Throughout eons of time, we have trusted and relied on our mystics, shaman, priests, and lay preachers to impart what awaits us in the next life, but what if it’s all an illusion? What really lurks behind the veil between this world and the next?

Multi-Layered beliefs inherited from our ancestors have formed a myriad of religions and spiritual paths that are many centuries old, leading many to draw the conclusion that beyond this life there is a dimensional repository for our loved ones, and by inference for ourselves when we pass over.

What if however, this is an illusion presented by the very beings that exist within that realm, a realm we are told is very close to our own. The Deceptions of God’s and Men paves the way for an alternative viewpoint with a hypothesis based on snippets of insight gleaned from ancient manuscripts and teachings that were left behind by our ancestors. This publication shines a spotlight on those beings that slip through the veil from their world to ours, revealing a shocking array of deceitful disguises whose only purpose is to keep our eye off the ball.

This book will challenge the way we perceive these fraudulent messengers as it reveals the disturbing connections within the world of the paranormal, ufology, cryptozoology, and the occult. It also delves into how some of those humans in power have manipulated us into accepting an agenda that was never our own.

From the earliest stories come suggestions of a polarized world, good versus evil, yin and yang, black and white, but authors and researchers Barry Fitzgerald and Brian Allan burrow beneath this narrative to reveal the path of the puppet masters. Their promise of power and wealth has led to lucrative multimillion-pound contracts whose foundations are the bones of the innocent.

The beings are not as alien as they first seemed and the long path to discovery concludes with some very unsettling revelations, confirming that there is a need for balance in a world that seems lost.

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