Synarchy: Jacobins, Martinists and Masons [NOOK Book]

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The Martinists claim to be older than Druids and you probably have never heard of them. They are inside the structures which run the churches and nations we think are democratic. The Jacobins backed the French Revolution that proposed people deserved equal status and all manner of fine-sounding things. They are actually agents for the Royals or elites like the Stuart Bees. There are many names in different eras for the Illuminati and other cults or societies that keep a lot of secrets. The day has come to blow ...
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Synarchy: Jacobins, Martinists and Masons

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Overview

The Martinists claim to be older than Druids and you probably have never heard of them. They are inside the structures which run the churches and nations we think are democratic. The Jacobins backed the French Revolution that proposed people deserved equal status and all manner of fine-sounding things. They are actually agents for the Royals or elites like the Stuart Bees. There are many names in different eras for the Illuminati and other cults or societies that keep a lot of secrets. The day has come to blow the lid off this kind of social management and deceit.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781257476480
  • Publisher: Lulu.com
  • Publication date: 8/8/2011
  • Sold by: LULU PRESS
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 2 MB

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  • Posted March 7, 2012

    Don't waste your time or money

    The author's immaturity projects through this vehicle of predetermined, non-objective antithesis of academic analysis. He insults one's intelligence with misinformed rants that show he has failed to grasp even the most surface level concepts related to the subject matter of Synarchy, Martinism, Stuart Jacobites and Freemasonry. He seems to equate Johannites to Jacobites, without explanation. He asserts that Martinists (esoteric Christian illuminists of a spiritual knighthood) can be found quoting Crowley. Even the most cursory conversation with someone even remotely enfranchised in the realm of Martinism would reveal that this is absolute nonsense. Clearly, the presentation that this is some sort of informational authoritarian insight into the phenomenon of Synarchy, is an absolute falsehood. Buyer be ware: Jean Saunier, this is not. I have never, ever been so disappointed in a book or so terribly embarrassed for an "author".

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