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The Grand Illusion By R D GABLE
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This book is a true tour-de-force of esoteric subjects which I find so utterly fascinating." -Brad Olsen, author of Modern Esoteric: Beyond Our Senses "In this book Ryan Daniel has done... More > extraordinary work on behalf the of the forces of light. I am astonished by the colossal amount of lore he has gathered from different traditions around the world...It reminds me of the great baggy monsters of monsters of books that Victorian scholars used to write." -Mark Booth, author of The Sacred History "In his riveting book, The Grand Illusion: Slaves to Perception, author Ryan Gable takes us on an eye-opening journey through time, traditions, theories and institutions by examining commonly accepted belief systems and mindfully stepping outside of the proverbial box of spoon-fed assumptions about history and life." -Karen A. Dahlman, author of The Spirits of Ouija: Four Decades of Communication "We applaud activists like Ryan Gable..." -Richard Gage, head of Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth< Less
Segars - Abel and Lydia - Book 3 By Beverly Winsness
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The ancestors and descendants of Abel and Lydia Delilah Segars. Book 3: Eliza Abel Segars
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The Meaning of an Enemy By Andrew Fountaine
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First published in serial format in Combat magazine, the writings of Andrew Fountaine, the National Front’s first parliamentary candidate and later deputy leader, detail the causes of... More > Europe’s slide into World War II and the effects on post-war Britain. This book discusses the origins of World Wars I and II, the rise of Nazi Germany, a highly critical evaluation of Winston Churchill (who, Fountaine points out, started the terror bombing of civilians), the destruction of the British Empire, the effect of Christianity on modern society, and Third World immigration into Britain. This is an incisive overview, written in the no-holds barred style for which Fountaine became famous. With an introduction by Combat editor John Bean, and an appendix by Bill Baillie “Ten Years of Combat.”< Less