The Illuminati Manifesto

The Illuminati Manifesto

by Solomon Tulbure

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ISBN-13: 9780595210558
Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date: 12/23/2001
Pages: 328
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.73(d)

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The Illuminati Manifesto 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was stunned by the juvenile vacuity of this book. There is NO authentic scholarship at all within it. It is just a very long diatribe against systemized religion. The author rants and raves, and then does more of the same. Christianity as an institution alone is an enormously complex field, no matter one's feelings about it. This...book is badly written, full of basic grammar errors, and in 'content' an insult to serious theologians everywhere.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Wonderful reading. I can't believe I have been so blind! I hope every person on earth reads this book. If you are looking for mind stimulation this book is a MUST READ! Thank you so much for giving my life a new meaning and purpose!
Guest More than 1 year ago
any book that presents the illuminati in positivity is a disguise. Jesus siad, 'in secret have i done nothing.' know satan is the prince of darkness who appears as an angel of light.and know that the serpent was the most subtle beast in the field. Gen. 3:1 also read Col. chpt 2. just a little evidence of those who advocate the illuminati's principles and agendas is on the review section of the 'Illuminati 666' book, which tells the truth of this powerful and secret organization. Read the email address of that critic and put two together. But be warned; even those who manipulate the masses are being manipulated themselves.so i gave this book a good ol' pagan five point star which it doesn't even deserve.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Reviewer: dan martin (see more about me) from Honolulu, Hawaii USA 'The Illuminati Manifesto' by Solomon Tulbure is the first public declaration of the principles, policies, and intentions of the world's most powerful organization. Despite being denounced by religionists as the epitome of evil, the 31 million members of this secret organization consider themselves the most moral people on earth. Here is most of their 'Owner's Manual.' The 300 page paperback contains several essays illustrating the failings of Christianity and Islam, followed by the Declaration of Individual Rights, a Constitution, and Prime Directives. Fifty-five of the 100 Illuminati Protocols begin two-thirds of the way through, followed by 53 pages of text describing the failings of contemporary society and how an Illuminati-led New World Order will eventually correct those evils. The book is admittedly abridged 'due to recent events and other reasons,' but taken as a whole gives a good sense of philosophic underpinnings, the failings of contemporary culture, the ideal society hoped to be achieved at some point in the future, and the high moral principles on which the Illuminati and its members operate. What is not spelled out are any details about its present covert operations in our society, or what the transitional process will be to achieve this utopia. That the Illuminati 'is not for the faint hearted' is demonstrated by admonitions to 'take action' against religion and the 'enemy.' Philosophically, the Illuminati are driven by Objectivism; the philosophy promulgated by Ayn Rand in her popular novels 'The Fountainhead,' and 'Atlas Shrugged;' the latter selling 400,000 copies a year 45 years after it was first published. Objectivism is in complete opposition to contemporary Judeo-Christian ethics in defining the individual's relationship to society; thus altruism is soundly damned, and selfishness is portrayed as a virtue. It is a philosophy based on reason and objective reality where people do not compromise on principle or are afraid to make value judgments about people or anything, where telling children fairy stories is not permitted, and religion is regarded as a mental aberration. The book illustrates how in our 'mixed' society, capitalism is undermined and looted much in the same way it was in the novel 'Atlas Shrugged;' how altruism leading us to increasing corruption of all aspects of our government and the economy, moving steadily toward the inevitable destruction of this country. The villains are 'parasites' who consume more than they produce, and who live by looting and mooching off the productive. In the ideal society to come, government -- a Constitutional Republic -- is prohibited from compromising individual rights, politicians as a class are outlawed, and all representatives who serve must hold advanced scientific degrees to ensure their capability of rational management. The book is rich with interesting concepts such as a short course in telepathy (it really works!), having young children sleep with their parents to promote closeness, and a hint of extra-terrestrial influence. Mr. Tulbure has an 'in your face' roughness at times which belies a great passion, insight, and intelligence. Don't be fooled by it. That the Illuminati are finally 'going public' to this extent should be handwriting on the wall that you need to read this book.