VOICE OF GOD [NOOK Book]

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VOICE OF GOD

Overview

Cell phones are being used to beam repeated subliminal messages into your brain making you believe you are hearing the VOICE OF GOD. Instead of creating one Manchurian Candidate you can create a whole population of...
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VOICE OF GOD

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Overview

VOICE OF GOD

Overview

Cell phones are being used to beam repeated subliminal messages into your brain making you believe you are hearing the VOICE OF GOD. Instead of creating one Manchurian Candidate you can create a whole population of them by infecting their cell phones with malware.

By using different frequencies that the cell phone can broadcast on microwaves can create wide mood swings in a person.

What is being done to people all over the world who use cell phones will bring an end to Democracy and an end to your control of your brain.

The book is full of true science.

Book Description

VOICE OF GOD is a fictional account about a Russian Reporter, Z, who begins investigating a horrific crime. This takes her to a story about the worst evil that has ever been visited upon the human race.

Z has been sent to Washington DC by her news agency in Moscow to occupy a modest office/apartment. In Moscow she was one of the agency’s top reporters. She quickly picks up on a story about a Pentagon Army Colonel who was murdered in a chilling manner. In a daily briefing by the White House Press Secretary she tries to get him to reply to her questions about this Washington News Story. He avoids her questions and quickly ends the conference leaving the room in a hurry. Other reporters compliment her on her tenacity. She gathers up her note book and cell phone, which has landed on the floor, and leaves to take a bus back to her apartment in Georgetown.

This begins a number of strange and dangerous events that befall her.

She has befriended a Washington DC Police Man, Paul, who is helping her gather facts on the death of this Army Colonel. He is attracted to her and because of this he is drawn into the intrigue.

After a number of strange and threatening events she decides she is not safe in Washington DC. She asked her editor if she could return to Moscow and he agrees. However on the way back he asks her to stop by London to write a story about phone hacking by a British newspaper. She agrees, but in London more threatening acts befall her. She cuts short her trip and gets back to Moscow early. She reports to her editor on the story she uncovered in Washington and how it was taking her in the direction of a wider story about cell phones.

He gives her a tip about a noted Russian Physicist who knows a lot about what can be done with microwaves and how this can apply to microwaves that cell phones emit. In a meeting with this Professor she questions him about the Pentagon’s VOICE OF GOD program where a voice is beamed into the head of unsuspecting people who believe they are hearing God‘s Voice.

She now becomes intrigued on how you can distinguish between the VOICE OF GOD and a evil voice that is broadcasted into your head to make you believe you are hearing the Voice of God. The Professor sends her on to a Theologian at Moscow State University to find the answer to that question.

All during this time in Moscow she misses Paul. He proposes to her by email and she accepts. This fills her heart with Joy and she agrees to come back to Washington to marry Paul.

This is not the end of the story but it is the end of my description.

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BOOK NOTES

At least once a week there is a story about how you are losing control of your cell phone.

February 28, 2012 CNN.com “How our mobiles became Frankenstein’s monster”

February 24, 2012 Reuters, “Android bug opens devices to outside control: experts”

December 2, 2011 Money.cnn “Carrier IQ: Your phones secret recording device”

November 2011 Scientific American “A Cybersecurity Nightmare” (This includes information about Malware being put in cell phones.)

November 2006 Scientific American MALWARE goes MOBIL. “Computer viruses are now airborne, infecting mobile phones in every part of the globe.”

The Pentagon’s VOICE OF GOD program has been reported in numerous magazines. One of the more notable is Scientific American October of 2006.

In fact the Pentagon used this VOICE OF GOD program on Senators Al Franken and Carl Levin when they were in Afghanistan in 2011 in an effort to get them to vote for additional funding for the War in Afghanistan. This was reported in Rolling Stone Magazine February of 2011.

Just about every religion has as one of its primary tenants; “I am the Lord thy God, thou shalt not bring false Gods before me”. This is the only sin that can not be forgiven.

Everyone in every religion wants to know how they can recognize in their mind the VOICE OF GOD.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013799752
  • Publisher: LF Curtin &Co.
  • Publication date: 1/1/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,288,700
  • File size: 61 KB

Meet the Author

Lawrence F Curtin is a writer and inventor who lives on Hutchinson Island Florida with his Editor/Wife, Elena. He has written 9 books.

As an Inventor he has over 50 patents filed/issued worldwide in the area of Photovoltaics. He has sold all but one to Chinese Companies. He kept his Hydrogen Absorption Rod Patent.
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  • Posted January 11, 2012

    This book will send chills through you.

    It is one of the most informative books I have ever read on what the Government is doing to control you with your cell phone. The ending is unexpected.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 4, 2012

    Humans beware. Your cell phone can take over your mind

    This book's ending will make you aware of what is being done to cover up what the Government is doing with your cell phone. The book is filled with hard facts. This is a must read for all who use cell phones.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted February 8, 2013

    Minun and plusle

    Okie!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 9, 2013

    King

    Alright im ready when u are!!

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