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Acclaimed Japanese scientist praises book by NZ authors

Acclaimed Japanese scientist praises book by New Zealand authors

The Director of Japan’s Advanced-Science Technology Research Organization, Dr. Takaaki Musha, describes a new release book by a New Zealand father-and-son writing team as “the secret history of the 20th Century and the early 21st Century.”

Dr. Takaaki Musha, a former senior research scientist at the Technical Research and Development Institute of Japan’s Ministry of Defense, expresses his views in the foreword to Lance and James Morcan’s book, The Orphan Conspiracies: 29 Conspiracy Theories from The Orphan Trilogy.

Dr. Musha, who is also Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Space Exploration, says the book also discloses exactly what is happening right now behind the scenes – in underground bunkers, in the corridors of power, in prime banks and meetings of the global elite.

“This book is also about the purposeful bankrupting of nations around the world, the inherently corrupt monetary system and the scam of modern banking – all of which have obviously become major vices of our era,” he says.

“I believe that financial domination is one of the main methods used to enslave the people of this world.

“I expect readers of this book will be surprised by the level of knowledge imparted in its pages especially with its revelations of exotic technologies, financial injustices, political deceptions and suppressed scientific discoveries. I also expect readers will be inspired by the lifting of the veil that occurs when long-guarded information is absorbed.”

Dr. Musha, who was employed for many years developing naval underwater weapon systems, says he often suspected there existed extraordinary technologies developed by the world’s superpowers.

“I am of the opinion that most of these technologies have been concealed from the public’s eyes.”

“The world’s governments have many classified layers and outsiders rarely gain access to their hidden secrets. And certainly no common man can get confirmation of the existence of exotic technologies.”

The Morcans say The Orphan Conspiracies, their first non-fiction book, examines 29 conspiracy theories highlighted in their top rating international thriller series, The Orphan Trilogy.

“It fully explores the real-world suppositions, assumptions and theories we included in our fictional series and provides answers to the questions our readers have been asking,” says Lance Morcan.

“Conspiracy theories explored range from false flag operations, international banksters, genius techniques of the elite and suppressed science to the Queen’s invisible riches, the Medical Industrial Complex and real-life Manchurian Candidates.”

Since its release in April, The Orphan Conspiracies has already appeared in Amazon’s bestseller lists in its appropriate category (Social Sciences and Media Studies).

The early chapters and Dr. Musha’s foreword can be freely accessed via the Amazon site at http://www.amazon.com/The-Orphan-Conspiracies-Conspiracy-Theories-ebook/dp/B00J4MPFT6/

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