I was given this book by a very educated person who has been attacked over the years for telling the truth about medical fraud including cover-ups of what amounts to electromagnetic genocide and ecocide. He said it saved his life.
Although the book focuses on surviving in the wilderness and in the face of totally unanticipated breakdowns and combinations (e.g. luxury car breaks down a hundred miles from anywhere at same time that a freak storm comes in), it is in many ways a good starting point for reflection about one’s inner tool-kit for surviving just about anything.
Six Stars — Christianity as It Should Be, Rooted in Love, Respecting the Feminine, Self as Jesus
This is one of those books that changes everything. If it were to be appreciated world-wide the Vatican and the Catholic Church in its present form would be burned at the stake, and from the ashes a new church formed in which women have equal if not greater voice.
The bottom line is that ego is power over, while love is power with — love is without beginning or end, without limit.
I am in the middle of some sort of spiritual convergence in which everything I have learned up to this point in my 67 years of life is coming together centered on a new understanding of the indivisibility of God, consciousness, energy, and the Cosmos including what some call extraterrestrials, others call angels and demons, I choose to call advanced forms of energy with higher levels of love. Ethics — and patriotism — are central to my reflections.
David Ray Griffin is a GIANT as a theologian and leading proponent for “process” theology, which holds that God is not a transcendent eternal and unchanging being but God is immanently involved in the world, God’s very being unfolding in space and time, nature, history and culture. The author’s view (which I share) is that history is internal to God, and God is internal to worldly events, but they are not identical. (This keeps God from being considered evil because of the world’s evil). Read the book for the nuances.
This book is the stake in the heart of the Christian evangelical right that sold out to the Zionists and the Deep Stake. Others, such as Pastor Chuck Baldwin, share Griffin’s disdain for the politicized (“agent of Rome”) Christian right, but Griffin is alone at the top of the intellectual mountain on this point.
The books of Thomas Bearden, a retired US Army Lieutenant Colonel and also a PhD intelligence analyst assigned the Soviet escoteric weapons target in the 1970’s and 1980’s, were brought to my attention by John Petersen, founder of The Arlington Institute still today one of America’s foremost futurist networks with DEEP knowledge of escoteric matters including weapons.
This book, one of his more recent first published in 2005, is unique because the bulk of the book is a very long briefing, two graphics per page, that he created for a single wealthy customer.
6 Stars — Balances All Lies by Existing Authorities – We Have a Need to Know!
I am not a scientist, I cannot comprehend mathematics, and I found much of this book too escoteric for a word by word reading.
Having said that, I am persuaded that the author, a retired US Army Lieutenant Colonel and PhD with long experience in technical intelligence focused on the Soviet target, is sharing core knowledge on the intersection between biology and electromagnetics that we have a need to know.
5 Stars – The only “Direct Witness” Book & Overview By a Person I Trust
Reviewed by Robert David STEELE Vivas
Of the 97 non-fiction topical areas in which I read, Extraterrestrials is the one I am least comfortable with. I have no direct knowledge. However, I have read and reviewed a number of books, and talked personally with retired NASA PhDs and a few DoD colleagues who alleged direct involvement in the secret space program — and I have talked with and even interviewed on video the author of this book, Kerry Cassidy.