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Babylon's Banksters: The Alchemy of Deep Physics, High Finance and Ancient Religion

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 26, 2010

    Scholarly and Readable

    Finally a book that blows open the entire question of how high finances, physics, ancient civilization, and why the bottom has fallen out of international markets (and for what purpose). The author is a bona fide scholar holding a D.Phil. from the University of Oxford. He is thorough in his research, documentation, speculations (fact driven), and predictions. Highly recommended for those who have long questioned WHY banks and governments and private individuals have controlled world events. A MUST READ!

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  • Posted January 3, 2011

    Thorough and Revealing

    This was one of the hardest books to read simply because of the inherent complexity of the connections that Farrell presents. So, the book is not an easy read, but the conclusions and implications are outlined so thoroughly that they are hard to miss if you just persevere through the material. Again, this is not a casual read, but it is absolutely enlightening in its content. Farrell builds a very scholarly and cogent case for his claims. Even the speculative portions of the book are acknowledged by the author--making the reader feel even more comfortable with the credibility of the insights and observations. The sourcing and references are heavily used to support claims as well.

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