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Anyone want to share ebooks?

My amazon cart has $16,000 of books in it lol. I'm always looking for rare esoteric books and such.

Maybe we can help each other find the reading we want.

To start with, I'm looking for anything and everything from John Michell and Arthur M. Young -
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Michel...bliography
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_M._Y...shed_works

(02-14-2013 01:51 PM)Yatsuzaki Wrote: [ -> ]Anyone want to share ebooks?

My amazon cart has $16,000 of books in it lol. I'm always looking for rare esoteric books and such.

Maybe we can help each other find the reading we want.

To start with, I'm looking for anything and everything from John Michell and Arthur M. Young -
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Michel...bliography
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_M._Y...shed_works

I'll start,

here's Them: Adventures with Extremists by Jon Ronson

he went with alex jones to sneak into bohemian grove, and along the way he is shocked to find a lot of the conspiracies are true. it's a real fun read, an adventure chased and menaced by bilderberg spies and stuff like that.


blurb:
A wide variety of extremist groups -- Islamic fundamentalists, neo-Nazis -- share the oddly similar belief that a tiny shadowy elite rule the world from a secret room. In Them, journalist Jon Ronson has joined the extremists to track down the fabled secret room.

As a journalist and a Jew, Ronson was often considered one of "Them" but he had no idea if their meetings actually took place. Was he just not invited? Them takes us across three continents and into the secret room. Along the way he meets Omar Bakri Mohammed, considered one of the most dangerous men in Great Britain, PR-savvy Ku Klux Klan Grand Wizard Thom Robb, and the survivors of Ruby Ridge. He is chased by men in dark glasses and unmasked as a Jew in the middle of a Jihad training camp. In the forests of northern California he even witnesses CEOs and leading politicians -- like Dick Cheney and George Bush -- undertake a bizarre owl ritual.

Ronson's investigations, by turns creepy and comical, reveal some alarming things about the looking-glass world of "us" and "them." Them is a deep and fascinating look at the lives and minds of extremists. Are the extremists onto something? Or is Jon Ronson becoming one of them?

ebook in ebup, mobi, pdf formats: http://www27.zippyshare.com/v/29504139/file.html
I'm very suspicious of Ronson, but he does pump out some interesting material.

I just don't see how he can attend Bohemian Grove, and be chased by Bilderberger thugs, and study the Military remote viewing program, and conclude that there is nothing to see here, move along.

But I digress - I'm at work, and i'm going out for dinner tonight (Valentines day here), but when I get home, i'll have a look what i've got that might interest you.
^
i agree with you 100% about his conclusions. but the book is damn fun regardless.
(02-14-2013 03:57 PM)Redneck Wrote: [ -> ]I'm very suspicious of Ronson, but he does pump out some interesting material.

I just don't see how he can attend Bohemian Grove, and be chased by Bilderberger thugs, and study the Military remote viewing program, and conclude that there is nothing to see here, move along.

But I digress - I'm at work, and i'm going out for dinner tonight (Valentines day here), but when I get home, i'll have a look what i've got that might interest you.

excellent point redneck.

at this point a lot of people admit them.. but are like "hey it's no big deal"

I think any democracy that has public servants sworn to secret oaths or part of secret groupings is problematic.

also a lot of these things violate the LOGAN ACT.
thanks for the book... it's interesting to see what an outsider has to say about this stuff.
Looking for this book

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(02-15-2013 09:45 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: [ -> ]Looking for this book

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Here it is

http://bookos.org/book/1083723
WOW THANKS YATSU!

you're very resourceful
this thread: http://www.evilyoshida.com/showthread.php?tid=243
about the CIA connection to cocaine led me to post this book.

Gary Webb (August 31, 1955 – December 10, 2004) was a Pulitzer prize-winning American investigative journalist. Webb was best known for his 1996 "Dark Alliance" series of articles written for the San Jose Mercury News and later published as a book. In the three-part series, Webb investigated Nicaraguans linked to the CIA-backed Contras who had allegedly smuggled cocaine into the U.S. Their smuggled cocaine was distributed as crack cocaine in Los Angeles, with the profits funneled back to the Contras. Webb also alleged that this influx of Nicaraguan-supplied cocaine sparked, and significantly fueled, the widespread crack cocaine epidemic that swept through many U.S. cities during the 1980s. According to Webb, the CIA was aware of the cocaine transactions and the large shipments of drugs into the U.S. by Contra personnel. Webb charged that the Reagan administration shielded inner-city drug dealers from prosecution in order to raise money for the Contras, especially after Congress passed the Boland Amendment, which prohibited direct Contra funding.

So here's Gary Webb's "Dark Alliance: The CIA, the Contras, and the Crack Cocaine Explosion," complete with extensive source citations.

http://www.mediafire.com/?rsii0k9tuwra7rv
^ gracias
I'm dying for an OverDrive account, as there's about 10 ebooks i'm looking for that are on that system (US public libraries let you "rent" ebooks that you can keep).
Anyone have a US library account?
I will gladly take anything by Colin Wilson, fiction or non fiction, in return I give you thoughts of joy, happiness, enlightement.
(02-18-2013 11:49 AM)superCalo Wrote: [ -> ]I will gladly take anything by Colin Wilson, fiction or non fiction, in return I give you thoughts of joy, happiness, enlightement.

interesting request, as I literally just got done collecting his stuff to read later (his name popped up in a book I read that went a bit into existentialism, but now I don't remember which book that was...)

in any case, i got about half his stuff from here:

http://bookos.org/s/?q=colin+wilson&t=0
how many books do you read a week yatsu?
5-8 books a week if i'm lucky with time and they're regular-sized monsters.

today i'm reading "People Who Eat Darkness" (An incisive and compelling account of the case of Lucie Blackman -- tall, blonde, and 21 years old -- stepped out into the vastness of Tokyo in the summer of 2000, and disappeared forever. The following winter, her dismembered remains were found buried in a seaside cave.)

while this week, fiction-wise i'm trying to get through neal stephenson's cryptonomicon (1168 pages),

all the while reading a bunch of various books as research for a book i'm writing.
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