Blue Blood, True Blood: Conflict & Creation

Blue Blood, True Blood: Conflict & Creation

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  1. 65 of 70 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A Good Read!, January 10, 2003
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    This review is from: Blue Blood, True Blood: Conflict & Creation (Paperback)
    Well, lets see…where do I begin? It was thought provoking. And just FYI, I’m writing this for people who are believers in more out there. Those of us who see past the “matrix.” I’m so tired of reading people’s reviews that say all this Reptillian agenda, aliens, etc is BS, all I have to say, is DON’T READ IT if you don’t or aren’t slightly in that mind frame or believe some of it, keep being a robot, that’s what the world wants, knock yourself out!
    It’s a big galaxy and universe out there, there are estimated to be billions of stars in this galaxy alone and billions of galaxies in this universe, and if you think we are alone..all I have to say is “yeah, sure we are.” Ok, you can put your blinders back on now.
    To get on with the book review, it’s fast paced but packed with information, if your looking for a scientific book-with lots and lots of footnotes and proven research, then look elsewhere, but if you are looking for a book written by a man who has the experience and accurate information and reports exactly what he sees and has had first hand accounts of, then your in for a reading treat of someone who’s “been there.” A lot of this stuff in books of this nature, people want documented things and solid accuracy but your not going to find it-not always in scientific books even! Anyone who worked for any of the secret governments or have been exposed to what the ‘lobal elite’ is up to first hand, of course your not going to get it, that’s why it’s secret, it’s kept from us and is slowly as we progress as a society on a spiritual level have become more and more ready to hear it. Too many people are starting write and believe it and all I hope for is it wakes more of us up to what is going on, so we become less ignorant and more empowered to not be afraid to say that we think and do what we want and love instead of working at a life and just surviving. Because ultimately that is what it is all about. The reptillians are in our existance for a reason to test us.
    It may appear negative but it’s really not, it’s informative and it may keep you restless for a night or two just thinking and assimilating the information your taking in with what you have been programmed with your entire life. I wish I could find more books on just all the alien species who have contributed DNA to this planet, I find it completely fascinating and he really goes into it well, he includes some pictures(sketches)and some descriptions of these different types. Included also is some things to be on the lookout in the future too, with the situations in the Middle East etc.
    There is a great exerpt on sexuality Stewart gives and his wife includes some inspirational pieces at the end on overcoming daily thought patterns and some helpful insight. His website is great…as well. I enjoyed it, it’s a good book to put with your collection of David Icke’s books as well. They each say similar things but balance each other out I think quite well in reading each one respectively.
    I highly recommend this book, all in all you won’t be disappointed!

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  2. 49 of 52 people found the following review helpful
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    I am NOT Deranged!!, September 21, 2004
    By 
    P. Hahn (Michigan, USA) –
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    This review is from: Blue Blood, True Blood: Conflict & Creation (Paperback)
    I usually don’t write reviews as I like to judge books myself, instead of following a crowd of “popular opinion,” but I took offense at being called a “deranged person” for I liking the book.

    I started out reading the Montauk books, which I found fascinating, so naturally I wanted to read more. I read “The Healer’s Handbook” – which, personally, has helped me tremendously – and went on to “Blue Blood, True Blood.”

    Yes, I agree it is a lot to swallow, but then again when you think about it, everything you learn for the first time seems strange. Personally, I’d rather believe I came from the stars than an ape! And how many people out there actually believe that the THEORY of evolution is a fact and not what it actually is – an unproven theory! Science and Religion has had a hold on our societies for so many generations (no, I am not an atheist – I just don’t believe in organized religion), we have become a world of sheep – always looking for someone to follow – never venturing out to find our own answers.

    I must admit, Stewart Swerdlow is a very complex person, and I was skeptical at first, until I made an appointment and met the man in person. He is truly amazing. The things he knows and can do really blows you away. I can only aspire to attain the knowledge he has.

    A wise man once told me that if a person is running toward a cliff with a blindfold on, you should stop that person, take off his blindfold and show him the cliff. Then, if he still wants to keep running, let him. But at least you showed him the cliff. That’s how Stewart’s books and videos are – he can only show and tell you what he knows – you have to choose to believe it or not.

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  3. 51 of 59 people found the following review helpful
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    Fascinating Personal Story & Planetary History, August 21, 2002
    By 
    Jed Shlackman (Miami, FL United States) –
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    This review is from: Blue Blood, True Blood: Conflict & Creation (Paperback)
    This is a fascinating account that blends the author’s personal experiences with information he has learned about
    our planetary history, the global elites, and their plans for Earth. The descriptions of Illuminati rituals may be hard for some people to handle, and survivors of similar abuse may wish to skip that portion of the book. This book is a follow-up to Stewart’s previous book Montauk: The Alien Connection. Both books make the reader wonder what’s real and what is programming or disinformation that the author presents unknowingly or uncritically. Blue Blood True Blood covers a lot of material, and it would have been nice if some topics had been presented in further depth. Each reader must decide for themselves what they consider to be true or not, and this book will certainly challenge many readers. The author has had remarkable experiences, and his efforts to spread his information and insights are a commendable contribution to those seeking truth and pieces of hidden history.

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