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A Grand Unified Conspiracy Theory: The Illuminati, Ancient Aliens, and Pop Culture Kindle Edition
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raising from the pages. I am sorry , if this review seems hedging or vague , but I wish it to be posted. I.W. claims to be a 'Christian' and says this may account for some 'bias' within the document. Well, I aspire to Love my creator, be a worthwhile/Loving human being to my fellow man. But I do feel the title of 'Christian' is not for me to say. Bottom line,"you will know them by their fruits" or less biblically " if it looks like a duck and quacks, it's probably a duck." If anyone is ' Genuinely ' interested in learning what is going on, both by 'man' ( machinations)and our science/astronomy breakthroughs ( non politicly correct which is how it 'Must' be). suggest " The Synagogue of Satan."2nd edition( non religious chronology ) self published by Andrew Carrington-Hitchcock and the works of Wallace Thornhill in books, Ytube vids etc. " Who controls the past, controls the future. Who controls the present , controls the past..." 1984, George Orwell . If we do not have the individual courage, motivation and humanity to break that cycle , we are finished.
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Usually a curiosity, or a realisation that all is not well in the world.
I purchased this book knowing there wouldn't be a vast amount of detail, rather an idea of an approach as I am planning to create a website of my own based on conspiracy and fringe, as a gateway for other minds to delve into this realm.
This is exactly what this book is -- a gateway of sorts, an easy and quick roundup of popular conspiracy theories that have existed throughout our history. What I like about Isaac is that he doesn't necessarily endorse the information he has written about, and approaches the varying opinions of conspiracy theorists and researchers with an open mind, considering the possibilities rather than agreeing with it completely, which is a smart thing to do.
The path of fringe/conspiracy is a tedious a long journey -- with so many varying opinions, it can be hard to tell what is actually true, what could be true, and what is just plain garbage.
Issac Weishaupt's website details the usage of occult signs and references in pop culture, which is something that I personally don't focus much attention on; like the saying goes, "you've seen it once, you've seen it all". But let me assure you it is no coincidence that certain celebrities all use the same poses and sign language if you look close enough.
This book is great for a "beginner" or someone with a passing curiosity, because as you'll find out for yourself, one conspiracy subject will lead to another, until you find that there is a larger picture. Much like a jigsaw puzzle, and trying to process all of the information at once can be overwhelming.
However, if you are somewhat familiar with the subjects, then you will probably find yourself reading something you already have knowledge of.