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originally posted by: CharGreen
Has anyone read through the website Montalk.net? This site has been up for a while as far as I can tell, but doesn't look like content has changed or been added in some time from what I can tell.
This site describes 4D aliens as having us trapped in a matrix control system,and a lot of other info.
What are your thoughts on this?
"Was Carlos Castaneda fake in his books? It seems the answer is a strong “yes.” There is little or no evidence that the books are true, and abundant evidence casting doubt on the entire story. Many things in the books are obviously false. The Yaqui don’t use peyote, and don Juan was supposedly a Yaqui shaman teaching a “Yaqui way of knowledge” yet Don Juan does not use yaqui words or concepts in his conversation or teachings."
"Chronologically, Castaneda's accounts cannot be factual. Castaneda was a faker, a cult leader, and several of his followers who vanished after his death have since been found dead in suspicious circumstances. Casteneda’s books were not factual. In fact, much of his stuff was plagiarized from other authors."
"Imagine my surprise when I learned that the most successful author of “Indian” books of all time was a fake."
The Fake Carlos Castaneda
"Yes, it was all made up... see his Widow's book: www.amazon.com..."
"The godfather of the New Age led a secretive group of devoted followers in the last decade of his life. His closest "witches" remain missing, and former insiders, offering new details, believe the women took their own lives..." "I firmly believe Carlos brainwashed himself." Did the witches? Geuter put it this way: "Florinda, Taisha and the Blue Scout knew it was a fantasy structure. But when you have thousands of eyes looking back at you, you begin to believe in the fantasy. These women never had to answer to the real world. Carlos had snatched them when they were very young."
The dark legacy of Carlos Castaneda