Alex Jones
In this photo, radio host and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones addresses media and protesters outside The Grove hotel in Watford, England, June 6, 2013. Getty Images / Oli Scarff

American Radio show host and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and New York Times bestselling author Neil Strauss are working on a book together.

According to a report published by CNN Money, Jones and “The Game” author sent a proposal to major publishers regarding the new book titled "The Secret History of the Modern World & the War for the Future." Jones is the founder of InfoWars, a far-right website known for pushing conspiracy theories.

In the 27-page proposal, Jones revealed that the book is "about the front lines of the war for your mind." He added the chapters will cover "the past, the present, and the future." Further, Jones said the book will open the reader’s mind in unexpected ways and will turn out to be a classic which will stick around for various generations to come.

"The chapters here will uncover it all. They will be like the moment you first discovered sex or the Internet or quantum physics. You will never look at your life or your world the same way again," the proposal read.

Neil Strauss
In this photo, journalist Neil Strauss attends the premiere of 'Kurt Cobain: Montage Of Heck' during the Tribeca Film Festival at Spring Studio in New York City, April 19, 2015. Getty Images / Ben Gabbe

Neither Jones nor Strauss has confirmed the news about the collaboration yet but the proposal to the publisher was sent by Marc Gerald of United Talent Agency (UTA) who represent Strauss, who was also a former columnist for The New York Times. However, a representative for UTA, who chose to stay anonymous, denied representing the book.

Jones, who hails from Dallas, Texas, over the years has been at the center of a lot of controversies. Whether it is promoting Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting conspiracy theories or his opposing views toward gun control. He also gone as far as to blame the U.S. government for being involved in the Oklahoma City bombing, 9/11 attacks and the filming of fake moon landings in order to hide NASA’s technology.

The book proposal submitted by Jones and Strauss also does not shy away from peddling conspiracy theories.

"Who doesn't want to read some of the greatest conspiracy theories of all time — and then be shocked by the annotations to find out that ... they're all true," the proposal said. "Because there is a conspiracy that, no matter who you are, you have to admit is true. There is a war for your mind. A war to make you docile. A war to make you a sheep. A war to take away your initiative, your freedom, and your control over your own life."

Jones stated in the proposal, "I'm open to as many book signings as you'd like me to do, as well as impactful promotional outlets. The few interviews I have done previously have made headline news. Be it accurate or not, people love writing about me. But most important to me, besides the months of promotion that I'm looking forward to doing, I'm writing this book for the long road. I am putting a lot of work into it, distilling my knowledge, philosophy, and mission, into some 120,000 words. And it's my hope that this book outlasts me."