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I have written permission from the author of the book “Mystery 666” to repost any and all parts of the book.  Note: This book was written in 1977. If you look at the information contained within, it is still extremely relevant to what is currently being seen in our world.

From what i am aware there are hardly any copies of this book left in the world as it was banned, therefore it is not kept here (as i do not own it) but after reading i contacted the author was given expressed permission to reprint. Please feel free to read these documents as per each PDF file. This is the first part i have scanned.

These 7 documents below represent 2 pages from the first part of the abovementioned book.

Mystery666-0001 – Book Cover

Mystery666-0003 – Author , Copyright & Contents Page

Mystery666-0004 – Contents Page 2 & Chapter 1

Mystery666-0005

Mystery666-0006

Mystery666-0007

Mystery666-0008

Mystery666-0009

Mystery666-0010

The second part is here

nativeamericanrightsmovement

By Marc Dadigan August 9, 2012

Wintu coming of age ceremony
Marc Dadigan
Sisk (right) was ticketed for having a motorboat on the river during the ceremony.

Read more:http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2012/08/09/winnemem-wintu-tribe-wrestles-with-bureaucracy-to-perform-sacred-ritual-128159 http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2012/08/09/winnemem-wintu-tribe-wrestles-with-bureaucracy-to-perform-sacred-ritual-128159#ixzz234aq2txC

Following many protests and support from grassroots activists to protect the privacy of their Coming of Age ceremony, the Winnemem Wintu Tribe was allowed to hold its ceremony along the McCloud River in northern California with minimal interference from outsiders.

The U.S. Forest Service (USFS) owns the ceremony site and runs it as a campground. In the months leading up to this year’s ceremony (June 30 to July 3), the tribe lobbied the USFS to enforce a mandatory river closure so that they could conduct their ceremony with dignity and some privacy. (Previous Coming of Age ceremonies were marred by heckling from recreational boaters and other park visitors.) Following a protest by the tribe at the regional USFS office in Vallejo, California, the USFS…

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