This book gave me glimpses into worlds I had never dreamed of. Some of it resonates with me, other parts seem too far out for me to believe, but I enjoy thinking about the possibilities anyway. The main part of the book that really resonates with me is that we are all parts of soul groups that gather between lives to help each other learn and grow. That point of view makes so many "coincidences" and circumstances of my life make more sense. It's helpful to me to hear more about this process from others. To me, because this information was gathered from many others using hypnosis, it represents a message from the collective unconscious.
The reason I call this a profoundly underrated book is because within it lies the truth of how the various secret agencies of our government have used their carte blanche finances and veils of secrecy that are intended to defend us to devise unbelievable ways to control and manipulate our minds as well as the enemy's.
This book is not like the silly little movie. This book contains the real players real names. I think the movie was a deliberate attempt to poo poo this book to the degree that people poo pooed the movie. So that we don't read the book and open our eyes to what has really been happening. The names and stories in this book are all real. As unbelievable as that may seem, these things really happened. I know this for a fact.
The information in the book itself will show you how the absurd comical twists of its presentation, and our perception that it is a silly little expose, lead us to disbelieve, or worse, believe and then be entertained by the criminal abuses that have been going on behind the door of classified secrecy. This traces connections of the people involved in the abuses of the illegal tests of LSD on the public from the early Bush CIA all the way through to the Bush torture and other abuses of power after 911 and during the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. And it still goes on today.
Hidden behind the unbelievability of the absurd ideas presented here lies the truth about the human impulse to "do good" and how the fruits of those impulses can be twisted by ignorance, fear, military power, blind order following, mistakes and human failings, so that the very opposite of what was originally intended happens instead. War instead of peace, suffering instead of freedom.
I began being entertained by this book and ended with a huge knot in my stomach after absorbing the reality of what this story is about and how the very fact that I was entertained by it scares the @#%* out of me. What does this say about me? What does this say about us?
In order to really get this, notice how the names all tie together to create a constant command of psychological control. Also, if you choose to read this book, relax and enjoy it's entertainment value. Then think about that after you know the end outcomes of the story.
I think I was expecting more writing mastery. I have heard about this book for forty years before hearing it, and had read reviews. Overall, I am glad I finally got the story, but it seems anticlimactic. After having real experiences like this myself, it doesn't seem so new or mysterious. The book has such acclaim that my expectations were probably too high. I read that most of it was debunked as not being true, which doesn't matter one bit to me, he is telling stories that might represent other people or real experiences. This is just inspiring me to write about my own experiences, if he can do it, then so can I!
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