by Paris Tosen

From one of the world's most unusual minds comes the discovery of a lifetime. There are human-looking androids on Capitol Hill. But who built the androids, and how can we be sure they are artificial? In Androids Among Us, Paris Tosen, the founder of reality science, presents the pieces of this advanced puzzle. From his initial observations and realization to medical explanations and geopolitical concerns, this book unveils one of the most important discoveries of the 21st century.

Featuring additional commentary and insight alongside video-captured black and white images of the androids in action, Androids Among Us is a full discussion of a plan 1,000 years more advanced than current human science. Perfect for the alternative thinker and those dissatisfied with orthodox explanations for a world gone mad, this book is written by the discoverer himself, Paris Tosen, a rising thinker in manufactured realities and synthetic humans.

Also published under title of Persons Artificial.



American Androids Critical Edition

5.5 x 8.5, 302 pp
ISBN 978-1981204397
paperback, NONFICTION

published on November 29, 2017

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* The author of this work wishes to state that he is not against the United States of America and has nothing against the three key persons identified herein. This groundbreaking discovery is primarily about an interdimensional group of scientists who are using advanced techniques to hijack America and key aspects of the world. The key intention is to expose their android agenda.

* The research on living androids ("synthetic humans") is in its early stages of discovery. This research is on-going and new insights will continue to be revealed in the future. These books contain the best knowledge on androids to date. Price may vary.