Moose is the author of "The Fake Fall of Rome," a book that challenges traditional beliefs about the fall of the Roman Empire. Drawing on a range of sources, including historical documents and religious texts, Moose argues that the Roman Empire did not actually fall but rather evolved into the Roman Church. The book also delves into forbidden knowledge and the extraterrestrial origins of humans, asserting that the Romans mixed their DNA with Neanderthals to create a race of workers. Moose believes that history is often rewritten by those in power and that facts should remain objective and not be subject to manipulation. "The Fake Fall of Rome" contains controversial ideas that may alter readers' thinking process permanently. Moose has studied various forms of material related to this topic for over 15 years and invites readers to explore the facts and consider the evidence presented.

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