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|Mint Chocolate Chip: Choices to Live By
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Author: Alan E. Sargent
Mint Chocolate Chip is a book about the choices we make in life. When we are children, our choices are mostly made for us. As we grow older, we slowly gain more and more control over the decision-making process and increasingly bear the consequences. Wise decisions result in blessings and benefits, foolish ones bring detriment and disaster. This book contains the triumphs and tragedies of my own life, laid bare to provide my children, and all who would explore and apply its principles, the benefit of a head start -- like starting a long distance race halfway to the finish line. Unintended consequences is such a buzz word for today. But what I want to emphasize here is the power and possibilities of intended consequences―a life lived on purpose―choices made from the examples we’ve been given and the lessons we’ve learned. Victory begets victory and a legacy yields a destiny.
|Why the Kennedys Lost the Book Battle (Thr real reasons they tried to supress "The Death of a President")
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Author: Lawrence Van Gelder
The inside story that went far beyond the headlines
|The Ultimate Evil
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Author: Maury Terry
|UFO Secrecy and the Fall of J. Robert Oppenheimer
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Author: Donald R. Burleson
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The author defends his hypothesis that when physicist Robert Oppenheimer (father of the A-bomb) had his security clearance revoked in 1953-54, the reasons given (his leftist background, his reservations about developing the H-bomb) were bogus-- the real reasons being his official involvement in UFO crash retrieval operations.
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|Who Told You that You Were Naked?: From the Fall of Adam to the Rise of the Antichrist
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Author: Victor Schlatter
The gnawing question, Who Told You That You Were Naked? Fell a bit more heavily than the forbidden fruit from that tree of knowledge of good and evil. As Victor Schlatter follows the fallout from that fatal bite, we find two streams of destiny flowing all the way into the 21 st century. The first was the Hebraic bedrock on which the Judeo-Christian standards were once founded; the challenger is the worldview of the ancient Greeks, which has formatted the mindset of the Western world—the very mindset that has become so familiar to the self-centered culture that swirls around us today. No less probing than it was in the Garden that dripped with dew and daisies, Who is it that has been whispering that all may not be well as we stand stripped of our humanistic self-confidence in a society that has long since forgotten how to blush?
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|Hitler Was a British Agent (True Crime Solving History Series, Vol. 2)
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Author: Greg Hallett
This is the most comprehensive and honest Hitler Biography, offering a whole new and unique look at all the old chestnuts surrounding Adolf Hitler's rise to power. The author uses the personal assistance of a Spymaster in marshalling much new material surrounding Hitler's origins, his sexuality, and his British Training, long hidden by a conspiracy of British and American political leaders. He takes an in depth look at the British Royal Family and finds them wanting, full of spies, perverts, and morons, with the morons being the least dangerous.
He delves into the James Bond myths and finds the true James Bond was a lot younger and more homicidal than anyone had previously thought. He interview James Bond III on one of the last 'hits' on Adolf Hitler, well after his official death.
He also provides a new take on the mystery surrounding Rudolph Hess. An amazing thought-provoking study from the already detail history of Hess. State secrets abound on nearly every page.
Greg Hallett: I interviewed the KGB in Moscow in December 1989 at a point when they were open, due to lack of pay. At the time you could buy information for the price of a meal. This led to some psychological information being supplied which led to international contacts and meeting with a Spymaster. The Spymaster and other intelligence operatives have been briefing me for the past three years resulting in ten books. This is book five of ten (and just to confuse you) there are four books in this immediate series.
Hitler was a British Agent covers Hitler's incestuous parentage, his training in Britain, his sex with men, his bizarre sexual habits with women, including fake suicides and murders made to look like suicides. It delves into Hitler's psychiatric condition and how, during his missing year, he was manipulated by 'deconstruction' to perform as a British Agent, that is, an agent for the British war machine.
The book covers Hess and doppelgänger Hess' simultaneous flight to Britain, Anthony Blunt's conception by a royal, Wallis Simpson's sexual practises with King Edward VIII and how she leaked British secrets to Hitler.
Hitler was a British Agent covers Operation JAMES BOND to remove Martin Bormann out of Berlin and exposes for the first time Operation WINNIE THE POOH to remove Hitler out of Berlin. It reveals that the origins of the Cold War were in the hunt for the missing Hitler from 1 May 1945 and this became the excuse for surveillance in virtually every country in the world. Hitler was a British Agent leaves an air that everything that happens now, happens because of 1945.
In the 18 chapters it covers the masterful deceptions of war, the creation of war, the training of top level double agents, the repeated faking of their deaths and their escapes, making this book something of an illusion-buster with applications to the analysis of war now and formulas for the time in between wars. The book explains how the 'real' history applies to the 'real' present.
Many intelligence officers were interviewed in writing this book and they have given the low-down on what really happened in the many wars from 1936. In some cases, they, or their fathers, were the main players in the vignettes. These personal histories date back to the Spanish Civil War with George Orwell and redefine the origins of Animal Farm.
|The Digital Hit Man: His Weapons for Combating the Digital World
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Author: Frank M. Ahearn
The Digital Hit Man is the only book that teaches people how to create and use deception for the purpose of combating sites that violate your on-line privacy, be it scandalous information, negative information or the long-lost skeleton that digitally stepped out of the closet, now making your life miserable.
The Tools of Online Deception
The Digital Hit Man is written by the author of the bestselling book, How to Disappear: Erase Your Digital Footprint, Leave False Trails, and Vanish without a Trace.
- Digital DNA: Locating all of your online information and preparing for combat
- Corp-Distort-Delete: Distorting your online accounts
- The Pretext Solution: Pretexting website to remove your online information
- Digital Distortion: Creating same name websites with different extensions and then stripping negative information and replacing it with positive or neutral information on your sites
- Fake Digital Identities: Creating websites, blogs and social sites that all share your name
- Photo Distortion and Photo Doubles: The utilization of fake photos
- Propagation: Marketing the shit out of your online information
- Total War: When all else fails, Total War means going head to head with the websites
- How to Disappear: Erase Your Digital Footprint, Leave False Trails, And Vanish Without A Trace
- Incognito Toolkit: Tools, Apps, and Creative Methods for Remaining Anonymous, Private, and Secure While Communicating, Publishing, Buying, and Researching Online
- Burners & Black Markets - How to Be Invisible
- Surveillance Zone: The Hidden World of Corporate Surveillance Detection & Covert Special Operations
- Invisibility Toolkit - 100 Ways to Disappear From Oppressive Governments, Stalke: How to Disappear and Be Invisible Internationally
|Mysteries of the Universe: A Revolutionary Commentary on UFOs, Aliens, Angels, Pyramids, Bible Codes, Reincarnation, the Antichrist...
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Author: J C
This renaissance of thought is unlike anything you've read before! It will catapult you into an entirely new reality, unapologetically tackling the tough questions and controversial phenomena of our generation.
|Passport to Assassination: The Never-Before-Told Story of Lee Harvey Oswald by the KGB Colonel Who Knew Him
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Author: Oleg M. Nechiporenko
Reveals Oswald's association with Soviet intelligence before Kennedy's assassination
|The Merlin Conspiracy
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Author: Diana Wynne Jones
A glorious new fantasy from an award-winning author. The story is narrated by two very different teenagers, who each inhabit two extraordinarily different worlds. Arianrhod Hyde's world (or Roddy, as she prefers to be called) is very much the world of magic, pageantry and ritual. Not unlike Britain in King Arthur's Day, Roddy is daughter of two Court Wizards and therefore part of the King's Progress, travelling round the Islands of Blest and ready to take part in whatever ritual or ceremony is required, as it occurs. Presiding over all, the most important person is the Merlin, who is entrusted with the magical health of the Isles of Blest. Nick Mallory's world is much more familiar - at least, it starts off being our own. But it soon transpires that Nick's not quite the ordinary 15 year old he seems, as he slips sideways into something he thinks is a dream - but in fact is another world entirely. Now, Nick's been on other worlds before (although never alone) but he's a confident type. Maybe a bit too confident...In Roddy's world, the current Merlin expires and a new one takes his place. Yet something is wrong - the rituals have been upset and nothing is going the way it should. Roddy needs help, and certain powers indicate that Nick is to be the one to help her. And Nick is cool about helping her - in theory...but it's a bit worrying that she seems to mistake him for a magic-user. Their stories unfold, side-by-side, each part leading into the next, and the Merlin Conspiracy thickens as the tales swirl around each other - twining, meeting and affecting each other, yet never completely combining until the very end chapters when all is finally revealed. Compelling, howlingly funny in places, mind-boggling - this is going to WOW DWJ fans all around the world (and probably in other universes too).
Master fantasist Diana Wynne Jones--author of the Chrestomanci books, Dark Lord of Derkholm, Year of the Griffin, and many others--scores another winner in this absorbing tale of magic and courtly intrigue told in two voices. In the world called Islands of the Blest, Roddy is a young page who has grown up traveling with her family in the King’s Progress, a constant journey around the kingdom. Just after she and her younger friend Grundo spot a growing conspiracy to overthrow the King and change the balance of magic, they are whisked away to visit Roddy’s grim and silent grandfather; when they return the Progress has moved on without them. Meanwhile in another world, Nick Mallory, 14, blunders into a dreamlike adventure that leads him to the powerful wizard Romanov and involves him in Roddy’s mission to save the worlds from the upset planned by the conspiracy. The story moves through several precariously linked worlds in vividly imagined episodes told alternately by Roddy and Nick, as their journeys begin to mesh. Part of the fun for the reader is sorting out Roddy’s many wizardly relatives from the double perspective and clicking them into place in the plot. Wynne Jones's many fans will pounce on this complex but fast-moving fantasy that features not only 34 characters, but a panther, a goat, a dragon, and an extremely charming elephant. (Ages 10 to 14) --Patty Campbell
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