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Posted: Jul 6 2004, 11:57 AM
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what other good books are out there?

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Posted: Jul 6 2004, 12:28 PM
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Being interested in health and the latest cures, I am trying to get through, "Flood Your Body With Oxygen...Therapy for Our Polluted World", by Ed McCabe. It's a 589-page tome, including 42 pages of Resources (Alternative doctors), Index, and reference studies being done in Cuba. Lots of material covering the applied use of food grade Hydrogen Peroxide, both internally and externally.

The last book I read was, "The Body Electric...Electromagnetism and the Foundation of Life", by Robert O. Becker, M.D. and Gary Seldon. Not good what ELF (extremely low frequency) waves do to our bodies! (It was discovered by someone else that Pascalite clay...Calcium-Bentonite...absorbes and neutralizes radiation from power lines, microwaves, computers, etc. I have bowls of the stuff sitting by computer, microwave, and TV. Stir it up occasionally and it's good to go. Also, orgonite pyramids and tb's. Do they work? I dunno.)

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Posted: Jul 6 2004, 03:29 PM
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Nevermore,
I am waiting for an interlibrary loan, Forbidden Archaeology.
Not sure if I found it through links here or someplace else.
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Posted: Jul 8 2004, 08:18 PM
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Nevermore - I can't see what books you are reading! Could you repost?

I am finally getting around to reading "The Great Pyramid Decoded" by Peter Lemesurier. It has lingered on my 'must read' list for too many years and I finally obtained a copy of it. I can highly recommend it to anyone who is ready to have their world rocked! Actually I am glad that I am only now getting around to reading it as I don't think I could have appreciated it ten years ago the way I do now!

Becker's book is a real gem and considering that most of his research was conducted decades ago it is a crying shame that hardly any of his discoveries have found mainstream applications!

Ed McCabe's book sounds interesting, thanks for the heads-up, BJ!

Any more readers out there in cyberspace willing to share their thrills?? tongue.gif


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Posted: Jul 8 2004, 08:51 PM
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I've only gotten through a couple of chapters of the Biggest Secret - I saved it all to CD.

It really goes into detail in regards to the reptilian bloodlines which have ruled for thousands of years. Bush and the Windsors are major players.

The Biggest Secret
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http://www.angelfire.com/rebellion/free/contents.htm


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Blue Blood True Blood
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Posted: Jul 8 2004, 11:48 PM
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Biggest Secret is OK but there is one book that goes beyond it. It's called Matrix 5, Gold Edition, Vol. 1 & 2. WAY beyond Icke. You can only get it at http://www.trufax.org
It's definitely not for everyone, or at least maybe not in their present incarnation. Aside from that, here are a few more that I am also reading at the present time:
Vibrational Medicine by Richard Gerber M.D.
Developing Your Super Senses by Francis Williams Duncan LCSW
Your Mind Knows More Than You Do by Sidney Friedman
Seven Herbs, Plants as Teachers by Matthew Wood
The Twelve Caesars by Suetonius
Instant Healing by Serge Kahili King Ph.D.
Daily Life in Ancient Rome by Jerome Carcopino

This is but a small sampling of the books that I am reading. I keep different books in different parts of the house so whatever part of the house I'm in, that's the book I pick up and read. If you'll notice, there's no fiction there, although I did read the Davinci Code, lol. One of the very few fictional books I actually spent some time on. Life is too short and I want to learn as much as possible while I can.


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Posted: Jul 9 2004, 03:13 AM
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Last book read: Biography of Hannibal, paperback, written in '72.
Best book read: The Bible

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Posted: Jul 9 2004, 04:32 AM
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At the off hand suggestion of 3 Crows. The Cosmic Serpent, by Jeremy Narby. It's a wonderful read and just makes common sense. The Time Rivers by Goro Adachi was an eye opener. My Reflexology books are always being read! I wish there were more time to read.. We are hardwired so well.

Oh on a lighter note..me and 8 year old just finished, Island of the Blue Dolphins...he gotta kick out of it.


Lib AC::Biggest Secret is OK but there is one book that goes beyond it. It's called Matrix 5, Gold Edition, Vol. 1 & 2. WAY beyond Icke. You can only get it at http://www.trufax.org
Thanks i'll check it out!




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  Posted: Jul 9 2004, 05:38 AM
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"black plume's weasel people"
the last bastion of native ways...

written by my good friend, guided by reginald john black plume.

http://www.angelfire.com/stars4/blackfeetd...an/Thebook.html


have also read stewart's "blue blood.."
illuminati..oiy !!!!!!!!
i went to his website recently...have not surfed there in over a year...must pay to read now ?
dunno...was bumped off within seconds.

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Posted: Jul 9 2004, 03:39 PM
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Oh on a lighter note..me and 8 year old just finished, Island of the Blue Dolphins...he gotta kick out of it.


OMG, I LOVED that book!

I read it in grade school and really enjoyed it.

The Man From Mars was also an excellant read.




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Posted: Jul 9 2004, 06:21 PM
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Right now I am finishing The Wars of Gods and Men by Zecharia Sitchen and reading Isis Unvieled vol.1.

My favorite novel I have recently read is Dan Browns Digital Fortress. A real good read.




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Posted: Jul 10 2004, 05:12 AM
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Pupp. we both enjoyed the book..i think it appeals to the primal factor in us all. TO SURVIVE!

BTW what grade did you have to read it in, do you remember? He's is in third grade..was talking to a girl that just graduated high school, and she had to read it in 6th grade..am thinking what a leap...in what they expect out of kids today!




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  Posted: Jul 10 2004, 05:28 AM
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island of the dolphins...
my daughter also read that while in grade school...i didn't...but, i remember she was impressed by it !
wish i had the copy...i traded it in at the used book store.
oiy...
no wonder my daughter gets frustrated with me !
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Posted: Jul 10 2004, 10:06 AM
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"island of the dolphins..."

Question to Cloudjumper: Is that book still available? If so, where? It was such fun for you that I would get it for my grandson.

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