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Summary

There's nothing more interesting than the predictions of how the world will someday end. Many people have contributed various theories as to how this will come about, but none of them are pointing out the obvious: Google is going to be leading the charge toward our demise.

In The Transhuman and Occult Apocalypse: How Google Will Solve the Problem of Humanity, author, podcast host, website publisher, and conspiracy theorist Isaac Weishaupt provides unique foresight into what he sees as what could be the tragic error in integrating too much technology into our daily lives. Something as seemingly innocuous as using a smartphone or search engine could have dastardly consequences as shadowy organizations collect personal data for purposes unknown to us. Isaac provides his theories on what precisely these NSA and other data-mining programs could be used for: the digital hell prepared for us by the occult.

Learn about pop culture symbolism of this bizarre topic through Katy Perry's PRISM links and Lil Wayne's admission to being an alien.

Find out why Lady Gaga, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, and Google's Sergey Brin were all groomed in the same environment.

Discover the Google X secret society and mark of the beast symbolism that further justifies this peculiar theory.

See how Ray Kurzweil will be the critical mastermind in building this immortal realm for the Illuminati and how they will fulfill their occult goals right under the noses of the apathetic and unsuspecting public.

The Tower of Babel is being built right before our eyes, only most of the public is asleep in the wheelhouse and doesn't see it. Listen to this mini book, and become aware of the battle for billions of souls worldwide.

©2016 Isaac Weishaupt (P)2016 Isaac Weishaupt

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  • 20-08-16

Don't Waste Your Money

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

I cant call this a book, it was too short and is no more than a audible blog post. One hour does not constitute a book and I feel totally ripped off. There was nothing in this book you could not have found for free on the internet. Too many opinions and very little research.

Has The Transhuman and Occult Apocalypse: How Google Will "Solve the Problem" of Humanity turned you off from other books in this genre?

No, just his books.

What aspect of Isaac Weishaupt’s performance would you have changed?

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What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Anger over lack of content and length

Any additional comments?

I want my money/Audible credit back!

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  • 15-01-17

I just paid to listen to an advertisement for the authors other books.

While it did contain some interesting information, it was nothing that I have not read about before. It became obvious to me early on, that this was nothing more than an advertising pamphlet, it was designed to direct me to purchase the authors other books. I'm a little irritated that I have to pay for that.

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  • Tommie King III
  • 16-06-18

Very Insightful in this day in age

Detailed information to get anyone thinking of our times we're surrounded in.

Appreciate the great work

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  • James Hall
  • 08-01-18

Don't waste your time

If you come in to this guy's books with basically any previous knowledge of the topics that fall under the umbrella term "conspiracy theories", you will find nothing new here. His books are more like articles that should have a thread on 4chan or something... Extremely short, lacking in both breadth and depth. All of his works to date should really be combined into a single volume - this would represent the appropriate content size of a typical book. And he spends a good amount of time rehashing and explaining David Icke's work (which, unrelated to this review, is brilliant) as if he assumes his audience too stupid to understand it's meaning on their own -- if i want to know what David Icke has to say, I'm quite capable of reading David Icke's books or watching his lectures! I don't need to spend my precious few federal reserve sham notes on a reader's digest version.

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  • JREDENTE9
  • 30-10-17

Made me open my eyes

This is the Third book of Isaac’s I have read/ listened to. I discovered Issac by searching through Podcasts looking for something on the Subject. I have increasingly noticed that there was a lot more at work in the Entertainment, sports, and Political, spectrums. This peaked my curiosity immensely. So upon finding and listening to many of Issac’s podcasts including the interview with Mark Devlin, I became a Student of his ideas, believer in something more going on , and most of all a fan of his work. I respect his passion, dedication, and his sincerity of his work. I can say that as a 38 year old married man that works as an Electrician, who is a devout Catholic, very involved in the Political process, I feel that I relate to Isaac and feel he is speaking for a large group of us out there that have these thoughts but maybe are not as open because of society or because of our beliefs we have been taught since birth. In closing I am a fan of both the Raw , gritty, writing style and his no bullshit approach to the Subject matter. I will be purchasing another one of his books right after this and mostly enjoy his narration of his books. Thank you Issac. A fan, a believer in your work, and a friend of your message who plans to spread it. Sincerely Joe Redente Jr. joeredentejr9@gmail.com