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My Rating: 5/5

Children of the Matrix by David Icke
- How an interdimensional race has controlled the world for thousands of years - and still does

This book is amazing, it changes your views on virtually every aspect of life, and will make you look at the president of the United States, or the Queen Mother of England differently. It covers topics I never knew existed before, it is written in an easy-to-read language and the occasional humour helps you along the way. I recommend this book to everyone.

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p.90 "Many of these entities may not even be of our density or dimension... creation consists of infinite dimensions of life vibrating at different speeds. Some beings know how to change their frequency range and dip between frequencies, much like a radio dial. This is why people have reported seeing entities 'disappear' before their eyes. They have not in fact 'disappeared' at all. They have left the frequency range that person accesses... Time as we measure it is also an illusion that imprisons our minds. I know how hard it is to comprehend this, but past, present and future, are all happening together and thus some of the extraterrestrial visitors, by moving through the frequencies in which these various 'stages; of 'time' are unfolding, literally come back from the future, or the 'future' in relation to where we are now. Time travel is no myth; it's just that the elite don't tell us about it. There are people who suggest that in fact Atlantis and Lemuria were not third-density realities, but fourth density and that as a result of what happened, the frequency fell and everything became denser.

p.274 "Nothing would be what it is,
Because everything would be what it isn't.
And contrary wise-what is is, it wouldn't be.
And what it wouldn't be, it would.
You see?

Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland

p.422 "We are not humans on a spiritual journey. We are spiritual beings on a human journey.

Stephen Covey

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My Rating: 4/5

The Quantum World by J. C. Polkinghorne

Yes, this book is about quantum physics, wave functions and particle accelerators etc., but it's not as technical as it sounds, honestly! There is a mild amount of mathematics, but everything is pretty well explained, in English believe it or not!

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My Rating: 3/5

Reverse Time Travel by Barry Chapman

This was another book I found mathematically challenging! And this one claimed to be a simpler one on the topic... maybe someone is just trying to tell me something... time to dig out my maths books again!?

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My Rating: 3/5

Jungian Symbolism in Astrology by Alice O. Howell

This book is in an interesting format. It is made up of a series of letters to and from the author to/from her correspondence. It makes for an interesting read nonetheless.

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My Rating: 3/5

Myths & Legends of Ancient Rome by Kenneth McLeish

This book contains some nice stories about the mythical gods of ancient Rome/Greece and some of the stories surrounding them which have come down to us through history. To make this book even better in my opinion, would be to make it illustrated.

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My Rating: 4/5

The Constellations by Lloyd Motz and Carol Nathanson

There are over 50 constellations in the night sky some which can only be seen by the northern and some by only the southern hemisphere. This book covers them all. The parts that I found most interesting were the history behind each of the constellations and the myths and stories surrounding them. You can read as much as you want into each of the constellations, either getting a brief outline, or read on and it goes into more details suited to the experienced astrology. An excellent source of reference which I personally class as an "Encyclopaedia of the Constellations".

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My Rating: 3/5

Visions of Heaven by Tom Wilkie & Mark Rosselli

This book contains many nice images along with the story behind the Hubble Space Telescope, the questions it's answered and the ones it's created.

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My Rating: 4/5

The Astrology of Rising Signs by Carl Sargent

Interesting like many, yet simple to follow.

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My Rating: 5/5

Starseekers by Colin Wilson

The history of astronomy is covered from virtually every angle.

 

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My Rating: 4.5/5

The Complete Book of Devils and Demons by Leonard R. N. Ashley

A great book on devils, demons, witches, religions... it's virtually a complete encyclopaedia, except in an easy to follow format. You can read it cover to cover, or use it as a reference book without losing the plot. Leonard Ashley has other books on similar topics which I will be keeping my eyes open for, I recommend you do the same.

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My Rating: 4/5

Welsh is Fun! by Heini Gruffudd and Elwyn Loan

If you want to learn Welsh, this book is a great place to start. It stays simple all the way through but teaches you new things along the way.

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My Rating: 2/5

Theism, Atheism and Big Bang Cosmology
by William Lane Craig and Quentin Smith

If you find mathematics hard to digest, then steer clear of this! It took a lot of patience and persistence to get through this book. The parts I could follow I found interesting, and when I have a degree in mathematics, I'm sure I will come back to it!

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My Rating: 4/5

More Mysterious Wales by Chris Barber

This the sequel to Mysterious Wales, which I haven't read, but this, the second, is a very fascinating book. As I have only recently moved to Wales, I thought this book would be a good start to find out about the local history, and it served me well. I recommend it to anyone living in Wales, planning a visit, or are interested in myths and legends.

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My Rating: 4/5

The Astrological Manager by John Alexander

This is about relating astrology to business and trying to work out who is the better suited person for each task/position in the work place. It's not entirely about careers though as it does cater for pretty much all aspects of life. Quite simply laid out and a good point of reference.

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My Rating: 3/5

A Covert Agenda - Nicholas Redfern

This book looks into the top secrets the British government has tried to keep covered up regarding UFOs and the like. It has been well researched and makes for an informative read.

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My Rating: 3/5

Total Surveillance by John Parker

From the CIA to MI6, personal and commercial surveillance, telephones and the internet. Quite in-depth and detailed, but a good, up-to-date read for those interested.

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My Rating: 5/5

Cosmos by Carl Sagan

A great book with some interesting views and many nice images.

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My Rating: 4/5

Time Storms by Jenny Randles

A little on the expensive side (when I purchased it brand new), but some interesting views on a some what unique topic, a "cousin" of time travel.

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