Gotcha! The Subordination of Free Will
By Eldon Taylor
— For more than a century, a silent battle has been raging for the territory of your mind. The weapons are so covert that the masses have remained unaware of their use. So effective are these tactics that even when the victims are told what is happening, and they make some show of being outraged, they nevertheless allow it to continue. Like a virulent virus, the effects are spreading, exerting a stronger control over a greater number of people on a daily basisÑand we can only wish this was all just fiction!
"Eldon Taylor is so spot on. Gotcha! tells it like it is and
it isn't what we want to happen!"
— George Noory, Host of Coast to Coast AM
In Gotcha, Eldon Taylor explores the 24/7 bombardment of information designed to win the hearts and minds of the public. He demonstrates how new sound-bytes are championed into personal awareness, becoming memes of the culture. All of this results in framing and re-framing classical positions thereby causing adjustments to personal values and history itself. Your very decision process is being managed and manipulated, and the quest for discovering your real self becomes exponentially more difficult if not impossible as a result.
Gotcha exposes the arrival of the Orwellian age in full-blown technicolor. In laying bare the current uses of the many sophisticated techniques, Eldon reveals what it is we need to do in order to avoid allowing others to puppet our thoughts — "What was your last original thought?"
What Reviewers Are Saying
"Gotcha! The Subordination of Free Will is not a little book that you can read in one afternoon, but from the moment I started to read I was hooked! While the subject matter can sound dark, the overall effect of the book is incredibly freeing. They do say that knowledge is power and that was exactly what I got out of this book. I now have the power to see through so many of the games that are commonplace in society today and as such, I have made a huge stride toward uncovering the real me. It really doesn't matter what your personal beliefs are, whether you are an atheist who wants scientific proof for everything, or you are more spiritually inclined and simply believe there is a higher power and that you have a higher purposeÑpeople at both ends of the spectrum need to learn what they are 'not' before they can fully express who they really 'are.'"
— Ravinder Taylor
"Gotcha! The Subordination of Free Will disconnects the snooze bar and calls out to humanity begging us to "Wake up!" Like an overdose of adrenalin mainlined to your heart, this book will pull your brain out of self- and other induced comas.
In this book, Taylor presents why it's time for the 99% to get up, get together, reunite and speak up, responding wisely, acting without reacting. It's is a cosmic dare to reclaim our conscience and free ourselves from the tyranny of fear and greed that has led to narcissistic neediness.
Today we have the knowledge necessary for humanity to evolve. The question is, do we have the courage to fuse conscience and competence and come together to ignite a resolution, rather than ignite a revolution? Compassion, liberty and justice are values that are worth living for."
— Lynnclaire Dennis, Scientist, Author & Artist
"Gotcha! is an eye-opening book on the subject of free will. Is it free? Can we truly will anything? Backed by historical information and cutting-edge science, Gotcha! explores the many forces impeding humankind from realizing free will. I enjoyed the book, as the concept/reality/unreality of "Free Will" has interested me ever since I came across the work of Mokichi Okada (Jorei) and of Dr. Libet. However, Gotcha! was scary as it presents much information that was new to me. Most of this information is not simply of the conspiracy theory ilk, but honest-to-goodness things that gives a man goosebumps! After reading what Dr. Taylor presents in this great book, you will seriously consider moving to Bhutan! I highly recommend this work."
— John L. Turner, M.D. author of Medicine, Miracles and Manifestations
"I'm just in awe of what Eldon is attempting with it here and how courageous and rational he is about it all."
— Suzanne Brady, Editor
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