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This review is from: Wild Things They Don't Tell Us (Paperback)
I wasn't prepared for how much material was covered in this book. It was a pleasant suprise as I do not generally like 'light reading'. Having said that, this book was on my 'to read' list for a long time, and prefably on summer holiday when I wasn't teaching. This was the summer. Just finished the last page one second ago. If you get to this book, and I recommend that you do, be prepared to get angry, very angry. Then when you get past that and continue reading, you will find that there is one thing that we will always have, and that is....Hope!
The anger I mention is because documented here, is proof that many times before now and even now, people are ever discovering things like, free energy;anti gravity; a process that was once defined as alchemy to transform precious metals in to elixirs using a method that...can...cure....cancer, AND arrest the growth of HIV in infected people??
Read the book! It is all here, some of this stuff is over my head because I am not too well read on chemestry and its heirs, but many who are will understand the research here, suppressed in many 'maiinstram' medical and scientific journals, and thus perhaps being revealed for the 1st time in Reg's book!
There is more here than some dodgy folks with nothing better to do than go searching the British countryside for the latest crop circle. There is a very detailed and logical approach to how Reg came to be interested in this phenomena, and the reports of very credible people from all over the world cannot simply be dismissed as fanciful imaginings.
The "Wild Thing" that will be beyond the belief of anyone interested in the whole truth, is that this book has not been more widly distributed. As part owner in several 'New Age" and Metaphysical shops in the Pacific NW, I for one would have had this book in stock, and prominantly displayed.
Reg Presley had no 'ulterior motive' to write this book, in any attempt to cash in on his fame with the Legendary Troggs. The catchy title taken from their 1st hit, may have been intentional to show who was the author, but once it is seen how much care, depth, and research has been done in the production, it is far from a lighthearted matter.
I hope that many more people will open their eyes and minds and have the emotional strength to 'think outside the box'. We need ...us....
To quote Reg in the ending of this :
"We cannot carry on in the barbaric ways we have been. It has to end before Mother Nature plays her hand, to save herself from the destruction that we have created. Mother Earth will always be here, humans are transient. She can always find a way that does not include us. If you don't believe this, just ask a dinosaur.
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That about says it all for me.