• Flat Earth Clues

  • End of the World
  • By: Mark Sargent
  • Narrated by: Mark Sargent
  • Length: 12 hrs and 1 min
  • 4.1 out of 5 stars (16 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Growing up on Whidbey Island, Washington, Mark Sargent started his career playing computer games professionally in Boulder Colorado. From there, he spent the next 20 years training people across the United States in proprietary software. In 2014, he looked into what is no doubt the strangest conspiracy ever, called 'Flat Earth Theory', and through extensive research, discovered that it wasn't so laughable after all.

In 2015, Mark released a series of YouTube videos and book titled Flat Earth Clues: The Sky's the Limit, which delves into the possibility of our human civilization actually being inside a Truman Show-like enclosed system, and how it's been hidden from the public since 1956. Since then, Mark has produced over 1,000 Flat Earth videos, been interviewed hundreds of times, and speaks to groups in different countries regarding this extraordinary claim.

In this second Flat Earth Clues book, Mark delves deeper into the conspiracy and looks at some of the key players (love 'em or hate 'em) that are involved in and associated with the struggle. This audiobook is read by the author and covers a range of issues from how we got here (in the Flat Earth struggle) and friends of the family to enemies of the state. It's an easy, informative listen which will (no doubt) leave you wanting to know more. Remember - do your own research, and sharing is caring! Following the book itself, there are interviews that the author does with various people - who will no doubt be asking the questions that will be running around in your mind.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio. 

©2019 Mark Sargent (P)2019 Booglez

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STOP THE STUPID MUSIC!!!!!!!!

Ordinarily I would have given this 5 Stars across the board without question. I typically listen to these when I go to bed and let them play throughout the night, but every hour I have been awakened by ridiculous music. It truly took a 5-star book and turned it into a 1 star annoyance.

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Flat Earth Clues. End of the world.

I Study all kinds of information, this is the 3 book on flat earth that I have studied. I have watched 4 videos from 1hr to 2hr videos on flat earth. This book is direct and to the point. a Very good listen.

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Great overview and history!

Mark has a wonderful speaking voice and friendly manner. I enjoyed his wit and candor. I am binging FE now after binging Jesus, Narcissism - DSM-5, COVID, Q, Essential oils, and other cool subjects. Recommend Paul Selig for life changing take on the Christ consciousness 😃

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not what I was expecting

this book is more about the people in the movement and not really about proving or disproving flat or round. I was relatively disappointed after 6 chapters of prattling on about this person and that person it became old and I put it down as a fail as far as flat earth information and more about the authors different experiences meeting women and rating other people in the movement. I was more interested in actually learning something of substance and it was clear by chapter 5 that was not going to happen. It was like a stranger telling you about all their family and friends and that's not what I wanted to know.