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on July 14, 2013
You know how the third in a movie trilogy is usually the worst one? Well, not so with this trilogy. It is truly Peter Levenda's magnum opus. It is the biggest book in the series and a must-read - if you enjoyed the first one you will love this. It is extensively researched and referenced. He ties together quantum physics, psychology, the occult, and synchronicity in an attempt to explain the strange workings of the mind and how it expresses in the real world of politics. It gives a refreshing view of history, too, perhaps the real history, the one they don't talk about.
The only downfall is the repetition in parts, but mostly that is to recap what has been said, because there is so much information and so many names and linkages, it is perhaps necessary and inevitable to keep track of in a work this big. To do this work justice, it certainly pays to read to the end of this trilogy. The journey is well worth it.
There were some bits I had to fast forward through because of the gruesome content. Nothing is held back - if you want to reach some consensus of truth, to know all the facts and consider all the possibilities in order to make up your own mind there is enough here to allow for that.