And The Truth Shall Set You Free

Author: David Icke
Editor: David Icke Books
ISBN: 9780953881055
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A stunning exposé of the hidden agenda behind the global affairs that some consider to be astonishingly accurate in predicting current events. Original.

I Am Me I Am Free

Author: David Icke
Editor: David Icke Books
ISBN: 9780952614753
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With humor and powerful insight, the author exposes what he sees as the mental and emotional prisons which billions of people have built around themselves. Original.

The David Icke Guide To The Global Conspiracy And How To End It

Author: David Icke
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ISBN: 9780953881086
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A well-known writer and researcher in his field lays out his belief in a "global conspiracy" in which a network of interbreeding families going back to the ancient world are manipulating events to impose a centrally-controlled Orwellian global state. Original.

Children Of The Matrix

Author: David Icke
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ISBN: 9780957630895
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How an interdimensional race has controlled the planet for thousands of years - and still does.

Infinite Love Is The Only Truth

Author: David Icke
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ISBN: 9780953881062
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The author explains his belief that the "world" is a virtual-reality game that exists because we believe it does. Original.

Inventing The Aids Virus

Author: Peter H. Duesberg
Editor: Regnery Publishing
ISBN: 9780895263995
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Investigates the political and financial forces that have shaped AIDS research, including the growing dissension within scientific ranks, the power politics among virologists, and other controversial issues

Phantom Self

Author: David Icke
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ISBN: 9780957630888
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The vast majority of us unknowingly suffer from a slave mentality. We constantly experience the psychological phenomena of cognitive dissonance, where our beliefs and behaviour are in conflict, and Stockholm syndrome - the traumatic bonding with a captor. Our ability to decode reality is linked to what we are able to perceive. Icke believes our reality has been hijacked by an invisible force the Gnostics used to call Archons. He maintains that we are headed towards a cashless world and human settlements which are projected as local community initiatives but are actually centralized systems of control. Our health is being systematically weakened: if you are sick, you are easier to control. Icke’s dystopian view of the future assumes that the masses will stay glued to their TVs, locked forever into the hive mind of the Matrix, which says "I have no power". Can humanity break free? Through truth and love we can become who and what we really are.

Catechesi Tradendae

Author: St. John Paul II
Editor: Sophia Institute Press
ISBN: 1622822382
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Perhaps no other papal document more eloquently articulates the importance of catechesis in our time — and how to undertake it — than Catechesi Tradendae. Written by St. John Paul II, this apostolic exhortation describes the important and unique roles the Church, the laity, and the family play in ensuring that all Catholics not only understand the Faith, but are prepared to live it fully. “ St. John Paul II gives the catechist the vision, methods, and roadmap for effective and dynamic catechesis in our modern culture.” --Bishop Kevin Vann, Bishop of Orange

The Concept Of Affectivity In Early Modern Philosophy

Author: Ádám Smrcz
Editor: Gyöngyösi Megyer
ISBN: 9632848209
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There is no need to argue for the relevance of affectivity in early modern philosophy. When doing research and conceptualizing affectivity in this period, we hope to attain a basicinterpretive framework for philosophy in general, one that is independent of and cutting across such unfruitful divisions as the time-honored interpretive distinction between “rationalists” and “empiricists”, which we consider untenable when applied to 17th-century thinkers. Our volume consists of papers based on the contributions to the First Budapest Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy, held on 14–15 October 2016 at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest. When composing this volume, our aim was not to present a systematic survey of affectivity in early modern philosophy. Rather, our more modest goal was to foster collaboration among researchers working in different countries and different traditions. Many of the papers published here are already in implicit or explicit dialogue with others. We hope that they will generate more of an exchange of ideas in the broader field of early modern scholarship.

The Perception Deception

Author: David Icke
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ISBN: 9780955997389
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"Icke lays out in dot-connected detail a lifetime of research and insight about our 'computer'-simulated reality, the holographic universe, and the hidden non-human forces that are manipulating human life via hybrid bloodline families and networks into a global Orwellian state of total control"--P. [4] of cover.