“Let us remember: One book, one pen, one child, and one teacher can change the world.” ~Malala Yousafzai

These are the books that repeatedly come up as recommendations in conversations with our subscribers as they ask for good sources on important topics.






  • Under an Ionized Sky: From Chemtrails to Space Fence Lockdown by Elana Freeland, foreword by Clifford Carnicom: Freeland documents who controls the most powerful secret technology and is using it to reengineer everything – from war to our DNA. This is an essential read for understanding the real governance structure, where our tax dollars are really going and why climate change is a cover story for something much more disturbing.
  • People of the Lie by Scott Peck: Peck’s classic provides powerful insight on identifying, understanding, and managing people who do evil.
  • The Secret of Secret Societies: Liberation of the Planet in the 21st Century by Jon Rappoport: Rappoport takes you into the inner sanctum of power and how reality is created.
  • Secret, Don’t Tell by Carla Emory: Mind control has been going on for centuries. Emory starts in the 1400s and brings you down through history. This is one of the best books for understanding the core technology at the heart of rigging the global financial markets and just about everything else.
  • Microcosm and Medium: The Cosmic Implications and Agenda of Mind Control Technologies by Dr. Joseph P. Farrell: In a departure from most books on mind control, which focus on techniques and technologies, Dr. Farrell argues that mind control of any sort has cosmological implications.
  • The Franklin Cover Up: Child Abuse, Satanism and Murder in Nebraska by John DeCamp: To understand how a “control file” system is used to govern America, it is essential to understand pedophilia. One of the best documented cases is the Franklin scandal. Several people gave their lives so that this story could be told. Unfortunately, the slave trade continues in America on a covert basis.
  • Political Ponerology by Andrzej M. Lobaczewski: Political Ponerology is “a science on the nature of evil adjusted for political purposes.” The author describes himself as a Polish psychologist who—with many other colleagues—found meaning living through Nazism and then Communism by studying how evil happens and triumphs in a wider political and economic system.
  • The Secret Team: The CIA and Its Allies in Control of the United States and the World by L. Fletcher Prouty: A look into the CIA and its historical influence in politics domestically and abroad.
  • 9/11 & the New World Order by Mujahid Kamran: Kamran dives into the history and culture that would allow an event like 9/11 to happen.


  • The Field: The Quest for the Secret Force of the Universe by Lynne McTaggart: McTaggart explores the work of physicists, biochemists, and other scientists searching for evidence in their respective fields that there is a force, that she calls the Field, which connects all beings and matter at a fundamental level. And our involvement with and connection to this Field can explain many things that, heretofore, have either been unexplainable or considered not possible, including things of a psychic nature.
  • Emily Post’s Etiquette, 19th Edition: Manners for Today by Lizzie Post and Daniel Post Senning: The deterioration of civil discourse is profound—many of us have lost our appreciation of the good things we attract when we treat other people humanely. Emily Post said that “Etiquette requires the presumption of good until the contrary is proved.” That is good advice—and there is lots more in this updated edition from the Emily Post Institute.


  • Dillon, Read & Co. Inc. & the Aristocracy of Stock Profits by Catherine Austin Fitts: If we are going to make America great again, we need to understand what has been destroying it. This is Catherine’s case study of how the U.S. prison-industrial complex made Washington and Wall Street rich while bankrupting American communities and taxpayers.


  • UFOs for the 21st Century Mind by Richard Dolan: Who’s really in charge? Dolan is one of the best minds on the planet to help you sort out the unanswered questions of outer space and its connections with covert finance and operations.
  • The Ringmakers of Saturn by Norman R. Bergrun: Dr. Bergrun reveals that NASA’s Voyager I (1980) and II space probes took photographs of an estimated 7000-mile-long elliptical (cigar-shaped) craft docked in the rings of Saturn.






Plague: One Scientist’s Intrepid Search for the Truth about Human Retroviruses and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS), Autism, and Other Diseases by Kent Heckenlively and Judy Mikovits, PhD: Plague tells the shocking story of a career government scientist who got dragged off in shackles and imprisoned after she tried to publish her discovery of a retrovirus linked to illnesses such as chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and autism—and posited retroviral contamination of vaccines and other profitable biological products.

Ship of Fools: How a Selfish Ruling Class Is Bringing America to the Brink of Revolution by Tucker Carlson: Although Carlson underestimates the intelligence of the people at the very top, he provides an informative and entertaining reminder that the culture wars have gotten too serious to ignore.

AI Superpowers: China, Silicon Valley & the New World Order by Kai-Fu Lee: Comparing China and the U.S., this thoughtful book looks at the application of deep learning AI in business, enterprise, and the economy, emphasizing how quickly implementation of AI technology is moving.

Microcosm and Medium: The Cosmic Implications and Agenda of Mind Control Technologies by Dr. Joseph P. Farrell: In a departure from most books on mind control, which focus on techniques and technologies, Dr. Farrell argues that mind control of any sort has cosmological implications.

The Secret Knowledge: On the Dismantling of American Culture by David Mamet: Successful playwright and author David Mamet offers a brilliant and often funny defense of Western culture and values—although he does not appear to understand the role that government subsidy and corruption play in shaping our economic and financial picture.

China Rx by Rosemary Gibson and Janardan Prasad Singh: This book describes the sobering extent to which American pharmaceuticals have become completely dependent on Chinese ingredients—with disturbing implications for quality control and safety.

Bad Blood by John Carreyrou: A breathtaking journalistic accomplishment, Bad Blood traces the rise and fall of Theranos and its founder Elizabeth Holmes. However, it leaves unanswered the deeper question of who really wanted access to the blood records of millions of Americans.

The Papacy by Abbé Guettée: The Papacy helps explain how the Church of Rome’s corrupt impulse for power and centralization divided Christianity in two, with profound implications that continue to this day.

Under an Ionized Sky by Elana Freeland: Powerful secret technology is being used to reengineer everything—from war to our DNA. This is an essential read to understand the real governance structure, where our tax dollars are really going, and why climate change is a cover story.

The Complete Guide to Fasting by Jimmy Moore and Dr. Jason Fung: This surprisingly hard-to-put-down book offers hard science combined with practical, well-presented advice.

The Essential Saker II: Civilizational Choices and Geopolitics: The Russian Challenge to the Hegemony of the AngloZionist Empire by The Saker: This new selection of The Saker’s writings is an outstanding way of understanding the transformation to a multipolar world.


The Crypto-Terrestrials by Mac Tonnies: Tonnies’ cryptoterrestrial hypothesis proposes that extraterrestrial beings are actually mysterious and secretive races of earthly origin. These races have existed upon Earth for at least as long as humanity, and present themselves as extraterrestrials or occult beings.

Glow Kids by Nicholas Kardaras: Glow Kids analyzes video game and technology addiction and its potential psychological impact.

Weapons of Math Destruction by Cathy O’Neil: O’Neil examines the impact of artificial intelligence on decision-making.

Follow the Money: A Citizen’s Guide to Local Government by Lyndee Kemmet: This is an introduction on how to understand your local municipal budget process as well as how to get involved.

Hess and the Penguins by Dr. Joseph P. Farrell: Dr. Farrell looks at the story of Rudolf Hess and its inconsistencies.

Adults in the Room by Yanis Varoufakis: Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis documents his efforts and struggles in seeking a win-win scenario in the EU’s Greek austerity measures.

The Attention Merchants: The Epic Scramble to Get Inside Our Heads by Tim Wu: An analysis of the history of media and news and techniques used to capture people’s attention.

Bailout by Neil Barofsky: This is a look into the bank bailouts by the Special Inspector General for TARP.

The Fourth Turning: An American Prophesy, What the Cycles of History Tell Us About America’s Next Rendezvous with Destiny by William Strauss and Neil Howe: Strauss and Howe look at generational cycles that span 80-100 year periods. These cycles tend to follow predictable patterns that could potentially be applied to future generations.

The Field: The Quest for the Secret Force of the Universe by Lynne McTaggart: McTaggart explores the work of various physicists, biochemists, and other scientists who have stumbled across or purposefully searched for evidence in their respective fields that there is a force, that she calls the Field, which connects all beings and matter at a fundamental level.

Irresistible: The Rise of Addictive Technology and the Business of Keeping Us Hooked by Adam Alter: Alter is an associate professor at New York University. Irresistible is a light review of what Alter calls “behavioral addiction.”

Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign by Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes: Throughout the U.S. presidential campaign of 2016, reporters Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes spoke with numerous members of the Clinton campaign on the understanding that the conversations were off-the-record until after the campaign. Now, they have published a tell-all tale.

Titanic: A Perfect Crime by Patrea Patrick: This is a novel that describes one of the theories of how the Titanic sank.

Gotcha Capitalism by Bob Sullivan: Gotcha Capitalism, according to the book’s author, Bob Sullivan, represents the latest evolution in capitalist business tactics designed to extract the most profits possible in the form of “sneaky fees.”

The Reporter Who Knew Too Much by Mark Shaw: Earlier this year, the New York Post reported that the Manhattan District Attorney’s office had opened an investigation into the death of Dorothy Kilgallen, who died 51 years ago while investigating the death of President John F. Kennedy.

Dark Money by Jane Mayer: In U.S. politics, “dark money” is money given to social welfare and trade association not-for-profit groups and funneled to think tanks with a goal of influencing elections and government policies. Spending by organizations that do not disclose their donors has increased significantly and is having a powerful impact on American politics.

Tracking Mr. Global by Thomas Hupp: Hupp writes about the topics and sources that would best inform the seeker of truth about governance.

Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products by Nir Eyal: This book examines the attributes of modern technological products and services that make them so compelling that users form a habitual relationship with them and use them over and over.

Esoteric Hollywood: Sex, Cults and Symbols in Film by Jay Dyer: Dyer has published a significant new review of the relationship between Hollywood, geopolitics, the CIA, and the covert world told through the prism of twenty movie reviews that take you deeper than most readers are used to going.

Technocracy Rising—The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation by Patrick Wood: Wood documents the Orwellian combination of invasive digital technology and covert operations and finance to build a new form of centralized governance to succeed where communism failed.