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The Stargate Conspiracy

3.52  ·  Rating Details ·  309 Ratings  ·  22 Reviews
The authors of The Stargate Conspiracy aim to expose one of the most insidious and dangerous plans of our times. One that involves intelligence agencies, politicians, international bestselling authors, and the world's leading scientists and industrialists. They believe that this conspiracy, centred upon the eternal mysteries of ancient Egypt, targets and threatens us all.
Paperback, 445 pages
Published 2006 by Time Warner Books (first published January 1st 1999)
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May 30, 2013 Aamir rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This book is a must read for both the believers and critics of Ancient Alien/Astronaut hypothesis. The book reveals layer by layer the covert planning of some big names in the world of Science, Technology & the world intelligence agencies to have a world dominance or establish a new world order by creating a mass hysteria and a new age religion.

I have enjoyed reading the book since I am a strong critic of Ancient Alien/Ancient Astronaut hypothesis as it strip humanity of all its achievements
Peter Jamieson
Jul 28, 2011 Peter Jamieson rated it it was amazing
Excellent and provocative book. It's about a lot of things - primarily about being human, and learning to stand on your own two feet, about not taking any shit from intelligence operatives, propagandists, miracle-workers, archaeologists (hide-bound or New Age), creators of the spectacular, space aliens, The Nine, whoever ... We're really worth so much more.

A genuinely inspiring book, with a warm, warm heart.
Feb 16, 2011 Alli rated it did not like it
Shelves: books-2011, history
I read this and couldn't decide between laughing or rolling my eyes most of the times. My friends would know why I picked this up, but I'm really not into the whole conspiracy thing, and this was just laughable. The writing was all over the place, also. Good for a laugh, but not much else.
Kalle Wescott
Oct 26, 2016 Kalle Wescott rated it really liked it
Hard to believe, but well-researched.
Jan 17, 2014 Cipherveri rated it really liked it
In the strange world of occultism and Conspiracy there lies a new undercurrent that has swept the globe in a momentous show of the New World's commitment towards consolidating the masses into a single unit of planetary society.

This book explores one of the stranger and more fascinating elements of this current's origins by examining a number of very curious associations in the body politic of Psychological operations, beauracracy, modern egyptology and Religion.

Though many would scoff at this b
George Ilsley
Oct 30, 2012 George Ilsley rated it liked it
It may have helped to read this book before the year 2000 because so much of the hype was about the anticipated events of that so momentous occasion. Remember the crazed foreboding surrounding the impending Y2K and all the rest?

I've read many of the other works referenced here and critiqued by these authors. I often felt these authors are just making too much out of very little. And this is something many of the other books also do. The failings of these contemporary authors is not necessarily
Jan 22, 2012 Gareth rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2012
I remember buying this book years ago when looking for something outlandish to read, but when I finally got around to reading it, I realised that I'd misjudged it - well, partly. The authors don't hide the fact that they are open to many of the subjects discussed - alien contact, the pyramids of Mars, Atlantis - but most of the book adopts quite an agnostic approach to these central questions. But it's most interesting aspect is that it provides a fascinating account of how various intelligence ...more
Apr 27, 2012 Ron rated it liked it
While the authors attempt to take a sober and objective look at the controversy surrounding ancient Egyptian artifacts, and manage to debunk a great deal of myth, they also hew too closely to many things that are patently false (they speak lovingly of the non-existent 'feminist principle' while also acknowledging that there are no noble savages, which seems to me a huge contradiction and more myth-making). They give far too much credence to shamanistic experience and sincerely believe aliens exi ...more
Steve Werner
Aug 31, 2015 Steve Werner rated it it was amazing
This is a conspiracy book about conspiracy theorists. The writer's main thesis is that there is a conspiratorial thread, starting at the beginning of the "New Egyptology", with people like Schwaller De Lubicz and John Anthony West, and much of the major 20th century research into the paranormal and occult, especially Andrija Puharich and James Hurtack. I get the impression this book was not well received by many in the alternative scene, because it questioned the motives of some of our most belo ...more
Chris Contreras
Jul 22, 2011 Chris Contreras rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This book is a very interesting take on the whole Graham Hancock/Robert Hauval scene for those of you who follow that. The Stargate Conspiracy was written in 99 and updated in 2001. It doesnt just go into hancock bauval but into the whole subject which is still relevant today with the shows on History Channel such as Ancient Aliens etc. and how their research indicates the CIA and other groups may be interested in sort of guiding the publics thinking in a certain direction for whatever reason. T ...more
David Livingstone
Fascinating look at the ties between CIA remote-viewing experiments and their contact with a group of discarnate entities calling themselves The Nine, and the culture of pseudo-archaeology that it contributed to.
Jason Slovak
Aug 06, 2009 Jason Slovak rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
I wish I could give this a lower rating. The book is written so poorly, it changes topics faster than Dennis Miller doing a Monday Night Football game and it seems that half the book is devoted to "talking smack" about other authors.
The authors are probably on to something - especially regarding the world shadow government or whatever you want to call it. But the text in the book bounces all over the place and is a rather tedious read.
Samantha Rooney
May 07, 2012 Samantha Rooney rated it did not like it
Conspiracy theorists who have watched to many episodes of Stargate SG-1 and read to many conspiracy theories. If u want to prove intelligent life exists, this will disprove it
Jan 08, 2015 Shannon rated it did not like it
this book didn't uncover or expose sh*t all, it just explained others theories. I was waiting for something more throughout the whole thing.
Sep 09, 2008 Chris rated it it was amazing
Good book, it's interesting to find out what the government would spend money on in the late '60s and '70s.
James E. Hansen
May 08, 2015 James E. Hansen rated it liked it
Very interesting. I read this book a few years ago, and, after thumbing through it recently, I plan to re-read it.
Dec 30, 2012 Alexandra rated it really liked it
found this fascinating. a lot of interesting information and really mind go wild, a little hard to grasp in some theories but definatley gets the imaginatiin going
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A little out there on some subjects.
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