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Interested in books of an ‘alternative’ nature? Books on underground knowledge, suppressed technologies, 21st Century history, media studies, secret learning methods and well researched, well documented conspiracy theories? Then our ‘Underground Knowledge’ group’s bookshelf on is for you!

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Our bookshelf is now loaded with more than 300 titles – and with what we believe to be some of the most well-researched and level-headed conspiracy theory books around. Many are more conspiracy fact than theory.

Here’s just some of the titles on offer:

The Lone Gladio by Sibel Edmonds The Lone Gladio Edmonds, Sibel


Little Brother by Cory Doctorow Little Brother (Little Brother, #1) Doctorow, Cory


Flying Saucers & Science by Stanton T. Friedman Flying Saucers & Science: A Scientist Investigates the Mysteries of UFOs Friedman, Stanton T.


GENIUS INTELLIGENCE by James Morcan GENIUS INTELLIGENCE: Secret Techniques and Technologies to Increase IQ Morcan, James


Reich of The Black Sun by Joseph P. Farrell Reich of The Black Sun: Nazi Secret Weapons & The Cold War Allied Legend Farrell, Joseph


In Search of Schrödinger's Cat by John Gribbin In Search of Schrödinger’s Cat: Quantum Physics and Reality Gribbin, John


Food of the Gods by Terence McKenna Food of the Gods: The Search for the Original Tree of Knowledge McKenna, Terence


The Orphan Trilogy by James Morcan The Orphan Trilogy (The Orphan Trilogy #1-3) Morcan, James


The Transhumanist Wager by Zoltan Istvan The Transhumanist Wager Istvan, Zoltan


Medical Apartheid by Harriet A. Washington Medical Apartheid: The Dark History of Medical Experimentation on Black Americans from Colonial Times to the Present Washington, Harriet A.


Acid Dreams by Martin A. Lee Acid Dreams: The CIA, LSD and the Sixties Rebellion Lee, Martin A.


Half the Sky by Nicholas D. Kristof Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide Kristof, Nicholas D.


Fingerprints of the Gods by Graham Hancock Fingerprints of the Gods: The Evidence of Earth’s Lost Civilization Hancock, Graham


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Ask a hundred people for their definition of the term genius and you’ll likely get a hundred different responses, including widely varying responses. We acknowledge and expand on this in the summary in our new release bestseller GENIUS INTELLIGENCE: Secret Techniques and Technologies to Increase IQ.

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Here’s the relevant excerpt from the book:

Though we are not historians, it’s our impression that in bygone eras the term genius was most used, or, at least often used, when describing brilliant artists like Leonardo da Vinci. Then, in the 20th Century, the term was more often reserved for academics like Albert Einstein. Now, in the 21st Century, it has assumed a broader meaning and is applied to individuals who have achieved extraordinary results in a wide variety of careers, pastimes and fields of endeavor that transcend academia.

Increasingly, we see references in the media and elsewhere to scientific genius or artistic genius or sporting genius, which supports this evolving definition of the word.

Certainly, dictionary definitions (of genius) allow for a broad interpretation. For example, common dictionary definitions include “exceptional intellectual or creative power or other natural ability” and “an exceptionally intelligent person or one with exceptional skill in a particular area of activity.”

A cursory look at our Thesaurus offers mastermind, prodigy, brain, intellect, virtuoso and even whiz kid as alternatives to the word genius.

We hope by now it is clear to you that genius can come in many forms besides the obvious academic giants like Einstein and Stephen Hawking – if in fact you were ever in doubt.

The term genius can legitimately be applied to certain sportsmen (à la golfer Tiger Woods and tennis player Roger Federer), business executives (Sir Richard Branson and Steve Jobs), artists (Andy Warhol and Jackson Pollock), film directors (Alfred Hitchcock and Stanley Kubrick) – and the list goes on.


For what it’s worth, our definition of genius is: Someone who demonstrates rare intellect, who successfully connects dots between seemingly unconnected things and who sees what others don’t to achieve revolutionary outcomes and extraordinary results.


With that in mind, it may be timely to remind you of what German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer said about genius: “Talent hits a target no one else can hit. Genius hits a target no one else can see.”

Given the examples in this book, it should now be evident there have always been individuals learning at speeds many or most mainstream educationalists would have us believe are not possible.

From speed-reading US presidents like JFK and Roosevelt, to great polymaths such as Archimedes and da Vinci, to savants like Kim Peek and Daniel Tammet, to intelligence agents and their ilk, history is full of people achieving intellectual feats well beyond the norm.

We concede it cannot be proven that elite groups are withholding some of the most advanced learning methods from mainstream society. Even so, it’s pretty obvious that little-known accelerated learning techniques do exist in one form or another – techniques (and technologies) capable of increasing IQ.

After reading Genius Intelligence, it should also be obvious that geniuses aren’t usually born geniuses, or, to put it another way, they aren’t necessarily born geniuses. Having studied the lives of numerous geniuses, we were surprised to discover most utilized – or, from a young age, were exposed to – various brain activation methods on their respective journeys to becoming acknowledged masters of their fields.

We have detailed, or at least touched on, many of those methods in this book and also given examples of individuals who reached the top of their respective fields employing their favored brain activation methods and disciplines.

We refer to the likes of business tycoons such as Rupert Murdoch who practice Transcendental Meditation, Hollywood stars like Gwyneth Paltrow who consume Ormus and Robin Williams who used isolation tanks. And other examples like bestselling author and life coach Anthony Robbins who mastered speed-reading, Apple founder Steve Jobs who practiced Yoga for mental inspiration, and former world heavyweight boxing champ Mike Tyson who used hypnosis before each fight.

It should now be abundantly clear many of those who reach the top of their fields use rare or little known methods to improve their mental powers to get the jump on the competition – be that in the intelligence, business, political, arts/entertainment, literary or sporting arenas, or, indeed, in any or all sectors of life.

We trust you’ll now agree the brain’s potential is the human potential!

As technology evolves and new scientific breakthroughs occur – such as revolutionary smart drugs and brain stimulation devices – one thing seems certain: super-intelligence will be an option for everyone in the future.

The signs are that future is not far off. For the elite, or for those in the know at least, it seems the future has already arrived…  


James Morcan & Lance Morcan


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When researching geniuses for our book, GENIUS INTELLIGENCE: Secret Techniques and Technologies to Increase IQ, we discovered Albert Einstein took long walks around Princeton University when pondering complex equations. He often commented that many of his Eureka moments and creative breakthroughs came to him during these walks.

Albert Einstein at Princeton

Einstein…the walking genius.

Further research revealed that walking — like playing chess or drinking pure water — is another of those genius enhancement activities that potentially fall into the “too obvious” or “too simple” category.

Almost everyone has experienced wrestling with a problem all day then finally giving up and going for a stroll in the fresh air and suddenly receiving the answer unexpectedly and without trying.

Some might explain away this phenomenon as merely being the result of relaxing and defocusing from a problem and thereby allowing the subconscious mind to take over. Or others may simply say that virtually all exercise has been shown to benefit the human brain.

And there are no doubt degrees of truth to those counter points.

However, there may also be a sound scientific explanation as to why this low-impact physical exercise often yields the golden solution. Firstly, there’s a rhythmic flow to walking that puts one almost in a trance-like or meditative state. Secondly, the fact that you are moving two legs and two arms means you are engaging both hemispheres of the brain – people are therefore probably in the whole brain state while walking.

One study at Stanford University showed that subjects came up with more creative ideas during and immediately after a walk compared to those who simply sat at a desk.

Furthermore, a July 31, 2014 article in Psychology Today mentioned that German composer and pianist Ludwig van Beethoven “kept his creative promises by strategically using his time to incubate ideas. His favorite method of thinking things through? Long, solitary walks through the forested valleys of Vienna … Beethoven went for a vigorous walk after lunch, and he always carried a pencil and a couple of sheets of paper in his pocket to record chance musical thoughts.”

And it appears Beethoven and Einstein are not alone among history’s great geniuses. There are other examples.

For those who find walking too boring or just not their cup of tea, other physical exercises could possibly deliver similar results – exercises such as dancing, cycling or running for example.

Athletes, personal fitness trainers and sports medicine professionals are united in their opinion that exercise helps your mental function. Runners experience the pleasant – many say euphoric – runner’s high that comes with intense, sustained exercise. Such exercise (not just running) increases serotonin in the brain, leading to improved mental clarity.


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There’s a theory that playing chess from a young age develops certain parts of a child’s brain develop quicker than normal, especially areas relating to strategy. We explore this in our new release book GENIUS INTELLIGENCE: Secret Techniques and Technologies to Increase IQ.

Children playing chess; London Chess Classic: the chess set come to Britain

English primary school children play chess. 

In our international thriller series The Orphan Trilogy, our fititious orphans play rapid-fire matches known as Lightning Chess in which entire games are completed in 10 minutes or less. Playing Lightning Chess and multiple games (of chess) simultaneously relates to thinking so fast that the conscious mind must yield to the superior subconscious — another intelligence-enhancing technique.

It has been recognized by many observers that chess players often have very high IQ’s and seem to exhibit many of the telltale signs of genius.

What does it do to a child’s brain to play chess from a young age?

Nobody knows for sure and test results remain inconclusive to date. No doubt it is a difficult thing to study precisely given it requires studying young chess players over years if not decades.

Experimental results, however, have been collected from the likes of the Grandmaster Eugene Torre Chess Institute, in the Philippines, and the United States Chess Federation as well as other chess schools around the world. All these bodies agree that playing the board game increases intellect in young people.

Plus a few small studies have also shown that chess players develop better memories, verbal skills, mathematical abilities as well as healthier problem-solving skills and imaginations than the average person.

For example, a 1995 research study on chess and students was conducted by American cardiologist Dr. Robert Ferguson. It showed that chess improves a child’s critical thinking skills. Ferguson’s subjects, who were all school students aged between 11 and 14, improved their test results by 17% on average after becoming proficient chess players.

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Chess champ Bobby Fischer started playing at age six.

An article that appears on the neuroscience and brain health website Examined Existence provides further insights into the potential link between chess and high intelligence.

Headlined Does Playing Chess Make You Smarter?, the report boldly states that chess definitely improves IQ.

The article states, “According to a study conducted in Venezuela, results have shown that children who took chess classes for 4½ months have increased their IQ points. This conclusion is also backed up by a 2003 study of Murray Thompson, a Ph.D. Education student at the Flinders University in Australia. In his research, participants who played chess also demonstrated improved IQ levels. Thompson ascribes this to the concentration and logical thinking a chess game calls for.”

The Examined Existence article also mentions that chess can improve mental abilities in adults as well, including the elderly. “Chess has proven to be highly effective in protecting the elderly from neuro-degenerative conditions like dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.”


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It was 18th Century philospher Jean-Jacques Rousseau who said, “The world of reality has its limits; the world of imagination is boundless.” Proponents of Virtual Reality (VR) in this, the 21st Century, would most certainly agree.

Virtual Reality is one of many advanced learning technologies utilized within the walls of the Pedemont Orphanage, the fictitious Chicago institution we devised for our orphans in book two of our thriller series The Orphan Trilogy. However, we specify it’s not VR as most of us know it.

This excerpt from The Orphan Factory explains what we are getting at: “Like most Omega technologies, it was a technology that was decades ahead of official science, and although virtual reality was widely known and available to the public, this military version had been suppressed from the masses because of its incredible power.”

US Navy personnel use a mock VR parachute trainer.

Although a suppressed form of the technology lies very much in government cover-up theories, known VR systems have already been proven to be effective in a wide variety of diverse fields.

We explore VR in some detail in our new release bestseller, GENIUS INTELLIGENCE: Secret Techniques and Technologies to Increase IQ. An excerpt from this book follows:

Learning via this technology’s computer-simulated environment is currently used the world over in the military, medical, aviation and architectural sectors to name but a few.

VR allows users to practice as if they are actually engaging in activities in the real world. The difference between reality and virtual reality can sometimes be so small it’s indistinguishable to the human brain.

Or to put it another way, as we state in The Orphan Factory: “Carrying out assignments under the influence of this particular software was no different to performing them in real life – at least not as far as the mind was concerned.”

An article on VR appeared in Forbes on October 31, 2014, with the bold heading How Virtual Reality Could Transform Society. The article mentions that besides the current application of the technology in video games, “the true value of VR may lay in other applications. The technology has serious implications for training, education and entertainment outside the traditional game space.”

The Forbes article goes on to say that one VR company “demonstrates VR’s world-changing potential,” adding that this manufacturer’s version of the technology “could easily be used to transform military operational exercises, all kinds of training from medical to manufacturing and a host of other areas including social interaction, music, entertainment, communication, film, storytelling and having experiences that might otherwise not be possible such as free-falling, mountain climbing or swimming underwater for those incapable of doing it in reality.”


Demonstrating VR’s “world-changing potential.”

One thing’s for sure, the potential for students to learn with VR is staggering. This is exactly why various prestigious learning institutions, not to mention private individuals seeking to boost their IQ, are investing in VR headsets.

Here are just a few of the possibilities Virtual Reality has to accelerate learning:

  • Studying with other students from all over the world in virtual environments that, for education purposes, will be no different to meeting face to face.
  • Stimulating imagination and creativity in bigger and bolder ways like building bridges or cruise ships or directing explosive action sequences in blockbuster movies on virtual film sets.
  • Doing things that are impossible in the real world such as transcending space and time by entering a VR simulated mock-up of ancient Egypt from a classroom.

VR will likely lead to endless possibilities throughout the 21st Century, and early adopters of this incredible technology may very well become more intelligent than those who are slower to embrace it.


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In our thriller series The Orphan Trilogy our (fictitious) Pedemont orphans all speak a large number of languages and are therefore polyglots. Although we never actually specify how many, it’s implied that each orphan can speak dozens of languages.

They also have the ability to learn new ones quickly, and more than once we show our orphans, or orphan-operatives, completely mastering languages in the days leading up to a new mission.

While this may seem far-fetched, there have been persistent reports of CIA agents mastering languages within one week. If true, this is most likely a direct result of classified learning techniques or brain technologies not available to the general public.

Besides speculation on secret language techniques and suppressed technologies in the world of espionage, is speed learning languages really possible? We explore this in our new release book GENIUS INTELLIGENCE: Secret Techniques and Technologies to Increase IQ.

Here’s an excerpt from the book:

In 2004, British autistic savant Daniel Tammet shocked Icelandic peoples when he appeared on live television to demonstrate his almost-overnight mastery of their notoriously complex language. Tammet spoke fluent Icelandic, having only studied the language for seven days.

Autistic savant Daniel Tammet…shocked Icelandic peoples. 

Besides savants like Tammet and others born with rare genetic gifts that allow for such rapid memorization skills, is polyglotism, or the ability to master multiple languages, achievable for the average person?


Notable polyglots throughout history include the following (with numbers in brackets corresponding to the amount of languages they spoke fluently): Cleopatra (9), Mithridates VI of Pontus (22), John Milton (11), Noah Webster (23), Arthur Rimbaud (10+), Giuseppe Caspar Mezzofanti (39), Friedrich Engels (20+), Nikola Tesla (8), José Rizal (22), Harold Williams (58), Mahapandit Rahul Sankrityayan (36) and Kenneth L. Hale (50).

Memory is obviously a major part of mastering languages quickly. Perhaps one Joshua Foer, a former journalist who became a mnemonist – someone with the ability to recall unusually long lists of data – has some answers for those desiring to be polyglots.

Foer authored the bestselling book Moonwalking With Einstein: The Art and Science of Remembering Everything, which chronicles his journey to becoming a memory expert. The book also describes how after only one year of training he was able to become USA Memory Champion.

“Memory is like a spiderweb that catches new information,” Foer writes in Moonwalking with Einstein. “The more it catches, the bigger it grows. And the bigger it grows, the more it catches.”

Irishman Benny Lewis is a contemporary polyglot who speaks 12 languages fluently. Lewis, who taught himself Dutch in only six weeks and proved it by recording a video of himself being interviewed in Dutch, runs a website devoted to teaching others how to speed-learn languages.

The self-confessed “mediocre student” has also published a book titled Fluent in 3 Months: How Anyone at Any Age Can Learn to Speak Any Language from Anywhere in the World, which has received excellent reviews.

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“The book is everything I’ve learned in 11 years of full-time language learning,” Lewis told UK news site Metro in an article dated March 13, 2014. “It’s all the changes in mentality and, of course, the techniques, because there are plenty of tricks to mastering a language from scratch.

“Language books are generally written by people with PhDs in linguistics or born into multilingual environments and I didn’t see anything that was relatable. I did poorly in school – barely passed German – and felt people would relate to that.”

Some of Lewis’ simple language learning techniques include: speaking the language from day one rather than studying text books; listening for specific words or segments you recognize rather than entire sentences; making vivid mental associations in order to remember certain words.

Bulgarian educator and psychiatrist Dr. Georgi Lozanov (1926-2012) created an education system known as Suggestopedia, which is primarily used for speed learning languages.

Although Baroque and classical music is extensively used in the curriculum, Suggestopedia (also sometimes called Suggestopædia) involves a lot more than just listening to specific compositions. Essentially, the controversial and unproven learning method incorporates a combination of passive and active learning. It also employs various arts – including singing, music, drama and paintings – to put the mind in the most suggestive state for learning.

Admittedly, Dr. Lazanov’s education system is not a conclusive method for speed learning foreign languages and has been written off as mere pseudoscience by some researchers. However, a report on Suggestopedia by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) makes for interesting reading.

Compiled by UNESCO education experts at a meeting in Sofia, Bulgaria in 1978, the report concludes: “There is consensus that Suggestopedia is a generally superior teaching method for many subjects and for many types of students, compared with traditional methods. We have arrived at this consensus following a study of the research literature, listening to the testimony of international experts, observing films portraying Suggestopedia instruction and visiting classes in which Suggestopedia is practiced.”

Dr. Lazanov claimed throughout his career that foreign languages could be mastered in a tenth of the usual time by following his methods.

From the numerous examples listed in this chapter, it should be clear that learning multiple languages in rapid time is possible. And, unlike naturally-gifted savants such as Daniel Tammet, it should also be noted that Benny Lewis and many other historical and modern polyglots are essentially savants-by-training.

Therefore, it does indeed appear possible for the layman to acquire the necessary skills to become a polyglot.


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In his foreword to our new release book GENIUS INTELLIGENCE: Secret Techniques and Technologies to Increase IQ, acclaimed Japanese scientist Dr. Takaaki Musha says this is “a much needed book for those who sense there are faster and easier ways to learn and study than the methods currently being taught in mainstream education systems.”

Dr. Takaaki Musha…high hopes for Genius Intelligence.

Dr. Musha, who is Director of Japan’s Advanced-Science Technology Research Organization, Yokohama, was formerly a senior research scientist developing naval underwater weapon systems at the Technical Research and Development Institute of Japan’s Ministry of Defense.

An excerpt from Dr. Musha’s foreword follows:

During this period (at the Ministry of Defense) I spent a lot of time in my private life studying Number Theory, which is a branch of pure mathematics devoted primarily to the study of the integers, or whole numbers.

From this mathematical research, I came across the enigma of Srinivasa Ramanujan, an Indian genius mathematician who, with almost no formal training, discovered many complex formulas and made extraordinary contributions to mathematical analysis and number theory. Ramanujan often said the Goddess of Namakkal inspired him with formulae at night while he was dreaming and that each morning, upon awakening, he would write down the results of these vivid dreams.

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Srinivasa Ramanujan…a born genius.

For many years, I could not understand the mental processes that lead to Ramanujan’s advanced mathematical findings. However, after studying the human brain from the standpoint of superluminal particles, I eventually came to the conclusion that everyone’s brain has the potential to connect to an outer field of consciousness, which has also been termed by more mystical thinkers as the Universal Mind.

To summarize my research on the brain, I wrote Superluminal Particles and Hypercomputation, which was published by LAMBERT Academic Publishing in early 2014. Soon after its publication, I was contacted by James Morcan, one of the authors of Genius Intelligence, who felt that my theories on superluminal particles could support his and Lance Morcan’s suppositions about the nature of genius.

This book you are now reading contains a wide range of genius methods – all of which have the potential to increase your IQ. You’ll read about everything from speed reading to brain gland activation to sleep learning to smart drugs to virtual reality training.

I believe this is a much needed book for those who sense there are faster and easier ways to learn and study than the methods currently being taught in mainstream education systems.

Lastly, I sincerely hope that the publication of Genius Intelligence contributes to a global awakening to assist us to hold enough truth in our minds to change this world for better.

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What if there are faster and easier ways to learn and study than the modi operandi currently being taught in mainstream education systems?

GENIUS INTELLIGENCE: Secret Techniques and Technologies to Increase IQ is the ultimate treatise on accelerated learning methods. Written by novelists, filmmakers and independent researchers James Morcan & Lance Morcan with a foreword by leading scientist Dr. Takaaki Musha, this book shatters the myth that geniuses are born not developed. It reveals how most instances of above-the-ordinary intelligences are acquired thru superior cognitive techniques or brain enhancing technologies.

Renowned geniuses examined include Apple founder Steve Jobs who as a 19-year-old began practising an ancient discipline that activated previously dormant parts of his brain; Albert Einstein who came up with his great theory of relativity while using a rare mental practice; Kim Peek (the real ‘Rain Man’) who could speed read any book in five minutes flat with total comprehension; Indian mathematical mastermind Srinivasa Ramanujan who, although untrained, created extraordinary formulas that left academics gobsmacked; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart who composed entire pieces while in a specific altered state of mind.

Among the discoveries shared with readers are brain waves common to geniuses and the various ways to induce those brain waves; mental techniques the world’s elite and A-List celebrities are quietly using to help them process information while they’re asleep or in virtual worlds; chemical substances students and academics the world over employ to kick-start the brain into overdrive; and cutting-edge technologies business tycoons and professional athletes employ to gain a cerebral edge over their competitors.

Drawing on the latest findings in neuroscience, GENIUS INTELLIGENCE lists dozens of practical methods to increase IQ and speed-learn any subject.

“Talent hits a target no one else can hit. Genius hits a target no one else can see.” –Arthur Schopenhauer

“The knowledge of all things is possible” –Leonardo da Vinci


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