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Secret Societies and their Power in the 20th Century Hardcover – 1847

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5.0 out of 5 stars I wish I still believed in Santa Claus. 9 Nov. 2012
By Pen Name - Published on
While I was reading it I thought everyone should read it. However, after reading it I wish i still believed in Santa Claus. In other words, I wish I thought my vote for president actually counted. The book simply breaks down the way the world works and provides many books on any topic to back it up. There are some things that can't be proven and others that is simply an educated guess. Meanwhile the picture of our world slowly becomes more and more clear till just about everything written seems like it can be true. If you have a weak mind you won't believe any of it anyway. I don't want to believe what is written about our bible or our creator. The book inspires hatred toward the most wealthy and powerful and at the end explains not to be mad because you can't do anything about it anyway even if you killed them all. You can't but even agree with that. After reading it I began to think about when I believed in Santa Claus. My older brother was the first to tell me that there wasn't a Santa Claus. He represents the conspiracy theorists. We didn't have a chimney so I was already skeptical. When I brought it up to the person I love and trusted the most, my mom, She fed me disinformation and told me not to believe my brother. Then got on his case to stop telling me that. She represents the government. I was fine with believing in Santa Claus but when I found out their wasn't a Santa it made me look at my mom differently. Why would she lie to me? After reading this book you won't wonder why your government/world leaders lies to you but you won't believe anything anymore. The amazing part is how did the Illuminati get my parents to lie to me an tell me there is a Santa Claus. Don't lie to your children. These folks are wickedly smart and have us all brainwashed. Don't read it because after you do you will want to tell someone something that is so clear to you NOW and none of them will believe you. You will begin to look around and realize just how stupid we are. And worst off you are now trapped with this new knowledge and they won't read the book even if you hand it to them. If they do read it, now both of you will just be pissed off about the direction if our world. It's depressing and it's better to believe in Santa Claus.
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome but scary! You can find the whole book online. 29 Dec. 2011
By JR - Published on
I read several chapters here: [...]
I would love to have a hard copy. It is a bit expensive, so read it online and buy it if you can afford it! I checked with a friend of mine who already has researched a lot of the same data and approved. You have to make up your own mind. Read it if you dare!
12 of 27 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Is it made of gold? 9 Sept. 2011
By AARON P TOLLMAN - Published on
I would review this book based on its content, but unfortunately I cannot afford a book at $350.00, so my rating is going to be poor, unless this book is laden in pure gold, it isn't worth the price. I'm sure that someone has published notes about it on the internet, so if you want to know what is in it, then go there. Sorry Jan van Helsing, get the publisher to lower the price and you will get many positive reviews from me! NO BOOK SHOULD COST $350!!!
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