Stripped To The Bone: The Path To Freedom In The Prison Of Life (The Wave Series, Volume 3)
Media propaganda. Official cover-ups. Dishonest science. "Non-lethal" weaponry. Mind control technology. Racial stereotypes. Social engineering. Religious programming. The cold pursuit of profit. And the unrelenting pull of materialism... In a world where "freedom" is exported at the barrel of a gun, true freedom seems more like a distant fairytale, blocked for us in more ways than we can imagine....
Paperback: 428 pages
Publisher: Red Pill Press; 3rd Edition edition (April 2, 2010)
Package Dimensions: 7.9 x 4.9 x 1.1 inches
Amazon Rank: 2631106
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“Ok, this one I find the best, only because of the overlay of the entire 'show' of creation that is put forth, the much 'bigger picture' if you well. It is part of the ongoing 'wave' series, currently 8 volumes in length, as the author shares with the...”
n Stripped to the Bone, author Laura Knight-Jadczyk lays bare the forces seeking to keep humanity in a prison of its own creation. She lucidly describes evil’s place in the cosmos, from the dark world of political conspiracy and government mind control to the reality behind the UFO phenomenon. But in response to the grim state of affairs on the Big Blue Marble, she also asks: Is there a solution? What can we learn from those who came before us? Stripped to the Bone suggests that this knowledge was not only known and widely practiced in humanity s prehistory, but that it can be rediscovered.Through her extensive reading on all things esoteric, Knight-Jadczyk maintains that by knowing our limitations, we may overcome them. In this volume of her acclaimed Wave Series, she tears down our illusions about freedom and the idea that it can be won in any war. Rather, the path to freedom is an inner battle against the many limitations placed on our ability to choose by official culture, our own beliefs, and the forces behind the reality of our everyday experience. By showing us our own limitations she also succeeds in presenting anew the real possibilities and true potential of a free humanity.