The United States of Esoterica

What's Binnall reading?
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Author:  Lone Gunman [ Wed Feb 23, 2011 4:53 pm ]
Post subject:  What's Binnall reading?

One of the recent BOA audios, the year-end special with Redfern and Bishop included references to a number of esoteric books.

Since Tim has read more than most of us, maybe we can get reccomendations on what he's reading from time to time.

For instantance, I found two different Gods of Eden books. One is written by William Bramley and one by Andrew Collins. Which one was mentioned in the podcast? Has Tim read both?

Also, I looked on Amazon and could find no mention of the book "Sliders" based on the ability of some people to turn off streetlights by walking underneath them.

Any extra info on these would greatly help out ...

Author:  binnall [ Wed Feb 23, 2011 5:02 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: What's Binnall reading?

The William Bramley Gods of Eden is the one I was talking about.

SLIders by Hilary Evans can be found here -

Currently reading Silent Invasion by Stan Gordon -

Author:  redsonsuperman [ Wed Feb 23, 2011 5:23 pm ]
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Are you recommending either of those books as good reads?

I'm currently reading Keyhoe's "Flying Saucers from outer space"

Author:  binnall [ Wed Feb 23, 2011 6:14 pm ]
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Have only perused SLIders and am just starting the Stan Gordon book. I'd recommend the latter, because it will be featured on BoA:Audio in the not too distant future.

Author:  digger99 [ Thu Feb 24, 2011 8:26 am ]
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I picked up WB's "Gods of Eden" based on the comments made in the BOA podcast comments and was not dissapointed. It was a very good read.

Finishing up the "Atlantis Blueprint" by Rand Flem-Ath and Colin Wilson at the moment. Would love to hear either of these guys on a future BOA show but that's a post for another section of the US of E.


Author:  Lone Gunman [ Thu Feb 24, 2011 4:11 pm ]
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Thanks Tim. I'm sure many of us wouldn't mind what you got going on from time to time (knowing your excellent taste) in the book area. Unless it's Marrs or Dolan and I come on here first, I really am not current on what books are out there in the esoterica vein.

One more thing, I know you've mentioned Lesley Keane's recent book a few times on podcasts, but I was wondering what you thought of it. Some believe it's really advanced some of the mainstream perceptions and dialogue. Is it worth checking out?

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