By Jim Marrs
Jim Marrs has tested himself among the numerous different conspiracy researchers in bringing replacement perspectives and data to the loads in a palatable and coherent shape. With issues of conspiracy mendacity at the edge of mainstream acceptability, Marrs has still touched a nerve with the general public at huge along with his skill to stroll the superb line among incredulity and the wonderful.
whereas the majority of Marrs' paintings has been all for particular subject matters some time past, this time he makes use of the ATS web site as a launching element for essentially the most well known topics of the discussion board clients. overlaying a huge spectrum of issues from the age outdated Kennedy assassination, lunar landings and the Federal Reserve, to the trendy phenomenon of chemtrails, top oil, and the ever-present September 11 theories; with many extra in among.
something this booklet isn't really is a conspiratorial free-for-all the place all good judgment fails to use. Marrs manages to convincingly debunk Nazi antarctic bases whereas laying off poignant feedback at the Federal Reserve. after all as a prerequisite, an open brain is important , although, one's personal scepticism need not be relegated to the trash bin both.
In all, whereas the committed fringe researcher will most probably locate the knowledge to be outdated information, such a lot readers should still locate this to be an wonderful if now not a little bit informative tract. the next water cooler speak on my own can be well worth the buy cost.
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Extra info for Above Top Secret: Uncover the Mysteries of the Digital Age
An opinion piece on the editorial page of the normally arch-conservative Dallas Morning News was even more pointed in its skepticism stating: These guys were running for president. Would they make something up? And why not trust the eyes of the hard-working people around Stephenville? A bunch of them saw the same things in the sky this month: slowmoving, direction-changing, glowing spheroids flying in formation. Witnesses also saw military jets come in for a peek, but the Air Force first denied they were in the area.
The Pentagon, as stated by several witnesses, but did not strike the building, an event apparently seen by no one including some 82 security cameras trained on the structure. The videotapes from the cameras were confiscated by the FBI that day and have never been released to the public with the exception of a few frames that show an explosion at the Pentagon but do not show a large jet plane. The account of raging fire able to disintegrate an entire airplane is disputed by photos of the Pentagon taken that day which depict undamaged wooden tables, plastic computers and even a paper book along with the account of April Gallop, who with her small son (both injured in the explosion) nevertheless climbed to safety unharmed through the hole in the Pentagon’s west wall.
And after adjusting his rifle’s scope, peered through it at the object above him. He estimated the object hung silently a mere 300 feet over his heading, blocking his vision as far as he could see. “I looked back up there at it and I can see what I would call a ‘mirage’ coming off of it. It wasn’t steam. I don’t know really—I’ve seen it like on a hot highway how the heat waves come up. And this was coming down. I really didn’t know what to think. I was not scared, so I dropped my gun. And then I really started noticing how big this thing was.
Above Top Secret: Uncover the Mysteries of the Digital Age by Jim Marrs