Top positive review
Even Spooks Get Spooked.
Reviewed in the United States on January 9, 2020
Great read. Free of punctuation or spelling errors. It's a shorter book, only takes about two and half hours to read cover to cover. If you're considering buying it, I recommend several other titles like it, as accompament to this edition. If you're one for fanciful, illogical or paranoid thinking this may not be for you, the basis of this book is not in conventionally asserted reality. Ultimately, Ingo leaves you hanging the same way this information left him. Grasping at a new paradigm, one kept concealed for centuries though not as effectively as today. Truly an expansionary title. A must read for any academician of science or art. If not else, fun. Amusing to read, yet potentially horrifying to some, as the implications are not insignificant. One can always disarm the author by saying he was compelled by book sales, but Ingo, whether by design or default in this text, doesn't possess the self assertion characteristic to charlatanism. One is reminded of the old saying, the more one learns the less one knows. I recommend it. If you are already reading this review, you're already in. Martial artists may get a real kick out of this, too. Ingo mentions studying martial arts in retirement, Qi'Gong in particular. He said that boosted his faculties beyond even what he had come to expect in all his years as a researcher and operator. Even spooks get spooked!