J. J. Benitez
Wether it is ture or not his perspective of things it does not really matter, what truly matters is that there are many things that we do not know and that we might never know. Benitez functions in a manner that makes every individual think carefully about every aspect of life and what we have already lived. Life appears to get even more complicated as we go along and everyday we will discover something new that discourages the past. Benitez think ahead of us and I think he also thinks ahead of his time as many did Edgar Allan Poe, Einstein, and many others that are worth mentioning but like alwasy time is what every human creature needs more of. So I leave it up to every reader to find there own acknowledgement of this book whether it be for the better or the worse.
>>By Di (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 12:57)
I have read many of his books.... However, it's been years since The Operation Trojan Horse Vol.5 was released. For months I have been looking for the version in English. Does anyone one knows if it was ever published in English?
>>By Luca (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 12:57)
A friend who is very fluent in spanish told me about this author J J Benitez. Does any know how or where I might get a book by him written in english?
Please email me at email@example.com
One book I would interested in english would be "Cavallo De Troya"
>>By ron (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 12:57)
The most intersting about his books, specially El Caballo de Troya, is his way to see the world, I agree with the most of people this is a veridic history, Jesuscrist was a human a person of bones and meet he have a soul and sense of humor.
> ana c.
>>By cecy1702 (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 12:57)
I have just finished to read Caballo de troya 1 and I really think that it is not true. The way the facts happen, the way how Jason is always in the right place and the lucky that he has to be able to go in where nobody else can do it. I am not saying that it is a bad book, it is not, I am not saying that it is not true neither; I can only think that Benitez has a great imagination.
>>By cristho (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 12:57)
Im reading right now "Los astronautas de Yave" a wonderful book that can open your mind and it will show you other perspective about what happened..about "the true". I mean is hard for some people to realize that there could be another true but waht if that true that we know and that our parentes taught us to believe is not the whole true.... I think there is more, and thats why im here, to find for me n or my generations the true, n with the help of this kind a people i think before i die i will understand what is all about.
>>By Sam (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 12:57)
The first book i read was °El testamento de San Juan* and i belive j.j. benitez has a wonderful imagination, i like very much his books and if anyone is interesting in his book, just write me and i will give it in pdf.
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>>By indra (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 12:57)
Intellectual pockets exist in the remote corners of the world; where ravenous minds, and voids of spiritual questions, abound. Reading a timeless account of biblical values such as JJB's writings, cures the hunger and fills the obvious voids. Do we dare stumble in the dark, knowing full well some else knows the truth. Stop the bus, see who gets off!
>>By Dr. iggy (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 12:57)
i don't believe in God, i believe in the boss. I believe in J.J. Benitez, i'm spanish. Benitez is the way, follow it
>>By koper (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 12:57)
anyone knows if there are english versions of caballo de troya of jj Benitez_
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>>By adma1 (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 12:57)
i think that this book is in many ways a fantasy, i have just started to read it and i can not believe the way that ''jason" and his brother "eliseo'' made this trip; because the tecnology was not that far, so, i think that this is imposibol but the imagination is amazing.
i just can say that if this is thrut or not, i think that is greate.
i am reading another book call "urantia" and is greate to, but maybe is, again, a fantasy or maybe not???
if someone can tell me something about any of this to books, i will be glad, i am not a person who believes in some things, but a do believe in god, so maybe this books make my self a thrut believer.
i speake spanish, soy maybe my english have some bad things, so i ask for sorry.....................
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>>By andrea (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 12:57)
anyone knows if there are english versions of caballo de troya of jj Benitez
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>>By ben (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 12:57)
If anyone has the books caballo de troya in spanish can you tell me where I can get them in pdf format
>>By slech (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 12:57)
well ., it's been quite a long time since mr.benitez started this crazy and fantastic adventure!!!
the book has been part of my life since i first read it...some years from now...sorry to all friends who do not speak spanish 'cuz as far as i know there isn't a english translation...i hope i'm just not well informed...the beuty of the caballos is the way how the story is told and of course is a science fiction novel!!!but the parts based on the urantia book are true...well at last for me!!hehehehe...well be happy folks...if any of you what to contact me so we can "talk" about the books here's my e-mail:
>>By nelson santamaria (Friday, 14 Feb 2003 23:44)
You can find "El Caballo de Troya" in PDF format in the Kazaa zone, only search for BENITEZ in Documents.
Good Luck !
>>By JJBenitez (Saturday, 15 Mar 2003 00:17)
I just finished reading Caballos and I'm intrigued, must confess. The more I read it, the more I wanted to believe in Jason's words.And consequently, the more I questioned those words and those so rich detailed dialogues and facts.But then, I guess it's just a doubt that will never be cleared.The bottom line is that I absolutely loved it.It made me feel so much closer to Jesus, that sometimes I even forget about my doubts and don't care if it's true - I just believe it.I'd like to get some information about this " URANTIA" book some of you mentioned , is that the tittle in english too?I'd like to trace it in order to find it in portuguese.If any of you guys are willing to tell me , please e-mail me at fernanda_21@ hotmail . com > Thanx !
>>By Fernanda (Saturday, 22 Mar 2003 23:37)
Glad to see this, that means I'm not the only "crazy" who feels this weird sensation after reading any of the Caballos de Troya, I'm not getting in the discussion if the history is real or not, but whatever it is, the heart never gets the wrong impresion, please read it or read it again .....simply surreal.
>>By Alberto Lopez (Wednesday, 26 Mar 2003 20:08)
the first time i read caballo de troya i was really young.....but so how i knew that it was was real...is just that you feelling in your heart!!.... and since tha day i have been read all the caballo's de troya ..and i waithing for the next onces .....because it will be more right??. .. and just one more thing PLEASE J.J. BENITEZ WRITES SECOND PART OF RICKY B......... HOW COULD YOU FINISHED LIKE THAT !!!!!!!...always devoted to you...
>>By diana (Sunday, 30 Mar 2003 09:54)
It has been a while since I first read "Cavalo de Troia" in Portuguese, over 10 years to be more accurate. But, I'm still very intrigued by the whole experience. I think it's part fiction. However,I'd rather believe that there's some veracity on Benitez's words. I'm glad I found this website.
My e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
>>By alex (Saturday, 19 Apr 2003 18:49)
I also want to read the "Caballo de troya", but I want it in English, I will be glad if anyone tells me how or where to ask for it. or if there is a document in pdf.
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>>By Juan Cruz (Friday, 9 May 2003 19:34)
For those of you who want to read Caballo de troya in English, I read in an article of Publishers Weekly (19 August 2002) that the Miami office of Planeta Publishing will translate and release the English version these books sometime early next year.
>>By Lorraine (Thursday, 29 May 2003 09:18)
I am reading "Caballo de Troya 3" 1 and 2 are great. I don't know if they are fact or fiction, I just think they make you see things in a different perspective.
>>By Edgar (Thursday, 12 Jun 2003 05:00)
I don't really know what to think about Caballo de Troya, I am not sure if I really wanna know if it's true or not. The only truth I know is that this book has changed my life. Ever since I read the first volume I have been just craving for more information, my soul needs it. I guess this is just how it feels when you are looking for the Truth. I read all volumes published so far, just waiting for the 7th and the english version , so that my english-speaking beloved ones will read them as well
If someone want to exchange impressions of the books, email me in spanish or english to firstname.lastname@example.org
>>By G. Veronica (Monday, 23 Jun 2003 22:58)
HI! everybody. I'm a Hispanic guy who lives in the U.S. I'm looking for the Caballo de Troya books, preferably 1-6 as a set, but am having difficulty locating them on the internet. Every time I think I have found one to purchase, it turns out that it isn't in stock. I've even tried ordering from sites that are from Latin America and Spain with no luck. Does anyone know where I can purchase these books? Help?
>>By elide (Wednesday, 25 Jun 2003 17:28)
i´m from Panama, and early today i went to an open forum with J.J Benitez. This took place in the national university of Panama. I agreed with him in some of his thougts, but there are some others that i desagree.
Somebody asked him a question about were did he got the information for writing the books, and said that he can´t reveal the source. Not eve his wife knows who the source is.
I believed him.....i think the book is part fiction, but everything else is true......6/4/03
>>By Carlos (Friday, 4 Jul 2003 21:20)
I have recently finished reading Caballo de Troya 1 and I must confess that I ended facing a strange feeling inside me. JJ BENITEZ, whom I recently met with this first book captured my Truth-hungry heart. I first must say that I admire him for writing this information, which I assume may bring a greatful audience as well as a very agressive one becuase of the delicate content of this series. As for the truth in it I believe we must look inside our heart for such answers. No one but us is the best judge
I would be very glad if anyone wants to discuss the first Caballo de Troya with me.
Here is my mail:
>>By Nelua Haridja (Sunday, 6 Jul 2003 06:19)
Hi, if you have good spanish language skills, I defenitelly recommend these books to read:
- Astronautas de Yave
- La Rebelion de Lucifer (excellent)
- Al fin Libre (makes you really wonder about death)
- Caballo de Troya (1 to 6)
-Testamento de san Juan (confusing but clear thoughts)
As Juan Jose Benitez said, if you've got ears, listen... it is less fantasy in the Caballos de Troya than people think.
Any comments you'd like to share, write me to: email@example.com
>>By Andres (Tuesday, 15 Jul 2003 23:16)
I read somewhere that there are supposed to be 9 Caballos de Troya. Does anybody know anything about it?
>>By Edgar (Thursday, 17 Jul 2003 23:51)
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>>By juan Jose Benitez (Friday, 18 Jul 2003 01:35)
WELL, GUYS, boys and girls, let`s see what happens with Mr. J J : First of all, this is a fiction novel, and a good one; JJ just fill in with his imagination, sure thing it was brewing inside his skull for a long time- all the time he expended in the search for the Truth about UFOS. Now: the work to do a detailed tale about Jesus Christ is a very tiresome one, being a lot of info and studies since his depart from the living- some 2.000 years of studies! Lots upon lots of books where to dig! So JJ just dig, and fill the gaps with imagination- sometimes just the barely necessary, I may say. Second thing: Spanish people are really catholic (christians) so it s not queer Mr. JJ writtes about this- he has already a lot of customers in line. And Third: Spanish people (the people living in that tiny piece of -Europe, not the Hispanic living elsewhere) are all prone to get mysterious themselves, most of the time. They love to be looked as depositaries of deep knowledges and secrets of all kind. Generally, they don`t.
And for the poor souls who are seeking "Truth", as I had seen here, a word of advice: in the Web there are lots of scientific information of all kinds, so if they just read it, they will find the "Truth".
>>By JUILLET (Saturday, 19 Jul 2003 08:05)
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