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DEEP DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE: The World is Not What You Think by Adin Kachisi

DEEP DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE: The World is Not What You Think

by Adin Kachisi

374 pages
Unveiling secrets and revealing hidden mysteries to free humanity.

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About the Book
An extensively illustrated, thought-provoking blend of forbidden subjects and unexplained world mysteries, DEEP DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE challenges established beliefs, views, norms and current structures on a journey to unveil the hidden mysteries of mankind: past, present and reality itself.

This groundbreaking book deciphers cross-cultural symbols and meticulously analyses language to weave ancient global myths, stories, and art into a matrix of interconnected mysteries replete with sagas of ancient atomic wars, interstellar travels, genetic engineering and even the use of artificial intelligence.

Are we living on a prison planet with evidence of human recycling after death and collective amnesia? Or a strange world where mysterious buildings pop up overnight, dead people turn out to be alive, half-human hybrids live among us? Maybe both?

The book reveals the truth behind our current state as pawns for parasitic elites, dispensable batteries for economies and mass consumers of unworthy products, ideologies, entertainment and prescribed dreams. The mind-blowing information and stunning conclusions will radically alter the way we view the world and ourselves. One of the most important mysteries of all time is rediscovered, unveiled and solved; an ancient artifact capable of changing human history, providing limitless free energy, interstellar travel, and physical longevity.

Uniquely structured, the book starts with the present era and then goes back in time to the ancient past, before finally returning back to the present and framing the future of humanity. After all, how else can the future be wisely charted without exhuming secrets of the ancient past as well as taking inventory of the present state of reality?

The book opens by dissecting current reality and showing the discrepancy between what we are told by society, academia and sciences, versus what we see, hear, and feel. Experiences like lucid dreams, déjà vu, reincarnation, synchronicities, teleportation, time and space alterations, and even the concept that our reality is split into different timelines are all part of common people’s experiences but are neither validated nor clearly explained by mainstream science. Do we live in a simulated reality? Is someone or something deliberately altering our current timeline events and reality?

The book also deeply delves into other fringe subjects like ancient civilizations and their lost advanced technologies, stargates, and portals to other galaxies and dimensions, secrets of the old gods, the extraterrestrial question, and our place in the world today.


“Deep Down the Rabbit Hole" provides the reader with an assemblage of nearly all that we don’t know nor completely understand in spite of modern science and common sense, but yet have experienced by individuals throughout our human history up to today. It is written in an entertaining style with “tons” of illustrations and I’m sure you will find it worthwhile pondering the mysteries it explores.
- Fred Alan Wolf PhD, aka Dr. Quantum®, author of many books and audio courses including Parallel Universes, The Yoga of Time Travel and Dr. Quantum Presents: Do-it-Yourself Time Travel.



About the Author
Adin Kachisi Adin Kachisi is an unconventional researcher challenging entrenched views with insights on the need to rethink society. He holds an M.A. in Urban Planning from the University of Hertfordshire and a Graduate Diploma in Interdisciplinary studies from UWA. His broad experience also includes arts-humanities and built-environment allowing him interdisciplinary analysis.



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