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Classified space programs have been an integral part of a complex jigsaw puzzle concerning UFOs, extraterrestrial life, ancient civilizations and advanced aerospace technologies, which have long defied any coherent understanding. Now finally, we have something to put all the pieces together with the disclosures of secret space program whistleblower, Corey Goode. A detailed investigation of Goode’s and other insider testimonies reveals the big picture of a parallel world of secret space programs and extraterrestrial alliances. 

Learn from this audiobook: how the Vril/Nazi flying saucer programs in the 1930s gave birth to the ‘Dark Fleet’; how Operation Paperclip scientists both helped and hindered the development of the US Navy’s ‘Solar Warden’; how the MJ-12 Group was behind the creation of the ‘Interplanetary Corporate Conglomerate’; and how Ronald Reagan was instrumental in the creation of the ‘Global Galactic League of Nations’ space program. Finally, learn how the Sphere Being Alliance and other extraterrestrials interact with these programs. The full disclosure of secret space programs and extraterrestrial alliances will unshackle the chains of deception holding humanity back from reaching its highest potential as galactic citizens. Audiobook includes updated material (preface and afterword).

©2015 Michael Salla (P)2018 Michael Salla

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ok, heavy going in places with an interesting end

The book starts with all the technical data so gets you thinking, covers Nazi's bases and support that they had, if they had such ET support then why did they lose? this was the 1st point that the book lost me, however there are some fascinating points in the book that make you think, the 2nd place this book lost me was about time travelling.. and the participants having their minds wiped at the end of their service.. and being told not to take jobs in the military incase that uncovers anything.. either the mind wipe works or it doesn't. the book covers two such people.

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Amazing new potential for humanity

Loved it, thankyou so Much. It was full of interesting moments and full of detail, and important information regarding history and the advanced technologies that have been suppressed.

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Started well

It started well , but then it started using Corey Goode's and others fantasy stories.

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A potboiler

This is such a farcical story that it results in one dismissing the the whole question of Extraterrestrial contact.
It could have been written for the Industrial Defense Conglomerates to throw the public off the scent.
We want answers to the existence of pre Neolithic Megaliths and how mankind makes dramatic cognitive advances.
In this book you get Darth Vader and hordes of SS storm troopers still living in Antarctic underground bases.

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Rubbish

Utter tripe, unsubstantiated nonsense. The storyline rambles so fast over such varied and unrelated topics that it’s impossible to make any sense of - because it’s complete nonsense.

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If it’s real, time will tell

Really enjoyed the book, lots of facts provided to back up the points made
Although the word “quote” was seriously overused!
Would definitely recommend

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Could be good....

Could be good, if you fancy learning a bit about aberrant psychology over 13+ hours.
You may also like this book if you have ever been snatched off the street by a stormtrooper insisting that you believe Hitler was a Womble.
It's my belief now, that my uncle may have been an alien from parc-hsot, and worn a hi-tech wig.

Never again..............

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be open minded.

compelling and insightful. definitely worth the listen. thanks to the author for the hard work he put in to put this together. I think this book should be read by everyone. take from it what you will, there is a lot of hard to believe information in this book and should be read with an open mind. however, as much as I want to believe every word in this book, it is still always good practice to stay skeptical about these subjects. But I do believe very much of what is in this book to be true.

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Absolutely nonsense dont read this book

its simply fantasy and beyond belief the narrative is irritating too boring read not recommended

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fascinating!!

perfectly accurate to the information Ive been exposed to via Corey Goode.
highly recommended to any ufo researcher.

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  • Prestige Worldwide LLC
  • 16-04-19

Another good book

Great narrator. Great content. Tons of quotational references from credible sources. Explanation of circumstances which helps context of information. More mounting evidence of a reality more complicated than everyone's official story.

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  • DAN and CAROL
  • 30-01-19

A must read!

Great book. A must read for those who want to know the truth about our world.

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  • Devon SeaMoor
  • 21-06-19

Closure of the old book, disclosure of the new.

Dr. Salla is well informed and thorough in his investigations, as I perceive his work. With these 2 Volumes, he has given those of us who study the tick of life on planet Earth and elsewhere in our Universe, an excellent overview of planet Earth's interest in ET space travel, from before WW2 until now, with reports of Corey Goode and others who've had similar experiences, while traveling inter-dimensionally. We're very close to information that is hidden from the largest part of humanity, I believe.
As I perceive it, this will happen externally as well as internally, due to an awakening that is merged with official disclosure. The CIA has published documents about mind control and the study of UFO phenomena, in the last decennium. Here's one of these documents, revealing the escape of Hitler (and a few of his Nazi team) to South America. This document is dated 1955: https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/docs/HITLER%2C%20ADOLF_0003.pdf

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  • Greg ward
  • 18-06-19

This opened my eyes.

It really pisses me off that the government thinks the general public is stupid. This book just confirms what most Americans already believe.

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  • vinnyv
  • 05-04-19

Excellent research

I have to admit it was a tough listen at first due to the amount of detail that was laid in the early foundational chapters, but wow did it take off. Great listen and awesome narration. Now on to book 2.

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  • Met Fan
  • 30-01-19

Meticulously Researched

I was extremely impressed with the amount of documented research that went into this book.

In addition the narration is superb!

Highly recommended!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 17-06-19

An adventure from the real but hidden world

SSP encyclopedia
Great walkthrough of the SSP history.
Documented by real sources.
Great work Mr Michael Salla

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  • Lydia
  • 07-04-19

outrageous claims

I never cared to hear about or investigate any outrageous or extraordinary claims until I was 29. I'm glad I got over it! I dont care how crazy something may seem as long as you have a researcher's mind and evidence to support, I'm all in. This book was a really good example of a researcher's mind. There isn't too much evidence to support their claims. But with enough digging you can find a ton of evidence that lends credence to their story. when all the information that you can find is laid out, usually, the overlapping in multiple stories from unconnected people is going to speak some truth. Its long and homeboy sounds like Mr. Moviefone and says, "quote/end quote" probably 100 times but it's a good one!

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  • Roland Vellanoweth
  • 09-03-19

A waste of time

The author begins spinning a tale told by an insider or so he claims. He starts off by saying there is no documentation or no proof of what his insider claims. All of the information has been available on the Internet for the last 20 to 25 years. As a serious researcher in this field for the past 35 years I have run into this information and I can classify it as mythology and not worth the time to investigate further as the sources are mostly fictional. This book falls into the category of mythology. Though it is well written I do believe the author has placed his trust in a story which did not bring anything new to the field and is most likely a fantasy. This is one of those audible books where I wish I could get my money back. One final note.. There are some very bad researchers out there who simply make money selling mythologies in book form among the most successful of these mythology pushers is Linda Moulton Howe. There are great researchers who base their hypotheses on fact however she is not one of them she tends to believe any fantasy told to her without any further follow up and saw a book which leans heavily on her work can only be attributed to fantasy and not verifiable.

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  • Justin
  • 01-06-20

A Corey Goode Propaganda Piece

In my opinion, this is a pathetic book because it doesn't point to a single tangible piece of evidence to the Secret Space Program. If this was written as fiction, it'd be given a 5 star rating.

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