Being fairly new to the JFK conspiracy in terms of learning the details of the case, I came to this book based on recommendations from prominent researchers such as Jim Dieuginio and Len Osanic of Black Op Radio. I was not disappointed by what i read. This book, seemingly for a change, has the audacity to focus on President Kennedy's actual term in office, his policies and stances on the varying conflicts around the world. So many now get caught up in the research or debunking game they forget to look at what mattered, the fact that Kennedy probably saved us from Nuclear fire. I shudder to think what would've happened had any other hardline militarist been in the presidential seat at the time.
For those new this topic or conspiracy's in general, don't be afraid of what the naysayers and debunkers have to say, regardless of what you've heard, you are a grown, responsible person who has permission to think for oneself. Listen and learn, accept or reject it's your choice, your life. Enjoy.
What can i say? Abraham Lincoln and vampires, on the surface it sounds weird and kind of makes you go hmmm, but having listened to it i have to say this is one of the more surprising reads/listen that I've had in awhile. The story is written in an almost autobiographical way from Lincoln's "Lost Journal" and comes off quite believably. The intertwining of historical fact and butt kicking action is truly unique and makes for a fresh idea that entertains and educates. I learned quite a bit about Lincoln's life from the historical POV and the vampire killing action that acted as the filler between these events gave the book a balanced pace that didn't bore me.
Overall this is an enjoyable listen with a good narrator and a fresh style of fiction writing.
I've only recently taken the red pill and have fallen down the rabbit hole into the world of conspiracies and secret societies and what a ride it's been! Being an author myself, when I first heard of Robert Anton Wilson and his own unique experiences I knew i had to get this book. Quite simply, this book is Awesome! I've never really done drugs but man after listening to this book I feel like i've lived through the sixties and then some, sure it skips around a lot going from time to time and place to place but the way it all comes together as you listen to it is magnificently executed and very reminiscent of how I came across several revelations in my own life, a memory here, a smell there and suddenly everything just clicks.
Now the audio quality isn't exactly the best, it sounds very dated but at the same time the narrator's grating "smoker" voice fits the story quite well and has very much grown on me. He is almost a character unto himself from time to time.
A word of caution though, if you come into this book with no knowledge of "conspiracy theories" or "Illuminati" you might get lost, i've personally read a lot of literature on the subjects and was pleased to see how these two writers connect all the dots to make a cohesive worldview, and regardless of your stance on the subject, if you can open your mind just enough to make it through this book you'll definitely see the world with a new perspective... one way or another.
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