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polymoog

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Just want to add I bought the orlando book on moon rocks
ah, good for you. i have that one along with the out of print (taken off the market, due to the lawsuit) sandy hook one and and i suppose we didnt go to the moon, either? book.
the only drawback is that the book provides some links on YT which are now erased from existence. fetzer might have reuploaded them on bitchute (hes got a channel there) or on his website, veterans today.
 






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polymoog

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Just want to add I bought the orlando book on moon rocks
its good to support the authors directly, especially fellow truth researchers.

i dont have an issue with used books. ill compare the used prices at amazon with abesbooks.com and if theyre comparable, ill go with abes. THEN i will email abesbooks and shake them down for a coupon via email. theyll give me one for 10 or 15% off, and then ill make the purchase.
 






Hooligan69

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I recently bought The Wretched of the Earth by Frantz Fanon. It should be a very interesting read. Another book I'm curious to read is Just Us: An American Conversation by Claudia Rankine.
 






Hooligan69

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A Terrible Thing to Waste: Environmental Racism and Its Assault on the American Mind should be an interesting read. I look forward to it.
 






morita

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I had a lot of time to read since quarantine started. This one is a coming of age story.
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Cintra

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Reading this.
Very interesting.


Anyone else read it?
 






Red Sky at Morning

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Reading this.
Very interesting.


Anyone else read it?
I think many of those claims (and similar ones) are discussed here:-

 






Cintra

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I think many of those claims (and similar ones) are discussed here:-

Excellent!
Thank you.

Partly this current reading exploration was inspired by things you have posted about ancient Jerusalem.

This book is great for me. It talks my language (Iron I, Bronze III, etc).
Puts everything in a framework for other things.
 






WagtheDog

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I am an avid reader and usually have quite a few books going at once. For fiction I seem to be reading nothing but apocalyptic fiction at the moment. Here is my current stack in progress:
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