Book Recommendations

My Top Book Recommendations –

1. The Creature from Jekyll Island –

​This is the one that really started me down the rabbit hole back in 1996.  Try to find another book on the Federal Reserve that doesn’t put you into a coma or requires you to go out and get an economics dictionary. This one reads like an adventure novel and does not disappoint. This book is a fond reminder for me ​for humble and naive beginnings.

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2. Bringers of the Dawn by Barbara Marciniak

This book has REALLY stood the test of time and Chapter 5 entitled PLEASE do not forget the 2 books that serve to complete this monumental channeling from many years ago.
Earth: Pleiadian Keys to the Living Library see Chapter 5, “Galvanization of the Goddess,” pages 89-91 “When you think of Prime Creator, what or whom do you picture? In your society, you have been taught that the god energy represents the source and that the feminine energy represents the use or activity of it. We would say it is the other way around — the feminine represents the source and the masculine represents how the source is used.
Your planet must learn who the Goddess is as a creator. You must. Understanding the dark side of the Goddess is part of exploring her energy, because the Goddess did something to lose her power. It is in the cells of your being because all of you, man and woman alike, have the Goddess within you. . . .
There came a time within the Goddess realm when there was a tremendous abuse of the male vibration. Women, influenced by outside sources, lost their honoring and partnership with men, and their sense of unity between man and woman. After a while, within the realm of the Goddess, men became nothing more than a stud service. Women got so lost in the Goddess power that the men were not considered equal. Men were considered to be objects to bring about the rights of fertility. Many men were killed after one-time fertility rituals with representatives of the local Goddess. Castration and other sacrifices were performed. It is true. Women misused the sexual energy of men, creating the current backlash. This is all changing, and you will find the Goddess, with compassion, entering the lives of those willing to feel.”and then check out ​Family of Light: Pleiadian Tales and Lessons in Living​.

3. Tryptamine Palace: 5-MeO-DMT and the Sonoran Desert Toad by James Oroc

​Perhaps my best go to book for the top end of psychedelic experiencer books.  This one is at the apex for the discussion and descriptions for the transformative​ power of entheogenetic drugs. Once the door is open, it shall not shut again! Also check out Martin Ball Being Human: An Entheological Guide to God, Evolution, and the Fractal, Energetic Nature of Reality.







4. The Magus by John Fowles

​I read this when I was in my teens and it sent me to places unknown and beyond if that is possible.  Perhaps this elicited ​past life memories or was just a huge tug on my unrequited romantic nature, but this one stuck hard for many, many years.








5. Childhood’s End by Arthur C. Clarke

O​K ​If I could have only one science fiction book this would be it. Arthur C. Clarke was most likely a starseed or early indigo of the highest order. This is an epic book that speaks to the extraterrestrial longings.









6. Revelations of the New Lemuria (TELOS, Vol. 1) by Aurelia Louise Jones

The next tunnel in the rabbit hole and my introduction to the reality of ET interference in humanity’s existence and history.  This is decidedly a positive spin and evocative of the Barbara Marciniak series.  There are 2 more volumes in the series and I recommend reading all 3 if you can. Messages for the Enlightenment of a Humanity in Transformation (TELOS, Vol. 2) and (TELOS – Volume 3) – Protocols of the Fifth Dimension.







​7. Foxe’s Book of Martyrs by John Foxe

I spent quite a few years as a Christian and studied Apologetics and this book was instrumental in my understanding of faith and its application in the final analysis. No one gets out alive.








8. Compromised by Terry Reed

I was able to meet Terry in 1999 and by this time I was well into the rabbit hole of the hell of banking​, state intelligence agencies and government. Meeting Terry was a sobering. I realized I was speaking with a man who was very lucky to be alive.







9. Sanctuary of Silence by Peter Kershaw

The Iron Boot of the state on the neck of the Christian Church is one way to sum up the content of this largely forgotten work that shaped my thinking about what really constituted a threat to the state.








10. The End of Death by Nouk Sanchez

This book is about stretching spiritual advancement to its logical ends and the path of a woman’s grief turning to joy.​ I learned the relationship between the fear of God (within or otherwise) and the fear of death (the ultimate program).  This is part of a larger body of work from multiple authors that builds upon the principles found within A Course in Miracles.
More books as of August 2017
The Lysander Spooner Reader


Before I dove into the Austrian School of Economics

​at & ​ I read this book and my veneration of the US Constitution fell into the dirt. I came to the reluctant realization that the state is just a claim on a monopoly of violence and that the US Constitution, admirable in so many ways, was just another attempt to make a silk purse out of a sows ear. Human kind does have a Utopian capacity, but it will not arrive in the form of any political arrangement.

America’s Secret Establishment: An Introduction to the Order of Skull & Bones

by Anthony Sutton


Superbly referenced and provides damning evidence of the power and draconian influence within the elite’s already obvious domination in US politics and multi-national corporations. Not taught in the government schools because he names names and pulls no punches. Most of the other whistleblowers of the same genre nowadays have to climb up on this author’s shoulders.

Crossing the Rubicon: The Decline of the American Empire at the End of the Age of Oil

by Michael C. Ruppert



I think Michael was enigmatic and profound in many unrecognized ways – beyond his public persona and I am not sure exactly how to express what I came to know about this man in words. I met him a few times during the last few years of his life. He committed suicide here in Northern California in April of 2014. He lived not too far away for a few years and we met at the local Grange in Sebastopol, California. He was a captivating speaker and a soul who experienced life on very deep levels. He was also courageous, confident, a very good researcher and writer. I think he got a few things wrong – for instance the story of oil, but in the grand scheme of things he revealed much that needed revealing and his timing was perfect. Crossing the Rubicon is an epic 675 page turner that leaves little to doubt and he brought his cop ethos full force into this excellent book. I really didn’t spend that much time with him, but I miss him just the same. To be honest I was afraid to form a friendship with him. I did find out that he successfully transitioned which unusual for most suicides. Bless you Michael we will meet again soon.

Barbara: The Story of a UFO Investigator

by Barbara Bartholic


If you are interested in UFO encounters and abductions by ET’s (or?) then this is where you should start. This is where I should’ve started, perhaps. This book is part of a big turn for me in the UFO/disclosure rabbit hole. She is among an elite and somewhat forgotten group of researchers, three of whom are thankfully still alive and available publicly to a certain extent; Jacques Vallee, Eve Lorgen and James Bartley. This book is like the genesis book and she worked with the legendary Dr. Karla Turner. These two women were apparently too close to the action and the truth. They are no longer with us and there is some justified speculation that they were both killed. Right or wrong, that gets my attention and I take what is written here seriously. Thankfully this book is still available. Read it!

Messengers of Deception: UFO Contacts and Cults

by Jacques Vallee


Jacques Vallée continues to amaze and in so many ways he remains a mystery. How has he avoided the fates of his peers? What does he know that he is not telling? Why has his brilliant ideas about ET contact not taken hold in the disclosure community? What was the rationale for including him at CITD 2017 when his message was at odds with so many of the other speakers? I feel like his whole persona was hi-jacked in the movie Close Encounters of the Third Kind. I think perhaps he just shook his head when he saw how his character was portrayed. Why did he and Barbara part company? Is there more to that story? Once he is gone a great chapter will be closed. This book should be required reading for anyone delving into this ever deepening subject for the insights therein are rarely found elsewhere.

Kennedy’s Last Stand: Eisenhower, UFOs, MJ-12 & JFK’s Assassination

by Dr. Michael Salla


This book was my first introduction to Dr. Michael Salla and his great research and writing. I never felt like I was wading through fluff to get the point of anything valuable in this book. If you like logic and methodical approaches then Michael is your author when it comes the cutting edge discoveries in ufology and exopolitical issues. I’ve had the pleasure of meeting Michael on several occasions and he has always been pleasant, professional and supportive. He even has gone so far to include some of my work on by way of Duke Brickhouse’s analysis articles on the Karl Mollison channeling sessions. I may have admitted some bias, but I think you will find this book from Dr. Salla intriguing and useful.

Alien World Order: The Reptilian Plan to Divide and Conquer the Human Race

by Len Kasten


This is one of those books that deserves another read because I think I’ve been able to digest some additional concepts since the last time I read it. It wasn’t that long ago. I read it in March of 2017. Not too long afterward we had completed several more Karl Mollison channeling sessions with the likes of Bill Cooper and Phil Schneider which pretty much validated much of what Ken conveyed in the wide reach of this valuable book. I found this book to be encompassing and aggressive in its scope and I admire Mr. Kasten for taking on such a monumental subject. Just reading the endorsements from Dr. Salla and David Jacobs Ph.D. for this book make it an easy selection.

Secret Science and the Secret Space Program

by Herbert G. Dorsey III


Herbert’s book reminds me a bit of Dr. Salla, but the tone and approach is different. Herbert took the engineer’s mind to the bait and avoided the hook in so many areas and without consuming much paper. I think he has great ability to focus on what matters and what can be adequately investigated and leaving the rest for the reader’s time. I have made several attempts to interview this man and although he never directly responded I am pretty certain that I will be one of many who will never interview him in a video interview. C’est la vie!