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Montauk Revisited Book II in the Montauk series unmasks the occult forces that were behind the science and technology used in the Montauk Project. The investigation is carried forward as Preston Nichols opens the door to Peter Moon. Full description

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Is everything you know wrong...? 11 juin 1998
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Format: Broché
One gets breathless reading, for what could well be, a well-written science fiction story: an episode of THE OUTER LIMITS; One then wonders-chicken or egg? Did these events inspire fiction as they leaked out, or did the TV show inspire the author. Written in such a matter-of-fact style, that one is easily sucked into the proceedings... Totally fraudulant fiction, or secret research on the edge of forever...? Next to the PHILADELPHIA EXPERIMENT, the MONTAUK PROJECT is fast becoming as well known, and even if partly true, is bone chilling;
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Reveals Montauk info...but does it really? 3 février 2009
Par C. Greene - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Interesting, and good starting point for each of the topics included in its diverse chapters, somehow all loosely connected, I suppose, via this "synchronicity" Nichols experiences, though I thought the synchronicity no more remarkable than strings of connections I've experienced a few times in my own life. I'd consider it more a jumping off point for anyone more seriously interested in the topics offered.

I found it a bit irritating that Nichols' attitude seemed to be a naive awe about his 'adventures.' Players (human and otherwise) and the havoc they wreak in recklessly dabbling with occult powers, such as boys being apparently 'taken' somehow during the seventies for mind-control experiments at Montauk; the Philadelphia Experiment, that left men dead or otherwise permanently damaged; and the dark activities of Crowley should instead arouse outrage, or at least a critical opinion. Blind awe at the 'marvels' of science and occult activity, with no moral judgments about their affects simply has no place in this day and age. We've been aware for decades of the dark uses that technology has been put to, and any thoughtful inquirer knows that only a tip of the dark iceberg is generally revealed to the masses. Nichols being so close to these subjects, and yet portraying such naivety is quite suspicious.

The character 'Stan Campbell' refers to Stewart Swerdlow (who has since told his own story) and tells of his severe mind-control abuse, and his training to become a programmer of others; and his years of efforts to cleanse himself of the trauma.
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I have heard other authors speak of government experiments on youth 14 novembre 2005
Par Sable Baker - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I think this was a fascinating book related to the mysterious Montauk experiments.

Some people question the story of secret government paranormal experiments using children but I have heard about such things in other sources including but not limited to America's Keenest City by Mongo.

It makes me wonder if there is any truth to it? I sure don't put it past the government with all the things they have been up to.

They do seem to have common elements.
This is a great sequel to the book that started it all 29 octobre 2014
Par Daniel Williams - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is a great sequel to the book that started it all, Montauk Project: Experiments In Time, as it goes into much greater depth on the subject and shows all the synchronicity involved in the initial research and investigation. This book clearly shows how L. Ron Hubbard, Aliester Crowley and Jack Parsons (JPL) fit into the picture and what roles they play.

This book raises more questions than answers but still reveals enough data and information to allow the reader to recognize the Cabal wields much more technology than the public is aware of including time travel, star gates, mind control, inter-dimensional travel and space based energy weapons.

A must read for any conspiracy theorist.
Great conspiracy fabrication, horrible Kindle OCR 28 avril 2013
Par Douglas K. Fahrman - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This is a supremely entertaining crackpot conspiracy theory. It has all the perfect touches one would want for an out of sight conspiracy theory. The problem is that the writing is quite poor. Neither author has a very good grip on written English. This is exacerbated by the extremely poor Kindle version which is full of OCR errors that apparently were never even checked. If your book doesn't have language that is well written, this can be a killer.

I do recommend it, but $10 is far too much when a paper copy can be had for far less.
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