Book Review: THE WATCHERS: Who Watches Us From the Moon and Where Did the Fallen Angels Go?


Title: THE WATCHERS: Who Watches Us From the Moon and Where Did the Fallen Angels Go?
Author: Roger King


Can you watch from the Moon?

This book falls below the rating of it being okay, but it’s not a bad book. It goes on the premise that the watchers or fallen angels in the Bible would’ve had to have gone to the moon,since they are no longer with us here on earth. The author quotes the Bible and the book of Enoch trying to show us that is what happened. In the author’s chapter 5 Hollow Moon, he does a good job compiling the arguments that the moon may be hollow/and/or artificial.Roger King, the author, reflects a religious person trying to explain parts of the Bible. I don’t believe he convinced me that the watchers are on or inside the moon. It is a possible explanation, but by no means the only one..
— The Crackpot (aka Kenneth Hoffman)

Rating:                     3-Stars

Book Review: Answers


Title: Answers
Author: Stan Romanek
ASIN: B0073M7W2W


Answers,only one can hope

If strange things happen to you most of your life, you try to make sense of them. I have gone to bed, woke in the morning, and found strange scars on my body. Perfect quarter inch equilateral triangles, scoop marks on my shins, fine red lines and patterns, none of which are inflamed or tender, are there when I wake. I could not make them when I was awake, not alone if I was sleepwalking. You try to find answers. You read anything by anyone who may have similar experiences. You hope, that you will find someone with the exact scars and has figured out answers for you. Stan Romanek’s book shows his scars, possible implants, alien photographs, and information learned through hypnotic regression. Along the way, he meets Lazarus, seemingly a man with government connections and knowledge. Yes, the stories get on the wild side, but over the years I’ve come in contact with people in the security field and heard some equally bizarre stories. Alien abduction, by its nature, is a bizarre subject. If you wake up with strange marks on your body, you may want to read this book. In my case, the scars were not quite the same. Nothing jarred memories for me, but that’s not saying it won’t for you.
— The Crackpot (aka Kenneth Hoffman)

Rating:                     3-Stars

Book Review: On the Trail of the Nephilim, Volume One

On The Trail of

Title: On the Trail of the Nephilim, Volume One
Author: L.A. Marzulli


takes a giant to swing a giant axe,

On the trail of the Nephilim, fell between four stars and five. Becauseof an innovative approach I felt it deserved the five.He starts with Indian mounds and old newspaper accounts of giant bones.I was very impressed when he looks into giant sized weapons that are found in various museums. You would have to be at least the size of Andre the giant, of wrestling fame, to think about using some of these. He even is able to find some pictures of giant skulls that are purported to beat the Humboldt Museum but are not on display. He then shows examples of of skulls deformed by cradle head boarding. After seeing large numbers of the intentionally deformed skulls, you have to ask yourself .why would they do it? The author ends discussing the uniquely constructed stone structures near Cusco. All in all, I think the book give you things to think about. I would like to see him expand into full books, the chapters on giant weapons and unique ancient stone structures.
— The Crackpot (aka Kenneth Hoffman)

Rating:                     5-Stars