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The Reptilian Elite Handbook

Jeff Lion

Publisher: Jeff Lion

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This book is an explosive and important document that should not be disregarded. It exposes the biggest secret in the world! The Reptilian Elite Handbook is not only a warning about the most sinister and important conspiracy theory of all but also exposes the identity of some of the most famous alien reptiles in the world. 

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