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Thiaoouba Prophecy: The Golden Planet. : A True Report by the Author Who Was PHYSICALLY ABDUCTED to Another Planet by Michel Desmarquet book review

Visits: 35Abduction to the 9th Planet Book Review Regurgitated star trek corn chowder. Techno circus of universal materialism. Chosen people from category higher than you. Welcome to the golden planet. So bright, you gotta wear shades. I’m serious. The golden ninth planet is so bright, the epicene space gods require all visitors to wear a… Continue reading Thiaoouba Prophecy: The Golden Planet. : A True Report by the Author Who Was PHYSICALLY ABDUCTED to Another Planet by Michel Desmarquet book review

The Princess and Curdie by George MacDonald book review

Visits: 161Curdie is gifted the power of discernment by Irene’s silver haired grandmother living in the garret. Curdie sets out for the king’s castle. Curdie finds the King on his deathbed, Irene is desperate. The city is in default. The people in denial. Entire retinue of commie sellouts. The doctor is slowly killing the king… Continue reading The Princess and Curdie by George MacDonald book review

The Princess and the Goblin by George MacDonald book review

Visits: 145Princess Irene has a silvered haired grandmother living in the garret. Irene is given a ring that provides a thread of direction spun in the light of the moon by her grandmother. The thread leads Irene to Curdie who is trapped in the caves by the goblins in the depths of the mountain. They… Continue reading The Princess and the Goblin by George MacDonald book review

My Captivity by Fanny Kelly book review

Visits: 147I enjoyed it very much. The story is fake. Fanny Kelly describes one of her fellow emigrants as a daguerro artist. Her alleged “emigration” and subsequent capture commencing on or about May 17, 1864. I booted up circe machine to search FANNY KELLY – seeking to find daguerreotype of FANNY KELLY. Daguerro was getting… Continue reading My Captivity by Fanny Kelly book review

Son of the Morning Star: Custer and the Little Bighorn by Evan S. Connell book review

Visits: 313Damn good book about G.A.C. George Armstrong Custer. Son of the Morning Star – glorious light of Lucifer. Roman flame cult – Secret society theater presents – Civil War followed by Indian removal. Native problem solver, Custer. A man at the bottom of his West Point class, given starring roll in war episode, Civil… Continue reading Son of the Morning Star: Custer and the Little Bighorn by Evan S. Connell book review

Froissart’s Chronicles by Jean Froissart book review

Visits: 302This chronicle, if true, sets precedent for purge style retribution by enslaved peasants.Burn, rape, and pillage.England, France, and Spain.Kings, queens, and barons.Castles, knights, and squires.Fiefdom, serf, and noble.Ransom, rest, and relaxation. It’s the year 1300s. You own a castle. You didn’t die during childbirth. Besides subsistence farming, trapping, water fetching, hunting with falcons, and… Continue reading Froissart’s Chronicles by Jean Froissart book review

Waverley by Sir Walter Scott book review

Visits: 228Rich people are the best. This book is one of my favorite. The way they talk, fight battles, and present their fortune to familiar heirs, the three ermines passant. It’s true, these rich bastards have everything except experience, which can be purchased through officer entitlements in the King’s service, the dragoons. You get caught… Continue reading Waverley by Sir Walter Scott book review

The Devils of Loudun by Aldous Huxley book review

Visits: 245When the witches speak you better listen. Especially if you’re a philandering priest, impregnating the buxom duchess who you seduce during Latin lessons. The witches will shriek and scream, strike a pose and expose themselves to their exorcists and onlookers who come from all around to see the Devils of Loudun. The witches will… Continue reading The Devils of Loudun by Aldous Huxley book review