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Sekret Machines: Man

Gods, Man & War, Book 2
Written by: Tom DeLonge, Peter Levenda
Narrated by: Paul Costanzo
Length: 11 hrs and 1 min
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In Sekret Machines: Gods, the cultural, historical, and religious aspects of mankind's encounters with UFOs were explained by Open Mind's 2017 UFO Researcher of the Year and To the Stars Academy of Arts and Science founder Tom DeLonge with renowned research author Peter Levenda.

Here, they continue their revelatory work in a thoroughly-researched exposé that seeks to solve the scientific mysteries of the unidentified aerial phenomenon, the UFO experiencers whose lives were changed forever, and what it means for all mankind. To this end, they have divided their study into three fields of inquiry: genetics and the ET hypothesis, consciousness, and human-machine symbiosis.

In Sekret Machines: Man, DeLonge and Levenda go beyond the lies fed to the public for decades - using unsealed confidential records, expert analysis, and eyewitness testimony from scientists, civilians, military personnel, researchers, and UFO experiencers to reveal the wide-ranging influence that UFO forces have had upon our past, continue to exert on our present, and may hold for our future.

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  • Chris Durkin
  • 2019-11-14

Another great listen.

I was expecting a bit more though for some reason I guess. They are supposedly doing some sort of disclosure with these, the first one was good. I just feel like nothing new is really being said. I cannot be all that dissatisfied with what TTSA has got done in the last couple years, so I’ll just keep hoping we get something definitive at some point I guess.

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  • Smiley
  • 2020-01-09

AI God, all brain, no soul

While this is all interesting and worth the time to listen, I feel like it is a little biased towards AI God/ humans as a machine. It basically leaves out the possibility of the soul and puts it all on the brain. I think they could have offered more.

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  • Atman
  • 2019-11-21

Excellent

The best of the series so far. It really covers a lot of topics and discusses many theories that I had never thought about before. It also covers many areas of science such as quantum physics and the investigation of consciousness itself and summarizes many theories in this area. I'm already looking forward to the next book in the series.

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  • Xjent87
  • 2020-05-16

Essential Read

Very digestable content for the masses that need to hear it. It makes so much of the reality make sense

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  • Keith Hahn
  • 2020-03-14

Interesting ideas and topics poorly executed

How can you go wrong with aliens and artificial intelligence? Apparently get Tom Delonge to write it, and then hire a droning, boring narrator to read it, but I fell asleep a couple of times, so l might have missed the good parts.

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  • Great Scott
  • 2019-12-18

Patronizing garbage

One of the worst books ever written on the subject, from the most condescending, patronizing perspective one can imagine. Filled with grand visions of nothing, going nowhere, this was less a book than a series of questions and assertions missing any semblance of rational connective tissue. You’re better off watching DeLonge ramble on Rogan.

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