 

That being said, even though he was my Grandfather, his sources could still be wrong, outdated, half truths, or misleading in other ways. So I hear you, it's definitely hard to find untainted history, even from those you trust.

 

Has he written only about English?

Gareth is looking for info/someone https://davidicke.com/2022/03/17/the-walk-series-three-researchers-historians-wanted/

 

You don't hear much about English history going back 10,000+ years.

It always seem to cirlcle around the time of Henry VIII which is fairly recent.

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Has he written only about English?

Gareth is looking for info/someone https://davidicke.com/2022/03/17/the-walk-series-three-researchers-historians-wanted/

 

You don't hear much about English history going back 10,000+ years.

It always seem to cirlcle around the time of Henry VIII which is fairly recent.

 

Oh, he passed away years ago, the copyright for his work just got passed down through the family.

 

It's mainly just content about England and ancient Briton, but there is some other work. Stuff about Atlantis, but I haven't read his work on that, so I don't know if he thought it was real. Also some writing on groups that possibly/did go to America before Columbus.

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2 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

Also some writing on groups that possibly/did go to America before Columbus.

 

it was orthodox history for a while that columbus was the first person to go to america from the 'old world' but then archaeology discovered viking artifacts, i think the 1960s, and history had to bend to fit the new evidence

 

if they can get something as simple as that wrong....wasn't it even spoken about in the sagas?

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12 minutes ago, DaleP said:

 

That's pretty interesting. I will have to see what he has written about Scotland. Cheers for that though, I didn't know they already did England and Wales.

 

Anyway, I better let people stay on topic.

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3 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

it was orthodox history for a while that columbus was the first person to go to america from the 'old world' but then archaeology discovered viking artifacts, i think the 1960s, and history had to bend to fit the new evidence

 

if they can get something as simple as that wrong....wasn't it even spoken about in the sagas?

 

I have no idea. There's lots of inscriptions on old rocks in America that indicate earlier settlers, but I haven't really looked into it for years.

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9 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

I have no idea. There's lots of inscriptions on old rocks in America that indicate earlier settlers, but I haven't really looked into it for years.

 

well they have just pushed back their previous dating for civilisation in the americas. The orthodox textbooks used to say that people crossed over a land bridge 10,000 years ago but now they have found archaeology artifacts from the clovis civilisation dating back to something like 14,000 years

 

we have been comprehensively lied to about a lot of things

 

LIDAR is now showing the true extent of the mayan civilisation that is now under jungle. Perhaps climate moves around and maybe that area wasn't always under rainforest?

 

that's all mainstream stuff

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49 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Oh, he passed away years ago, the copyright for his work just got passed down through the family.

 

It's mainly just content about England and ancient Briton, but there is some other work. Stuff about Atlantis, but I haven't read his work on that, so I don't know if he thought it was real. Also some writing on groups that possibly/did go to America before Columbus.

 

Obviously Columbus wasn't the first person who spotted America. It has been proven already but they want you to think Columbus was the one who found it. lol

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Just now, DaleP said:

 

Obviously Columbus wasn't the first person who spotted America. It has been proven already but they want you to think Columbus was the one who found it. lol

 

Oh I agree, but I think the question is how many people spotted it before him.

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On 3/17/2022 at 8:56 PM, EnigmaticWorld said:

Everything You Need to Know But Have Never Been Told - David Icke

A History of Central Banking and the Enslavement of Mankind - Stephen Mitford Goodson

The Secret World Government or "The Hidden Hand": The Unrevealed in History - Count Cherep-Spriridovich

Fahrenheit 451 - Ray Bradbury

Meditations - Marcus Aurelius

Heathen Gods in Old English Literature - Richard North

Anglo-Saxon Paganism - David M. Wilson

Mythology of the British Isles - Geoffrey Ashe

 

I'm looking for some good books on Celtic history.

 

If you have a,Avon prime they have shed loads of books for free to keep permanently on kindle. I’ve got about 200 books this way, all tend be older classics or more obscure. Found books on obscure mythology etc

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