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  • Paperback: 340 pages
  • Publisher: Feral House (October 30, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1936239442
  • ISBN-13: 978-1936239443
  • Product Dimensions: 8.9 x 6 x 0.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #155,913 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"If you think those texts just fanciful concoctions of the long dead, then the book serves as documentation of the ancient roots of man’s desire for complete techno-control of the stuff of life. There’s nothing surprising or spooky about that; the technological manipulation of nature—human and otherwise—is quintessentially human." — Brian Doherty, Reason Magazine

About the Author

Scott D de Hart: Has been teaching for approximately 20 years. Holds a Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy) from Wycliffe Hall, the University of Oxford (England). Is a published author (books, journals, and newspapers) and recently co-authored several books with Dr. Joseph P. Farrell.


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I could not finish the book about 1/3 through it I started to flip through the pages losing interest.
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In response to another earlier poster who states small publishers don't have editors and proof readers like large 'corporate publishers', that's BS.
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I found myself up way past my bedtime, compelled to keep reading, for this book unleashes a series of revelations.
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Kelly Mackin on November 12, 2012
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I have had the pleasure of reading nearly all of Dr. Farrell's books. Time and again, I have been encouraged, and in fact sometimes forced, to develop the skills to peer behind the words to experience the thoughts that he intended to impart. Each time, I have been rewarded with new insights into the nature of the world and life itself. It would be difficult to describe how differently I parse information in everyday life due to the impact of his work.

I have also read his works with co-author Dr. Scott deHart, Grid of the Gods and Yahweh: The Two-Faced God.

This book is perhaps the most challenging read. If you need to have perfect copy in order to maintain your concentration then this might not be the best book for you. But if you care to peer behind the words and want to attempt to climb past the Tower of Babel moment and glimpse the unified hyper analogical physics/philosophy/cosmology/biology/chemistry/artistic/spirituality alcience, then this book provides absolutely essential thoughts to enable you grasp the larger picture. A musician once said, "The notes on the page mean nothing. It's the music behind the notes that matters."

Difficult it is to overstate how important the alchemical agenda is. Literally, the fate of human life depends upon the masses of general readers understanding what might really be going on with all these agendas and their puppet masters.

The book lays out the SUPER IMPORTANT alchemical principles and their core components, including their relationship to man. The trans-humanist impulse, the desire to transform oneself, is found in every corner of the human enterprise.
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34 of 39 people found the following review helpful By monyouk on December 14, 2012
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as well as some of its implications for a hidden agenda - spanning many a millenium as perceived by the authors - to reascend the psycho-mystical ladder to a supposed primordial unity/oneness, which "is ultimately envisioned as the transformation of the entire cosmos into the model of human consciousness, via implants and networked computer connections between humans, and the extension of human technology throughout the universe" (p. 154) - along the Hermetic analogy of 'man as microcosmos, universe as makanthropos.'

Part I (pp. 3-85) begins with an overview of what Farrell and de Hart call the "Tower of Babel Moment and the Fall of Man," augmented by the 'Topological Metaphor' as a physics construct, drawing on common motifs in ancient mythologies from the OT, Mesopotamia, the Mayan Popol Vuh, Plato's "Banquet/Symposium," and Vedic texts of India. Then we are introduced to usurpation of this Prisca Theologia, caused by the "Inversion of the Topological Metaphor to a Technique of Social Engineering and Construction Via Conflict" (p. 70) the 'Three Great Yahwisms' are rightly held responsible for.

Part II (pp. 87-155) deals mainly with the alchemical inspiration for the work of Newton and others, the ramifications and examples of genetic engineering (creation of sexless homunculus; chimeras: pigs running on human blood, 'manimice,' etc.), and GMO crops (here the authors heavily rely on the astute William F. Engdahl's relevant title Seeds of Destruction: The Hidden Agenda of Genetic Manipulation 2007).

What little original research is presented can be found in part III (pp.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Robert Steven Thomas TOP 500 REVIEWER on September 6, 2013
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Before you Farrell fans click "NO" (this review was not helpful) please, at the very least, consider why I only rated this book 2 stars: First, I concede the following ... Farrell clearly is a brilliant thinker; While his conclusions are highly controversial, I don't have any problem with that at all - the mainstream view of human history is deeply flawed, misinterpreted and requires substantial revision; Many of Farrell's conclusions can help rewrite history in a more accurate way.

Here is the problem ... Farrell's writing style, organization of material and presentation of concepts in this book is awkwardly done and unnecessarily "way over the top" for the average reader. Being a published author and having studied hundreds of books on these same esoteric subjects, I can speak with a fair degree of authority. The modern English language is very broad, succinct and there is no reason why someone like Farrell needs to "invent" obscure new words, phrases and terms to get elementary points across. Three-quarters of this book is veritably unfathomable on first read because of the linguistic jujitsu that is employed throughout. That was one of the most repugnant elements in the writings of the Scientology charlatan, L. Ron Hubbard. If anyone thinks I am exaggerating, simply go to the "look inside" feature on Amazon for this book and read page one of the first chapter. (I rest my case!) If the author's intention as a theologian is to influence the thinking of his peers (academics, PhD's, etc;) because of their closed mindset and bias, his work will fall on deaf ears.
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