Conspiracies, Bundle I: Conspiracies, UFOs and Aliens by Alex Monaldo

Nevertheless, the book presents some very startling ideas that are bound to rattle any reader’s mind who’s never come across this before.

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Title: Conspiracies, Bundle I: Conspiracies, UFOs and Aliens

Author: Alex Monaldo

Publisher: Amazon Digital Services LLC

Date of Publication: 22 September 2017

Genre: History/ Politics

Rating: 5/5

“There is no history of mankind, there are only many histories of all kinds of aspects of human life. And one of these is the history of political power. This is elevated into the history of the world.”

-Karl Popper

A book of intriguing facts about the secretive workings of You-Know-Who.

In a fervent attempt to uncover the truth behind some of the greatest mysteries of the world, Mondalo brings this fascinating book full of intriguing theories and factual data bound to stir the spirit. The book argues that the real functioning of the world is run by people that are hidden behind dark curtains of unknown mysteries and can never be caught. Apparently, real power does not lie with the elected leaders. The elected leaders are merely puppets in the hands of a pantheon of enlightened individuals who have distorted the Chain of Being in presenting themselves as a Godly pantheon with the power to dominate and abuse.

The book begins with the establishment of the New World Order and Freemasonry that have been inscribed in the very Constitution of American politics certain symbolic secrets. Only those who can decipher these will understand their hidden meaning. Keeping in mind the Biblical testimony of the End Times, Monaldo shows examples from religion that explain his basis of understanding and confirming these speculations. A lot of facts are supported with logical evidence but most of it seems like an educated assumption. Monaldo does not coax his readers into coming to any rigid conclusions; making the book highly autonomous. The spirit of free thinking and democracy is maintained. It is claimed that a lot of these institutions are based on occult practices that have pagan roots.

Certain assertions may come across as a little instinctive such as the idea of the Illuminati having started the French revolution although history notes the pioneers of the French Revolution to be Napoleon, Robespierre and others. However, it is surprisingly true that Freemasonry played an important role in the French Revolution which began apolitically but was radicalised by the late 18th century. Now whether one agrees to it or laughs its off as a joke, Monaldo accepts the idea that there is no denying the fact that such organisations(if at all they exist and are fully operational) are very well capable of pulling off such acts. The book further charts down a lot of recent debacles such as 9/11 attacks, spread of cancer as a man- made disease of the pharmacological industry, inner occultist functioning of the music industry and addresses their chief conspirators to be the Illuminati or its allies. Like any conspiracy theory it all sounds like a porridge of unbelievable ideas that ultimately depends on whether one believes it or not. There are endless angularities to this topic which makes it all highly controversial and debatable.

Nevertheless, the book presents some very startling ideas that are bound to rattle any reader’s mind who’s never come across this before. From false flags, chem trails, mysteries behind the 9/11 attacks, Bermuda triangle stories and the rise of militant groups, the author mentions the loopholes and inconsistencies in the investigation of these events. Every chapter ends with a “What to Believe” section that provides a balanced guidance to the reader so that they don’t get carried away by thefacts. Some ideas are bizarre and others are too strange to be processed. It might as well be laughed off as a joke entirely or ridiculed, except perhaps for some Dan Brown fans. But the book also provides proof of some conspiracy theories that did happen in real. Towards the end it becomes an index of both well known and unknown conspiracy theories. Monaldo seems to be urging his readers into becoming more diligent and to continue to remain sceptical instead of blindly believing anything and everything that is presented before their eyes(with special mention to the media).

Flashlights beam into the dark abysmal interiors of the caves as a team of forensic and legal experts make their way inside cautiously. A large white oval structure with craters the size of the moon lies amidst the rocks. The experts take out their equipment and begin to collect samples of stones, sand and rock. Suddenly, the whole place starts to shake wildly as small rock pieces drop onto the people. The egg shows cracks. Within a split second it breaks apart to reveal a large headed monstrous figure with big black eyes and tiny thin limbs. It is earless, nose less with a metallic grey skin with four fingers on its hands and radiates light from its head.  Horrifying and alien.

Such is a common description out of many Hollywood sci-fi movies that have featured alien invasions on Earth as their central themes. The book begins by sorting out common misconceptions about people who believe in aliens as they are neither lying nor Un- Christian or mad. Each chapter begins with a photograph or picture of flying saucers, lights in the sky, jet trails or funny looking confused aliens peering at the readers. Individual chapters open with bullet points about the contents to be covered in that particular chapter. Under the heading “In This Chapter You Will Learn” gives a crisp idea about what is to be expected in the discussions within the chapter. The book dissects the concept of aliens beginning from the pop culture with the oval shaped flying saucers and literary representations as seen in H. G. Well’s The War of Worlds that shows an alien invasion on London. The book goes on to index different types of aliens both good and bad. As with any other species, aliens come in various shapes, sizes and colours. Individual generic names are provided with a short write up about their characteristics. The cute alien images atop the descriptions are really delightful. These colourful images add to the amusement and interest of an otherwise contentious matter. The topic is highly entangled with various conspiracy theories. Bullet points provide information about a series of alien invasions, sightings and even abductions that have been reported. Inseparable from the UFOs, have been the crop circle mysteries that are yet to find any scientific explanation. Some ancient spiritual practices, beliefs and secret societies also worshiped alien beings and these are noted with utmost precision. A lot of facts are truly intriguing and striking but some of it, as the book itself claims, is largely unconfirmed. Whether it is considered as a natural phenomenon, a trumpet call to apocalypse, a morbid joke, a frivolous gossip or a dreadful horror, the aliens have proved to be inseparable from human life and existence. One of the final chapters provides such thirty “Fun Facts”. Monaldo even provides some Dos and Don’ts regarding the kind of attitude one should keep towards such extra terrestrial beings or happenings. With numerous uncanny twists and turns, it is truly an interesting book to be read from cover to cover.

A persuasive bundle of mind boggling facts.

Click the book cover to grab your copy. Happy Reading!

Author: Tee Wai

Tee Wai is an avid reader, a book reviewer and an aspiring writer. Follow the blog for some exciting updates!

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