The Living Force
Has anyone read The Dark Gods by Anthony Roberts? I did a search and didn't see it mentioned on the forum. It was recommended to me recently by an acquaintance and the reviews on Amazon are interesting. Sounds like it might be up our alley. Here are the top two reviews from Amazon:
This is the one book you need to know and understand about the occult the fate of people. Basically there have been watchers through millenia, and they reveal themselves in paranormal and supernatural ways, but all of the lables are the same. They're setting up for something, what,we're not sure. Roberts takes case studies, folklore, history and occult studies, mixes in literature and theosophy and, with modern sightings and experiences (up to 1981) provided a thesis on the Cosmic Battleground. It's hard to explain, but once you start this book you'll take a red pill, and look at things differently. It's a hard book to find, so if you find it, get a copy, and never lend it out.
I'm going to do a quick skim through the book to see if its worth reading and I'll report back here.his book, when I got it, was like the perfect book for where my head was at the time. it started me on the "all is not lovey dovey with the unseen powers that be/ufo scene". this book cleverly shows that throughout human history we've been tormented and harmed by the same culprits, who were fairies and such when we lived in a simpler frame of reference to things, to the now hi-tech ufos that are seen and abducting people. the sightings match the time period. it would make no sense for us to see fairies and sprites in 2013 just as much as high tech stuff would be lost on people 400 years ago, though it is believed they saw stuff that advanced, just didn't have a frame of reference to describe it (the bible anyone? burning circles and the like). this book is great, spooky, and an all around important read. I would say to read this after reading ufos: operation trojan horse by john keel, they work great together as these authors are coming from the same head space.