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Intelligent Intervention (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Robert Steven Thomas

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Erich von Daniken pioneered and Zecharia Sitchen introduced the world to the concept of Ancient Aliens in the early 1970s. Bauval, Hancock, Dunn, Collins, von Ward and others fleshed in the evidence during the 80's & 90's. In the 21st century it will be David Wilcock and Robert Steven Thomas who convince a critical mass of educated, open-minded people in the world the reality of mankind's true evolution in conjunction with advanced-alien assistance. "Intelligent Intervention" is a contemporary masterpiece. It pulls together all of the most compelling evidence that has been gathering (but ignored by the main-stream Establishment) into a single, comprehensive, accurate description of human history. It reads like science fiction but is science fact. After you complete this book your understanding of history will never be the same. Moreover, you'll come to understand how each one of us can personally contribute to create a kinder world and better future for all humanity.

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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 546 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 1457507781
  • Editeur : Dog Ear Publishing (12 novembre 2013)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 There Needs to be a Revolution in Scientific Thought! 26 février 2013
Par Steven Myers - Publié sur
As the author of two books about ancient high technology and the Great Pyramid I felt that I should add this book to my research library. The theme of this book is similar to Erich von Däniken's Chariots of the Gods idea of Alien intervention in our remote past. Mr. Thomas cites numerous examples in ancient literature, archeology and artifacts that definitely show an amazing sophistication and high technology possessed by people in distant antiquity. To me, where this book shines is that the author passionately admonishes the experts in a number of scientific fields. He effectively holds their feet to the fire! He rebukes Egyptologists and archeologists for their silly claims about how heavy stones were moved because these clams are impossible to recreate. The author cites many outlandishly ridiculous explanations made by the experts for ancient artifacts and architecture. The author does an excellent job in explaining that the scientific community are not unbiased researchers seeking the honest truth. He paints an entirely different picture of how science works in our modern world. This book is crammed with information and I don't agree with everything the author contends but it would be worth reading just to get an idea as to how the scientific community actually operates.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 "New Age" vs. "Practical Reality" ...(reality wins!) 14 janvier 2012
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
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Millions around the world are speculating in regard to what, if anything, will actually take place on December 21st, 2012. This book provides one of the best and most compelling answers I have encountered. The author has constructed a logical solution through research in the fields of archeology, history, anthropology, ancient astronaut theory, religious history and modern science in the fields of biology, genetics and quantum physics. But don't be deceived! Though this book is non-fiction, it reads with the intensity of a Dan Brown thriller. Mr. Thomas breaks down some of the most interesting and provocative discoveries during the last 50 years into stories with simple-elegant rationale and a sense of understanding any ordinary reader can readily grasp and support.

The most important difference in this book is that the author has taken the core logic from each of these new discoveries and woven them into a unified theorem that makes a powerful case for history revision. His theorem resolves many of the most contentious differences between modern science and contemporary religions. Most important, he has convincingly demonstrated that when a critical mass of the educated nations of the world come to accept this new way of thinking, we will have established the platform upon which all people can begin the transformation to the next higher level of human evolution and existence.

At first read, some of the author's concepts provoked my personal belief system to its fullest; however, after additional consideration it became clear that there is potential for inclusion in the belief system of any reasonable person for almost all of the author's major premises. So what does "Intelligent Intervention" forecast for December 21, 2012? It is a fascinating conclusion and one in which we can all learn from and contribute. Just one clue, civilization isn't coming to a fiery, violent, Armageddon-style end like so many media sensationalists are suggesting. It's the start of a great new age to be alive.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This is a very important book 1 avril 2013
Par Paul Smyres - Publié sur
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I'll add more to this review later since I'm still reading it, kindle version. the primary theme, which is explained very carefully and with plenty of substantiation, is that aside from what is called Darwinian Evolution, there are many unexplained advances particularly in the human development over the last many thousands of years. Something extraordinary happened to go from the ancient primates, to hominids. There is no good explanation from Darwinian theory why or how this could have happened. somewhere along the line, these beings suddenly got a much bigger brain and were able to do a whole lot of things that the so=called 'ape man' could not do, not even with a million years of 'evolution.' there is no 'missing link' in human evolution. What happened, according to ancient records, is that man had assistance. modern humans were engineered, genetically, by advanced beings from outside our solar system. Now, this is a shock to both science and religion, but if you read this book, you will understand clearly why this is the case, must be the case, and it's exactly what has been told to us in handed down stories from a very long time ago. it's much too complicated to explain in a review like this, so just go buy the book. Here's a quote from Darwin that the author uses. "To repeat what others have said takes an education. To challenge it requires a brain." So, dust off your brain and read this book, along with many others the author recommends. They will make your head spin around a few times, but a whole lot of things will start making sense.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Intelligent Intervention 30 juillet 2013
Par Jake - Publié sur
I'm going to start this off by saying I fully respect and appreciate how much energy has gone into making this book a wonderful reference point for truthful Earth history. It is clear the author has gone above and beyond for this book. I love the personality and sense of honor that is, at times, involved.

However, there were multiple things about this book that rubbed me the wrong way.

First of all, I agree with previous posters who commented on the grammatical errors. The author seems to be an exceptionally intelligent person so I can't seem to wrap my mind around how it could happen. Shoddy proofreading, indeed.

Although, the bit that made my eye twitch and gave me the urge to put down the book (which I didn't do) was when the author decided to put his own personal views about certain subjects in the intro.

I could go on and on about how calling astrology, crop circles, and psychics nonsense is not only appalling to me, but also downright insulting to the information that is being presented in the very book. Perhaps I'll leave that alone.

All in all, this is a great reference point for truthful events, assumed or documented. Personal opinion of subjects the author may or may not completely understand should have been left out and the info would stand out more.

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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Disappointed in book on a potentially interesting subject 27 avril 2013
Par hal gunn - Publié sur
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What started out as a seemingly interesting approach to a subject of potential historical significance devolved into endless philosophical meanderings for nigh over 500 pages. True, he kept doggedly to his central theme - questioning traditional thinking and philosophical and religious tenets as tools of dogmatic discipline - but it became a struggle to stay focused on the relevancy of what I had expected it to be. The author could easily have conveyed his message in 200 pages. I was exhausted by the time I finished the book, and I certainly was not enlightened.
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