Jump to content

A Place for Sharing Books etc


Recommended Posts

On 10/13/2020 at 6:20 AM, allymisfit said:

Meet the Hybrids - The Lives and Missions of Et Ambassadors on Earth. 


I have a friend who I share alien stories with. She has given me this book to read and I can't wait to get in to it! 

Anyone else read this? 


I've read the book and have mixed feelings about it. For starters, it's a little too New Agey for my liking. A term that's used frequently throughout Meet The Hybrids is ascension, spelt with a capital A, which for any Christian (not one myself) should raise alarm bells. The problem is, books like these, as warm and fuzzy as they make the reader feel, as with those by self-proclaimed Experiencers, are remiss I think in failing to accept the reality of a negative force in the cosmos, without which the positive could not exist. It's in this gray area where I personally stand on the UFO issue, as I think both benevolent and malevolent ufonauts are interested in something relating to the human double helix. What that is hitherto remains a mystery, with various interpretations, and yet here we read of those who are only interested in the idea of there being an enlightened Galactic Federation who loves us, and who tune their minds out to there being negative nonhuman entities in our midst as well (existing either in the ether, as quasi-terrestrial incognitos, or as subterranean beings). Have not numerous alien abductees reported ongoing harrowing experiences? Indeed they have. These ones certainly do not feel special and apart of some elite class of intermediaries. Some Experiencers like to think of themselves as light beings and some may very well be, but part of being a genuine light being or light worker involves exposing the dark, shining a light on it, not ignoring and being in denial of its existence. As such, I find it curious whenever I hear fatuous if not questionable remarks made within the New Age or spiritual communities, to the effect of, Stay in the light! (meaning, don't dare speak of things that are upsetting however true they may be). Meet The Hybrids is a compelling read containing some fascinating testimonies, albeit to the exclusion of many others whose reports in regard to hybrids haven't been as pleasurable. Some people are after truth no matter how much it stinks, whereas others are content only with sweet-smelling fluff.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

The Soulless One: Cloning a Counterfeit Creation by Mark L. Prophet



There are two kinds of people in this world-those created by God and those created by the "fallen ones." The Soulless One reveals the presence of these fallen ones, technologically superior but spiritually bankrupt beings who migrated to Earth thousands of years ago and subjugated a humanity entranced by their scientific wizardry. Fantasy? Not at all. Tablets from ancient Sumer have confirmed the story of "gods" who used genetic engineering to create humanlike life on earth--the progenitors of today's "mechanization man." This book strips the mask from the fallen ones and reveals their strategies: their political philosophies, their mechanized righteousness in church and state, their materialism, and their purpose to dominate the body, mind and soul of the children of God. The most sinister legacy of this extraterrestrial race is the programming of the psyche by a mechanization concept that destroys life's natural creative potential. The author of this work is a Hungarian adept, the original founder of the House of Rakoczy. Those who recognize his inner attainment call him the Great Divine Director. He is an ascended master-the Master R who worked behind the scenes with le Comte de Saint-Germain in eighteenth and nineteenth-century Europe. He now dwells in a world of higher consciousness beyond time and space, yet he is intimately acquainted with the domination of God's people by the fallen ones. The Master R reveals the strategies of these fallen ones--and also how you can break free from this programming and unlock the creative spark within yourself.


  • Like 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 2 weeks later...

Beyond Probability - Abdullah Arik




Visual Presentation of a Miracle - Rashad Khalifa




These documents expose the 19 encryption that runs throughout the Quran both proving it's authenticity and preventing it from becoming corrupted by the hands of man. 


I strongly recommend that you read them both, 



EDIT - these are .pdf documents zipped with no password - I did not host them.

Edited by kninjahman
Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 4 weeks later...

A Modest Proposal - For preventing the children of poor people from being a burden to their parents or country and for making them beneficial to the public. By Jonathan Swift.

Wiki Link - (For a bit of context.)


Audiobook - Male Narrator

Audiobook - Female Narrator


''Therefore let no man talk to me of other expedients: Of taxing our absentees at five shillings a pound: Of using neither clothes, nor household furniture, except what is of our own growth and manufacture: Of utterly rejecting the materials and instruments that promote foreign luxury: Of curing the expensiveness of pride, vanity, idleness, and gaming in our women: Of introducing a vein of parsimony, prudence and temperance: Of learning to love our country, wherein we differ even from Laplanders, and the inhabitants of Topinamboo: Of quitting our animosities and factions, nor acting any longer like the Jews, who were murdering one another at the very moment their city was taken: Of being a little cautious not to sell our country and consciences for nothing: Of teaching landlords to have at least one degree of mercy towards their tenants. Lastly, of putting a spirit of honesty, industry, and skill into our shop-keepers, who, if a resolution could now be taken to buy only our native goods, would immediately unite to cheat and exact upon us in the price, the measure, and the goodness, nor could ever yet be brought to make one fair proposal of just dealing, though often and earnestly invited to it. Therefore I repeat, let no man talk to me of these and the like expedients, 'till he hath at least some glympse of hope, that there will ever be some hearty and sincere attempt to put them into practice.''

Edited by facere arbitrium
  • Like 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 4 weeks later...



Henri Charrière, called "Papillon," for the butterfly tattoo on his chest, was convicted in Paris in 1931 of a murder he did not commit. Sentenced to life imprisonment in the penal colony of French Guiana, he became obsessed with one goal: escape. After planning and executing a series of treacherous yet failed attempts over many years, he was eventually sent to the notorious prison, Devil's Island, a place from which no one had ever escaped . . . until Papillon. His flight to freedom remains one of the most incredible feats of human cunning, will, and endurance ever undertaken.

Charrière's astonishing autobiography, Papillon, was published in France to instant acclaim in 1968, more than twenty years after his final escape. Since then, it has become a treasured classic -- the gripping, shocking, ultimately uplifting odyssey of an innocent man who simply would not be defeated.

  • Like 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites




Utterly unique in its astonishing intimacy, as jarringly frightening as when it first appeared, Ann Rule's The Stranger Beside Me defies our expectation that we would surely know if a monster lived among us, worked alongside of us, appeared as one of us. With a slow chill that intensifies with each heart-pounding page, Rule describes her dawning awareness that Ted Bundy, her sensitive coworker on a crisis hotline, was one of the most prolific serial killers in America. He would confess to killing at least thirty-six young women from coast to coast, and was eventually executed for three of those cases. Drawing from their correspondence that endured until shortly before Bundy's death, and striking a seamless balance between her deeply personal perspective and her role as a crime reporter on the hunt for a savage serial killer -- the brilliant and charismatic Bundy, the man she thought she knew -- Rule changed the course of true-crime literature with this unforgettable chronicle.

Edited by SuperstarNeilC
Link to comment
Share on other sites



On November 15, 1959, in the small town of Holcomb, Kansas, four members of the Clutter family were savagely murdered by blasts from a shotgun held a few inches from their faces. There was no apparent motive for the crime, and there were almost no clues. 

As Truman Capote reconstructs the murder and the investigation that led to the capture, trial, and execution of the killers, he generates both mesmerizing suspense and astonishing empathy. At the center of his study are the amoral young killers Perry Smith and Dick Hickcock, who, vividly drawn by Capote, are shown to be reprehensible yet entirely and frighteningly human. In Cold Blood is a seminal work of modern prose, a remarkable synthesis of journalistic skill and powerfully evocative narrative.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 3 weeks later...

The Body Electric by Robert O' Becker and Gary Selden is a great read [a must read for all if you ask me] that is very informative and certainly sheds some light on the wonder of our Bodies and the Bioelectricity that sustains, protects and functions for us throughout our whole lives.
The Body Electric Electromagnetism and the Foundation of ...
It is one of the best attempts outside of the Eastern Internal Arts and in more modern, so called scientific times, to attempt to examine and learn more from our own body energy. Many of these types of books hailing from the West were also intended to make the Internal Arts look like hocus pocus, but thanks to other more suitably equipped authors such as Dr Yang Jwing Ming, [who just so happens to be an ancient Chinese Historian and Translator of many of China's ancient ruins, tablets, scripts and books as well as a highly skilled, multi-discipline Tai Chi and Internal Arts Master] the true and higher power uses of our internal energy, the Body Electric [or Qi pronounced as kee] has been brought to light and saved from forever being lost to time and is still to this day available to harness, but only for the most dedicated, focused and careful students and practitioners as it requires a great deal of learning to truly tap into and is best learnt with a real Master, but not the many fake useless ones we have in the World today.

Eight Pieces of Brocade (Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming) / AvaxHomeNEW - Qigong Meditation: Small Circulation by Yang Ph.D ...

Within Martial Art circles, mostly Internal Art styles, there was a much much greater understanding of the many beneficial uses for our bioelectricity thanks to the "Hard Work over a Long Time" ethic of the Arts themselves, So as you might now see, other than the obvious use we have for our energy on the surface, underneath all this is a way to tap into our higher power that we all have and it can be mastered to allow you to draw upon it and send it around your body via meriidians all driven by using your mind to control and direct it [mind over matter, your own matter]



It strengthens wherever you send it and can be used for self healing, raising vitality, shielding, combat, clearing out stagnant energy from attacks and blockages, or even increasing your overall energy supply permanently [see Grand Circuiation and Small Circulation training, also incidentally known as the Macrocosm and Microcosm] its made perfectly clear from this high level understanding that we do replicate our World and our Universe and also hints to the Universe inside of all of us too, hidden away in our very own Micro & Macrocosm's and energy pathways of each and every one of us [silently and patiently waiting to be harnessed]

Unfortunately, whilst this book doesnt discuss the Eastern concepts and training, it does it a great deal of justice by proving its efficacy in a Western setting and is seen as a triumph for the West as well as in the East.

Similarly, Dr Yang Jwing Ming has used his Scientific background and deep understanding to rigorously test Qi and the Body, but in his books he does this to test his knowledge of Internal Energy training scientifically and cross-reference both amazing schools of thought with many notes and new levels of understanding, tests and wonderments

...and finally, here's a link for everyone to download a free pdf copy of this brilliant book


Here's a summary from Wikipedia also for a more layman understanding...

The first part of the book discusses regeneration, primarily in salamanders and frogs. Becker studied regeneration after lesions such as limb amputation, and hypothesized that electric fields played an important role in controlling the regeneration process. He mapped the electric potentials at various body parts during the regeneration, showing that the central part of the body normally was positive, and the limbs were negative. When a limb of a salamander or frog was amputated, the voltage at the cut (measured relative to the central part of the body) changed from about -10 mV (millivolts) to +20 mV or more the next day—a phenomenon called the current of injury. In a frog, the voltage would simply change to the normal negative level in four weeks or so, and no limb regeneration would take place. In a salamander, however, the voltage would during the first two weeks change from the +20 mV to -30 mV, and then normalize (to -10 mV) during the next two weeks—and the limb would be regenerated.

Becker then found that regeneration could be improved by applying electricity at the wound when there was a negative potential outside the amputation stub. He also found that bone has piezoelectric properties which would cause an application of force to generate a healing current, which stimulated growth at stress locations in accordance with Wolff's law.

In another part of the book Becker described potentials and magnetic fields in the nervous system, taking into account external influences like earth magnetism and solar winds. He measured the electrical properties along the skin surface, and concluded that at least the major parts of the acupuncture charts had an objective basis in reality.

In the last chapters of the book, Becker recounts his experiences as a member of an expert committee evaluating the physiological hazards of various electromagnetic pollutions. He presents research data which indicate that the deleterious effects are stronger than officially assumed. His contention is that the experts choosing the pollution limits are strongly influenced by the polluting industry.

In 1998 Becker filed a patent for an iontopheretic system for stimulation of tissue healing and regeneration (US 5814094 A).[2]

The title of the book is a reference to the fiction anthology I Sing the Body Electric by Ray Bradbury, itself a reference to the poem of the same name by Walt Whitman.

Edited by CharlieBoy78
highlighting and emphasis
  • Like 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Here's a small 2Gb collection of pdf's i have available for free download and online reading on my Dropbox Account that covers a handful of subjects relating to:

Human Health, Nutrition, Essential Oils, Healthy Eating, Qi Gong and Martial Arts, Survivalism, GMO, Pesticides, Herbicides & Poisons to avoid, Knowledge, Lies & Destruction of Humanity, Satanism, Occult and the Illuminati

...and finished off nicely with a very large collection of Common Law Court documents, information and templates that everyone should be aware of, courtesy of the guys over on Telegram - Common Law & Equity Beginners

....wanna know more, connect with likeminded souls and thank the beautiful people who made all of this information available for us all? then head on over and join them via:

Group invite link - t.me/joinchat/NyOHWkSn3GVZmGnVCiUE9w

Knowledge has always been power and sharing has always been caring, so please feel free to download the lot if you like and remember, you can always just treat it like a library and read any of these books from directly within Dropbox, incase you have no free space to download or any other reason ;)


I highly recommend the Common Law section for everyone, this is how you take back your power in a more legal sense for starters, and understand in greater detail what's really going on and how easy it really is to free everybody in the World with real, truthful information and paperwork

Edited by CharlieBoy78
  • Thanks 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Title: Bodily Matters

Author: Nadja Durbach

Published: 2005


It's of interest to read of how more than a century ago, there existed an anti-vaccination movement. Nadja Durbach's highly readable Bodily Matters is primarily a detailed account of these conscientious objectors of yore, who valued bodily purity above all, and the individual over the collective. This historical account details the period between 1853-1907, to be precise; in and around England, specifically. Parliament at the time passed a law in 1853 making vaccinations compulsory. My favorite passage in the book quotes from a man who likened this particular Parliamentary session to a black sabbath and satanic at its core. These early anti-vaxxers believed to their very marrow that the state ought to stay not only out of one's boudoir, but even more so one's veins, and viewed the mandatory lancet as a violation of their very being. Maintaining bodily integrity was of utmost importance to these resisters, who were at times subjected to fines and even imprisonment for their unwavering stance. By 1907, the compulsory vaccination act was amended to allow for exemptions. One reads about mothers who did everything in their power to spare their children from the vaccinator's instrument and of the blood-tampering vaccine matter which existed during this period. The authoress quotes from a lawyer who in 1885 observed how people were kept in a constant state of fear on account of government-funded health officials who took to frequently warning the public of contagious germs. (I'm not an "X-Files" fan, but the book briefly mentions in passing how this TV show, which originally aired in the '90s, contained a running storyline in which vaccination was used as part of an alien agenda for global control.) It must be pointed out that Ms. Durbach merely presents the material as a detached historian would and does not express any personal opinions in the book in regards to vaccines and vaccinations. I hadn't realized until stumbling upon this book just how pensive, literary, articulate, and intellectually deep those within the anti-vaccination movement could be and most certainly were in those days, and just how long it's been in existence, dating back to almost a century-and-a-half ago, prior to Big Pharma and the advent of technocracy. It was not so much that these ones were "anti-science," what with scientism back then not as religiously revered as it is today. Their position was based more on spiritual grounds, more than anything else. I love the language that was used by these early anti-vaccinators, with their figurative talk of poisonous snakes, bats, and witches' brews. It was as if some of these ones thought vaccine matter to be more harmful to their souls than even to their bodies, that perhaps the ultimate goal was to see to the transformation of ordinary citizens into miniature anti-Christs.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 1 month later...
  • 2 weeks later...

Title: All Who Go Do Not Return

Author: Shulem Deen

Published: 2015


This exceptionally compelling read is a memoirs penned by an ex-member of a tight-knit community called the Skverers, a severely cloistered Jewish sect. Mr. Deen grew up a Hasid, in New York, and lived for most of his early years absorbed in Talmudic study and Torah lessons, cut off from the high-tech outside world. As a young man with a wife and five kids and numerous kinfolk in the faith, Mr. Deen would go onto experience a crisis of conscience. No longer satisfied with going through the motions and living the life of a perfunctory follower of Hasidism, after much soul-searching and questioning of his faith, Deen eventually decided to distance himself from the sect, in his wanting of a life beyond its restrictive boundaries. Once engrossed in rabbinical texts, Deen, following a period of disillusionment, would later become interested in computer technology. It helps that the book is written in English and not in Yiddish. As a matter of fact, rather remarkably, Mr. Deen, as one who was raised a Hasid, is surprisingly a gifted writer if not a master of the English language. He writes even eloquently at times. Written in an intimist and introspective style, Mr. Deen on numerous a page bares his soul. He writes of his passionless marriage, due to it having been pre-arranged, and even the awkwardness of the consummative act. (As an aside, the Hasid are not alone in this. There are other religious sects who are equally square in the sack. It is not uncommon among these clans/cults for them to totally prohibit their women from ever being even for a moment the dominant sexual partner. A rib in the superior position is considered an act of insubordination within these patriarchal systems and a wife in dominatrix gear is most definitely out of the question. Intercourse underneath these pious bedsheets must be awfully rigid; movements, mechanical and by the elders' book. One wonders whether there is any undressing at all that goes on save for the necessary divested articles.) Mr. Deen recounts his meeting with a three-member rabbinical court of judges to discuss the matter of his being a doubting Thomas. In sects like these, as twisted as it is, the questioning of even minute aspects of one's belief system is considered a sign, not of humility but of pride. The book really picks up and becomes ever so intriguing beginning with chapter 17 (there are 26 in total). It is here that Mr. Deen begins speaking of what would become a major turning point in his life: namely, his transition from devout worshipper to eventual individualist. It is here where he begins to write about his double life phase, of being a Hasid in body only, all the while secretly engaged in Hasidic taboos, like listening to the radio when no one else was around. It didn't take long until his curiosity of the outside world would lead him to discovering other delights, such as the local library, secular music, movies on videotape, TV, and the internet (including starting his own blog). During one of his sneaking out at night pedestrian getaways, Mr. Deen tells of his visiting a bar for the first time, where at first he could not figure out why some of the patrons were walking around in bare-ass lederhosen. Talk about being out of one's element. All Who Go Do Not Return is the fascinating story of a religionist turned disbeliever and is one of my favorite non-fiction books of all time.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

On 6/30/2020 at 6:56 PM, ink said:

25) A Catalogue of Anti-Vaccination Literature
The London Society for the Abolition of Compulsory Vaccination
114 Victoria Street, Westminster
1882, 2018


^^ Can't see this one I thought could be most insightful.

Its the last one on Ink's list = #25 from page1 of thread.  

Link just came up with content said to be removed or so & so.


Too bad on that one, unless anyone has an alternative link for it?   


Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • Ethel featured this topic

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.
Note: Your post will require moderator approval before it will be visible.

Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

  • Create New...