Review: Mary Magdalene Revealed – The First Apostle, Her Feminist Gospel & the Christianity We Haven’t Tried Yet by Meggan Watterson

6 Star Top 10%, Consciousness & Social IQ, Religion & Politics of Religion
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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.

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Review: OBLIVION – America At The Brink by Thomas Bearden

6 Star Top 10%, Asymmetric, Cyber, Hacking, Odd War
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6 Stars For Provocation & Graphics

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.

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Review: Gravitobiology – A New Biophysics by Thomas Bearden

6 Star Top 10%, Asymmetric, Cyber, Hacking, Odd War, Intelligence (Government/Secret), Nature, Diet, Memetics, Design, Power (Pathologies & Utilization), Science & Politics of Science, War & Face of Battle, Water, Energy, Oil, Scarcity
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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.

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Review: Hitler’s War by David Irving

6 Star Top 10%, History
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David Irving

6 Star — Truthful History That Exposes Zionist-Controlled Lies Across Academia & Publishing

I “woke up” to the reality of my government lying about everything when 9/11 went down and it was immediately obvious to me that this was a false flag event, no airplanes, all pre-planned.

Then I encountered the work of Ernst Zundel and found his work — including his legal victory against Zionists defamers and liars in Canada — to be totally compelling. I added to my already extensive reading a new thread, seeking the truth on Zionism, Palestine, and — after reading Peter Dale Scott and David Ray Griffin — the Deep State.

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Review: Data Politics – Worlds, Subjects, Rights edited by Didier Bigo, Engin Isin, and Evelyn Ruppert

6 Star Top 10%, Information Operations, Information Society, Information Technology

Didier Bigo, Engin Isin, Evelyn Ruppert (eds._

6 Star — A pioneeering panorama

Take the time to look at the Table of Contents using Amazon’s Look Inside! feature. This is a remarkable book, both comprehensible at the undergraduate or citizen lay level, and a foundation for advanced studies.

I find this book absorbing in every respect. Part I covers the pernicious impact of algorithms and surveillance capitalism, and touches on the reality that “knowledge” is under siege, which is to say, data integrity at the micro and macro levels has vanished, while personal privacy at the micro and macro levels has also vanished.

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