A.D. - After Disclosure: Book

Why is it that people who even hint that they have an interest in UFOs – what they are, who they contain, where they come from – are immediately branded cranks, nutters and kooks? Those who encounter anything they cannot explain away, in the main, choose to keep quiet for fear of ridicule from all and sundry. It’s an excellent control mechanism, closing down investigation, and stopping people asking questions.

A new book, “A.D. – After Disclosure” starts by sweeping aside such stone-walling by asking the reader to accept that UFOs are real. From that point, turning page by riveting page, you begin to realise exactly why the establishment would have worked so hard to conceal the facts. This will be the story of the millennium, with ramifications so wide-ranging it will change the world we live in, forever.  

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Fantastic TV: fan-tastic book!

It is a rarity these days that I find myself being able to recommend any book that considers itself a tome dedicated in any shape or form to ‘Cult TV’. Simply put, the majority of titles released in this arena are written by people not up to the job.  Yes, that makes me sounds like a pompous bitch, but I am sick to death of building up a head of virulent steam by uttering “wrong”, “wrong”, “not true” as I plough through one commissioning error after another.

“Fantastic TV” by Steven Savile managed to avoid this fate.  Granted there are still a handful of prize howlers in the manuscript, and this is hardly anything like an exhaustive analysis of “50 Years of Cult Fantasy and Science Fiction” – but blame the editor for trying to build up the stature of this title in the marketplace via an inaccurate subheading. This book will make you want to go and revisit some of the best TV ever made, and also investigate series that you’ve never given much attention to.

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Jesse Ventura's Conspiracies

You won’t see many, if any, reviews in the mainstream of “American Conspiracies” by former wrestler Jesse Ventura. It’s selling well in the USA, and yet newspapers and magazines prefer not to mention that it even exists. Why would they try and starve Jesse and, by consequence, his new book of publicity? You can, of course, just shrug your shoulders, say it’s one extreme coincidence, and that there are other books in the bestseller charts that aren’t reviewed. If you believe that, I have some seafront property in Switzerland you’ll be interested in.

The simple fact is that Jesse is dangerous because he’s an individual. He follows the evidence to its logical conclusions. And what he discovers in this book is that we are simply not being told the truth on major incidents in American history. The content of the book, its undeniable presentation of facts, and our media’s refusal to address the evidence presented means only one thing: our entire media, worldwide, is compromised and cannot be trusted.

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Human Race Get Off Your Knees!

I used to hate history at school. It was never made relevant to my modern world. So, when I find a book that has several chapters that make the past relevant to the global situation we find ourselves in today, the fact that I am actually able to digest the information, and enjoy doing so, is a credit to the writer concerned.

The author in question is David Icke. But hold on there, before you surf off to somewhere else, let me say that less than four years ago I would have had the same reaction you probably just had – a rolling of the eyes, a shaking of the head, and swiftly moving on. Why would I have that reaction? Well, he’s a nutter, isn’t he?  Thinks he’s the son of ‘God’. Believes the Queen’s a lizard. He predicted an escalation of massive natural disasters, and a slow and methodical move towards global government. It’s at that point you should, if you’ve been paying attention, realise in the last scenario he’s been spot-on.  So, there’s something to investigate here ...

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Filmed In Supermarionation

For children of the 1960s and early 1970s, their world view and unbridled optimism came from snapshots of things to come seen across a particular niche genre of television production. Against the backdrop of the real world ‘cold war’, here was a multi-faceted universe where English-speaking life on Earth can also be found under the seas, a united world government was a pretty neat idea with no tyranny in sight, and people invested in saving life simply because it was the right thing to do. “Filmed in Supermarionation: A History of the Future” is the story of the Gerry and Sylvia Anderson puppet empire, minus any spin.

Slough’s Trading Estate in the 1960s was the home to a production company that created television shows such as Thunderbirds, Stingray, Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons, Fireball XL5 and Joe 90. This account begins with the revelation of a two-line advertisement in a local paper, and concludes on the day the puppet studios closed in 1969. From AP Films to the Century 21 Organisation, this was a fiction factory that has no equal in the UK.

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