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tinmenace 12-04-2007 01:37 PM

The Last Book You Read/Reading?
 
What is the last book you read?....and what did you think about it?

mo0n5tar 12-04-2007 01:47 PM

platos republic, i found it to be the instruction towards a betterment of our society, by reading the book and then viewing the current affairs it was so obvious how far ahead of his time plato was, his ideas on democracy encapsulated the ridiculousness of Tony Blairs public image, the leader in a democracy will trade political substance to appeal to the undereducated and generally ignorant masses, making politics and subsequentley life little more than a popularity contest.
I recommend you give it a read.

tru3 12-04-2007 01:52 PM

"a game as old as empire", ed. by stephen hiatt.

the follow up book to "confessions of an economic hit man".

free excerpt here:

http://www.economichitman.com/TheBook/excerpts.htm

One Confessions supporter wrote a letter to his contacts that stated, “I decided to share my excitement about this with you because I feel that this is not just a book—it is an event, with powerful cultural and political ramifications. This book turns our understanding of history upside down, and I implore you to read it as soon as you possibly can. The more people who are aware, the more easily change can be brought about.”

This is what made Confessions successful, a large pool of passionate supporters who created a juggernaut word-of-mouth campaign. And it is this passion that Berrett-Koehler now hopes to build on by publishing the first follow-on book to Confessions—A Game As Old As Empire.


these books are causing a type of momentum mentioned in the art of war: that of a huge round boulder rolling down a moutainside thousands of feet high.

a must-read! :)

lookfar 12-04-2007 02:30 PM

Dolphin Connection by Joan Ocean

Amazing book, totally inspiring & uplifting, loved it :)

lightbeing 12-04-2007 03:17 PM

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Originally Posted by lookfar (Post 28084)
Dolphin Connection by Joan Ocean

Amazing book, totally inspiring & uplifting, loved it :)

Haven't read it but done allot of surfing on her websites www.etfriends.com and www.joanocean.com:)

Have you emailed her? I have a few times and got back some lovely emails, she is up there with a meeting with David:)

Her place in Hawaii is just beautiful, what a different life, swimming with dolphins and being surrounded by such positive loving energy:) .............

lookfar 12-04-2007 03:52 PM

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Originally Posted by lightbeing (Post 28092)
Haven't read it but done allot of surfing on her websites www.etfriends.com and www.joanocean.com:)

Have you emailed her? I have a few times and got back some lovely emails, she is up there with a meeting with David:)

Her place in Hawaii is just beautiful, what a different life, swimming with dolphins and being surrounded by such positive loving energy:) .............

Hi lightbeing

It's definitely worth a read IMO. I've got the other book to start as soon as I finish my Don Croft one.

I have checked out the websites, but not indepth as they contain a wealth of information & some beautiful pictures. I need to dedicate some time to a more thorough search soon. It's always been a dream of mine to swim with them & experience their energy... I need to make it a reality!!:)

xdnax 12-04-2007 04:04 PM

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Originally Posted by tru3 (Post 28071)
"a game as old as empire", ed. by stephen hiatt.

the follow up book to "confessions of an economic hit man".

free excerpt here:

http://www.economichitman.com/TheBook/excerpts.htm

One Confessions supporter wrote a letter to his contacts that stated, “I decided to share my excitement about this with you because I feel that this is not just a book—it is an event, with powerful cultural and political ramifications. This book turns our understanding of history upside down, and I implore you to read it as soon as you possibly can. The more people who are aware, the more easily change can be brought about.”

This is what made Confessions successful, a large pool of passionate supporters who created a juggernaut word-of-mouth campaign. And it is this passion that Berrett-Koehler now hopes to build on by publishing the first follow-on book to Confessions—A Game As Old As Empire.


these books are causing a type of momentum mentioned in the art of war: that of a huge round boulder rolling down a moutainside thousands of feet high.

a must-read! :)

is this book available in the UK do you know? sounds really good, but can't find it on play.com

im reading children of the matrix at the moment. the only icke book i haven't read.
i bought a book called mind magic which seemed all perfectly spiritual and good but it just focusses (from what i've read) on "hey, this is how you can lose weight / attract money / stop smoking" etc and that is a bit tedious 4 me.

a mate lent me a book about bin laden (an OFFICIAL one) so i'm gunna read that. i know it'll probably be full of shit, but how can i form opinions if i don't know both sides, right?

btw, check out my songs on myspace!!! (link below) :)

auron 12-04-2007 04:05 PM

Food of the Gods - By Terence Mckenna. An amazing read about Shamanic cultures, DMT, mushrooms etc. Really mind opening material :)

lightbeing 12-04-2007 04:07 PM

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Originally Posted by lookfar (Post 28102)
Hi lightbeing

It's definitely worth a read IMO. I've got the other book to start as soon as I finish my Don Croft one.

I have checked out the websites, but not indepth as they contain a wealth of information & some beautiful pictures. I need to dedicate some time to a more thorough search soon. It's always been a dream of mine to swim with them & experience their energy... I need to make it a reality!!:)

Hi lookfar,

I will have to get the dolphin connection, it's funny you mention swimming with dolphins, I would like to do this as well!........

What with the Mars connection, now dolphins, we both have the same aspirations, spooky!!:)

I feel that the dolphins and Mars are connected, hmmm?.................

auron 12-04-2007 04:07 PM

Here is a link to it:

http://www.cyjack.com/Cognition/FoodoftheGods.pdf

chattanova 12-04-2007 08:04 PM

A former pentagon official reveals the U.S. Government's shocking UFO cover up 'THE DAY AFTER ROSWELL' by COL. Philip J. Corso (..he's now dead) .
It's an amazing book, he tells us how he spearheaded the Army's reverse-engineering project that led to today's:
Integrated circuit chips , Fiber optics, Lasers, Super-tenacity fibers and ''seeded'' the Roswell alien technology to giants of American industry !

Here's an interview wit corso about the book
www.v-j-enterprises.com/corso.html

tinmenace 12-04-2007 08:28 PM

Wow! Everyone is so intense! I'm really impressed with the choice of books so far!

lucifershammer 12-04-2007 08:45 PM

The Hiram Key by christopher knight and robert lomas.

fascinating. it seemed every other paragraph i was leaning back in my chair scratching my head thinking 'whoa'.

tinmenace 12-04-2007 08:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lucifershammer (Post 28230)
... it seemed every other paragraph i was leaning back in my chair scratching my head thinking 'whoa'.

I LOVE books like that!

stikmata 13-04-2007 12:18 AM

last book for me was this absolute gem.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/6469/David...Biggest-Secret

i'm sure most here are familiar with it.... maybe some aren't though.

:)

whitelightrabbit 13-04-2007 12:46 AM

just finished amy tan 'the kitchen god's wife' about ten minutes ago.

i like her work. she's the author of 'the joy luck club'. this one had some chinese WW2 history, and a peek into the mind of the chinese american immigrant. *thumbs up*

lookfar 13-04-2007 12:57 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lightbeing (Post 28114)
Hi lookfar,

I will have to get the dolphin connection, it's funny you mention swimming with dolphins, I would like to do this as well!........

What with the Mars connection, now dolphins, we both have the same aspirations, spooky!!:)

I feel that the dolphins and Mars are connected, hmmm?.................

Hi lightbeing

I highly recommend getting hold of the books, they're very uplifting & have made me want to make my dream a reality, for various reasons.

Hehe, yeah I'm up for all the good things in life & EVERYTHING is connected!!:)

:)

i_am 13-04-2007 01:46 AM

Well I decided to take a break from Spiritual and/or conspiracy books. Someone gave me Diana Gabaldon's First book in the Outlander Series to read. Well six books and 6,000 or more pages later, I have finally finished all that are written to date.

I was taking time out but found so much interesting information in these books that I would probably not have taken much notice of if I was not where I am spiritualy, and aware. They are works of fiction but all of the history and geograpical references are real. There was stuff about Freemasons in Scotland and the connections they made in Europe and the New World through this association. There was an episode with Mayer Rothschild and many more historic figures and events. So, you see, you can't take time out. When you start on this path, you can only go forward :D

ratiocinator 13-04-2007 03:00 AM

The New Ethics Of Eating, by Erik Markus:

Download link:

If you are unfamiliar with the information contained in this book, then prepare yourself for a shock.

a fine naked fellow 13-04-2007 07:40 AM

The last book I read was ‘the science and the art of tracking‘.
By tom brown jr. which I liked a lot.
And the book before that was ‘hidden messages in the water‘.
By masaru emoto which I also liked a lot.

My favorite david icke book is I am me I am free.
Plus children of the matrix is good. :cool:


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