Gods, Man, and War – Books 2 and 3 (what an insider <em>taught</em> me)

Gods, Man, and War – Books 2 and 3 (what an insider taught me)

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On March 7th, 2017, Tom DeLonge and Peter Levenda released the first of the Sekret Machines non-faction series entitled Gods, Man, & War vol. 1. Here’s some of what Amazon had to say about about the first book,

            “Sekret Machines: GODS will take you on an eye-opening journey that transcends speculation and is based on unprecedented access to officials at the highest levels of government, military and industrial agencies who have provided insights and assistance never before experienced by any researchers in this controversial field.  GODS takes us beyond speculation to certain knowledge of what exactly lies at the heart of the most important Phenomenon ever to confront human understanding. 

The first volume in Gods, Man & War, Gods introduces the reader to some of the critical issues that are foundational to an intelligent and enlightened grasp of the revelations that will follow in the next two volumes.  There is another Force in the universe of our Reality, another context for comprehending what has been going on for millennia and especially in the last seventy years.  Sekret Machines is the result of input from scientists, engineers, intelligence officers, and military officials — a group we call the Advisors —  and transcends the speculation of journalists, historians and others whose conclusions are often either misinformed or only tease around the edges of the Sekret Machines. The reader will not discover wild theories or unfounded claims, but instead will confront a solid — if often unsettling — reality, one that demands the collaboration of all of us in every field of human endeavor if we are to understand it and manage its effects.[1]

Well, it’s been slightly over two years since the first book dropped and book two will be coming soon. After that, of course, is book three. So, if vol. 1 discussed the gods’ interaction with mankind does this mean vol. 2 will discuss mankind’s interaction with itself? And if this is true, would vol. 3 discuss mankind’s war against itself? Hopefully War won’t be a doom-and-gloom type of book. Personally I’d love for all to end on a positive note. How can we know for sure what to expect?

Well, I will be happy to share what I’ve learned thanks to an inside source. My source came from inside Brentwood Middle School, gotta give props to my 6th grade Language Arts teacher, Mrs. Judy Stockton, for teaching me all about context clues. Powered with this insider knowledge and the shock-and-awe factor of the Amazon Kindle app, here are the results from two key word searches.

Search #1 – Book Two

1) “The second stream was that of the Central Intelligence Agency and its mission to uncover the secrets of the human mind for use in psychological warfare, behavior modification, and mind control or brainwashing.” We will go into this area in more detail in Book Two.[2]

2) Reference #20, found in the Endnotes for Chapter One and reads

“#20 Consciousness,” Journal of Near-Death Studies, 6 (4) (Summer 1988), pp. 240– 257, incidentally a text that cites Arthur Young as a reference in Book Two[3]

3) “The third characteristic is one normally associated with sightings of unidentified aerial vehicles: they seem to defy the laws of Newtonian physics, particularly where gravity is concerned. However, in addition to that obvious characteristic there is another that should be mentioned: they appear as technology that is only slightly more advanced than anything humanity had devised up to the time of that sighting. As we will see in Book Two, some of the more famous sightings in North America the famous “airship sightings of 1897, for instance demonstrated technology (or technological design) that was perhaps twenty or thirty years (at most) beyond the capabilities of 1897 manned flight. There is thus a time factor involved in the Phenomenon that is difficult to understand, but it exists.[4]

4) The Endnotes section for Chapter One, reference #21 reads

“21 We will learn much more about Puthoff, Targ, Swann and SRI in Book Two.[5]

5) “As we will see in Book Two, governments and armies around the world understood this and put some of it to work in the twentieth century, even trying to improve upon these practices and eliminate the human factor as much as possible (which turned out to be counter-productive, as could have been predicted).[6]  In reference to research into the spiritual aspect of The Phenomenon.

6) “…alignment with the stars, and celestial flight the Asian methods focus more specifically on consciousness, although not to the exclusion of the other elements. As we will see in more detail in Book Two, even the twentieth-century father of modern Chinese aeronautics, Qian Xuesen, recognized the value of these ancient systems and their applicability to space flight.[7]

7) It may have some connection with the Egyptian idea of the Ennead: the Nine Gods who rule the Egyptian pantheon and who will return in twentieth-century America as literal space aliens aboard a starship, as we will see in Book Two.[8]

Search #2 – Book Three

1) “Ironically, the only way any of this makes any sense at all is if we remember the near universal understanding that all authority ultimately derives from the fact that human beings are not autonomous; they are not self-creating but merely self-replicating, like von Neumanns universal constructor, (more about this later in Book Three). Humans are a product of something else, some other factor, that the ancient sources tell us were the gods.[9]

2) “Two serpents coiled around a central shaft represent Ningizzida, the god of the Underworld; he is braced by two gryphons. This symbol will find itself represented as the caduceus in Greek mythology, and as the symbol of Kundalini in Indian yoga. As we will see in Book Three, it is also the symbol of the double helix of the DNA molecule.[10]

3) “As we will see in more detail in Book Three, the idea of panspermia although suggested in the twentieth century by the co-discoverer of the DNA molecule, Francis Crick has roots in ancient ideas about human origins.[11]

4) “As it happens, there may be. As we will discuss at more length in Book Three of this series, two researchers in astrophysics, astrobiology, cosmology and mathematics in Kazakhstan claim they have identified evidence in the genetic code which points to an off-planet origin. Their research(9) was first published in 2013 and they have followed up since then with more articles on the subject. Their theory is based on the mathematics of the genetic structure which, they say, incorporates non-random sequences and which in particular makes use of a symbolic notation for “zero”: the stop codon.[12]

            In the Endnotes section in #9, the research article is cited as:


            Vladimir I. shCherbak and Maxim A. Makukov, “The ‘WOW! Signal’ of the terrestrial
            genetic code,” in Icarus 224 (2013) 228-242.

            Perhaps equally as perplexing as this is the name Shcherbak. Is it spelled
            shCherbak or Shcherbak? Google yields both. Tom DeLonge and Peter Levenda
            say shCherbak.

5) “We will discuss the theories of panspermia and directed panspermia in Book Three, but for now it is worthwhile to note these ideas because of the very clear intention of their respective authors to show that the created world is not the result of the gods having intercourse and becoming pregnant with the world following the example of human or animal reproduction (as would be expected of “primitive societies) but that there was a seeding of the world by an individual god[13]

6) “At some point the question must be asked: Does a work of the imagination qualify as true? Can one imagine the real? Naturally, scientists have employed imagination and even dreams as auxiliary tools in their quest for knowledge. Niels Bohr and Wolfgang Pauli come immediately to mind, as we will see in Book Three. Leaps of imagination have led to discoveries in every discipline from physics to chemistry to biology. Yet the role of imagination in the development of scientific knowledge is regarded as a kind of accident, and consciousness itself is something that defies scientific study.[14]

7) “As we will see in more detail in Book Three, the machinery of the human nervous system is so intricate and well-designed that it still cannot be duplicated by computers or artificial intelligence systems.[1]

8) “If there was an ur-chromosome, for instance, some Rosetta Stone of the human genome that can be traced through all human beings and is present in animals as well, it might help identify an extraterrestrial or non-terrestrial source, particularly if a mutation can be identified at some point across some or all species that would signify an external tinkering with the process. We will look at this possibility in more detail in Book Three.[2]

9) Tied to #19 of the Endnotes:
Thus, the biblical (and other) stories of creation should be viewed from that perspective. “Be fruitful and multiply (Genesis 1: 27) was the command given to us by the God not of the Jews but of the Genes (19). Procreating does nothing for the parents; it does everything for the genes. We are genetically disposed to having children, caring for them, and then dying off once we have done our job.[3]

#19“We will explore this theme in greater detail in Book Three where we examine the structure and origin of the genetic code, its mathematics, and its irruption into the pre-scientific mind in Asia and Africa through various divination systems as well as the ubiquitous game of chess.[4]

10) Out of all the aforementioned topics, this one is my absolute favorite!

“In quantum physics, the “many worlds interpretation” (or MWI) holds that many worlds exist in order to accommodate every possible outcome of a random event. This is also known as the Everett Postulate, which claims that the universe is composed of many superimposed states. We will discuss this in greater detail in Book Three.[5]     

Instead of me hashing through each point, restating the obvious “a la high school book report,” have at it. You may discover some other tidbits of knowledge or even some rare gems that could contribute to a more complete understanding of The Phenomenon.

Will we ever attain a fully complete understanding of the anomalous aerial phenomena? Seeing as how I’m still waiting for my future self to time travel into the relative-past to answer that question, all I can do is imagine. So until I (aka, future me) show up all I can officially say is “I don’t know.” But, as soon as I do, I will travel back to March 30th, 2019 and update this post. That is, if the Time Authority [6] so allows.


[1] https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MTY7Y1Q/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1, retrieved 3/28/2019

[2] DeLonge, Tom; Levenda, Peter (2017-03-07). Sekret Machines: Gods: Volume 1 of Gods Man & War (Gods, Man & War) (Kindle Locations 938-940). To The Stars. Kindle Edition.

[3] DeLonge, Tom; Levenda, Peter (2017-03-07). Sekret Machines: Gods: Volume 1 of Gods Man & War (Gods, Man & War) (Kindle Locations 4887-4890). To The Stars. Kindle Edition.

[4] DeLonge, Tom; Levenda, Peter (2017-03-07). Sekret Machines: Gods: Volume 1 of Gods Man & War (Gods, Man & War) (Kindle Locations 1061-1066). To The Stars. Kindle Edition.

[5] DeLonge, Tom; Levenda, Peter (2017-03-07). Sekret Machines: Gods: Volume 1 of Gods Man & War (Gods, Man & War) (Kindle Locations 4891-4892). To The Stars. Kindle Edition.

[6] DeLonge, Tom; Levenda, Peter (2017-03-07). Sekret Machines: Gods: Volume 1 of Gods Man & War (Gods, Man & War) (Kindle Locations 2025-2027). To The Stars. Kindle Edition.

[7] DeLonge, Tom; Levenda, Peter (2017-03-07). Sekret Machines: Gods: Volume 1 of Gods Man & War (Gods, Man & War) (Kindle Locations 3469-3471). To The Stars. Kindle Edition.

[8] DeLonge, Tom; Levenda, Peter (2017-03-07). Sekret Machines: Gods: Volume 1 of Gods Man & War (Gods, Man & War) (Kindle Locations 3700-3701). To The Stars. Kindle Edition.

[9] DeLonge, Tom; Levenda, Peter (2017-03-07). Sekret Machines: Gods: Volume 1 of Gods Man & War (Gods, Man & War) (Kindle Locations 1313-1316). To The Stars. Kindle Edition.

[10] DeLonge, Tom; Levenda, Peter (2017-03-07). Sekret Machines: Gods: Volume 1 of Gods Man & War (Gods, Man & War) (Kindle Locations 1617-1619). To The Stars. Kindle Edition.

[11] DeLonge, Tom; Levenda, Peter (2017-03-07). Sekret Machines: Gods: Volume 1 of Gods Man & War (Gods, Man & War) (Kindle Locations 2301-2303). To The Stars. Kindle Edition.

[12] DeLonge, Tom; Levenda, Peter (2017-03-07). Sekret Machines: Gods: Volume 1 of Gods Man & War (Gods, Man & War) (Kindle Locations 2419-2424). To The Stars. Kindle Edition.

[13] DeLonge, Tom; Levenda, Peter (2017-03-07). Sekret Machines: Gods: Volume 1 of Gods Man & War (Gods, Man & War) (Kindle Locations 2740-2744). To The Stars. Kindle Edition.

[14] DeLonge, Tom; Levenda, Peter (2017-03-07). Sekret Machines: Gods: Volume 1 of Gods Man & War (Gods, Man & War) (Kindle Locations 3796-3800). To The Stars. Kindle Edition.

[15] DeLonge, Tom; Levenda, Peter (2017-03-07). Sekret Machines: Gods: Volume 1 of Gods Man & War (Gods, Man & War) (Kindle Locations 3891-3892). To The Stars. Kindle Edition.

[16] DeLonge, Tom; Levenda, Peter (2017-03-07). Sekret Machines: Gods: Volume 1 of Gods Man & War (Gods, Man & War) (Kindle Locations 4571-4574). To The Stars. Kindle Edition.

[17] DeLonge, Tom; Levenda, Peter (2017-03-07). Sekret Machines: Gods: Volume 1 of Gods Man & War (Gods, Man & War) (Kindle Locations 624-627). To The Stars. Kindle Edition.

[18] DeLonge, Tom; Levenda, Peter (2017-03-07). Sekret Machines: Gods: Volume 1 of Gods Man & War (Gods, Man & War) (Kindle Locations 4884-4885). To The Stars. Kindle Edition.

[19] DeLonge, Tom; Levenda, Peter (2017-03-07). Sekret Machines: Gods: Volume 1 of Gods Man & War (Gods, Man & War) (Kindle Locations 4931-4934). To The Stars. Kindle Edition.

[20]http://www.thetimeauthority.com

 

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