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What are you reading - LoopRadar - 02-21-2008 08:54 PM
In the spirit of the "What are you listening to" thread, I'm making this version.
So, what books, documents, alien manifestos, pamphlets or ancient texts are you people reading these days?
I've just started reading "Changing Images Of Man - Stanford Research Institute"
What are you reading - Guest - 02-21-2008 09:43 PM
What are you reading - B4Time - 02-21-2008 11:45 PM
Been trying to read these lately Procopius of Caesarea which I got from this page The real Lawrence of Arabia which is very good in itself.Then I'm going to look into T.E.'s handler David George Hogarth.This guy must have been real Z scum from what i read from Lawrence of Arabia story.
What are you reading - LoopRadar - 02-22-2008 12:08 AM
"Changing Images Of Man - Stanford Research Institute" is here:
What are you reading - FlungPup - 02-22-2008 02:59 AM
Endgame by Derrick Jensen
How to make a forest garden by Patrick Whitefield
Days of Love, Nights of War by Crimethinc
Oh and a couple of zines by Submedia
What are you reading - Guest - 02-22-2008 05:24 AM
Quote:What are you reading, these days...?
Road signs, and they get boring fast!
It's all vids for me these days.... no time. Altho I did check out Henry Ford's 'the intl jew' recently.
What are you reading - harflimon - 02-22-2008 06:04 AM
I've been reading all the Philip K. Dick books I haven't read yet, downloaded a big collection of all his books.
But I also just started reading Undoing Yourself with Energized Meditation by Christopher Hyatt. It sure has some wisdom in it, I haven't gotten to the energized meditation part yet. Seems like the first part of the book is dedicated to tearing down any built up reality you have and showing you how much of a robot you are. It's fun to say the least, gets my brain working too.
What are you reading - Guest - 02-22-2008 06:23 AM
Quote:"Changing Images Of Man - Stanford Research Institute" is here:
don't quote me on it but if you go to skilluminati I think they have one of the rare earlier versions in a pdf.
It could be the same one as on the tracker though, I don't know
edit) the text is a little different..
What are you reading - Cycle of Eternity - 02-22-2008 08:56 AM
Commander X & Swartz - Strange and Unexplainable Deaths at the Hands of the Secret Government: Dead Men Tell No Tales
What are you reading - stanteau - 02-22-2008 03:16 PM
2061 by Arthur C Clarke
Dark Mission by Richard Hoagland
The First Book of Adam and Ever
and then I try and crack a chapter out of both the Bible and the Mahabharata a day
What are you reading - Midfield.Enforcer - 02-22-2008 04:24 PM
I'm currently reading:
How Mumbo-Jumbo Conquered The World - Francis Wheen.
(Harper Perennial) £8.99
An extract from the cover reads:
"From UFO scares to dotcom mania, Francis Wheen's hilarious and gloriously impassioned polemic describes a period in the world's history when everything began to stop making sense.
What colonised the space recently vacated by notions of history, progress and reason? Cults, quackery, gurus, irrational panics, New Age mysticism, moral confusion and an epidemic of mumbo-jumbo. Francis Wheen evokes the key personalities of the post-political era - including Princess Diana and Deepak Chopra, Osama Bin Laden and Nancy Reagan's astrologer - while charting the extraordinary rise in superstition, 'voodoo economics' and emotional hysteria over the past quarter of a century."
It's highly entertaining so far - i recommend it.
What are you reading - al_uh_looyah - 02-23-2008 11:14 PM
"Nourishing Traditions" by Sally Fallon
What are you reading - al_uh_looyah - 02-23-2008 11:15 PM
Quote:Days of Love, Nights of War by CrimethincI love this book!
What are you reading - FighterFromAfar - 02-23-2008 11:26 PM
What are you reading - blove8. - 02-24-2008 07:18 AM
I've been reading project management stuff for my grad course and NASWS documentation Jim has been collecting over the years and is dishing me. We're going to be presenting more information showing a clear conspiracy to cover up illegal activity. It's time to show the cases Jim has been building against certain individuals within the Canadian government, justice dept, social service programs, environmental agencies, and oil and gas players. We will be naming names and exposing their part in the plot to cover up the tainting of public water systems, illegal transportation of industrial wastes through outdated gas lines, tampering with legal documents (changing docket numbers so that Jim's case would never make it to court), child abductions and so on.
Just this past week I emailed one of Jim's 'representatives', Hector Goudreau, asking him if he would lend a hand in Jim's kids back for him.. all he could say to me was "I have dealt many times with this file. As this is confidential I can not discuss this."
Not very helpful, eh.
We will need your help spreading the info far and wide. The first attempt didn't make much of a dent. We need this thing to go big this next time around. We need to continue contacting journalists and researchers who want to break the case wide open for all to see. So you know, if anyone of you can write a thorough article explaining the main facets of this case as well as supplying clear evidence, there is a strong possibility of getting it published on globalresearch.ca. I have had email contact with an editor there and they are waiting for that article. I might get on that if I can catch up with my school work one of these days. :\
Don't be afraid to pm me if you are interested in lending a hand. If you are having trouble gaining an understanding of any facet of this story, please ask, if i can't answer the question, we can get an answer from Jim directly.