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  • Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Trine Day (1 Feb. 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0984185828
  • ISBN-13: 978-0984185825
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1.8 x 22.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 408,517 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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The roots of coincidence and conspiracy in American politics, crime, and culture are investigated in this analysis that exposes new connections between religion, political conspiracy, terrorism, and occultism. Readers are provided with strange parallels between supernatural forces such as shamanism, ritual magic, and cult practices, and contemporary interrogation techniques such as those used by the CIA under the general rubric of MK-ULTRA. Not a work of speculative history, this expose is founded on primary source material and historical documents. Fascinating details on Nixon and the 'Dark Tower', the Assassin cult and more recent Islamic terrorism, and the bizarre themes that run through American history from its discovery by Columbus to the political assassinations of the 1960s are revealed. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Alciato on 28 Jan. 2013
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These books are the closest thing I have seen to a unified field conspiracy theory. And whilst he doesn’t cover all bases Levenda’s research is exhaustive and detailed. Some of his conclusions are highly speculative and he occasionally looses some of his ‘scarlet threads’ wandering off in pursuit of the implications of his discoveries but he never leaves the reader far behind and the effort of following is always well rewarded. His prose style is lucid and clear and his citations are, for the most part, comprehensive. He is particularly good at summarising complex belief systems and drawing clear, elegant distinctions between political and spiritual beliefs and practices which is essential given the enormous scope of his chosen subject. It is doubtful that his application of quantum mechanics to historiography will gain acceptance in academic circles any time soon, which is a pity, because it is an interesting way of contextualizing the kind of synchronicities which overarching studies of this nature can and frequently do present.

Sad to say that this book will find the majority of its readership among the paranoid lunatic fringe, among whom I, of course, count myself a loyal member, we should all wear our tin-foil hats with pride. This is a shame because its audience could be that much greater simply because it is sufficiently well written to be enjoyable even to those who will chose not to believe a single word of any of it. This latter should not, however, be taken as a devaluation of the content - all history is fiction, it succeeds or fails in the quality of the historian’s analysis of material and the capacity of their conclusions to generate thought and further debate. In neither criterion is Levenda’s work lacking
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By bookworm64 on 31 Oct. 2013
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Peter Levenda does it again. If this mans research isn't the real deal I would be truly surprised. Intelligently written. If you ever wondered about the more sinister elements of life and history but thought it was all for people wearing tin foil hats and sensational headlines then this book as would the first in the series make you seriously sit up and begin to take notice. Compelling read and a must for all who dare to peel a few more layers off the onion.
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By Karen on 5 May 2014
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A good account which continues to weave together the unlikeliest of historical events by linking people in association with one another through forensic investigation of the facts. Levenda gives very little opinion if any.

I am on book 3 of the trilogy. Sometimes his research is so deep that I have to let the words drift over me and then go back to integrate what he is saying. He goes deeply into the Jones Town incident which seems like a bad Hollywood movie; however, real people consented to all kinds of unethical and irrational behaviours including their deaths under a kind of consensus trance.

What his research - what it all means, I do not know, but seeing different historical events linked together is very unsettling.
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A must read, the closest I've read to an all encompassing theory, shows the machinations of fascists of all stripes and shades and CIA men weaving webs of intrigue and deceit throughout modern society. Read these books alongside the Mirage Men book, And Confessions of an Economic Hitman.
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23 of 30 people found the following review helpful
3 volumes gauranteed to make Sean Hannity's testicles shrivel 9 Feb. 2010
By Richard J. Kirby - Published on Amazon.com
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When I'd read the 1st volume of Lavenda's trilogy a few years back, I had more than a few quibbles. For example, the story of Candy Jones is seemingly corroborated by John Marks while, in fact, Marks has said that even though Donald Bain gave him unlimited access to Bain's research, Marks was unable to find any correlation between Jone's tale and MK-Ultra.
Of course, there were later occurrences that appeared to give some credence to Jone's story, but Lavenda doesn't mention them. Given Jones' husband, Long John Nebel, and his predilection for hoaxing and his knowledge of hypnotism, I think the veracity of Jones' tale is still very much unproven.
Having said that though, now that I've finished all three volumes in succession, I doubt one would find a better compendium of good old all American weirdness anywhere.
Lavenda points out a fact that is often drowned out by all the "gee ain't America great" propaganda this country excretes in huge, stinky quantities; namely that we are a decidedly odd bunch , whose ostensibly "Christ-Loving" outer crust hides a gooey center of decidedly un-Christlike behavior. It always has and, most likely, always will be like that here in the United States of La-La.
One other thing, if you've access to the hardcover versions of these books, buy them. They are quite well done. Mr. Milligan & the Trine Day crew should be commended for not cutting corners when producing these book, something a small publisher like Trine Day is probably tempted, out of financial necessity, to do every day.
I've bought many books by major, well financed, publishers that pale in comparison.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Doubts, But Then Ben Laden was Reported Killed 9 Jun. 2011
By DojoDiva - Published on Amazon.com
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Not as riveting to me as Book 1, this is a historical overview and exposition of interrelationships between politics, drugs, intelligence agencies, religion, mind control and murder/assassination. Is there really such a merging/confusing of religion, psychology and politics? Is the CIA really so deeply embedded behind the scenes in so many national and world events? Is it just the CIA? I lead a sheltered life and glad I do.

Lavenda is amazingly well-read. But I started thinking Book 2 was somewhat superficial, a summarizing of the research & conclusions from the works he has surveyed. He makes many amazingly clarifying connections between dates and historical events. There is no doubt that these are truly unusual synchronicities and coincidences. To the point that I began to doubt that there could really be this many bizarre coincidences.

And then, while I was reading Book 2, the date of Osama bin Laden's death, May 1, was reported on the evening news to be the same date as the announcement of Adolph Hitler's death. That event alone proves Lavenda's point. His many, many points.
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Mind-blowing! 6 Jun. 2012
By C. LaBrake - Published on Amazon.com
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This is the kind of book that has so much in it..coincidence piled on coincidence. I found it to be totally unputdownable..Thoughly researched, apparently it's been the work of 25 years or so..I believe it. It allows one to see major events in recent American history in a new way..with an ominous coherence...
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sinister forces 16 Jun. 2012
By Philip G. Thrasher - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is great. It provides documented evidence of so much that it is even hard to describe. I have yet to hear anything debunked of which he speaks.
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an information rich series 21 Feb. 2006
By Caswallon S. Barrios - Published on Amazon.com
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regarding charges of political bias, i agree ... but i prefer these biases (unavoidable, really) to be out in the open rather than concealed behind a veneer of journalistic "neutrality." writers have Perspectives: file Levenda and Alex Constantine under Relatively Left and, i dunno, Michael Hoffman and William Cooper under Generally Right. as a reader i try to get as many viewpoints on a subject as possible ... and in the case of "A Warm Gun," i found the focus on Richard Mellon Scaife a welcome relief from Conservative Media's very public obsession with George Soros. the material on Jim Jones and Pat Robertson ("Operation Blessing," indeed!) were likewise enjoyed.
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