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The Secret Societies Handbook

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by Michael Bradley
 

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In this remarkable book, Michael Bradley examines the hidden story behind our economic and political hierarchy. He traces the roots of 21 secret societies that have shaped the history of the last two thousand years and reveals shocking new evidence concerning the true extent of their global power today, including:

  • Arcane rituals performed by the United

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In this remarkable book, Michael Bradley examines the hidden story behind our economic and political hierarchy. He traces the roots of 21 secret societies that have shaped the history of the last two thousand years and reveals shocking new evidence concerning the true extent of their global power today, including:

  • Arcane rituals performed by the United States elite in a vine-covered "tomb" at Yale University campus
  • Masonic secrets that threaten to destroy the foundations of Christianity
  • Occult symbols hidden by the Founding Fathers at the heart of our government administration
  • A bizarre personality cult that enjoys the blessing and protection of the Vatican
  • Sinister covert plans to reduce the world's population

It is impossible to ignore the compelling message of this deeply disturbing analysis. Bold, uncompromising, and totally absorbing, The Secret Societies Handbook offers a challenging re-examination of world events and the hidden power structures that conspire to engineer them and determine our future.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780760762769
Publisher:
Sterling Publishing
Publication date:
09/11/2004
Pages:
144
Product dimensions:
5.40(w) x 6.86(h) x 0.35(d)

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The Secret Societies Handbook 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
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celticlune More than 1 year ago
I thought that Michael Bradley did a marvelous job with "The Secret Societies Handbook". The way he wrote the book was very easy to inhale and the pictures are very curious. Fun book for anyone who wants to know more about history or politics for that matter.
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dallasbanker More than 1 year ago
I was expecting a book with some real meat to it. Something I could sink my teeth into and really learn something more about secret societies from around the world. What this book is is a two-page synopsis of widely-known rumors (or fabricated statements with no factual support) on each organization. When I read a non-fiction book, I want facts, or opinions backed by facts. This book cites no sources whatsoever. How do you know that group had a meeting in London recently? Do you have quotes, new articles referring to it, photos of those in attendance arriving to the hotel? Nope. Nothing. Pure conjecture is all the author gives you. Don't buy this book, unless you really plan to read it wearing a tinfoil hat. It is a waste of your valuable time.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
this book is a very good intro into a world that runs and opperates behind closed doors and curtains. these are the only real governments and corportaions and people of power. think of the president with a boss and him with a boss and with a boss above that. well this is the real structure of the world and this book shows this and it also shows how most if not all of these socieites are interwoven. if you are skeptic pivk it up its not going to cost you an arm and a leg. its a small book very light read and hard to put down because you want to know more. well all in all an excellent book and a must read for anyone i would say.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It's interesting to note that there was some research in the compilation of time, places, names, locations, purpose of the secret societies, but i'm womdering after the writing of this the book: 'The secret Societies' this means that they are no longer a secret.... I wonder what the boys in the hood are going to do now? Stay Tune !
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a welcome introduction to a world unknown. I enjoyed the quick read and historical images and it almost fits in my pocket. With all the information inside, it's a steal at this price.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I picked this book up half-expecting to read a voluminous pack of superstition and nonsense. I was pleasantly surprised with the book, while being a quick read it manages to rather aptly raise several important questions as well as make several good points. Some of the implications in this work move to shake the very foundation of our social structure. This is an excellent quick read to spark an interest in the subject.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is short enough to finish in a day, but has a lot of information in it. It was very interesting, but sounds kind of 'out there' when you consider what the author is seems to be implying. But the book really makes a lot of sense. Seems to be a 'Conspiracy Theory' of sorts, but Michael Bradley was very good at pointing out that a lot occurs behind the scenes in America and throughout the world. I highly recommend this book for those who want to know more about the different 'Secret Societies' in America.
Guest More than 1 year ago
When I picked up this book I expected to read a bunch of superstitious babble, but I found the opposite. It is a light read, yet overflowing with information. It also mentions many other books and even some official websites where even more information can be found. I recomend this book to anyone who wants to challenge their faith in religion and government.