I, personally, have only read Zenarchy, so I just yanked the
descriptions from an IllumiNet Press leaflet I had lying about.
- Visionaries, Mystics & Contactees by
- Salvador Freixedo made an exhaustive and comparative study of all religions
and found common patterns among them. He came to understand that ``miracles''
were actually commonplace phenomena, that reality has always been altered, and
that the interaction of humans with other, non-human intelligences could be
traced back to the beginnings of recorded history. Freixedo's thinking has
been influenced by the works of John A. Keel and Dr. Jacques Vallee, but in
Visionaries, Mystics and Contactees he applies the concepts to create
a synthesis linking religion, paranormal phenomena and ufology.
- The Mothman Prophecies by John A. Keel
- For thirteen months the entire town of Point Pleasant, West Virginia was
gripped by a dark terror that culminated in a tragedy that made headlines all
over the world. This is a story that contains all the elements of a
modern science fiction movie but every single word is true and fully documented
by famed journalist John A. Keel.
- The Idle Warriors by Kerry W.
- A portrait of Lee Harvey Oswald written before the assassination of
President John F. Kennedy. Subpoenaed by the Warren Commission and stored in
the National Archives since 1965, this book finally emerges from obscurity!
- Zenarchy by Kerry W. Thornley
- Zen is meditation. Archy is social order. Zenarchy
is the social order which holds universal enlightenment prerequisite to
abolition of the State. (And now, you can see
Zenarchy itself at the
impropaganda web site.)