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Satellite Seduction by George Kourtesis

Satellite Seduction by George Kourtesis

$14.95 (pocket bk)
$4.99 (ebook)


Author: George Kourtesis
Genre: SETI (Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence), Theory
ISBN: 9780980735284
Format: Paperback
Pages: 96

Soon the satellites will begin to harp, and then there is no escape!

Kourtesis’ disturbs! Kourtesis makes some interesting points —“ especially about the hazards of electromagnetic radiation. And the last vestiges of our freedom. The scary truth is that to grant him more credibility, you’d think we should make him sound less delusional… This is a truth so shocking; you’ll understand why humanity has had to be dumbed down as fast as possible. Because soon the satellites will begin to harp, and then there is no escape.

“What must happen first before you can begin to see the reality of what is really happening?” — The Editor in Chief

“Acashic has taken on some unusual projects in the past. But this one dethrones them all. There seems to be something in the energy of the planet, that is attracting us more and more to these types of people. Maybe because there’s something about what they’re saying that smacks of a vast truth.” — Industry Coverage #653

“Kourtesis is the Tarantino of Sci-Fi Conspiracy. I’m betting they’ll make a movie out of this!” — Sci-Fi Now

“This is not science fiction—it is Extinction Now!”— Sirius Thinking