Diary of an Avatar Part 1

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Pub Date 05 Jul 2017 | Archive Date 07 Feb 2018

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The phone rang; it was our aunt divulging how she had just found her husband dead in their basement. He had used his belt, tied it to the joists, and then hung himself with it.

A year later, a teenager from our neighborhood positioned his hunting rifle below his chin and then bang - his life was over.

After him, a fellow cadet went to the train tracks with a pistol to end his suffering. Others from our town, descended into hard drug use. Several would overdose early in their lives. One such individual was my older brother. A week before he died, we got together and had a long talk about these suicides, the connections between them all. He warned me, if you ever figured out what was really going on, to be careful with whom you talk too.

The first half of this journey begins when a loving father and mother adopted Richard. Sadly, she was a pedophile and an adulteress who became a prostitute and a sexual predator. Just as Richard was about to reach adulthood, his life would take a turn for the worse. Abducted by a secret occult society, he would learn how we are all sheep in the midst of wolves. For most of the people in this cult like collective - there is no escape.

This amazing and intense memoir is impossible to read without coming away profoundly shaken and forever changed. 

The phone rang; it was our aunt divulging how she had just found her husband dead in their basement. He had used his belt, tied it to the joists, and then hung himself with it.

A year later, a...

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President John F Kennedy once declared; “The very word secrecy is repugnant in a free and open society and we are as a people inherently and historically opposed to secret societies, to secret oaths and to secret proceedings.”
Recently there has been much discussion over the sexual misconduct that goes on in Hollywood and in the general public and it’s reasonable to assume that this is just the tip of the iceberg. It would be sensible to believe that something similar happens throughout “Hollywood North” and the general population of British Columbia. Keep in mind that this is only the first half but already it provides over a hundred accounts which are far, far worse since these ones contain elements of secret proceedings; of secret mind control experiments.
I don’t want to spoil the story for you and I can only say that if you care about protecting your teens then this true story is a great starting point. It is like the Rosetta stone, the key for unlocking all other bizarre accounts that push our kids over the edge.

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This is a thriller, edge of seat reading and a roller coaster of a ride, abuse, intrigue and unsolved deaths, secrets never to be told and devastating when revealed involving the most powerful people on the planet with powerful jobs.

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Too horrifying and fascinating if the events depicted in the book are true. An intriguing and gripping read.

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First, reader be warned there are some very disturbing things discussed in this book.

On to the review: The synopsis for this book really undersells it. It's absolutely a standout piece of writing, and the style is unique and pulls you in. Biographies and memoirs are always hit and miss for me, some sliding into the boring end of the pile, but this is certainly top of the greatest hits list. An extremely powerful story that many should read if for no reason other than to broaden their view of the world.

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