Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Book Review: The Prison Planet Handbook by Denis Goodwin

Title: The Prison Planet Handbook
Author: Denis Goodwin
Publisher: XLibris
Genre: Reference
Format: Ebook

Who are we, and where did we come from? When we turn to the information provided to us, we find a mud pool of possibilities. Is this intended to subvert our built-in guidance systems? We also discover that people who are adept at researching big-picture science are offered special jobs conditional on being sworn to secrecy. What is behind this strategy? Sometimes, the reality prescribed to us doesn’t fit with or explain what we experience. So if you too know something is not quite right, wonder what else is out there, what the bigger picture is, who benefits with us excluded from it, and are ready for changes on earth, the bottom line is here.


I am not sure how I felt about this book - there was a lot of information provided and some of it I could relate to but some of it I wasn't so sure about. I am not saying I totally disagreed and I guess the best thing about it is that it was really thought provoking.

Something I think that most would enjoy, it would be sure to spark a lot of discussion. 

No comments:

Post a Comment