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Summary

Since time immemorial, there has been a very powerful and sinister force that has been paralyzing the human race. Their means of control surround us in our daily lives. The agenda is one that thrives on the suffering and slow destruction of all things humanity considers sacred, and the number-one target for them is the human race.

"A World Ruled by Evil": Through clever manipulation, marketing, propaganda and force, a few elite men control our world and our very lives. Welcome to a secret society so powerful and evil they have secretly ruled for centuries and can be traced throughout history via their own bloodline.

"Alien Reptilian Legacy": There has been an underlying darkness controlling humanity since time began due to nefarious shadow beings known as the Reptilians. In this unprecedented expose on these inter-dimensional beings, hear riveting testimony from alien abductees and experiencers that point to a sinister agenda behind the alien presence on Earth.

©2017 UMN, LLC (P)2017 UMN, LLC

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love the stories and info

love the stories and info. But oh my goodness please what is with the horrific music. So annoying and distracting.

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Very childish

I got bored within 15 minutes


Very painful to listen to
Very weird music
All in all very bizarre

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  • RONIN1970
  • 05-05-20

Interesting

Keeps you interested in the story, from beginning to end. If you think outside of the box, this one's for you!

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  • Tony
  • 11-12-18

Same narrative

It has the same narrative as the Reptilian Legacy ,I was listening to the same thing all over again .

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  • Derek Byrne
  • 19-01-21

Background music

I like the voice of the narrater of this book but at times it’s so hard to hear what he’s saying due to the volume of the background music. I know background noise/music is an important part of the narration of a book but this one is really loud. I listen to my books on a iPhone X so I’m not sure if other people will have the same problems taking into account how they listen to their books. As to the contents of the book and the year 2021 it doesn’t sound that fictional anymore.

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  • MF
  • 11-07-20

Low production value

Good information, low production value. The part that I find most distracting is the lack of a single, coherent narrative. There are a lot of ideas, some seemingly contradictory. Some of the statement are profound, yet dwindle off to seemingly dead ends. Some of the audio content can be found in the public domain, such as David Ickes interview. Overall, a low production value audio book that attempts to outline, with some questionable evidence, the alien intervention theory in regards to the world order(s).