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$15.78

A surprisingly revealing book for a mainstream publication.

Much like The Masters Revealed, revals more of the extensive network of H. P. Blavatsky, including her connection of Abdul Qadir al Jazairi, a Freemason and leader of the Qadirriya Sufi order, which played an important role in the occult infiltration of Islam.

This work is a study of a few typical “Reform Movements” or heresies in the history of Catholicism during the Middle Ages and of Protestantism during the Reformation era.

A classic. Explores various fascinating issues, including the use of astrological motifs and circles of the zodiac in ancient Jewish synaguogues.

 

The book by the scholar who started the scholarly study of the Kabbalah.

$79.99

Essential book for understanding the twisted philosphy of Leo Strauss and his neoconservative proteges.

What the author fails to mention is the Millenarians were associated with the Rosicrucians of the Hartlib Circle who were preparing the advent of the false Messiah Sabbetai Zevi, who followers creatd the Illuminati in 1776.

$50.85

The key to understanding much of the history of the late 20th century is in understanding the CIA's engagement of an international network of fascist terror groups. To understand the occult connections, read Goodrick-Clarke's Black Sun.

$6.99

Another important work by Cumont, that explores the Near Eastern mysteries, including the Mysteries of Mithras, and their prevalence in the Roman world.

 

$20.80

The only book in the English language to extensively detail the history of the Illuminati and their network.

$233.00

An impressive and detailed book about the Kabbalah and the history of Freemasonry.

$45.60

Jamal Afghani was the arch-conspirator. Founder of the Islamic fundamentalist tradition of Salafism, which gave birth to the Muslim Brotherhood, as well as Grand Master of Egyptian Freemasonry, and inspiration to H. P. Blavatsky and the Nation of Islam.