Cults, Conspiracies, and Secret Societies: The Straight Scoop on Freemasons, the Illmuniati, Skull…

Kobo ebook | August 11, 2009

byArthur Goldwag

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• Freemasonry's first American lodge included a young Benjamin Franklin among its members.

• The Knights Templar began as impoverished warrior monks then evolved into bankers.

• Groom Lake, Dreamland, Homey Airport, Paradise Ranch, The Farm, Watertown Strip, Red Square, “The Box,” are all names for Area 51.

An indispensable guide, Cults, Conspiracies, and Secret Societies connects the dots and sets the record straight on a host of greedy gurus and murderous messiahs, crepuscular cabals and suspicious coincidences. Some topics are familiar—the Kennedy assassinations, the Bilderberg Group, the Illuminati, the People's Temple and Heaven's Gate—and some surprising, like Oulipo, a select group of intellectuals who created wild formulas for creating literary masterpieces, and the Chauffeurs, an eighteenth-century society of French home invaders, who set fire to their victims' feet.


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Did you know?• Freemasonry's first American lodge included a young Benjamin Franklin among its members. • The Knights Templar began as impoverished warrior monks then evolved into bankers. • Groom Lake, Dreamland, Homey Airport, Paradise Ranch, The Farm, Watertown Strip, Red Square, “The Box,” are all names for Area 51. An indispensabl...

Format:Kobo ebookPublished:August 11, 2009Publisher:Knopf Doubleday Publishing GroupLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0307456668

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from In the Name of Iran This book was trying to present some edvidence that 9/11 was not inspired by George Bush. In addition, it provided solid account about history of cult in the US. It is a good book to read.
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Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't bother A waste of money, go buy yourself a good set of encyclopedias you’ll get just as much information from them, but without the obvious bias and sarcasm. This book reads like it was written over a long weekend, the rest being copy and pasted from various web sites.
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