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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 19, 2010

    REALLY GOOD BOOK YOU MUST READ

    I have read many books about the subject of the secret societies and more but so far I have encountered myself reading this great book written by a great writer and developed with many facts. Founding Fathers, Secret Societies has many answers to many questions that you have always had in your head. This book creates a new you and it devolves a new way of thinking about the world. This has the best info you will have to find yourself out of a maze of questions and thoughts. Founding Fathers, Secret Societies tells so many facts like did you know the dollar bill it's self was not intended to be what it is now it was less detailed. As I advice about this book I want you to consider to ask me anything about this book.

    Well the book it's self is really interesting and the way you think is going to make more interesting. Well as I read Founding Fathers, Secret Societies I saw that most of the facts like the secret hand writings is not from present tense but from the hundreds of years ago. This book is based on many facts from the past but as well it has many more facts that help us understand what is going on now in present days. As you read the book you will want to find more info and well that is not needed this book Founding Fathers, Secret Societies has many facts and they all are about one subject for every chapter . Also as I read the book it seems like most of the facts are good but talking about this is like finding a needle in a bran of hay. We don't know what we are surrounded by in this world but what we know I s very little and this will open your mind to know what is really going on in the world. Due to the way I see things you might disagree with me about this book but we will understand that this is not my thinking but I have learned from reading this book.

    Founding Fathers, Secret Societies has a chapter all about how this became a big deal and also there is a chapter that tells us all about the founding fathers of this secretes societies. Well the chapter of how these groups became a big deal started when many people started to question them self's about who and what was making so many rules. After many years studding of what was going on people started to discover what was really going on they were being controlled by a group named Illuminati. Then they got more into the situation and found out that there are other groups that were out there with different purposes. Then the chapter about the founding fathers starts from the days when the first European people had landed on the new world. They believe all of the groups which are the Illuminati and the Freemasons and also the Rosicrucian came from the European nation. As they got here and developed them self. As they got bigger they got more power and started to become the main boss of everything but as they were been discovered they lost many of their members and still had power but they went undiscovered for a long time and that's why they are told to be secret societies.

    The book states that many of the founding fathers are really important because they have been the main reason that this is a big deal and that they have so much power. One of the founding was Thomas Jefferson and George Washington and many more. These groups were made for good reasons but they went in a bad way after all the power they had gained. Many of the things you have heard about this groups might not be true. Like that the Illuminati follow the devil and things that are just nonsens

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 4, 2011

    Enlightening

    Informed me of a lot of things I knew nothing about. Wanted to know more details of the Illuminati. Not sure if I want to know anymore. Great start if I do decide to research more.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 2, 2007

    A reviewer

    Revealing look at America's Masonic foundation. Conspiring Masons instigated the Revolution, crafted the Constitution and designed DC. Ultimately, Plato's Republic inspired Bacon's Atlantis, which, along with Virgil's Aeneid, became America's blueprint.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 20, 2007

    Too bad I could not give it a zero

    This book is not worth the time or the expense. Very little little facts, but a whole lot of speculation. If, you are looking for facts and truth, this book is not it.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 14, 2006

    Pretty Damn Good!

    I've been researching about America's covered up true history and secret societies etc. This is book is definatley a must have book for reference. Those people who are into conspiracies and researching the New World Order should definatley have this book...it does not much about the history of secret societies but the book links america's roots constantly to the illuminati, freemasons, and rosicrucians...as it is in the title. Definatley worth reading.

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