David Hooper wants to share a decade's worth of research, and help you come to your own conclusions about some things.
Before uprooting his life and career to continue his research, Hooper was the founder and CEO of six companies, the first of which, he and his father started, just after graduating from the University of Michigan in 1991. Two months before Hooper began his 9/11-research, his company, White Elephant Media, generated $8.8 million in revenue. "You need to be crazy, or certain, to walk away from that life."
From the day he graduated from The University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) with degrees in psychology and communication, he's been the founder and/or CEO of six different businesses spanning a 20-year business career. Cumulatively, those businesses have generated over $100 million in revenue. "I sold some, had some go down the toilet, and one, by the grace of God, continues on, where Hooper is not involved in day to day operations, but serves as Chairman of the Board. For more thorough information about the author, visit GenpopMedia's EPK (Electronic Press Kit)
For the author's resume prior to his belief system collapse, see the "worldly accomplishments" section. Or visit GenpopMedia's Master EPK for a full bio on the filmmaker & author. Hooper devotes most of his time to research, with "breaks" to put his findings into (so far) two broadcast programs and a major motion picture; all new endeavors to the former CEO. Visit any of those projects by clicking below.
Hooper first opened eyes to the spiritual world by accident, in February 2011. About nine months of research later, in late November of that same year, in the flash of a moment, Hooper realized the Bible actually contained the authentic words of God. Hooper told the first part of his story in the 2014 film, The Anatomy of a Great Deception, which explains how inconsistencies in 9/11, opened his eyes. Nothing has been the same since, and Hooper still owes the world the final two installments of The AGD Trilogy.
Eight and a half months after starting his own review of the events of 9/11, it finally hit him. It was the night of November 22, 2011. He'd already realized 9/11 wasn't conducted by 19 men in caves since March of that year. He put his career on hold to seek the answer to "who" ultimately was behind it. The moment he discovered the truth, his body went numb, explaining, "It was as if a million terabytes of data got dumped in my head. Frankly, it took a few years to sort it all out."
"I was not looking for God, nor was I looking to fill some hole in my heart. For me, it started with a simple curiosity about why the US. Secret Service didn't take President George Bush out of that Sarasota classroom as soon as a second plane hit the second tower during the 9/11 attacks? Nine months of full-time research later, I realized the Bible contained the authentic words of God. It's a moment I'll never forget. Nor is it simple straight-line logic, which might explain the large quantity of quotes in The 401 Book (about 2,000).
"If you truly believe the Bible contains the words of God, as I do, how can I do anything else? The work doesn't pay well, it stirs controversy in your personal life, it causes disruptions with work relationships, can divide homes and utterly wrecks your social life, but the benefit package is great," chuckles Hooper before he continues, "Why would I do this if it weren't the truth? Why does anyone? Mass psychosis manifesting in identical symptoms across continents, languages, and eras? Or just more evidence of God right under our nose?" Hooper's opinion of this question changed dramatically in late 2011, and he's been working in this field ever since.
Hooper on the DTRH Show in 2018: "If I were the only person to experience this phenomenon, I probably would have been researching psychiatrists. However, there seems to be a spiritual awakening happening all over the world. I'm not the only person to drop their old life to speak of God. It's happening in all nations and across all faiths. And no, this has not 'always been happening' as I used to claim in dismissing ideas outside my initial worldview. Maybe someone is pouring out His spirit one last time, just as He said He would?"
Outtakes Trailer from the set of The Anatomy of a Great Deception - Part 2, with filmmaker, David Hooper. Video from AGD2: The Lighter Side of the Heavy Things Trailer. [Cleared for use in promotion of The 401 Book. Right's Holder: Icon]
This is 23-minute Q&A with filmmaker David Hooper as he answers questions from fans of his film series, The Anatomy of a Great Deception Trilogy [Cleared for use in promotion of The 401 Book. Right's Holder: Icon]
David Hooper leads a fascinating conversation on various topics you'll find in his upcoming book, which took a decade of research to assemble. Every topic discussed in this episode is covered in The 401 Book: Finding God by Finding the Devil in the Details.
Author, David Hooper, gives a riveting presentation on the power of printing currency, based on the Central Bankers from Hooper's latest work, The 401 Book: Finding God by Finding the Devil in the Details.
In 2011, author, David Hooper, began keeping a database of startling quotes encountered while researching for the Anatomy of a Great Deception Trilogy. As of 2020, the database has over 2,000 quotes, with contextual backstory and the author's comments. Approximately 700 have been turned into 401 Quote Cards.
Author David Hooper has been interviewed by dozens of national news media since 2014, including ABC, NBC, IHeart Radio, CBS Radio, John B. Wells, Art Bell of the Art Bell Show, and local magazines such as The Detroit Metro TImes.
WHAT DOES "401" MEAN?
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