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Those Who Would Arouse Leviathan
We are living in a post-apocalyptic era where the only constant is the millstone of isolation that weighs down upon the sentient like the world on the shoulders of Atlas. Speak and no one hears, cry and no one cares, laugh and surely you are as mad as those who have brought us here. Those Who Would Arouse Leviathan is an inside account of how and why they did. Long Island is “an evil dirty place.” The Montauk Project, Flight 800, and the Amityville Horror, I am a witness to all of them and this book is my testimony.
Those Who Would Arouse Leviathan Testimonials
Reviewed in the United States on January 14, 2021
I’ve been waiting for Jack Heart’s book to be available for practical absorption since 2014 when I first became aware of the riveting work on his blog. I’ve been dedicated to wiping the cobwebs of illusion from the corners of my mind since ’96, when I first encountered the work of Bill Cooper. Jack goes WAY beyond anything Bill ever put to paper. Long Island NY is a mysterious place, part suburban blue-collar power-plant, part extreme upper-crust playground and part deep black mystery. Jack rips back the polite (and not so polite) veneer on not only Long Island but reality at large. There are beings foot-loose on this plane, older than our ambition but not our fears. Their existence is the open secret of secrets. You are not who they say you are. Stay Human.
~ Morgonzo ~
Reviewed in the United States on January 8, 2021
Do you know what the truth looks like? Do you know what it feels like when you read the truth? Many times during my reading of this book I experienced the visceral grip of a spiritual truth being discerned deep within me. The path followed by Jack seeking enlightenment is decidedly the more hidden fork in the road. He spares nothing in his search for love. The many essays and articles of Jack Heart’s extensive body of work are the result of these unbelievable true beginnings.
~ Deborah Ward ~
Reviewed in the United States on January 11, 2021
Some of the greatest artists, philosophers, and warriors arise from inflection points in humanity. I believe Jack is such a person, in such a time. Years of reading, communicating, and observing, but still sleep walking through life. This book pushed me over the edge and encouraged embracing a different perspective. We are more than what we are told. Remember your power.
~ Amazon Customer ~
Reviewed in the United States on January 11, 2021
Jack Heart has had, by anyone’s measure, one colorful life filled with experiences only found in one’s imagination or even nightmares. For those who understand reality is not as it seems, then this is your book. Highly recommended.
~ Bill Michaels ~
Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2021
After having read Jack Heart’s blog posts for last year or so was excited to pick up this book (lucky, too, as when ordered here on Amazon was last copy available). Love the unfolding tale of events along the author’s path and his writing style. What a world (or better yet, worlds) you will experience in reading “Those Who Would Arouse Leviathan.”
~ Auggyowl ~
Reviewed in the United States on January 22, 2021
If you are looking for the truth and not just living your life in a mind controlled bubble, Jack Heart will get you on the right path. I definitely recommend this book and I’m so glad to hear he found a way to get it out there to be consumed by all who still have the desire to hear the truth regardless if it makes you feel good or bad. Jack Heart will never be famous for to get there all must swear allegiance to the hidden hand, a small group of folks who rule through misdirection and who are currently brick by brick removing our culture and history for a less accurate one and now, a more chaotic one, for chaos is needed to tear society completely apart so they can then rebuild it to their satisfaction and in their image. Many will die, many will lose their minds and many will have a bootheel on their head for ever as a result
~ jsigur ~
Reviewed in the United States on January 7, 2021
If one takes the author’s writings seriously the way one’s reality is interpreted should forever change. The difference between magick and technology is actually one’s point of view. There truly is nothing new under the sun, and Ragnarok is merely returning yet again on the great cosmic cycle
~ John Moffett ~
Reviewed in Australia on 13 January 2021
his book reads like a series from Twin Peaks. It’s a mix of biographical information (from someone who has had too much crime, drugs and it seems Government experimentation) and occult knowledge. I think the author missed the wave of popularity of his writing and should have released the book earlier. You can check out his blog for free samples of his writing, as well as essays on Veterans Today. I found some parts hard to follow because it is not told in sequential order. Good writing style otherwise.
~ Anon ~
Reviewed in France
Myths are considered as fiction. But in reality, we should view them as templates for the unknown avatars who walk on this earth. Carl Jung said « It is something that happens to man, and men have mythical fates just as much as the Greek heroes do. Speaking of Christ, Jung added that ‘The fact that the life of Christ is largely myth does absolutely nothing to disprove its factual truth, quite the contrary.’ I would even go so far as to say that the mythical character of a life is just what expresses its universal human validity. It is with this view in mind that Jack Heart’s story should be read ; And I urge anyone who still have a soul to read it. Those Who Arouse Leviathan is the story of a man, the story of a love, the story of an encounter with the goddess and the awakening of a god at war with the demiurge, but also the story of all the Jack Hearts scattered around the world. Those Who Arouse Leviathan est l’histoire d’un homme, l’histoire d’un amour, l’histoire d’une rencontre avec la déesse et l’éveil d’un dieu en guerre contre le démiurge, mais aussi l’histoire de tous les Jack Heart éparpillés dans le monde. Jack couvre également un des évènements les plus connus du folklore américain en tant que témoin personnel : les meurtres d’Amytiville. Ses mots sont clairs, précis et sans concessions tandis que la narration est digne des plus grands thrillers.
~ Romain ~
Reviewed in Canada on January 19, 2021
Not only a must read for anyone who has followed the writings of Jack Heart, but a must read for anyone who longs to find the key which will open the next chapter in their own life. I only have one real fear in life and this book both augments that fear and reassures me that the only thing I have to fear is fear itself. The book takes three of my passions; strip clubs, The Montauk Project and the search for the esoteric reality behind our existence and packs it into a wild ride which you won’t be able to put down, and if you’re paying attention you may just learn something before you’re through.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 28 January 2021
Let Jack Heart take you on a very singular ride through unearthly Long Island, to Babylon!
The Pagans, mobsters, and the strip clubs present a ‘Greek Chorus’ to the Archetypal meeting of the Sacred and the Profane.
The reader is presented with a story of spiritual awakening, blended with front-line reportage which was never writ so bold.
I forgot to tell you, it’s a heart rending love story as well, but as we all know, “Love is the Law, Love under Will.”
“The Queen of Life took her bow and then prepared to go. The Prince of Peace embraced the gloom, and walked the night alone…”
The author’s father speaks to us, entreating “never believe anything you hear, and only half of what you see…”
The shaman of our ages known as Morrison quoth: “Ghosts crowd the young child’s fragile eggshell mind” Jack takes us along as fellow Riders on the Storm
As well-read and post-modern freedom seekers, I’m sure you are all familiar with Aleister Crowley, The Amityville Horror and Stranger Things? This book will provide you with both a front row seat, and some deeply personal context. Playing strange games with the girls of the Island never sounded so dangerous…
~ Julian briercliffe ~
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