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The God Factory (The God Series Book 2) Kindle Edition

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Mike Hockney is a senior member of the Illuminati.

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  • File Size: 348 KB
  • Print Length: 177 pages
  • Publisher: Hyperreality Books (August 19, 2011)
  • Publication Date: August 19, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005I6IXPU
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"The higher we soar, the smaller we seem to those who cannot fly." - Nietzsche

"In times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act." - George Orwell

A new dawn is coming... the birth of HYPERREASON.

The God Series - the Answer to Everything ... guaranteed. The God Series is what any God worthy of the name would write, rather than idiotic stories about wandering tribes in the Middle East thousands of years ago.

Coded Fiction:

The Armageddon Conspiracy - how to kill God.

The Millionaires' Death Club - how to commit the perfect crime.

Prohibition A - how to survive a trip through hell.

The Last Bling King - how to rule the whole world.

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 28, 2011
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I stumbled across the AC(armageddon conspiracy) website roughly a year and a half ago, and have subsequently read through everything on the page, including Mike Hockney's other books(coded fiction). And am currently reading Julian Jaynes "The Origin of Consciousness", slowly but surely. And that is simply to say that I am becoming quite familiar with Illuminism in general.

The AC website while being chock full of information can seem quite scattered and all over the place at times, making it slightly difficult to grasp the exact point(s) that are trying to be made.
However THE GOD FACTORY is written very succinctly making each point clearly and moving on to the next. Each section seems to flow into the next quite logically. Which one should expect from a "supposed" senior member.

Writing aside, the content is what kept me coming back to the AC website... and what lead me to actually purchase this book. There is alot of information in the book, some of which was quite familiar, having been brought up on the website, but also alot of 'new' info as well. If you are interested in Illuminism at all.. than it is a MUST READ.

If you are on the fence, just buy it, you most likely have already read the enormous amount of free content that has been given so give a little in return.
I eagerly await the next two installments.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Brad Gumm on July 21, 2012
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Another excellent book from a series of excellent books by the Pythagorean Illuminati. The Pythagorean Illuminati are an ancient secret society of rational free thinkers. Some of the greatest, most creative geniuses in history have been members of the Illuminati. These people include: King Solomon, Pythagoras, Heraclitus, Empedocles, Plato, Hypatia, Leibniz, Weishaupt, Goethe, and Hegel.

The goal of the Illuminati is to change this world from the cosmic insane asylum it currently is to a just, rational, altruistic, Meritocracy that will give EVERYONE an equal chance to actualize their full potential. If this is a goal you share with the Illuminati then you need to read all of their books asap. You should also check out the Illuminati's website armageddonconspiracy.co.uk and their facebook page Ancient Order of The Illuminati. If you enjoy these books give them a good review on Amazon so that other people who might be interested can find them.

Everyone of the books from this series covers many important and challenging subjects. The Illuminati have integrated mathematics, philosophy, science, politics, history, sociology, psychology, religion, and the paranormal into a true Grand Unified Theory of Everything. The books in this series deal with multiple subjects from the Grand Theory.

As you can imagine some of these books contain some pretty challenging information. Luckily the writing abilities of these authors make even the most difficult subjects understandable to anyone willing to put the time into reading and studying. These books are not written like dry academic textbooks. The authors of these books write with passion and that passion quickly rubs off on the reader. You will find yourself constantly wanting to read just one more page.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jean in Wisconsin on March 9, 2013
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I didn't make it 5 star because I had just read "The God Game" and the two books are too similar. In fact, his writing is redundant. Still, I like what this series has to say and will likely read the whole series.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Meg on October 12, 2013
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I don't quite see eye to eye with the author when it comes to what the appropriate confrontation with the so-called "elite" must be. I think anything that will truly work would require a level of unity and cooperation in (somewhat) peace, a view that I would imagine this author would find naive. I can see a very narrow path that could very well lead to that. Having been born and raised 6th generation in a very "respectable" Mormon business and ranching family, then, like an idiot, torturing myself as a young adult by switching to born-again christianity, I was so pleased to read such a beautifully accurate description of the religious roadblock to a thriving humanity. Because of this same experience, I also know that, as stupid and dense as they may seem, the religious have so much potential. The religious friends and family I know are changing so rapidly and have been pleasantly surprising me often with many small, but significantly meaningful, shifts in perspective. Perhaps it is because I have children and WANT to see a utopia of humans finally becoming adults, but I have a tendancy to see a more positive option possible, if we should choose it collectively.

That being said, this book was music to my everything. I almost caught myself saying "Amen" more times than I can count ;) The language and philosophy were brilliant. And the math worship! my conscience will not allow me to give any less than five stars to such high quality math porn.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mary on July 23, 2013
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I can imagine that some might find this book a bit dry, but I personally found it very inspiring. I am not college educated and so my background on philosophy is unbalanced and I have read works in haphazard order with little guidance. This book helped me determine where I'd like to go with my studying next.

I tend to think about my beliefs in conceptual form. Not having the educational background or (yet) developed the skill to distill these concepts into clear language, I have found it very difficult to have conversations with others about Illuminism or my own beliefs. The God Factory resonated very much with some of those thoughts and gave me language to connect to my beliefs. My own beliefs are still evolving, so I am not certain whether I fall completely in line with this author's projection of Illuminism, but it's the closest I've found in any written work and for that I am grateful. It was a wonderful read.

At first I was a bit turned off by the shrill criticism and outright insults directed at mainstream religion and some of the referenced philosophers. While I have no respect for organized religion in general and I do agree that horrible things have been done in the name of gods and prophets, I don't think it is necessary to give these organizations so much power. I believe it is possible to rise above these topics without giving away any emotion. That is my only major criticism of the book. Apart from that there are some minor grammatical errors, but nothing terribly distracting. The errors are not reflected in my review rating.

I believe I got the most value out of the chapters that covered Teilhard, and have already added some of his work to my study list. If you are trying to decide whether to read this book, just go for it, start reading and find out whether you will like it. Please don't base your reading experience on my review. Think for yourself!
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