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Rule by secrecy : the hidden history that connects the Trilateral Commission, the Freemasons, and the Great Pyramids

Author: Jim Marrs
Publisher: New York : HarperCollins, ©2000.
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Chronicles the history of secret societies, from ancient Egypt to the Council on Foreign Relations, showing the long-suppressed connections between these societies and the military, political, and social history of the world.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jim Marrs
ISBN: 0060193689 9780060193683
OCLC Number: 42771465
Description: ix, 467 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Question of conspiracy --
Rule by the few --
View from the few --
Modern secret societies: Trilateral commission --
Council on foreign relations --
Bilderbergers --
Rockefellers --
Morgans --
Rothschilds --
Secrets of money and the Federal Reserve System --
Empire building --
Royal Institute of International Affairs-Round tables --
Rhodes and Ruskin --
Skull and bones --
Tax-exempt foundations and alphabet agencies --
It's new to us --
Commentary --
Fingerprints of conspiracy: Report from iron mountain --
Persian Gulf --
Who pays the tab? --
Vietnam --
JFK opposed globalists --
Al the way the LBJ --
Trading with the enemy --
Korea --
Rise of the Nazi cult --
Theosophists, Thulists, and other cultists --
Leader arrives --
Hitler's support group --
Hitler's fortune turns --
Japan against the wall --
World War II --
Business as usual --
World War I --
Stimulus for war --
Russian Revolution --
Rise of Communism --
Commentary --
Rebellion and revolution: War between the states --
Secret society agitation --
Preemptive strikes --
Anti-Masonic movement --
French Revolution --
Jacobins and Jacobites --
Sir Francis Bacon and the New Atlantis --
American Revolution --
Illuminati --
Freemasonry --
Count Saint-Gemain and other magicians --
Masonic plots --
Freemasonry vs. Christianity --
Rosicrucians --
Commentary --
Elder secret societies: Knights Templar --
Assassins --
Templar bankers and builders --
Cathars --
Albigensian crusade --
Templar's demise --
Priory of Sion --
Merovingians --
Far-reaching web --
Commentary --
Ancient mysteries: Road to Rome --
Cabala --
Ancient secrets and mysteries --
Was there more to Moses? --
All roads lead to Sumer --
Anunnaki --
Floods and wars --
Commentary.
Responsibility: Jim Marrs.
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Chronicles the history of secret societies, from ancient Egypt to the Council on Foreign Relations, showing the long-suppressed connections between these societies and the military, political, and social history of the world.

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