Modern Esoteric

Beyond Our Senses
Narrated by: Brad Olsen
Length: 33 hrs and 43 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Modern Esoteric examines the flaws in modern history and looks at how conspiracy theories, esoteric knowledge, and fringe subjects can be used to help change the dead-end course humanity seems to be following. 

The Lifeology section explores the long and storied "alternative narrative" of life on this planet. In the Control section, author Brad Olsen examines how Big Brother is here in the form of the New World Order, and how they keep the knowledge of humankind's true nature from the mass population. Finally, the Thrive section looks at all the ways humans are evolving to achieve their full potential.  

©2018 CCC Publishing (P)2018 CCC Publishing

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Conspiracy Theory Manifesto

This is so obviously a recording the author did by himself, probably sitting at his computer with a USB microphone. He frequently pauses and stumbles over his words, and at times you can hear computer chimes in the background, and for some reason none of that was edited out. As far as the book itself, it's extremely long and doesn't have very much info about anything esoteric as much as just a warning that everyone is out to get you, all of the 1%ers are utilizing occult methods to achieve success, and the world is going to end soon. It honestly reads like a poorly edited, self published manifesto written by a guy in his basement who could solve all the world's problems if he could just make people listen to him. It's entertaining in that way but not super educational.

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Unlistenable

The information could have been interesting. the intro to this book was way too long.

The narration of the book is god awful. So many mispronounciations it's unlistenable. He's full on burping and slurring his words. It sounds like he's switching recording on his iPhone and his laptop. Like dude, buy a decent USB condenser mic and learn how to use Audacity or Reaper. Learn to compress and normalize your audio.

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Here is a toast to the Zhwadevivra 😂

The narrator was not a professional narrator but he was delivering the truth so it made it even more real. Thank you for taking the time to document all and narrate.

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Wonderful book, underwhelmed with reader

This book is excellent and full of gems. I've learned a lot from it and have also been affirmed. I recommend it to anyone seeking truth & wisdom for themselves. However, I was very underwhelmed with the reader. There were moments I had to rewind and didn't really catch what was being read because of the mispronunciation, odd pauses, and general lack of flow for much of it.