REVIEW: “Infinite Possibilities” by Mike Dooley

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What You Think Is What You Get

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If you think your life choices are limited, Infinite Possibilities might change your mind. Mike Dooley’s book covers Law of Attraction (LOA) concepts.

The Law of Attraction is the belief what you focus on will manifest eventually. For example, if you keep thinking about the TV show Stranger Things, something related to the show will pop up in your life. You might find a box of Eggo waffles in the grocery store or a Hawkins middle school T-shirt at the mall. It’s the little synchronicities that count.

I found Infinite Possibilities more hands-on than The Secret. Not to say I would toss The Secret aside, but the book merely tells readers good things will come if they only think about it. Sure, that’s cool and all, but you won’t manifest a yummy Chipotle burrito out of thin air. We haven’t reached that level of human evolution with those possible abilities. We live in a 3D reality where we have to get out of the couch and make things happen with physical action.

Dooley’s Epic Life

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Dooley changed his negative career beliefs and ended up working for Price Waterhouse Coopers. As an international tax consultant, he was able to travel to places he never thought he’d visit during his lifetime.

Can the same things happen to you? Miracles happen if you believe in the power of your thoughts.


Infinite Possibilities is a nice coffee table book you’d pick up when you’re completely out of motivation. I recommend reading it more than once to grasp the book’s concepts. Reread your highlighted favorites at least.

For avid Law of Attraction fans, you can add this to your LOA collection. You either may find something new or the same, repeated themes. There were a few chapters I merely skimmed because I read it before in other books.

Infinite Possibilities is about changing your mental state. Change your inner world and watch your reality transform.

Have you read any LOA books like Infinite Possibilities or anything from Mike Dooley? Feel free to comment below!

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20 Books for Ancient Aliens Fans

Waiting until spring for the latest Ancient Aliens season to come out? Bored of binge-watching the old episodes?

Chill out! There are 20 books Ancient Aliens fans can read written by regular guests of the show.

Ancient Alien Theories

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1. The 12th Planet by Zecharia Sitchin

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An alien race called the Anunnaki have come to earth for gold to save their planet’s dying atmosphere. They created humans to do all the dirty work, but the humans rebelled against their creators.

Sounds like an insane creation tale, right? Not to Sitchin. He uncovered this Anunnaki myth after 30 years studying ancient Sumerian tablets.

2. The Ancient Alien Question by Philip Coppens

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What is the alien connection to Puma Punku? The Nazca lines? All the answers lie within The Ancient Alien Question.

3. Ancient Aliens & Secret Societies by Mike Bara

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Modern secret societies are keeping alien knowledge for themselves instead of sharing it with the public. Even NASA has a dark role in this scheme.

4. The Bible & Flying Saucers by Barry H. Downing

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Jesus comes from another planet and aliens have helped Moses part the Red Sea. Sounds like a great topic to share with your strict Christian family, right?

WARNING: This is a rare and expensive book on Amazon.

5. Bloodlines of the Gods by Nick Redfern

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Ordinary people are born with Rh-positive blood, but the negative blood types are different. Those born with this unique bloodline might be living evidence of alien-manipulated DNA.

6. Chariots of the Gods by Erich von Daniken

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Originally published in 1968, Chariots of the Gods proposes aliens have contacted humans in the past. This book made it to the bestseller list despite angry scientists and archaeologists ripping their hair out.

7. Star Ancestors by Nancy Red Star

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Native American tribes share the story of their ancestors’ contact with aliens. The aliens aka “Sky Elders” taught the natives how to keep the world in balance.


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8. Aliens, Angels, and Demons by  Ariel B. Tzadok

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Aged religious records mention supernatural beings mingling with humans. Who were they and what messages do they have about our future?

9. Lost Secrets of the Watchers by William Henry

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Long ago, angels taught humans magic including dimensional transformation and stargate construction. Why did this arcane knowledge disappear?

Mythologist William Henry explains the angels’ rise and fall from hidden biblical history.


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10. The Expected One by Kathleen McGowan

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The Expected One is an adventure story associated with lost biblical secrets. A journalist’s research leads her to the sacred Gospel of Mary Magdalene. Only a select few can find it.

This book has Da Vinci Code vibes all over it. 🙂

11. Night Talk by George Noory

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Thanks to a hacker, a paranormal late-night talk show host ends up with a stack of classified documents and government agents hot on his trail.


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12. Origins of the Sphinx by Robert Schoch

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Natural evidence on the Sphinx shows it’s much older than what mainstream historians believe. According to Schoch, a pre-Pharaonic dynasty had a part in it.

13. The Orion Mystery by Robert Bauval

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Robert Bauval explains the Great Pyramids’ intentional alignment with Orion’s belt. Their connection to the stars has an answer to the pyramids’ ultimate purpose.

Modern Alien Stories

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14. The Ascension Mysteries by David Wilcock

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Humanity’s trapped in an intergalactic battle between good and evil. Wilcock shares his personal story leading to this revelation and what it spells for the future of Earth.

15. The Day after Roswell by William J. Birnes

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Colonel Philip J. Coven explains what happened after the Roswell incident and the cover-ups the government used on the public.

16. Encounter in Rendlesham Forest by Nick Pope

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Two UK soldiers have encountered an alien spacecraft in Rendlesham forest. What they reveal will make you question how many UFO secrets our governments are hiding.

17. The Mars Mystery by Graham Hancock

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Are there ancient structures on Mars?  The Mars Mystery states there were beings on the red planet, but NASA is covering up all the juicy details.

18. Mysterious Lights & Crop Circles by Linda Moulton Howe

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Eyewitnesses have seen flashing orbs in fields at night and crop circles appearing during the day. Linda Moulton Howe takes on a two-year investigation studying the crop circle mania.

Mysterious Creations

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19. Gobekli Tepe: Genesis of the Gods by Andrew Collins

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A Turkish shepherd stumbles upon Gobekli Tepe, presumably older than the Great Pyramids and Stonehenge combined. Whatever archaeologists discover may change what we know about our ancient history forever.

20. Vimana Aircraft of Ancient India & Atlantis by David Hatcher Childress

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Ancient Hindu texts reveal stories of mythical, mind-controlled aircrafts called vimanas. Childress unravels its origins and their connection to the lost city of Atlantis.


Now,  where are Giorgio Tsoukalos’ books? After all, he is the Ancient Aliens host. All I could find was his foreword contribution in von Daniken’s Twilight of the Gods.

Tsoukalos is head of Legendary Times magazine, but the company hasn’t published anything since 2008.

Giorgio, you’re awesome, but I need you to get some more writing done.

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End of the Year Book Tag 2017!

Welcome to the “End of the Year” Tag!

This is the first time I’ve ever done these book blog tags. I found this fun one via ccampaign7 @ Charmed Book Haven Reviews. Ariel Bessett is the original tag creator.

Question #1: “Are there any books you started this year that you need to finish?”Image result for dragon ball volume 1

Yep, I’m finishing:

  1. The Convoluted Universe by Dolores Cannon(New Age)
  2. Dragon Ball series by Akira Toriyama (Manga)
  3. The Great Pyramid Hoax by Scott Creighton (Ancient Mysteries)
  4. The Secret Teachings of All Ages by Manly P. Hall (Esoteric)
    1. The thickest book I’ve read this year!

Question #2: “Do you have an autumnal book to transition into the end of the year?”

Lol, what? Nope.

Question #3: “Is there a new release you’re still waiting for?”

I found news Drunvalo Melchizedek was coming out with The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life (vol.3). I read volumes 1 and 2 a few years ago.

So far, I haven’t seen it on sale on Amazon or any bookstore sites yet.

Question #4: “What are three books you want to read before the end of the year?”

  1. Interview with the Vampire by Anne Rice (Paranormal)
  2. Leap of Perception by Penney Peirce (New Age)
  3. Smarter Faster Better by Charles Duhigg (Productivity)

Question #5: “Is there a book you think could still shock you and become your favorite book of the year?”Image result for the lost continent of mu

I have my hopes on James Churchward’s The Lost Continent of Mu. I freaking love lost mythical civilizations!

Question #6: “Have you already started making plans for 2018?”

Heck yes! Thanks to my extensive Goodreads list, I’ve already included the following:Image result for crazy rich asians goodreads

  1. Beautiful Animals by Lawrence Osborne (Mystery/thriller)
  2. Chariots of the Gods by Erick Von Daniken (Ancient alien theory)
  3. Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan (Chick-lit)
  4. The Demon Crown by James Rollins (Adventure)
  5. The Magus of Java: Teachings of an Authentic Taoist Immortal by Kosta Danaos (Taoism)
  6. Tools of Titans by Tim Ferriss (Self-improvement)


Go ahead. I dare you to do this tag! Please link your posts in the comments below. I’d love to know what you got! 

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If Santa Gave Me 25 Books for Christmas…

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Instead of having all of your presents on Christmas Day, what if Santa came by every day for 25 days giving you one gift?

I’d ask Santa to give me 25 books:

25 Books Christmas Wish List

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  1. Alanna: The First Adventure by Tamora Pierce
    • Read it middle school. Never owned the book.
  2. Angelology by Danielle Trussoni
  3. The Atlantean Legacy by Paula Bates
  4. Mask and Shadows by Stephanie Burgis
  5. Welcome to Night Vale by Joseph Fink & Jeffrey Cranor

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  1. Berserk by Kentaro Miura
    • Have to read the manga since the anime ended it with a serious cliffhanger!
  2. Dead Tube by Mikoto Yamaguchi & Touta Kitakawa
    • Only available in French for some reason
  3. Demon Love Spell by Mayu Shinjo
  4. Happy Mania by Moyoko Anno
  5. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure by Hirohiko Araki
    • Currently unavailable 😦

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  1. The Alchemy of Sexual Energy by Mantak Chia
  2. A Beginner’s Guide to Creating Reality by Ramtha
  3. Nothing in this Book is True, but It’s Exactly How Things Are by Bob Frissell
  4. The Pineal Gland: The Eye of God by Manly P. Hall
    • Currently in love with Hall’s works since I’ve started reading The Secret Teachings of All Ages.
  5. The Secret Source by Maja D’Aoust & Adam Parfrey

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  1. Become an Idea Machine by Claudia Azula Altucher
  2. Crush It! by Gary Vaynerchuk
  3. Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell
  4. The First 20 Hours by Josh Kaufman
  5. The Now Habit by Neil Fiore

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  1. 2,000 to 10,000 by Rachel Aaron
  2. The Fluff-Free Freelance Writing Master Course by Alina Bradford
  3. The Miracle Morning for Writers by Hal Elrod
  4. On Writing by Stephen King
  5. You Are a Writer by Jeff Goins





I’m ready to see the books I’ll get this Christmas! If I don’t get any, those lovely  Amazon and bookstore gift cards I always find in my Christmas stocking will do. 😉

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My November 2017 Book Haul

November was another small reading month. I read some great books including Asterix the Gaul. The last time I’ve read anything related to the French comic was high school.

Asterix is an incredibly popular character in European comic history. France has even dedicated a theme park to Asterix’s world.

Here’s my November 2017 book haul:

Adult Non-Fiction

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1. Infinite Possibilities by Mike Dooley (3/5 stars)

Law of Attraction fans should consider reading Infinite Possibilities. The book can be a bit repetitive, but it’s still a good read.

Recommended for readers into:

  • Law of Attraction
  • New Age Spirituality
  • Self-Help

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2. Pitch Anything by Oren Klaff (3/5 stars)

Do you suck at pitches? Pitch Anything will do wonders for you.

Oren Klaff uses one simple method to nail all his pitches. This book reveals the juicy details to kickstart your pitching game!

Recommended for readers into:

  • Business
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Marketing

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3. It Was the Best of Sentences, It Was the Worst of Sentences by June Casagrande (3/5 stars)

You’re going to have grammar lessons for life as a full-time writer. Read this book if you desperately need to improve sentence skills!

June Casagrande uncovers grammar topics you need to know from relative clauses to those accursed semi-colons.

Recommended for readers into:

  • Language
  • Reference books
  • Writing
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4. Hustle by Neil Patel, Jonas Koffler, and Peter Vlaskovitz (4/5 stars) (review)

The authors reveal how they’ve made it to the top of their careers through hustling. You’ll learn to do the same (results may vary).

Recommended for readers into:

  • Business
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Self-Help


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1. Asterix the Gaul by René Goscinny (4/5 stars)

The Romans have conquered all of Gaul except for the little town of Amorica. Asterix has kept the village safe from Roman invasion.

The town druid Getafix makes invincibility potions for Asterix to scare the Romans away. Eventually, the Romans kidnap Getafix to reveal his secret potion recipe.

Asterix must save his druid friend before the Romans finally find a way to destroy and conquer Amorica.

Recommended for readers into:

  • European comics
  • Historical fiction comics
  • Stories set in ancient civilizations

 That’s all for November 2017! Look out for my December haul later this month.

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