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Books for Reading List: The Life of Gargantua and Pantagruel

Some have asked about books to read for their reading list. Studying Giants? Tartary? Want to see the clues from primary sources?
That's what the Meme Library is for. They are clues to point you in a direction of study. Its up to you to go do the research and decide for yourself your position. One based in primary evidence, a position derived from critical thinking, self evaluation, examination of granular details.
No one here is going to tell you what to think or how. We are a public group open to our communities, to help lift each other in a path to our creator. The case of a creator is obvious due to the fact that there is great and obvious evil that controls earth. We are not here to argue to debate natures duality. i.e. Feminine/Masculine Black/White Ying/Yang Flora/Fauna God/Devil these are natures inherent codes.
We are here, and this is very important, to help each other to see the truth in this inverted reality. The more people that wake up to the spell cast upon mankind, the better life gets here on earth for all of us.
Resources have been created for you to entertain your mind in all of these new exciting avenues. The adventures that await, exploring with friends to kick back information and help interpret some seriously deep stuff.
This would be a book easily found at the archive which is linked through the website. Finally, a note about the book. It was written in a time where many ideas were frowned upon and writers had to encode these ideas into their works. The reading is pretty gruesome, but if you were a giant then you'd prob sheit all over us smalls too. Enjoy!

The Life of Gargantua and of Pantagruel
16th century by François Rabelais
François Rabelais was a French Renaissance writer, physician, Renaissance humanist, monk and Greek scholar. He has historically been regarded as a writer of satire, the grotesque, bawdy jokes, and songs.