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    Michael Benson(Author)

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. 2005 light tanning to pages

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  • PDF | 272 pages
  • Michael Benson(Author)
  • Citadel; 1st edition (June 7, 2005)
  • English
  • 5
  • Politics & Social Sciences

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  • By Stillearning on January 4, 2012

    This is a nice book. It gives you a brief overlay in all the secret societies that have progressed over history and those that are still relevant today. It is a little biased in the writing. You can tell their is some negative connotation to what the writer is saying but its still factually accurate. Overall I would recommend it if someone asked about it. Enjoy.

  • By Foxracer on July 12, 2016

    Great info for researching secret societies

  • By Kindle Customer on December 10, 2009

    The only thought that this book has is what comes after A, then B, then, etc... then forgets that there is a Z. Come on, I could have goten this info from Wikipedia, heck, they probably have even more.The subtitle of this book should be; "What They Don't Want You To Know"...is that this book is crap.If you buy this book, you are wasting your money. You should not even order this book if it were free, with free shipping, and if for some reason you stole it, give it back because not to would not only prove that you are a dumb thief, but can't read either.

  • By BB on October 30, 2013

    This book sheds light on the parts of the country that are really there. While not a complete conspiracy theorist, I do have first hand experience with secret societies at UVA and Washington and Lee in VA. What is presented in this book is intended to teach my American Lit students that these juntas are real and do have power.

  • By Dee from Brighton on May 4, 2009

    All this book is, is an alphabetical listing of different societies, Illuminati, Mafia, etc. It was a disappointment. If you want to read this book, get it at the library because it isn't worth buying. You'd probably be better off reading an Encyclopedia of Secret Societies as this is pretty much what this book is.

  • By D. S. Bornus on May 22, 2006

    This book is organized in alphabetical order, listing a great many "secret societies" such as the Freemasons, Rosicruicians, Knights Templar, etc. but also such lesser-known groups as the "Bilderbergs," "Bohemian Grove," "MJ-12," etc. that perhaps are much more influential in our time.The entries are very basic yet seem to be comprehensive. This is a general reference book to consult when you have heard the name of some group and just want to get an idea of who they are, and then go on to other more in-depth information in other books.Caveat: I don't have full confidence in the author's accuracy with specific details. For example, he speaks of someone being held in a "Minneapolis prison" and I happen to know there is no prison in Minneapolis (there is a county jail).

  • By Amazon fan on July 7, 2007

    While the city blissfully sleeps, they gather shrouded under a veil of secrecy to plot the destruction of nation-states, races and religions. These are the members of ancient societies, new world orders and every shadowy group in between. Well researched and highly enjoyable, this book will give you an up close and personal view of their mad plans and sometimes-brutal tactics.

  • By David Andrews on December 25, 2008

    Whether you are a true conspiracy theorist or just some one who likes to laugh at them, this book is an excellent refrence for how the conspricay community views many secret orginazations.


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