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In his monumental first book host of The Secret Teachings radio show, Ryan Gable, ties together the nature of reality with several complex areas of research into a three part, 730 page guide to our experience as humans on Earth that will always leave you wanting more.

The Grand Illusion is unlike most books on the occult, symbols, the paranormal, etc. It is an examination of language and how it has been used to imprison us in a fake reality, not understandingour true purpose.

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“This book is a true tour-de-force of esoteric subjects which I find so utterly fascinating.”
– Brad Olsen, author of Modern Esoteric: Beyond Our Senses and Future Esoteric: The Unseen Realms
“We applaud activists like Ryan Gable…”
– Richard Gage, head of A&E for 9/11 truth
“In his riveting book, The Grand Illusion: Slaves to Perception, author Ryan Gable takes us on an eye-opening journey through time, traditions, theories and institutions by examining commonly accepted belief systems and mindfully stepping outside of the proverbial box of spoon-fed assumptions about history and life.”
– Karen A. Dahlman, author of The Spirit of Creativity: Embodying Your Soul’s Passion and The Spirits of Ouija: Four Decades of Communication
“For anyone that has interest in the more esoteric topics of our world should find “The Grand Illusion” to be dictionary, encyclopedia, Bible and thesaurus all in one, for a one-stop-shop of all the wonders of the world, will find over 700 pages and not a single page wasted or cheapened by wordiness.”
                                   -Chip Reichenthal, author of Even the Dead won’t tell you the Truth and host of ‘Beyond the Norm’

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Chip Reichenthal July, 2014
Review: “The Grand Illusion” by Ryan Gable
Even someone like me who seems gratuitous to many books I review and throws words like ‘masterpiece’ around often enough will insist ‘masterpiece’ may be an understatement when trying to find the words to accurately describe this book and how imperative the advantages to owning or reading “The Grand Illusion” by Ryan Gable truly is. For anyone that has interest in the more esoteric topics of our world should find “The Grand Illusion” to be dictionary, encyclopedia, Bible and thesaurus all in one, for a one-stop-shop of all the wonders of the world, will find over 700 pages and not a single page wasted or cheapened by wordiness. I always had a curiosity in ALL subjects covered here…and you take away from reading this book the feeling that practically everything we know is misinformation, lies, or based on inadequate research. The feeling that if we knew our own strengths, both as individuals and in societal means, we would be stronger and incredibly powerful certainly rings true from ALL the information in this masterful read. For in “The Grand Illusion” Ryan Gable gives us inner teachings that may only come from ‘secret societies’ or ‘hidden history’, covering who we are as a species, how we got here and how our perceptions are much more tangible than we could possibly realize, and perhaps we are held down by collective fears that keep us from even asking the real questions that are answered here. Granted, there have been Documentaries that get close to what’s found here, such as “Zeitgeist” or “Endgame”, and some advanced scientific hypotheses about alternate dimensions or quantum physics speculations…some people’s rants about conspiracy theory or UFOlogy may be included. But this book grants you everything you could think of asking before realizing you could ask it. Gable speculates we are ‘slaves to perception’, and makes an astoundingly apt reasoning throughout this massive missive, where every single page paints a picture, an answer, and new questions to ask that are ALSO answered. Rather than go through all the different topics covered in this wonderfully painted portrait of our true ability, I’ll leave you to seek out this book to see all that’s within its pages, otherwise this review would be considerably larger. To take the whole read in context is best described from a Native American fable spelled out in the book’s intro, where the great Creator says “I want to hide something from the Humans until they are ready for it…to which a wise Grandmother mole suggests the Creator puts it within us…as it’s ‘the one place we’d never look’, to which the Creator instantly agrees. Time to take a distinct look inside ourselves, to look at alternate history and everything from the ancients to progressive theorists today, and see for yourselves if you have ANY idea of what’s really real, from our own species and planet, what we ‘think’ is ‘reality’, and what we’ve come to believe in order to maintain some sort of civility may have been a manipulation from the very beginning until now. For most of my adult life I have looked for answers to many of our greatest mysteries, and while I have tried to make some of the most mystical and magical things as normal as a slice of bread, Ryan Gable has taken that and everything else, and added layers, dimensions and alternate explanations. “The Grand Illusion” from Ryan Gable should be a household staple, and anyone who likes to think and wants to be challenged needs to have this book in their realm. 5 Stars out of 5 easily.

Part I attempts to answer the Big Questions of What is the Nature of Reality, Who are we, Where did we come from, and What did we forget?

Part II tackles several Unexplainable Phenomena, Government cover-ups, Extraterrestrials, Black Operation Projects, Health, Secret Societies, History, Media Control, Royal Bloodlines, and more.

In Part III, Ryan goes deep into the world of Sychronicities from the News, 9/11, Mass Shootings, Symbols, Social Engineering, and dozens of other riveting topics.  

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