All The Books I'm Reading (2022)

Hello, and welcome to 2022. I created this page to keep track of all the books I read this year.

All The Books I'm Reading (2022)
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Hello, and welcome to 2022.  I created this page to keep track of all the books I read this year. It will be updated as frequently as I am able.

Every year I read about a book a week. I truly believe this is what makes me so smart and why I am so successful. Okay, well, I was successful before the Deep State played all those dirty tricks on me that almost completely destroyed my business.

But you know what? I am stronger than ever now. And as I have known for decades, knowledge is power. And reading is one of the best ways to get knowledge and information.

Notes on This Page

I usually read about a book a week. We'll see how it goes this year.

I will be updating this page as we go I'm organizing the books chronologically by month. The books at the top will be the most recent. They are numbered in the order that I read them, with the very first book at the bottom.

I'll write a bit about each book as a mini-review, and I if I have written a longer review, I will link to it. Sometimes I won't say anything about the books because there is too much to say (I would have written a shorter letter if I had had more time.)

I'm not exactly sure how this new platform works. but I think whenever I update it you will get an email if you are a free subscriber. So be sure to sign up for my email updates.

It may not send emails whenever I update, so you should probably bookmark this page and check it every so often.

And I'm sorry, I can't currently link to the Amazon site because they cancelled me a few months ago. I was a member of Amazon's affiliate program for 15 years.  I refuse to link to them for now.

Hopefully I can get my affiliate account back at some point, because affiliate links help me continue to blog.

In the meantime, your prayers are appreciated.

March-April, 2022

Coming soon – haven't had time to update since I've been a bit obsessed with pool water.

February, 2022

10. This Is your Brain on Parasites by Kathleen McAuliffe

I just started this book because I'm reading everything I can find on parasites.

If you haven't read them yet, I just published two posts about parasites: Healing From Parasites From The Vaccines and Are Parasites in the Vaccines Causing Heart Disease?

Still in the middle of this one so I may add my thoughts to this when I complete it.

9. The Cure For All Diseases by Dr. Hulda Clark

I want to make a t-shirt that says HULDA CLARK WAS RIGHT. (I already have a t-shirt that says ANDREW WAKEFIELD WAS RIGHT.)

I read this book back in the late 90s. At the time, I thought it was a little strange and I didn't understand it. Now I think she is a genius.

I'll write more after I finish rereading this.

8. The Great Reset: Joe Biden & The Rise of 21st Century Fascism by Glenn Beck

When I was a liberal Democrat (which I was for over 30 years,) I used to hate Glenn Beck.

Even though I had never read any of his books or watched any of his videos. I just knew I was supposed to hate him.

After I became conservative in 2016, I stared listening to Glenn Beck and realized he's really smart. I love everything he does. I already know a lot of what is in this book, but it's still an interesting read and I always learn new things.  

Haven't finished it yet – I'll write more later when I do. I am usually reading 4-5 books at the same time.

January, 2022

7. Red-Handed: How American Elites Get Rich Helping China Win by Peter Schweizer

Great book. Nothing in this surprised me.

In fact, I made a video about this, which is one of my very favorite videos, possibly my favorite, called China Girl:

I have read a few of Peter Schweizer's books. I started with Clinton Cash back in 2016;  that's initially what woke me up to the Clinton Crime Family.

One thing I disagree with in the book is Elon Musk. He says Elon Musk is in bed with China.

I don't think so. I think he's an undercover white hat.

Read my post, Rocket's Red Glare: Why We Need Space Force.

6. Dying to Be Me: My Journey From Cancer To Near Death To True Healing by Anita Moorjani

I started this book but haven't finished it yet. I'm listening to it on audiobook.

It was recommended to me by my good friend who got breast cancer a few years ago and has completely recovered.

I am very interested in near death experiences (NDEs). I read Dannion Brinkley's Saved By The Light back in the mid 1990s. Need to reread it.

I really agree with what it says on the cover of the book. Heaven is a state, not a place.

This is what David Wilcock says (see below) and I couldn't agree more. Interestingly, Dannion Brinkley is good friends with David Wilcock.

5. Rigged: How the Media, Big Tech, and the Democrats Seized Our Elections by Mollie Hemingway

Fabulous book about how the election was stolen. Impossible to read this and continue to believe the mainstream media lie that Joe Biden won. Irrefutable.

Alex Berenson (see below) needs to read this book. Perhaps he already has by now.

4. Pandemia by Alex Berenson

Just finished this book. I really enjoyed it.

Alex Berenson, a former New York Times reporter, is one of the very best journalists alive today. This book has over 800 footnotes, so it is extremely well-referenced.

I stayed on top of all the the news on the "plandemic" in 2020 and 2021, and I loved reading this book because it was a very accurate recounting of what happened. He gets it all right, with a few exceptions.

He was wrong about the election not being stolen. And he's wrong about v@ccines being okay other than these new ones. They are all poison.

I also really liked Berenson's 2019 book, Tell Your Children: The Truth About Marijuana, Mental Illness and Violence. He got a lot of flack for that book, too, because people want to believe marijuana is safe and harmless, which it is not.

What I like the most about Berenson is that he is not afraid to tell the truth, regardless of what anyone thinks of him. He's also a great writer. Easy to digest and entertaining.

I recommend reading this book.

3. Awakening in the Dream by David Wilcock

There is too much to say about this book so I won't say anything for now. I'll write a review later.

You know when a book blows your mind so much that you are literally speechless? David Wilcock does that to me every single time.

2. The Ascension Mysteries by David Wilcock

David Wilcock is one of my top ten favorite writers ever. Maybe even top five.

I am in the process of reading all of his books and reading all of his videos. I find him to be authentic, extremely well-researched, very smart, and a compelling writer. His books are nothing short of fascinating.

1. The Real Anthony Fauci by Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

Hands down, one of the top 10 books I've ever read in my life. Not only is it well-written, it is unbelievably well-researched.

I honestly think everyone on Planet Earth needs to read this book.  Immediately.

If you don't read it, you're an idiot. There is really nothing more to say. Sorry, hate to sound rude, but I'm dead serious.

Someone in my family refused to read this book because she said RFK is a "known anti-vaxxer."  

I'd like to call her and find out what she thinks of Justin Trudeau now that he's teargassing the Canadian truckers and they are freezing their bank accounts. And isn't it interesting that not a single world leader has spoken out against Trudeau's actions.

And the people in Australia who are being burned with microwave weapons.

Everyone needs to read this book and if you don't, you are ignorant and complicit in crimes against humanity.