Alien World Order

The Reptilian Plan to Divide and Conquer the Human Race
Narrated by: Paul Costanzo
Length: 9 hrs and 57 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (180 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Long ago, the Galactic Federation sent the Atlans, a fierce group of humans from the Pleiades, to Earth to confront the newest colony of the combative ever-spreading alien race known as the Reptilians. The ensuing battle sank the continent of Lemuria and drove the Reptilians underground beneath the Indian subcontinent as well as to Antarctica. Able to shapeshift to appear human, the Reptilians then infiltrated the Atlantean civilization, abducting humans and creating Reptilian hybrids. As Len Kasten shows, this technique of infiltration and hybridization prior to an all-out attack has been the hallmark of Reptilian conquest throughout the galaxy.

Chronicling the history of the Reptilian Empire's influence on Earth and their conquest of 21 star systems, Kasten reveals how the human race is enmeshed in a skillfully concealed plot to enslave humanity and exploit our planet's physical and biological resources. Revealing Hitler's pact with extraterrestrials and the Reptilian influence on the Nazi state, he shares new documents that disclose the rescue and rehabilitation of Nazi war criminals to assist in the Cold War, which then corrupted many US government institutions.

©2017 Len Kasten (P)2017 Tantor

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I Couldn't get Enough

If you are hardcore cynic or skeptic trying to be convinced, don't waste your time. However, if you listen with an open mind and check the historical references, this can be a terrifyingly plausible reality. Either way, I loved the narrator, enjoyed the storyline though painful to hear at times due to the context. I wish there was another part to this book. Maybe one explaining what is currently happening in reference to the various hypotheses put forth here.

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total fiction

I prefer to hear factual information. this book droned on about reptilian beings and nothing establishes where the information comes from. I take this to be rambling fiction.

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If this is true, it is shocking!

After I read the book, I went and researched every data point, and literally everything he is referencing has definitely been spoken up online. He just stops the surface. It is an exceptional book.

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Wake up! All humanity needs to read this book.

A must read for mankind. Wake up! All humanity needs to read this book and reconnect with who we really are. For your children's sake read this book.

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Interesting Consolidation of Alternative History Theories.

The author has produced a detailed summary of an alternate perspective of our evolution and place in the universe. Drawing from many theorists, he has generated a very interesting story and linear timeline as it relates to the alien intervention in our history. The reader will be left to discern how much of the content has a foundation in reality or is merely wildly imaginative musings, but it is minimally an entertaining and thought provoking journey.

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Great reading and great narrator!

I really like the book and the narrator did a wonderful job of narrating.

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Reality or Science Fiction?

Whether one believes in alien-human interaction or not, there is undeniably a powerful current of darkness and malevolence in control of large areas of the world and of human experience. Perhaps this negativity is generated in our own unconsciosness, perhaps it’s been seeded in our DNA by some external source, or perhaps it is being fed to us through psychic and propagandistic channels of human and/or extraterrestrial creation. Or all of the above. It’s quite disturbing, to say the least, to embrace the idea that our world is being controlled, manipulated and led by a bunch of psychopathic humans in connection with soulless entities from off planet, but one has only to look at the history of our planet and to look at the current crop of seemingly brainless individuals who pose as our “leaders” to see that something is very amiss. Maybe what the author of this book puts forward is absolutely factual, perhaps only partially, but there are certain facts that he presents which are unquestionably accurate and which, in itself, is enough for me to open to the possiblity that what he says as a whole is not so easily dismissed. At the very least, I’ve come away from this book with a more open mind.

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very good bookk

excellent book i truly enjoyed it but its a lot of information so ill be relistening and looking up the references.

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A eureka

much appreciated helpful to the general continuum of earth and space gegenschein invisible atoll how can a coracle contain a whole all materials, samples etcetera ?!..

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where are the indigenous?

No mention of Africans out side of Egypt nor indigenous Americans out side mayans. Sad being that most of our knowledge derives from those sources.

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  • 04-02-20

Disappointing

I expected some sort evidence to get to grips with, to be presented in a scientific manner. Instead I just got a star war novel or an episode of Star Trek and even that was poorly presented

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  • 05-18-20

Good for a star trek fan or die hard fiction fan

No evidence based facts and started getting bored by fourth chapter. Not for everyone I guess..