Books recommended by Joe Rogan

5 Joe Rogan's Favorite Books


Joe Rogan

If you’re in need of a good book suggestion, why not pick up one of Joe Rogan’s favorite books. He has recommended each of these books multiple times on the Joe Rogan Experience Podcast and on social media.
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Best Evidence

I read "Best Evidence" that's when I first started to believe that there was some sort of conspiracy. One of the first things that I saw that made me really reconsider. "My favorite JFK book is Best Evidence by David Lifton. Probably my favorite conspiracy book ever."
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The Book of Five Rings

Joe Rogan repeat the quote"If you know the way broadly, you will see it in everything - Miymoto Musashi excellence in anything increases your potential in everything" from the book. In other words, it means that achieving excellence in anything increases the potential for excellence in everything. It has inspired Rogan to be a well-rounded and balanced individual like Musashi. He even has a Miyamoto Musashi tattoo on his right arm.
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Fingerprints of the Gods

Rogan has said that Graham Hancock influenced his views on history more than anybody ever. In Fingerprints of the Gods, Hancock theorizes that a previously unknown ancient civilization was much older and far more advanced than we’ve been led to believe was possible. A cataclysmic event erased them from history and a few survivors traveled the world to spread their knowledge to civilizations in Egypt and the Americas.
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The War of Art

The War of Art by Steven Pressfield is highly recommended by Joe Rogan and perhaps the most frequently mentioned book on the JRE Podcast. Rogan has been giving copies of the book to comedians, friends and podcast guests for years. The War of Art is about overcoming the obstacles to creativity which Pressfield calls ‘Resistance’.
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Food of the Gods

I want to know what is your favorite book? My favorite book: Food of the Gods by Terence Mckenna, a book about how he believes that human beings evolved because monkeys ate psychedelic mushrooms. It is a fucking fascinating book. Read that shit!
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