Book Review: Genes, Giants, Monsters & Men by Dr. Joseph P. Farrell Ph.D.

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TheBreakaway
Zy Marquiez
January 26, 2017

Dr. Farrell tends to write some books in trilogies.  This particular book, Genes, Giants, Monsters & Men which is the second in this particular series, would be the follow up to The Cosmic War, which he wrote previously to this.

Farrell’s book, Cosmic War [Review Here], which is intriguing in its implications and breathtaking in scope, laid the foundation for this particular series in a rather scholarly manner.  In Genes, Giants, Monsters & Men Farrell continues his scholarly analysis into what the proceeding events after that particular war in antiquity took place.

The author makes it a note of showing how there are two sets of descendants related to those who waged the Cosmic War.  One side has made a stride to attempt to showcase history for what it is, while the other side not only manipulated historical events as they take place in trenchant and disturbing ways, but also is making a point to obfuscate real history in myriad ways.

Throughout the book, Dr. Farrell showcases many historical oddities, and also some downright suppressions that have taken place throughout history.  In his usual incisive, analytical, and well-argued manner, Farrell pulls the threads of historical elements that might seem disparate at first, but are in fact ‘joined at the hip’ so to speak.

Regarding the historical and ongoing suppression of this type of data and it’s implications, the author cogently relates:

“It is when Cremo and Thompson’s careful scholarship is viewed within the context of deeper allegations of archaeological suppression that other more disturbing philosophical and speculative implications emerge, for the bottom line is that both the archaeological suppression of “convenient forgetting” and the dogma of evolution would seem to be tailor-made devices to suppress the ideas of the great antiquity of man and the possibility of a previously existing Very High Civilization.  Viewed in this light, it is impossible that the scientific theory functions as an “evidence screening mechanism” for scientists not privy to the ultimate agenda: the suppression of the very notion of such a civilization, and therefore any attempt to investigate it by the hoi polloi.  One might indeed be dealing with a “public consumption” biology, anthropology, and archaeology to parallel the “public consumption” physics deliberately designed to prevent the recovery of lost technologies and science.   Clearly, if our examination of the I Ching and DNA are any indicator, this would appear to be the case.”[1][2][Bold Emphasis Added]

This particular book offers a thought-provoking synthesis of ancient technology, genetic engineering, mind control technologies, examinations of giants as reported from credible sources from various cultures throughout history, DNA coupled with the I-Ching, historical suppression as well as much MUCH more.

Two other additional noteworthy subjects covered by Farrell are The Gate of Babylon and The Surrush, both of which have potentially mindbending implications.

In its full breadth and scope, this book challenges official history at every turn and rightly so.  Official history should be challenged, because evidence keeps piling up which shows humanity is being lied to at a very large scale.  If such readings as Farrell are anywhere near the truth, then not only is history vastly different than what the conventional narrative claims, but also history should be gazed upon again through another lens.

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Sources:

[1] Dr. Joseph P. Farrell, Genes, Giants, Monsters And Men, pg. 186.
[2] Farrell’s mention of Cremo and Thompson relates to their magnum opus, Forbidden Archeology: The Hidden History Of The Human Race.

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Book Review: The I Ching Or Book Of Changes by Brian Browne Walker

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Zy Marquiez
August 2, 2016

This book  – The I Ching – is a veritable crash course into what can take place when people pay attention to the small intricacies in life.

As in life, this book offers much to learn from, if one just so chooses.  It’s not for no reason that this book has been held in high esteem by sages and mystics going back thousands of years.

Of those sages, perhaps the most notable is Confucius who ironed out his teachings and insights from this particular book.

In any case, as the book hints at in its introduction, this book can be seen just as another book or it can be viewed as something more. 

Just as with any other stepping stone that offers opportunity for growth, this particular book is no different.  In fact, its insights and advice are not only reasonable, but they resonate quite well for many reasons.

The beauty of this book lies in its simplicity.  Throughout its length the book takes an approach of meaning towards everything.  From every event, every instance, in every day, there is something to be gained from it.   However, will undoubtedly depend on how the individual so chooses to act.

With clarity and depth, the book will help the individual traverse through life by showcasing wisdom in more than ample situations.

Another benefit of this book is how it’s far easier to read than other I Ching books, at least for me.  That is always pleasant for someone that’s always attempting to keep things simple.

How this book helps you will be determined ultimately by you, the reader – the individual.  For me, personally, if am having trouble with certain circumstances, its helped me reassess my thought process and take a step back and be able to not only take my time, but relax, and thus allow my-self the precision of thought needed to take the next step in life.

That, and that alone, is priceless.  The beauty of it is that, the book offers many more gems than that.  It’s certainly a must buy for everyone in my opinion, because knowing human nature, we can all benefit from it.