Book Reviews Perceptions Magazine, January 2019
A Primer of Key Concepts in Freedom To Change
by Gregory L. Little, Kimberly J. Prachniak, & Stanley W. Prachniak
Freedom 2 Change
P.O. Box 9025
Memphis, TN 38190
2018, 26 pages, Kindle Book, U.S. O.99
ISBN 10: 0-9655392-6-1
ISBN 13: 978-0-9655392-6-5
Reviewed by Brent Raynes
“True Truth” is a Kindle book that is designed for helping one to make improvements and better choices in one's life, to hopefully find happiness and success. It offers key points and concepts presented in a self-coaching style. It's designed for those who may prefer doing it on their own instead of seeking a life coach to assist and guide them through this process.
In a separate article in this issue, its main author Dr. Gregory Little provides some personal details and background on how his separate studies of Native American spiritual beliefs came to play a surprising role in helping to illuminate certain useful concepts that well integrated right into this project.
This book is a handy working introduction that illuminates key concepts that are further detailed in a main book entitled “Freedom To Change,” that will be released this January, along with three workbooks and a number of audio-visual materials that will provide even further instructions and guidance. To follow additional details on those releases and their availability, you can visit the following website: www.freedom2change.org
“True Truth” is described by the authors as seeking to reach a point of clarity in your thinking where you can see yourself as you really are and recognize what you can become, and as the title of their website says you have the freedom to change. The authors are providing the tools by which you can attempt to make that change.
The Revealing Truth of UFOs, Secret Aircraft,
Cover-Ups & Conspiracies
by Nick Redfern
Visible Ink Press
43311 Joy Road., #414
Canton, MI 48187-2075
2019, 432 pages, 7.125” x 0.25”
Trade Paperback, U.S. $19.95
ebook ISBN: 978-1-57859-692-8 140 B/W Photos and Illustrations
Reviewed by Brent Raynes
Although I'm sure that there are a good many readers who feel pretty much like I do, that enough is enough when it comes to the already over exposed, controversial mishmash of Area 51. However, I would nonetheless add that if you're going to delve into it then Nick Redfern's Area 51 is probably one of the best and most well researched collection of relevant information on the subject.
Besides the usual suspects like Bob Lazar and his as yet unverified claims of alien technology at Area 51 and statements concerning something called Element 115 and Charles Hall's claims of encountering Tall Whites there, Redfern provides us with much background information regarding this secret military aircraft testing site. Area 51 is where the U-2, the Blackbird, and the A-12 were tested, refined and flown, and where also the construction of black ops weapons systems were developed and tested, and where, of course, the usual suspects and more facts and claims of cover-ups, conspiracies, and even murders were allegedly executed to conceal deep state secrets regarding extraterrestrial visitations to our planet.
Whatever the case may be, or wherever, shall we say, the “true truth” may ultimately and eventually lead us, this well-written and researched volume gives us comprehensive exposure to the facts and stories as they have thus far been presented.