Book Review: Monster Files – Author Nick Redfern

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Monster Files: A Look Inside Government Secrets and Classified Documents on Bizarre Creatures and Extraordinary Animals From the creator of several fringe subject matter books arrives a new edition titled “Monster Files: A Look Inside Government Secrets and Classified Documents on Bizarre Creatures and Extraordinary Animals” (wow..now that’s a mouth full!). Nick Redfern is certainly a busy writer these days sometimes creating books faster than I can read them. This one in particular will be … Continue reading

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Book Review: Evidence of the Gods – Authors Erich von Daniken and Christian von Arnim

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I’ve had this book in my possession for quite a few weeks. Strangely I found myself indifferent on how I was going to review it. The book “Evidence of the Gods” is essentially a “picture book” by well known author Erich von Daniken. “Evidence of the Gods” is narrated by Daniken who comments in great detail in between the photo collectives included. To own the book and absorb its visual imagery can be quite the … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Secret History of the Reptilians – Author Scott Alan Roberts

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It’s not often that you see many books on the subject of reptilians. While the subject is quite fascinating, it also is one that many don’t take very seriously. I suppose the years of science fiction films have been a buffer that quickly dismisses this possibility as something Kirk might do battle with. However there are a few authors and speakers who have done the research to bring to us a little closer to the … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Paranormal Equation – Author James D. Stein

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You can’t help but wonder with a firm sense of curiosity what entails within a book that is titled “Paranormal Equation”. For one, my experience in metaphysical books is that science and paranormal tend to not agree with each other. One group bases on fact, while the other requires a certain amount of spiritual embracing. Author James D. Stein, is no stranger to this conflict himself. You might say he is a welcome hybrid that … Continue reading

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Book Review: Heavenly Hugs – Author Dr. Carla Wills-Brandon

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Tackling the after life, is quite a big mountain to climb. We are comforted and educated by the words of others who felt the need to not sit by idly and rather share their unique circumstances “Heavenly Hugs” is a new book created by author Carla Will-Brandon, pdD who has dedicated her time to researching close to 2000 cases of the dying and passing. Carla begins her journey with a few of her own personal … Continue reading

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Book Review: The World’s Weirdest Places – Author Nick Redfern

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THE WORLD’S WEIRDEST PLACES (PAPERBACK) Author Nick Redfern Published by New Page Books Publication Date: 2012 Format: Black /White – 224 pages Price: $15.95 Author Nick Redfern has created “quite” the library of seeking out information on conspiracies, UFO’s, NASA and even “Men in Black“. His latest book serves as a virtual tour guide into some of the “weirdest places on Earth”. As it is stated, these are not necessarily spots focused upon 1 event, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Financial Sorcery – Author Jason Miller

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Financial Sorcery – Author Jason Miller Magical Strategies to Create Real and Lasting Wealth When I had heard that a new book was to be released with the title of “Financial Sorcery”, I was more than intrigued. The book proposed to answer a few questions I had on my mind for many years. One of which is…. if witches and magicians claim to be able to invoke spells and potions that work on individuals or … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Rise and Fall of the Nephilim – Author Scott Alan Roberts

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The Rise and Fall of the Nephilim: The Untold Story of Fallen Angels, Giants on the Earth, and Their Extraterrestrial Origins The Nephilim, not a word you hear everyday. In fact its more relational to fiction than of historical event. Author Scott Alan Roberts tends to lean towards the factual notion of these strange beings with a release that covers more info than you ever wanted to know. The Nephilim, to bring you up to … Continue reading

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Book Review: Grimoire for the Apprentice Wizard – Author Oberon Zell-Ravenheart

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GRIMOIRE FOR THE APPRENTICE WIZARD (PAPERBACK) by Oberon Zell-Ravenheart Published by New Page Books Publication Date: 2004 Format: Black /White – 372 pages Price: $19.99 Once in awhile you come across a book that you know has a deeper purpose than cant be captured in simple review. Grimoire for the Apprentice Wizard is one such book that upon digging into knew that I simply couldn’t just review the book without spending hours learning all the … Continue reading

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Book Review: This Book is From the Future – Authors Marie Jones | Larry Flaxman

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This Book is From the Future: A Journey Through Portals, Relativity, Worm Holes, and Other Adventures in Time Travel Authors Marie Jones | Larry Flaxman Time has always been a great fascination of mine. Some of cinema’s greatest film releases have fascinated us with the illusion of time travel, altering time, or interacting with time to satisfy our curious intellects. So when I heard that my favorite New Page Books author team (Marie Jones | … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Universe Speaks: The Love and Pain of 2012-2025 – Author Roar Sheppard

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The Universe Speaks: The Love and Pain of 2012-2025 I’m always a sucker for new information or perspectives on 2012. I think maybe it’s that “unknowing” that eats at me the most. Although I don’t think authors or experts can tell the future, they can surely prepare you for it. This and many other reasons are why this book is great entry into that arena. Roar Sheppard as we are told has been at this … Continue reading

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Book Review: Keep Out! – Author Nick Redfern

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KEEP OUT! At the center of many conspiracy theories is the constant concern over the Government and the world’s interest with underground bases. We are on the cusp of entering into year 2012 of which its rumored that “many” of these facilities have been created exactly for. Whether it’s a worldwide crisis, nuclear event, epidemic, viral outbreak or other…there has long been a concern that elitist find shelter to hide away while the chaos of … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Ancient Alien Question – Author Phillip Coppens

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THE ANCIENT ALIEN QUESTION If you are a fan of Zacharia Sitchin, Erich von Däniken, or Carl Sagan, just to name a few, then this book is for you. Carrying on their work, and bringing us a bit more up to date in the wake of the “Ancient Aliens” series on the History channel, Philip Coppens recounts his travels and studies around a subject he takes very seriously. Coppens is a leading contributor to the … Continue reading

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Interview: Author Nick Redfern (The Real Men In Black)

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Unexplained Confidential presents an Interview with Nick Redfern about his new book, The Real Men In Black When did your interest in the Men In Black start? When I was a kid I got into reading the works of authors such as Brad Steiger, John Keel, and Gray Barker. These were three of the big names in UFO and paranormal research – and Brad still is to this day, I’m very pleased to say. And … Continue reading

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Does Fate Determine Our Lives?

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Are our lives predestined by Fate, or are we the result of our choices as we go along? A new book by Marie D. Jones, Destiny vs. Choice: The Scientific and Spiritual Evidence Behind Fate and Free Will examines the philosophical, spiritual, and scientific evidence for both beliefs, and lays out a guide for how we can live better, more fulfilling lives no matter which side ultimately “wins the debate. More information can be obtained … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Real Men in Black – Author Nick Redfern

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THE REAL MEN IN BLACK When I hear the term “men in black”, I am often reminded of film fare, paranoia and a simplified classification of government agencies who send out agents to investigate reports of interest. We certainly had our share of X-files, Millennium groups and tv show personnel who dressed in a similar manner that we knew what others were talking about when speaking of such characters. However, I must confess that I … Continue reading

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