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In this section you can find (links to purchase) highly recommended books. All books are actually read before reviewed, and do not necessarily contain material completely endorsed by the Dubroom. They are selected for their relevance, whether they're about (DUB) Reggae or Conscious topics. Your purchase of the book(s) helps the writer(s) and/or publisher(s) where in some cases the Dubroom might receive a little bit provision as well, even though that is never the reason for publishing the review(s).

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Operation Trojan Horse (John A. Keel)

This is a very remarkable book. 

Not only because it completely wipes away all intellectual relevance around the many glossy UFO books with sensational stories and ditto photo's. Not only because it was written back in the 1960's and didn't lose one inch of it's actuality along the decades.

The book is remarkable because it makes sense out of those things concerning the UFO phenomena that usually doesn't make any sense.

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Painful Questions: An Analysis of the September 11th Attack (Eric Hufschmid)

When the Twin Towers fell to the ground, Erich Huffschmid had no reason to doubt the conspiracy theory we know as the official version of what happened that tragic day.

After all, with most sensible people he thought that "conspiracy theories" were usually expressions of paranoia. So he probably had to answer one very painful question for himself, before he could write the book we are reviewing here. 

"Is the Government story concerning September eleven a conspiracy theory?"

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WD Spencer - Dread Jesus

This is the book that I have been waiting for, for a very a long time, so I can't really express my happiness with it's existence. It is a must read for every Jesus Dread and others interested in the relationship between Rastafari and Christianity. 

The writer explores "Rastafarian Christology", by analyzing many reggae songs, interviewing many known and lesser known Rastafarians, and studying the history of Rastafari. 

He finds out, that there are two main streams within Rastafari, one is inspired by Hindu and esoterically teachings, while the other group is heading towards Christianity more and more, even to such an extend that brother William describes the possibility of a "Selassian Church", as a denomination next to Lutheran and the like. 

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