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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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The Ahriman Gate: Some Gates Should Not Be Opened (by Tom Horn, Nita Horn)

Almost 400 pages of profound suspense awaits you. Yours truly has read the book in one long session, unable to put the thing down until the last page was read and this review finished.

Suspense, because this is a fictional story and quite a good one indeed. It's a thriller, where secret government projects and even genetically manipulated beings appear to the scene. A far-beyond-top-secret facility turns out to be nothing less then a technical project to basically release the most evil forces creation has ever witnessed. 

Profound, because the story is only a vehicle to wake the town and tell the people about some truly troublesome issues. According to ancient manuscripts such as the Book of Enoch as well as contemporary reports, the governments of the world are in continual contact with evil forces. In exchange for "supernatural" or "alien" knowledge, these forces are allowed to do the most absurd things.

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The Hidden Face of Terrorism: The Dark Side of Social Engineering, from Antiquity to September 11 (Collins)

When you're studying at the University, there comes a moment in which you have to write an essay about a certain subject and you better make sure that you know what you write in it. Especially when your essay contains a thesis which is, to say the least, unconformed to the established order.

Paul David Collins wrote an essay about a contemporary subject.  As the title already shows, Collins claims how Terrorism is "the dark side of social engineering". And it's like that since very ancient times. But how do you convince a University Professor that it's really like that? That terrorism is in reality a technique used by the power elite to bring about social change?

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Chanting Down Babylon - The Rastafari Reader (Spencer, ed.)

This is the book on Rastafari for everyone who is misinformed about the movement. Especially Christians who have thus far only read Christian "exposť's" on Rastafari will benefit significantly from the information in Chanting Down Babylon. 

William David Spencer is one of the few Christian writers I know with an objective view on Rastafari. His book "Dread Jesus" has become a must read for all those who are interested in Rastafari and Christianity. Simply because of the valuable interviews and analyses it contains.

Chanting Down Babylon is arguably even more relevant. 

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