This book is a gripping account of the murky world of the international oil industry and its role in world politics.
Pulitzer Prize winning author explores the connections of the Muslim Brotherhood in Europe and the CIA, revealing the role of Said Ramadan, son-iin-law and successor to Hasan al Banna.
While relatively unknown, Alexandre Kojeve was a key member of the synarchist conspiracy to create the European Union, and the leading interpret of Hegel, he influenced Neoconservative ideologues, Leo Strauss and Francis Fukuyama.
By Arnoldo Momigliano. Scholarly. Exploration of the Greeks and their contact with the nations of the Celts, Persians and Jews, and their perception of them.
Franz Cumont, the Belgian Archeologist, was the great expert of Mithraism and one of the most prominent scholars of the 20th century. Though written nearly a hundred years ago, his studies remain some of the most thorough. In Astrology and Religion Among the Greeks and Romans, he explores the date and origin of astrology in Babylon, and its subsequent penetration into ancient Greece and Rome.
Explores the little known survival of neo-Nazi occultism. To understand the political implications of this network, read Daniel Ganser's NATO's Secret Armies.
A classic. Some have sought to make the case that Judaism was derived from Canaanite cult worship. However, it was after the Babylonian Exile, the Bible was altered to conform with these pagan ideas that featured in the new esoteric interpretation of the Kabbalah. It this is understood, then this book is a useful examination of parallels between the Bible and Canaanite religion.
Drawing on extensive archival research and interviews with dozens of policy makers and CIA, Pentagon, and foreign service officials, Robert Dreyfuss follows the trail of American collusion from support for the Muslim Brotherhood in 1950s Egypt, to links with Khomeini and Afghani jihadists, to longstanding ties between radical Islamists and the leading banks of the West.
An authoritative biography of Allen Dulles, former head of the CIA, who masterminded much of the US's dirty dealings in the 20th century.
Though there is no evidence that Hegel was a member of the Illuminati, in Hegel and the Hermetic Tradition, Glenn Alexander Magee, points that Hegel was well aquaintained with several of its prominent members. In addition, Magee demonstrates that Hegel's conception of history as the evolution of an idea was derived from the Kabbalah. An excellent scholarly work.