Lunenburg, MA, United States | Member Since 2009
Was interesting to listen to. Speaker had a style of conversation more than reading - a good thing. The story itself kept you wanting more information but it never came.
The book was very informative and enlightening. Will practice these methods to get better at it. Was very interesting to hear that someone using these methods all those years only considers themselves 60% accurate in detecting deceit. Any investigator needs to know that to guard against wrongly accusing innocent people. For use with personal relationships, it will be very helpful.
Have read a number of books on this topic and even though there was some good and new information, listening to this author was difficult. He tries to impress you with his vocabulary and makes sure you know of all his accomplishments. Ho could take some lessons from David Wilcock.
Interesting to read some of the reviews. Like almost anything else, you get people who like it and those who don't. Have done my own research on numerous topics and Mr. Wilcock connects the dots on many items. Refreshing to hear an alternative view from doom and gloom. The author was not the best reader but he was not that bad. I have found if you increase the speed, you not only get through the book faster but it alters the audio enough to where you get used to it.
Keep an open mind and you can't help but enjoy all the information that is presented.
The author does a wonderful job of bringing numerous issues together into a cohesive understanding of what really goes on in this world. Having researched most of the topics which the author covers, it all comes together. If you have not done any research, you would most likely not believe many of these topics - but - don't fool yourself, they are for real. It is really unfortunate that most people stop reading as soon as something becomes uncomfortable. This country needs to wake up and this book is just what they need - now!
My wife and I have listened to this many times over and have shared it with a number of people. Unfortunately we purchased this too late to help some close friends. Makes you look at what your own lifestyle and what you have done wrong all your life. It also makes you very angry that corporations (and our own government) have a hand in keeping known cures away from common folk.
The author should not have read his own book - but - you do get a good idea of who he is. Not impressed. He does however offer good information for keeping more of an open mind. Choosing the events of 9/11 as an example goes against his "look at the facts" statements. Over 1,500 Architects and Engineers looked at the facts and are calling for a new investigation. Research Building 7 and nano-thermite and come to your own conclusions.
The book does a good job of describing an agency that perpetuated its existence with lies and deception - which is what they are all about in the first place anyway. The fact that the author glances over the Kennedy assassinations and misrepresents the Iran hostage crisis as something other than the CIA making a deal to keep them in captivity to ensure the election of their old boss (Bush) as Vice President makes you wonder where do the lies and deception in the book itself begin and end. The sad fact is that this country was taken down the wrong path time and again and no one had to pay the price - just like what is happening in Washington today.
If main stream media ever had the courage to allow the author to enlighten the populace, she might be able to break the country out of the stupor we have been in for far too long.
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