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Since 1975, a privately circulated document has been the subject of much discussion and debate among researchers into the dark realms of political conspiracy. Its tentacles go deep, reaching into the heart of the energy industry and the intelligence community. Here you will find assassination teams, rampant and destructive "defense industry" corruption, and the covert manipulation of millions of people.

Purporting to reveal the identity of the conspirators in the John F. Kennedy assassination, The Gemstone File interprets pivotal historical events in a new light.

In these pages, one finds the complete text of "A Skeleton Key to the Gemstone File: The Kiwi Gemstone," as well as commentaries by famed researchers Mae Brussell, Robert Anton Wilson, Jonathan Vankin, Kerry Thornley, Ben G. Price, G.J. Krupey, Len Bracken, and Stephanie Caruana.

This classic work is must-have for any conspiracy researcher wanting to know how things really work.

©2015 Jim Keith (P)2015 New Saucerian

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  • Terri
  • United States
  • 07-17-15

A political conspiracy...

I received this audio book in exchange for my honest and unbiased review. The Gemstone File is about political conspiracy and cover ups. This book has many valid points, opinions and facts. One point I totally agree with is all drugs should be made legal as junkies will get them no matter what and at least they will be cheaper, so we all don't get robbed for them. This book covers many other times and events that also are questionable as to how they were handled.

The author, Jim Keith did a really good job on keeping my interest in this book. Quite often after hearing how something went down, I just had to shake my head. Hopefully, as a country, we have learned from past mistakes. The narrator, Jack Chekijian did a great job delivering this book to us, once again flawlessly with that voice that I swear is or should be on the history channel. I find this voice always easy on the ears and entertaining too. Good job guys!

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The Gemstone File

Jack Chekijian narrates this book nicely.It is a book on a bunch of conspiracy theories and thoughts from before JFKs killing to more current events.It is very interesting to listen to.
I was given this book free for an honest review

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This is a re-issue of a controversial book aimed at airing a complex series of conspiracies surrounding known events by an author known for such exposes. It deals with politics, big business .. The material is presented in a clear manner and includes testimonies from a number of close observers.
Narrator Jack provides voice rendition in a clearly nonjudgemental manner and with clear diction without putting the reader to sleep.

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  • Jan
  • United States
  • 06-15-15

Paranoia or facts?

This is a re-issue of a 1992 controversial book aimed at airing a complex series of conspiracies surrounding known events by an author known for such exposes. Mafia involvement with politics, big business, and the drug trade are included in this piece which covers evil doings from prohibition to 1990. The material is presented in a clear, concise manner and includes testimonies from a number of close observers. Worth a read regardless of your position on the fence.
Narrator Jack provides voice rendition of the material in a clearly nonjudgemental manner and with clear diction without putting the reader to sleep.
This book was a gift.

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  • DK
  • 08-03-15

Perfect for the Conspiracy Theorist - Repetitious

This is perfect for the conspiracy theorist. It covers everything from JFK to Watergate and beyond. It was repetitive but I think that was intentional as the author has collected these files (skeleton key) and they surround the same events but are told from a different perspective.

I listened for two hours trying to stay focused and engaged, but it didn't happen. Again, I found the material interesting but not so much that I could finish the entire book. This is only the second book that I've been asked to review and shut it off before finishing.

Those against the military complex, political conspiracies and the like will find this highly interesting and there is plenty of material to feed any conspirators appetite.

Jack Chekijian does a great job narrating. Usually I can listen to anything he performs and am able to stay with it till the end. It could be that it is a warm July afternoon and my attention drifted or the repetitious nature of the material. Any criticism is not a reflection of his work.

I can tell that the author put a lot of time in researching, organizing and reviewing these charges and theories. I give him kudos as well.

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