• July's End with Black Swans

  • Spirit Whirled
  • By: Dylan Saccoccio
  • Narrated by: Chance Garton
  • Length: 8 hrs and 41 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)

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You know something is wrong. The paradigm you live in is unjust, rigged against those without money, and completely unsustainable from both an economic and ecosystemic standpoint. 

Maybe you already know what’s going on but don’t have the time or resources to bring others up to speed. Refer them to this book. 

Maybe you have no idea what’s going on, but you can feel the spiritual and physical wickedness eroding your way of life, your rights, your purchasing power, your health, and your ability to make a living. You don’t have time to sacrifice a decade of your life to research it and need something that is both clear and efficient at bringing you up to speed so that you can take action and help others. This book is for you. 

The main benefit of the Spirit Whirled series is that it will provide you with the knowledge to understand where you are at all times and not allow other people to transfer your property, rights, or life into man-made constructs where they can be controlled, limited, deprived, or rationed. All control and tyranny is based on jurisdiction, and many of the tricks being used to deprive you of your freedom and sovereignty are based on the hidden mechanisms by which you are unknowingly lured (or compelled) into certain jurisdictions where despots claim to have the right to enforce their whims upon you. 

Man-made civilization is in a terrible condition, but that condition can be changed, and it starts with you. Don’t give up. If the situation were hopeless, they wouldn’t have to scheme against you so often. Even now, you can see their artificial paradigm collapsing. You’re the one you’ve been waiting for.

©2020 Dylan Michael Saccoccio (P)2022 Dylan Michael Saccoccio

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  • Sean G Clarke
  • 02-23-22

A wealth of perspectives & clarifications

Great information, great pace, and great narration. I found it to be jam packed with clarified perspectives regarding the fragmented mess of esoteric knowledge we (who have chosen to explore) have been left to deal with.

I'm sure many will find it to be a powerful tonic—in relation to contemporary mans artificially impaired comprehension; where otherwise there would be the continuous joy and integration of genuine understanding, by our very nature of being. Enjoy!