- Paperback: 1 pages
- Publisher: Unknown; 2 edition (11 Nov. 2011)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1615773061
- ISBN-13: 978-1615773060
- Product Dimensions: 22.9 x 15.2 x 1.8 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 45,895 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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One thing that annoyed me very much was the vender who sold me my copy. I was expecting a brand new copy and what I got was a well used, sorry well abused book. That was a real disappointment and is a criticism of the vendor who sold it. I did complain but did not return my copy. On hindsight should have returned it and sought a new one instead, for it is worth adding to one's library as permanent fixture.
This book is very well researched, well written and a very good read.I would recommend it. My own rating is 5 out of 5.
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Terrorism and the Illuminati traces and connects individual groups such as the Holy Grail, Freemasonry, the Knights Templar and many others. Lords, legends, myths and elite bloodlines, when analyzed independently appear insignificant and are easily ignored. However, when the dots are connected, a very different picture beings to come into focus. According to like-minded individuals, keeping these connections broken and the lines blurred, has allowed these secret societies and their members to operate in the shadows of a meticulously cultivated public image.
While many dismiss the idea of secret societies and a one world government as mere conspiracy theories run amok, many others would argue that is part of the plan. One should stop and remember the words of the commissioner regarding the catastrophic events of 9-11..."a failure of policy and a failure of imagination..." Thinking outside the box has always been a trait of forward thinking individuals and societies. Analyzing the ridiculous or outlandish has resulted in numerous discoveries and inventions that in retrospect have shaped communities, academics, governments and the world as a whole and their creator's are given the highest, most prestigious recognitions. Although the ideas presented in this book have been discussed for hundreds and hundreds of years, interest in these age-old theories is obviously still alive and well, as was demonstrated by the response to Dan Brown's book "The Da Vinci Code," as well as, the popularity of the subsequent movie, which was an international blockbuster.
I recommend this book to those who enjoy reading books about the occult, secret societies, one world conspiracies and it's possible link to terrorism. Also those who simply enjoy a challenging, thought provoking read that stimulates the mind. Terrorism and the Illuminati offers a strong starting point to begin your own research into this interesting, controversial discussion. Livingstone has included (at the end of the book) an exhaustive resource list that provides readers with lots of information, from a variety of sources.
(I picked up several typographical errors, however, these are not so egregious as to interrupt the flow of the dialogue to any substantial degree. The blame for such errors lands squarely with the editors and proof-readers.)
Everyone should read this book to become informed as to what is going on behind our backs. If they did we could stop this process and lead happier lives.
Author David Livingstone points out that the quest of the illuminati is to create a one world government and one world religion using any means possible including terror as a the tool to achieve this. They don't want you to worship Jesus, Mohammed, Allah or any of the other Gods that various religions recognize, they want you to warship the Illuminati
Societal manipulation goes back thousands of years. The quest of a few to control the lives of many. Livingstone has done an incredible job of compiling information and presenting it in a fashion that makes sense. Livingstone goes back more then three thousand years and traces the bloodlines to present day. Livingstone talks about the implications of all of the marriages and in many cases gives a short biography of the people involved. Terrorism and the Illuminati reads a little like the first few chapters of the bible when it gets into the genealogy and relationships of people, the research here was exhaustive and complete.
Livingstone educates the reader on so many subjects including the Luciferian doctrine, the Ismailies, the muslim world. The reader gets some biblical history. You lean a little about the Kaballah. There is a wealth of information here about the occult.
Some of the more interesting chapters for me were the last few chapters in the book where Livingstone talks about the Illuminati's involvement in the Iran contra affair of the early and mid 80's. Drug smuggling, the Sandanista's, the United States government involvement in drug trafficking. Livingstone makes a case for the Illuminati or one of their sub groups being involved nearly every historical event involving terrorism and act of war including the World trade center bombing and 91. Further more he makes a case for who was directly involved and complicit in these acts.
The effects of the Illuminati are far reaching and have effected people all over the world including here in the United States. The tentacles of the Illuminati reach far and deep.
A very interesting and intriguing read.
It is packed with bits of history I didn't know, including a lot of things bridging Christian Bible, Jewish Torah, and schoolbook history. Somehow they come together as one coherent narrative. Readable too. The author has packed it with detail and references to processes.
It suggests terrorist gangs are (more or less) part of a continuous process going back a very long time. And there is detail, detail, detail.
My questions, which I thought private to myself, get answered. It is seductive and addictive.
How cosy and comfortable it would be just to say, "At long last, now I understand ..."
Unfortunately, disinfo always has to be considered. And even in an excellent text there can be well-meaning mistakes. But I want to trust it.
I do trust it.