"Behold a pale horse"

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Light Technology Pub., Dec 1, 1991 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 500 pages
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Cooper, a former U.S. Naval intelligence briefing team member, offers this lucid, rational work that reveals secrets kept guarded by the American government since the 1940s, including the presence of UFOs, the facts behind the J.F.K. assassination, and more.

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The best part was the introduction. - Goodreads
Too bad the author was killed for writing it. - Goodreads
Liked the research about the powers and groups that be. - Goodreads
Compendium of secret government documents and programs. - Goodreads
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Every intelligent American should read this book. It is quite thought provoking in the very compelling way the author provides the reader with substance to base his theories on and the fact that he follows through on each point, rather than leaving it up to the reader to assume. Whether or not the book is completely accurate or contains embellishment (or lack thereof) is up for interpretation, but anyone who has read this book and knows the fate of Milton William Cooper, I'm sure can easily agree that even in conspiracy theory or doubt, this book is a "must read"! 

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Terrifying, though it does require the reader to trust the writer that it is non-fiction. Read full review



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About the author (1991)

Cooper is a lucid, rational and powerful speaker whose intent is to inform and empower his audience. His presentation and information transcend partisan affiliations as he clearly addresses issues in a way that has a striking impact on listeners of all backgrounds and interests. He has spoken to many groups throughout the U.S. and has appeared regularly on many radio talk shows and on television.