5 books you are not supposed to read.

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“There is more than one way to burn a book. And the world is full people running about with lit matches.”Ray Bradbury

The pen is mightier than the sword. Always has been. Why would people try to stop other people from reading information if it wasn’t? You may think that we want to have an enlightened society with open minds striving for a utopian future, but I would argue that this is simply not true. Today more than ever people are trying to keep you from information. Whether because they don’t believe the information and downplay it or make fun of it. Or because they don’t want you to know that information for fear that we would all start waking up from this dream that someone else has labeled reality.

So here are some books. Not one of them I will say carries any sort of truth for you. Only you can make that so. But I bet one or two will open your mind to possibilities you thought were only fantasy.

Care to go down the rabbit hole?

5) The Secret History of the World, by Mark Booth

4) Valis, by Philip K.Dick

3) The Alchemist, by Paulo Coelho

2) The Many Worlds of Hugh Everett, by Peter Byrne

Resurrection, by Neville Goddard

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