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Many of these books are deemed as controversial by an establishment which seeks to keep empowering information suppressed. This is why we have lost access to many of the great libraries of information that held clues about our forgotten past. No researcher/author possesses the entire truth, but some great minds of the last few centuries have left behind a legacy along with vital clues to help expand awareness beyond the confines of the material paradigm that has kept perception limited and more easily controlled.
*These excerpts are extracted from external sources that I feel best reflect the content of the books and are intended for educational purposes only.*
David Icke - The Biggest Secret (1999)
The Biggest Secret David Icke’s most powerful and explosive book so far includes the astonishing background to the murder of Diana, Princess of Wales. He reveals in documented detail, how the same interconnecting bloodlines have controlled the planet for thousands of years. How they created all the major religions and suppressed the spiritual and esoteric knowledge that will set humanity free from its mental and emotional prisons. This is the book that revealed the existence of a reptilian race from another planet and/or dimension covertly controlling humanity. It includes a devastating expose of the true origins of Christianity and the other major religions and documents the suppressed science, which explains why the world is facing a time of incredible change and transformation.
David Icke - Human Race Get off Your Knees: The Lion Sleep No More (2010)
David Icke calls for humanity to rise from its knees and take back the world from the sinister network of families and non-human entities that covertly control us from cradle to grave. He describes what he calls the Moon Matrix, a fake reality broadcast from the Moon which is decoded by the human body/mind in much the same way as portrayed in the Matrix movie trilogy. The Moon Matrix has hacked into the human body-computer system, he says, and it is feeding us a manipulated sense of self and the world 24/7.
David Icke - The Trigger (2019)
He wrote in the 90’s about the 2008 Banking Crash, The War on Terror, Transhumanist Agenda, Microchipping, the Cashless Society and more. In this Book he takes a look back at the event that shook the World in 2001, the September 11th attacks in New York. He looks at who was really behind it and why, what has happened in the years following 911, the increasing evidence to show the official story doesn’t stand up to research and what has happened in the World since that day.
George Orwell - 1984 (1949)
War is Peace. Freedom is Slavery. Ignorance is Strength. 1984 is a dystopian novella by George Orwell published in 1949, which follows the life of Winston Smith, a low ranking member of ‘the Party’, who is frustrated by the omnipresent eyes of the party, and its ominous ruler Big Brother.
Aldous Huxley - Brave New World (1932)
Largely set in a futuristic World State whose citizens are environmentally engineered into an intelligence-based social hierarchy, the novel anticipates huge scientific advancements in reproductive sleep-learning, psychological manipulation and classical conditioning that are combined to make a dystopian society which is challenged by only a single individual: the story’s protagonist.
Aldous Huxley - Doors of Perception (1954)
The Doors of Perception (1954) & Heaven and Hell (1956) are two essays written by the English writer, Aldous Huxley (1894 – 1963.) The two are now, more often than not, bound together in a single volume, which form a remarkable insight into psychedelics. Through Huxley’s astute exploration of his own subjective, psy-experience with Mescaline, to his philosophical treatment of the mystical experience, therein lies the conceptual groundwork for contemporary psychedelic literature
Aldous Huxley - The Perennial Philosophy (1945)
The Perennial Philosophy is defined by its author as “The metaphysic that recognizes a divine Reality substantial to the world of things and lives and minds.” With great wit and stunning intellect, Aldous Huxley examines the spiritual beliefs of various religious traditions and explains them in terms that are personally meaningful.
Sri Aurobindo - The Life Divine (1990)
About The Life Divine. Sri Aurobindo’s principal philosophic work, a theory of spiritual evolution culminating in the transformation of man from a mental into a supramental being and the advent of a divine life upon earth.
Sri Aurobindo - Letters on Yoga (1970)
Yoga is not a thing of ideas but of inner spiritual experience. Merely to be attracted to any set of religious or spiritual ideas does not bring with it any realization. Yoga means a change of consciousness; mere mental activities will not bring a change of consciousness, it can only bring a change of mind.
Satprem - Sri Aurobindo or The Adventure of Consciousness (1968)
This now classic introduction to Sri Aurobindo not only tells us the story of his life—in itself a remarkable adventure—but Satprem also takes us along in a methodical exploration of Sri Aurobindo’s integral yoga, showing how it leads to a divine rehabilitation of Matter and gives our painful evolution its meaning and hope. Now the time may have come at last to unveil the Mysteries and to recover the complete truth of the two poles within a third position, which is neither that of the materialists nor that of the spiritualists.
Carl Jung - Psychology of The Unconscious (1912)
In Psychology of the Unconscious, Jung seeks a sym. Rather than focusing on psychopathology and its symptoms, the Swiss psychiatrist studied dreams, mythology, and literature to define the universal patterns of the psyche.
Carl Jung - The Psychological Types (1921)
In the book, Jung proposes four main functions of consciousness: two perceiving or non-rational functions (Sensation and Intuition), and two judging or rational functions (Thinking and Feeling). These functions are modified by two main attitude types: extraversion and introversion.
Carl Jung - Modern Man In Search of a Soul (1933)
Modern Man in Search of a Soul is the perfect introduction to the theories and concepts of one of the most original and influential religious thinkers of the twentieth century. Lively and insightful, it covers all of his most significant themes, including man’s need for a God and the mechanics of dream analysis.
Carl Jung - Collected Works (1957)
The works consist of published volumes, essays, lectures, letters, and a dissertation written by Jung from 1902 until his death in 1961. The compilation by the editors dates from 1945 onward. The series contains revised versions of works previously published, works not previously translated, and new translations of many of Jung’s writings. Several of the volumes are extensively illustrated; each contains an index and most contain a bibliography. Until his death, Jung supervised the revisions of the text, some of which were extensive. A body of Jung’s work still remains unpublished.
Carl Jung - The Undiscovered Self (1958)
In this challenging and provocative work, Dr. Carl Jung, one of history’s greatest minds, argues that civilization’s future depends on our ability as individuals to resist the collective forces of society. Only by gaining an awareness and understanding of one’s unconscious mind and true, inner nature “the undiscovered self” can we as individuals acquire the self-knowledge that is antithetical to ideological fanaticism. But this requires that we face our fear of the duality of the human psyche – the existence of good and the capacity for evil in every individual.
Carl Jung - Memories, Dreams and Reflections (1962)
Memories, Dreams, Reflections is an autobiography of Carl Jung’s life. Unlike most autobiographies, this is not a narrative of the events of his life; rather, it is a psychological look at Jung’s revelations. For example, Jung only briefly states that he has a wife and children.
Carl Jung - Man and His Symbols (1964)
Here, Jung examines the full world of the unconscious, whose language he believed to be the symbols constantly revealed in dreams. Convinced that dreams offer practical advice, sent from the unconscious to the conscious self, Jung felt that self-understanding would lead to a full and productive life.
Carl Jung - The Red Book (2009 - late release)
The Red Book is part journal, part mythological novel that takes the reader through Jung’s fantasies — hallucinations he self-induced to try and get to the core of his unconscious.
Jane Roberts - Seth Speaks: The Eternal Validity of The Soul (1972)
One of the most powerful of the Seth Books, this essential guide to conscious living clearly and powerfully articulates the furthest reaches of human potential, and the concept that we all create our own reality according to our individual beliefs. Having withstood the test of time, it is still considered one of the most dynamic and brilliant maps of inner reality available today
David Hawkins - Power v Force (1985)
All human endeavors have the common goal of understanding or influencing human experience. To this end, man has developed numerous descriptive and analytical disciplines: Morality, Philosophy, Psychology, and so on. Regardless of what branch of inquiry one starts from—philosophy, political theory, theology—all avenues of investigation eventually converge at a common meeting point: the quest for an organized understanding of the nature of pure consciousness. To explain that which is simple can be difficult indeed. Much of this book is devoted to the process of making the simple obvious. If we can understand even one simple thing in depth, we will have greatly expanded our capacity for comprehending the nature of the universe and life itself (David Hawkins).
Marshall Summers - The Allies of Humanity I, II & III (2001-2012)
Over twenty years ago, a group of individuals from several different worlds gathered at a discreet location in our solar system near earth for the purpose of observing the alien intervention that is occurring in our world. From their hidden vantage point, they were able to determine the identity, organization and intentions of those visiting our world and monitor the visitors’ activities. This group of observers call themselves the “Allies of Humanity.” This is their report.
Marshall Summers - The New Message (2016)
For the past 35 years, I have been immersed in a religious experience. This has resulted in my receiving a vast body of writings about the nature of human spirituality and humanity’s destiny within a larger panorama of intelligent life in the Universe. These writings, encompassed in the Teaching in The New Message contain a theological framework that accounts for life and the presence of God in the “Greater Community,” the vast expanse of space and time that we know to be our Universe (Marshall Summers)
Marshall Summers - Steps to Knowledge: The Book of Inner Knowing (1999)
You came into the world with the Knowledge of who you are, who you must meet and what you must accomplish. It is time to find this Knowledge and begin to live it. Steps to Knowledge takes you on a great journey of discovering Self Knowledge, the mysterious source of your spirituality and inner authority. Following this inner Knowledge leads you to the greater relationships that you will need in order to find and to fulfill your mission in life.Steps to Knowledge provides the lessons and practices necessary for learning and living the Way of Knowledge. Presented in a self-study format, it contains 365 daily “steps” that enable you to experience inner certainty and direction. It is this experience that can sustain you every day and in every situation.
Barbara Marciniak - Family of Light (1998)
During the crucial period between 1987 and 2012–a nanosecond in the annals of existence where secrets and solutions are stored–we have the unique opportunity to move from the deepest of density to the highest of frequencies–where we shift from linear to multi-dimensional living. To make this transition, we must face not only the limitations of our 3-D world with its electronic manipulation and mind control, we must embrace our own wounds, and those of our ancestors and our leaders. To heal ourselves, to raise our frequency from one of despair and fear to one of great inspiration and love, the Pleiadians urge us to rethink and reevaluate our lives.
Barbara Marciniak - Bringers of The Dawn (1992)
Compiled from more than four hundred hours of channeling by Barbara Marciniak, Bringers of the Dawn imparts to us the wisdom of the Pleiadians, a group of enlightened beings who have come to Earth to help us discover how to reach a new stage of evolution.
Paul Levy - Dispelling Wetiko: Breaking The Curse of Evil (2013)
There is a contagious psychospiritual disease of the soul, a parasite of the mind, that is currently being acted out en masse on the world stage via a collective psychosis of titanic proportions.This mind-virus which Native Americans have called “wetiko” covertly operates through the unconscious blind spots in the human psyche, rendering people oblivious to their own madness and compelling them to act against their own best interests. Drawing on insights from Jungian psychology, shamanism, alchemy, spiritual wisdom traditions, and personal experience, author Paul Levy shows us that hidden within the venom of wetiko is a revelation as well as its own antidote, which once recognized can help us wake up and bring sanity back to our society. How wetiko manifests will it destroy our species, or will it catalyze a deeper process of global awakening? depends upon recognizing what it is revealing to us about ourselves.
‘The Three Initiates’ - The Kybalion (1908)
The Kybalion is a summary of hermetic philosophy (a philosophy named for Hermes Trismegistus; you can learn more about Trismegistus, who lived in Ancient Egypt and influenced the greatest men of his time). It was published by the Yogi Publication Society in 1908.. There are seven seed truths contained in The Kybalion, and these principles explain what Hermetists describe as the art of Mental Transmutation. This may sound like magic, but the hermetic teachings in The Kybalion are actually scientific. Most people don’t realize that a set of Universal Laws that apply to all created things even exists. That is what hermetic philosophy is: an explanation of the universal, fundamental principles that determine how reality works. By adopting and mastering these Kybalion principles, you can tap into the divine power of the universe.
Philip K.Dick - The Exegesis Volume I & II (2011-12)
Based on thousands of pages of typed and handwritten notes, journal entries, letters, and story sketches, The Exegesis of Philip K. Dick is the magnificent and imaginative final work of an author who dedicated his life to questioning the nature of reality and perception, the malleability of space and time, and the relationship between the human and the divine….
Joseph Campbell - Reflection on the Art of Living (1991)
One of Joseph Campbell’s most popular, most quoted works, A Joseph Campbell Companion: Reflections on the Art of Living is a treasure trove of insight and inspiration, thought-provoking in its depth, poetic in its scope. Drawn from a month-long workshop at the world-famous Esalen Institute held in celebration of the scholar’s eightieth birthday, the Companion captures Campbell at his best: wise, funny, intelligent and inspiring.
Joseph Campbell - The Hero With a Thousand Faces (1949)
The Hero with a Thousand Faces is a work of comparative mythology by Joseph Campbell, in which the author discusses his theory of the mythological structure of the journey of the archetypal hero found in world myths.
Joseph Campbell - Portable Jung (1971)
This comprehensive collection of writings by the epoch-shaping Swiss psychoanalyst was edited by Joseph Campbell, himself the most famous of Jung’s American followers. It comprises Jung’s pioneering studies of the structure of the psyche – including the works that introduced such notions as the collective unconscious, the Shadow, Anima and Animus – as well as inquries into the psychology of spirituality and creativity, and Jung’s influential “On Synchronicity,” a paper whose implications extend from the I Ching to quantum physics. Campbell’s introduction completes this compact volume, placing Jung’s astonishingly wide-ranging oeuvre within the context of his life and times.
P.D Ouspensky - In Search for the Miraculous (1949)
In Search of the Miraculous has been hailed as the most valuable and reliable documentation of G. I. Gurdjieff’s thoughts and universal view. This historic and influential work is considered by many to be a primer of mystical thought as expressed through the Work, a combination of Eastern philosophies that had for centuries been passed on orally from teacher to student. Gurdjieff’s goal, to introduce the Work to the West, attracted many students, among them Ouspensky, an established mathematician, journalist, and, with the publication of In Search of the Miraculous, an eloquent and persuasive proselyte. Ouspensky describes Gurdjieff’s teachings in fascinating and accessible detail, providing what has proven to be a stellar introduction to the universal view of both student and teacher.
Neville Goddard - The Law and the Promise (1961)
Neville Goddard, was among the last century’s most articulate and charismatic purveyors of the New Thought philosophy. Testimony that “creative visualization gives birth to reality” revealing how people have used imagining to realize their desires. An explanation of the Law they used and how it can be used by anyone.
Bruce Lipton - The Biology of Belief (2005)
Lipton explores the biochemical effects of the brain’s functioning. The implications of this research radically change our understanding of life. Genes and DNA do not control our biology. Instead, DNA is controlled by signals from outside the cell, including the energetic messages emanating from our positive and negative thoughts. Lipton shows how that our bodies can change as we change our thoughts. We have the power to alter our health and well-being for the better!
Toru Sato- The Ever-Transcending Spirit: The Psychology of Human Relationships, Consciousness, and Development (2003)
This book provides us with exceptional insights concerning why we are the way we are, especially in the realm of human relationships, consciousness, and development. It also provides us with insights about how we can break out of our shells and take the next step in our relationships and personal development so that we can make a positive contribution to the process of evolution.
Boris Mouravieff - Gnosis 1-3 (1961-1965)
Boris Mouravieff was an enigmatic ‘third man’, known to Gurdjieff and Ouspensky, who found and learned to practice what he clearly believed to be the complete system of which only ‘fragments’ had been previously published in Ouspensky’s In Search of the Miraculous. On this basis, he formed the ‘Center for Christian Esoteric Studies’ in Geneva – now closed. Many of his discoveries are described in his book Gnosis, which contains in its three volumes the fundamental components of that Christian esoteric teaching revealed by Ouspensky in fragmentary form. This Gnosis is not a modern statement of the second century texts known as ‘Gnosticism’, but a previously unpublished ancient Christian knowledge tradition.
John Baines - The Stellar Man (1983)
Baines boldly reveals how the human being is manipulated and controlled by a vast cerebral and cultural program. He explains that the only possibility for freedom from this perpetual slavery consists in transcending oneself to finally cut the cord that connects us to this central computer.
Philip Shepherd - New Self, New World (2010)
We suffer from a mistaken identity. Individually and collectively we accept the idea that it’s normal for people to live in their heads. This error is at the root of the crises faced by the 21st century, because it keeps us in a divided state, regardless of how much self-help we have done. It divides us from the body’s intelligence, and from the world’s harmony. Fundamental as it is, this identity dominates all we do. It’s the elephant in the room – and it’s time for a conversation about it. New Self, New World initiates that conversation, and then goes further. The book first reveals how over six thousand years our culture has grown into a profoundly male bias that disregards being and obsesses over control. Demonstrating how that bias keeps us in our heads, it then offers a set of principles to help us back to our true identity, outlining a process that is practical rather than abstract.
Juliet Carter and Jiva Carter - Worldbridger (2007)
Genetically modified Humans, locked in a mutant matrix? Worldbridger tells the story of 18 years of initiations and revelations that Juliet and Jiva Carter experienced during their collaboration with the “Bird Tribe”, the Planetary and Solar Evolutionary Guides, to receive the Template codes of transcendence.
Dr. Rick Strassman - DMT Spirit Molecule: A Doctor's Revolutionary Research into the Biology of Near-Death and Mystical Experiences (2001)
DMT: The Spirit Molecule makes the bold case that DMT, naturally released by the pineal gland, facilitates the soul’s movement in and out of the body and is an integral part of the birth and death experiences, as well as the highest states of meditation and even sexual transcendence.
Gnostic texts/Nag Hammadi
The 52 texts discovered in Nag Hammadi, Egypt include ‘secret’ gospels poems and myths attributing to Jesus sayings and beliefs which are very different from the New Testament.
Osho - The Book of Wisdom: The Heart of Tibetan Buddhism (1984)
In short, it is a book that teaches us to live with wisdom. Based on the Seven Points of Mind Training as delineated by the eleventh century Buddhist mystic, Atisha, The Book of Wisdom conveys ancient wisdom with a freshness and spontaneity rarely seen in contemporary works on spirituality.
Don Riso and Russ Hudson - The Wisdom of the Enneagram (1999)
The first definitive guide to using the wisdom of the enneagram for spiritual and psychological growth. The ancient symbol of the Enneagram has become one of today’s most popular systems for self-understanding, based on nine distinct personality types. Now, two of the world’s foremost Enneagram authorities introduce a powerful new way to use the Enneagram as a tool for personal transformation and development. Whatever your spiritual background, the Enneagram shows how you can overcome your inner barriers, realize your unique gifts and strengths, and discover your deepest direction in life.
Eva Pierrakos - Fear No Evil - The Pathwork Method of Transforming the Lower Self (2013)
“Fear No Evil” offers a practical method of compassionately observing and transforming our shadow side, presenting the idea of evil in practical, modern terms that can help us face our negative life experiences with a new light of understanding that will transform our personal pain into joy and pleasure.”
The Mother Mirra Alfassa - Words of Long Ago (1939)
Writings and talks from 1893 to 1920. The volume includes early essays, talks to seekers in Paris, essays written in Japan, and Tales of All Times, some stories for children. This volume contains all the writings of the Mother from the period before 1920, the year she settled in Pondicherry, with the exception of Prayers and Meditations. The book is divided into seven parts, according to the nature and date of the material.
Michael Tellinger - UBUNTU Contributionism (2013)
Michael Tellinger describes how the ancient African philosophy of UBUNTU will allow us to seamlessly move from a divided, money-driven society, to united communities driven by people, their passion for life and their God-given talents.
Robert Moore - King, Lover, Warrior, Magician (1990)
King, Warrior, Magician, Lover is a classic manosphere staple for men looking into self-development. The book mixes solid psychology with religion, myth, and self-development practices to teach men how to find their own highest version of masculinity.
Mantak Chia - Taoist Secrets of Love: Cultivating Male Sexual Energy (1984)
Reveals the ancient sexual secrets of the Taoist sages. This book teaches: higher taoist practices for alchemical transmutation of body, mind and spirit; the secret of achieving and maintaining full sexual potency; the Taoist valley orgasm – pathway to higher bliss; and, how to conserve and store sperm in the body
Mantak Chia - Healing Love through the Tao: Cultivating Female Sexual Energy (1986)
The foundation of healing love is the cultivation, transformation, and circulation of sexual energy, known as jing. Jing energy is creative, generative energy that is vital for the development of chi(vital life-force energy) and shen(spiritual energy), which enables higher practices of spiritual development. Jing is produced in the sexual organs, and it is energy women lose continually through menstruation and child bearing. Mantak Chia teaches powerful techniques developed by Taoist masters for the conservation of jing and how it is used to revitalize women’s physical, mental, and spiritual well-being.
Eve Lorgen - The Dark Side of Cupid (2012)
Cupid can take the form of extraterrestrials, angel watchers, troll spirits, or reptilians. Through several case histories and identifiable signs and symptoms, Eve Lorgen introduces a new understanding of mystically connected love relationships gone wrong. She challenges readers to enhance their awareness of the possibility of relationship interference and manipulated psychic connections, and offers practical tools for recognizing, dealing with, and healing from these traumatic soul mate connections. Whether you are a fan of paranormal romance, someone seeking your soul mate, or simply want to know how psychic vampirism occurs in a love affair, then this book is for you.
Graham Hancock - Fingerprints of the Gods: The Evidence of Earth's Lost Civilisation (1995)
Could the story of mankind be far older than we have previously believed? Using tools as varied as archaeo-astronomy, geology, and computer analysis of ancient myths, Graham Hancock presents a compelling case to suggest that it is. In Fingerprints of the Gods, Hancock embarks on a worldwide quest to put together all the pieces of the vast and fascinating jigsaw of mankind’s hidden past.
Graham Hancock - Magicians of the Gods (2015)
Graham Hancock’s multi-million bestseller Fingerprints of the Gods remains an astonishing, deeply controversial, wide-ranging investigation of the mysteries of our past and the evidence for Earth’s lost civilization. Twenty years on, Hancock returns with the sequel to his seminal work filled with completely new, scientific and archaeological evidence, which has only recently come to light. The evidence revealed in this book shows beyond reasonable doubt that an advanced civilization that flourished during the Ice Age was destroyed in the global cataclysms between 12,800 and 11,600 years ago.
Rupert Sheldrake - The Science Delusion: Freeing The Spirit of Enquiry (2012)
In this book, Dr Rupert Sheldrake, one of the world’s most innovative scientists, shows that science is being constricted by assumptions that have hardened into dogmas. The ‘scientific worldview’ has become a belief system. All reality is material or physical. The world is a machine, made up of dead matter. Nature is purposeless. Consciousness is nothing but the physical activity of the brain. Free will is an illusion. God exists only as an idea in human minds, imprisoned within our skulls. Sheldrake examines these dogmas scientifically, and shows persuasively that science would be better off without them:
Tom Montalk - Fringe Knowledge for Beginners (2007)
This book offers the most important and practical concepts known to me in the fewest number of pages, written to be understood by anyone with an open mind. Its goal is to provide an organized sequential overview of our “situation” regarding metaphysics, cosmology, human origins, aliens, the Control System, the Shift, and how to empower ourselves spiritually. I end with a finely honed list of books for further study. ~ Tom Montalk
Tom Montalk - Discerning Alien Disinformation (2009)
If aliens revealed themselves to the world, how would we know they were friendly? Would it be enough for them to arrive without violence, offer gifts of scientific knowledge, and guide us toward achieving global peace and unity? Not necessarily. Hostile aliens may disguise themselves as friendly helpers to capture our hearts before ensnaring our minds and souls. If we are to be ready for contact, we must acquire discernment to see through such deception.
Tom Montalk - Transcending The Matrix Control System Volume I & II (2016)
Includes every article and illustration on montalk.net.
Gabor Mate - In The Realm of Hungry Ghosts: Close Encounters With Addiction (2008)
Explores addiction as a symptom of distress, from the pain of individual trauma and family history to the spiritual emptiness pervading our entire society. Dr. Maté weaves brain science, case studies, personal testimony, and social critique into a powerful and kaleidoscopic look at one of our culture’s most perplexing epidemics. In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts is a best-selling book that won the 2010 Hubert Evans Award for Best BC Non-Fiction Book.
Jordan Peterson - 12 Rules For Life (2018)
Peterson journeys broadly, discussing discipline, freedom, adventure, and responsibility, distilling the world’s wisdom into 12 practical and profound rules for life. 12 Rules for Life shatters the modern commonplaces of science, faith, and human nature while transforming and ennobling the mind and spirit of its listeners.