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Adam Weishaupt A Human Devil -
 Gerald Winrod -Date_Unknown-47pgs-POL-S
EC_SOC.sml.pdf

Disorders, revolutions, economic convulsions and political upheavals do not happen. They result from planning. Under the surface, unknown to good people, there are constant plots, schemes, tricks and intrigues. International conspirators always find it to their advantage to lull the people to sleep until they can get their plots developed so far that nothing can stop them. A man in a stupor is harmless. The despoilers have a way of keeping the popular mind befuddled and drugged, under the influence of their opiates. It is a rare thing for an awakening to take place in time to avert a crisis.

Adam Weishaupt A Human Devil Gerald Winrxod Date_Unknown    

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Encyclopedia_Of_Freemasonry_Vols_1and2-A_Mackey33Dg-W_H
ughan32Dg-E_Hawkins30Dg-1914-CTD-976pgs-SEC_SOC.sml.pdf

A New and Revised Edition...An Encyclopedia of Freemasonry and its Kindred Sciences comprising the Whole Range of Arts, Sciences and Literature as connected with the Institution, by Albert G. Mackey, M.D. 33 deg., author of "The History of Freemasonry,""Lexicon of Freemasonry," "A Text-book of Masonic Jurisprudence," "Symbolism of Freemasonry,", etc., etc.    
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Encyclopedia_Of_Freemasonry_Vol_1-A_Mackey33Dg-W_Hughan
32Dg-E_Hawkins30Dg-1916-CTD-474pgs-SEC_SOC.sml.pdf

A New and Revised Edition...An Encyclopedia of Freemasonry and its Kindred Sciences comprising the Whole Range of Arts, Sciences and Literature as connected with the Institution, by Albert G. Mackey, M.D. 33 deg., author of "The History of Freemasonry,""Lexicon of Freemasonry," "A Text-book of Masonic Jurisprudence," "Symbolism of Freemasonry,", etc., etc.    
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Encyclopedia_Of_Freemasonry_Vol_2-A_Mackey33Dg-W_Hughan
32Dg-E_Hawkins30Dg-1914-501pgs-SEC_SOC.sml.pdf

A New and Revised Edition...An Encyclopedia of Freemasonry and its Kindred Sciences comprising the Whole Range of Arts, Sciences and Literature as connected with the Institution, by Albert G. Mackey, M.D. 33 deg., author of "The History of Freemasonry,""Lexicon of Freemasonry," "A Text-book of Masonic Jurisprudence," "Symbolism of Freemasonry,", etc., etc.    
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Five_Men_Of_Frankfort-The_Story_of_The_Rothchilds-1929-
343pgs-SEC_SOC.sml.pdf

0N a spring day in the year 1764 a young man was seen going up the narrow, cobble-stoned Jews'-Street of Frankfort-on-the-Main. Tradesmen and market women paused in their bargaining to glance at him, but did not recognize him. Tall and spare, with marked Semitic features, a short, pointed black beard, and a rabbinical stoop in the shoulders, he was clearly a son of the Ghetto. A certain good-humored look around the eyes and mouth suggested something familiar about him, and from the unhesitating manner in which he walked straight on before him he seemed to be at home in the teeming street. He had entered by the south end, the one nearest the center of town, and was proceeding steadily northward in the direction of the Bornheimer Gate, which was the poorer section of the Judengasse. Not far from the gate he turned right, halted before a house which had a sign with a crudely painted saucepan on it, and disappeared into the yard. Then only, the curious who had been watching him from their doorways remembered. Why, it was Meyer, "the little Bauer," the son of Amschel and Schoenche, the unfortunate couple who had died within a few months of each other now more than eight years ago, leaving five young children homeless, parentless and with barely enough means for their rearing.    
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Fleshing_Out_Skull_And_Bones- Kris_Millegan-2003-7
23pgs-SEC_SOC-POL.sml.pdf

The most important thing that I would like folks to understand from this work is that the secrecy of these organizations is not good for our Republic. These secret societies are historically foreign-based and do not care about this country. Their ends justifies the means zeitgeist leads to massive corruption and the "institutionalized sociological" excess of "elite deviancy." Where a certain few believe that they are beyond the law and then through corrupted political and economic power -- act above the law, through whatever means at their disposal.    
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Freemasonry_in_the_Holy_Land-Rob_Morris-1878-602pgs-SEC
_SOC.sml.pdf

I offer this book to the Masonic public, in redemption of my pledges to the generous friends who furnished me the means both for my expedition of 1868, and for publishing the book itself. That I have been more than three years getting it up, speaks, I think, for the thorough manner of its preparation. Agreeably to original promise, "the book is adapted to the plainest reader ; one that the owner will take home and read in his domestic circle, and afterwards lend to his neighbors to read ; equally a reference book to the student, and a hand-book to the traveller ; large enough to embrace so great a subject, yet no effort has been spared to compress the information. The Common Gavel has been used remorselessly in striking off excrescences. Written in the spirit of the Holy Writings, French and German infidelity has not made sufficient inroads into American Masonry, that less than nineteen-twentieths will welcome additional light upon the Divine authenticity of the Bible, and such light I have attempted freely to diffuse through this volume.    
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Gentile_Folly-The Rothschilds-Arnold_Leese-1940-67
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This little book has been produced with the object of filling a vacancy which the author considers has too long existed. Works on the Rothschilds are many, but nearly all these are either purposefully inaccurate or, like Count Corti's masterpiece, long and rather dry.. This book of mine contains no padding and needs to be read slowly. I am not concerned with anecdotes about the Rothschilds, nor with registering their " wise-cracks," nor with their " charity." I take no interest in the Rothschilds as men or robots, but only as Jews ; this book, which has been condensed so as to be within the reach of any working-man or woman, deals with the principal aspects of control over the Gentile by sheer weight of money-power, a control used for purposes not Gentile.    
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Goulds_History_Of Freemasonry_Throughout_The_World
_V1-1936-Scribners-437pgs-SEC_SOC.sml.pdf

THIS EDITION IN SIX VOLUMES EMBRACES NOT ONLY AN INVESTIGATION OF RECORDS OF THE ORGANIZATIONS OF THE FRATERNITY IN ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, IRELAND, THE BRITISH COLONIES, EUROPE, ASIA, AFRICA AND SOUTH AMERICA, BUT INCLUDES ADDITIONAL MATERIAL ESPECIALLY PREPARED ON EUROPE, ASIA, AND AFRICA, ALSO CONTRIBUTIONS BY DISTINGUISHED MEMBERS OF THE FRATERNITY COVERING EACH OF THE FORTY-EIGHT STATES, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND THE POSSESSIONS OF THE UNITED STATES, THE PROVINCES OF CANADA AND THE COUNTRIES OF LATIN AMERICA    
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Goulds_History_Of Freemasonry_Throughout_The_World
_V1-6-1936_All-Scribners-CTD-2942pgs-SEC_SOC.sml.pdf

THIS EDITION IN SIX VOLUMES EMBRACES NOT ONLY AN INVESTIGATION OF RECORDS OF THE ORGANIZATIONS OF THE FRATERNITY IN ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, IRELAND, THE BRITISH COLONIES, EUROPE, ASIA, AFRICA AND SOUTH AMERICA, BUT INCLUDES ADDITIONAL MATERIAL ESPECIALLY PREPARED ON EUROPE, ASIA, AND AFRICA, ALSO CONTRIBUTIONS BY DISTINGUISHED MEMBERS OF THE FRATERNITY COVERING EACH OF THE FORTY-EIGHT STATES, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND THE POSSESSIONS OF THE UNITED STATES, THE PROVINCES OF CANADA AND THE COUNTRIES OF LATIN AMERICA.    
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Goulds_History_Of Freemasonry_Throughout_The_World
_V2-1936-Scribners-CTD-469pgs-SEC_SOC.sml.pdf

THIS EDITION IN SIX VOLUMES EMBRACES NOT ONLY AN INVESTIGATION OF RECORDS OF THE ORGANIZATIONS OF THE FRATERNITY IN ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, IRELAND, THE BRITISH COLONIES, EUROPE, ASIA, AFRICA AND SOUTH AMERICA, BUT INCLUDES ADDITIONAL MATERIAL ESPECIALLY PREPARED ON EUROPE, ASIA, AND AFRICA, ALSO CONTRIBUTIONS BY DISTINGUISHED MEMBERS OF THE FRATERNITY COVERING EACH OF THE FORTY-EIGHT STATES, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND THE POSSESSIONS OF THE UNITED STATES, THE PROVINCES OF CANADA AND THE COUNTRIES OF LATIN AMERICA.    
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Goulds_History_Of Freemasonry_Throughout_The_World
_V3-1936-Scribners-361pgs-SEC_SOC.sml.pdf

THIS EDITION IN SIX VOLUMES EMBRACES NOT ONLY AN INVESTIGATION OF RECORDS OF THE ORGANIZATIONS OF THE FRATERNITY IN ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, IRELAND, THE BRITISH COLONIES, EUROPE, ASIA, AFRICA AND SOUTH AMERICA, BUT INCLUDES ADDITIONAL MATERIAL ESPECIALLY PREPARED ON EUROPE, ASIA, AND AFRICA, ALSO CONTRIBUTIONS BY DISTINGUISHED MEMBERS OF THE FRATERNITY COVERING EACH OF THE FORTY-EIGHT STATES, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND THE POSSESSIONS OF THE UNITED STATES, THE PROVINCES OF CANADA AND THE COUNTRIES OF LATIN AMERICA.    
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Goulds_History_Of Freemasonry_Throughout_The_World
_V4-1936-Scribners-417pgs-SEC_SOC.sml.pdf

THIS EDITION IN SIX VOLUMES EMBRACES NOT ONLY AN INVESTIGATION OF RECORDS OF THE ORGANIZATIONS OF THE FRATERNITY IN ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, IRELAND, THE BRITISH COLONIES, EUROPE, ASIA, AFRICA AND SOUTH AMERICA, BUT INCLUDES ADDITIONAL MATERIAL ESPECIALLY PREPARED ON EUROPE, ASIA, AND AFRICA, ALSO CONTRIBUTIONS BY DISTINGUISHED MEMBERS OF THE FRATERNITY COVERING EACH OF THE FORTY-EIGHT STATES, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND THE POSSESSIONS OF THE UNITED STATES, THE PROVINCES OF CANADA AND THE COUNTRIES OF LATIN AMERICA.    
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Goulds_History_Of Freemasonry_Throughout_The_World
_V5-1936-Scribners-627pgs-SEC_SOC.sml.pdf

THIS EDITION IN SIX VOLUMES EMBRACES NOT ONLY AN INVESTIGATION OF RECORDS OF THE ORGANIZATIONS OF THE FRATERNITY IN ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, IRELAND, THE BRITISH COLONIES, EUROPE, ASIA, AFRICA AND SOUTH AMERICA, BUT INCLUDES ADDITIONAL MATERIAL ESPECIALLY PREPARED ON EUROPE, ASIA, AND AFRICA, ALSO CONTRIBUTIONS BY DISTINGUISHED MEMBERS OF THE FRATERNITY COVERING EACH OF THE FORTY-EIGHT STATES, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND THE POSSESSIONS OF THE UNITED STATES, THE PROVINCES OF CANADA AND THE COUNTRIES OF LATIN AMERICA.    
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Goulds_History_Of Freemasonry_Throughout_The_World
_V6-1936-Scribners-631pgs-SEC_SOC.sml.pdf

THIS EDITION IN SIX VOLUMES EMBRACES NOT ONLY AN INVESTIGATION OF RECORDS OF THE ORGANIZATIONS OF THE FRATERNITY IN ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, IRELAND, THE BRITISH COLONIES, EUROPE, ASIA, AFRICA AND SOUTH AMERICA, BUT INCLUDES ADDITIONAL MATERIAL ESPECIALLY PREPARED ON EUROPE, ASIA, AND AFRICA, ALSO CONTRIBUTIONS BY DISTINGUISHED MEMBERS OF THE FRATERNITY COVERING EACH OF THE FORTY-EIGHT STATES, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND THE POSSESSIONS OF THE UNITED STATES, THE PROVINCES OF CANADA AND THE COUNTRIES OF LATIN AMERICA.    
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Handbook_Freemasonry-Edmond_Ronayne-1917-298pgs-SEC_SOC
.sml.pdf

Notwithstanding the claim made by the old authors of Masonic literature, that the Ritual of Freemasonry does not change, there has, within a few years, been a radical change in the phraseology of the Ritual, and some changes in the formula of conducting the lodge ceremonies. To meet these changes this, handbook has been revised to correspond with present formulas, and, it is believed, will be found correct in every essential particular.    
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How_The_Order_Controls_Education-Anthony_Sutton-1985-74
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In the 1850s, three members of The Order left Yale and working together, at times with other members along the way, made a revolution that changed the face, direction and purpose of American education. It was a rapid, quiet revolution, and eminently successful. The American people even today, in 1983, are not aware of a coup d'etat.    
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Illustrations_of_Masonry-Capt_WM_Morgan-Mason-1827-110p
gs-SEC_SOC.sml.pdf

In the absence of the author, or rather compiler of the following work, who was kidnapped and carried away from the village of Batavia, on the fifth day of September, 1826, by a number of Freemasons, it devolves upon the publisher to attempt to set forth some of the leading views that governed those who embarked in the undertaking.    
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Low_Twelve-ES_Ellis-1907-298pgs-SEC_SOC.sml.pdf

IT is to be feared that some enthusiastic writers on Free Masonry give the order an antiquity that is more or less imaginative. One specially ardent author makes the patriarchs and other noted Biblical characters Free Masons, and insists that several of the Saviour's disciples were members of the order. Free Masonry, none the less, is the oldest existing organization of a charitable nature in the history of mankind. During the Middle Ages the Mason brotherhoods were organized corporations, resembling in a general way the other guilds, with rules of their own, and recruited from a body of apprentices who had served a period of probation. The time referred to was a church-building age, and men skilled in the hewing and setting of stones were in demand and held in high esteem . When a great church or cathedral was to be built, skilful masons gathered .from distant quarters to assist those of the neighborhood in the work. A master was chosen, who superintended the whole, and every tenth man was a warden with authority over the rest. It followed, therefore, that a mason, after serving his apprenticeship, could not settle down, like other craftsmen, among his neighbors, but was obliged to travel in order to find employment. It was advisable that all members of the fraternity should possess the means of making themselves known to one another and thus avoid the necessity of proving their skill as craftsmen. In order to do so, and to enable a mason to claim the hospitality of his brother masons, a system of symbols was devised, in which every mason was initiated and which he was pledged to keep secret. The term "Free," as applied to the craft, arose from the fact that its members were exempted by several papal bulls from the laws which governed ordinary laborers, as well as from the various burdens imposed upon the working classes in England and on the Continent.    
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Major_Weekly_Propagandist-Paul_A_Fisher-395pgs_Mason-SE
C_SOC.sml.pdf

In its issue of September 5, the number three weekly news magazine, US. News and World Report, which boasts of being"RatedAmerica's Most Credible News Service," ran a major article by its reporter Jay Tolson, titled, Inside the Masons. The purported facts set forth in the article by staff writer Jay Tolson, actually are contradicted by the true f acts set forth in the official Scottish Rite monthly magazine, the New Age, which underwent a name change in the early 1980s. One aspect of the article also is contradicted by a news article in The Washington Post some years earlier. As a matter of fact, the US. News article is typical of a variety of articles on Masonry that have appeared over the years with some regularity in a variety of newspapers and magazines across the country. Apparently the purpose is, and has been to dispel - as one letter writer from Indianapolis wrote in the magazine's September 19 issue - "misinformation about the [Masonic] fraternity ." Those newspaper articles, have all the appearance of press releases by the Masonic fraternity, leading the public to believe that this late 18`' century Fraternity is comprised of a group of good of boys dedicated to helping their fellow man by their support of hospitals dedicated to ministering to burned children, and spreading good cheer among all people by their parades and circuses. Cities, large and small, across this country have two things in common: a Protestant Church and a Masonic Lodge. However, little known to the public at large, research shows those lodges are themselves a type of a church teaching the pagan Ancient Mysteries and other occult matters, as a review of Masonic literature will certainly evidence, particularly the New Age, and the magnum opus, Morals and Dogma, written by their late 19th Century Grand Commander, Albert Pike.    
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New_England_And_The_Bavarian_Illuminati-Vernon_Stauffer
-1918-777pgs-SEC_SOC.sml.pdf

Few if any periods in our national history have been marked by a greater variety of clashing interests than the closing decade of the eighteenth century. Owing in part to inexperience in grappling with the problems of government, in part to widely belligerent and irreconcilable elements among the people, in part to grave international complications and concerns, and in part, confessedly, to rumors and excitements for which, as events proved, no adequate grounds existed, the lives of the people of New England were tossed rudely about on rough currents and countercurrents of mingled hope and anguish. To a dispassionate observer (if anywhere on the green earth at the close of the eighteenth century such an individual might have been found) it must have seemed as though the citizens of New England. were as so many bits of wood, bobbing up and down on waters excessively choppy but otherwise motionless. The agitation, however, was not merely superficial; issues and movements of the most profound significance were pouring their impetuous torrents through channels freshly cut and steadily deepened by new streams of human interest which the erection of the national government, in particular, had started on their tortuous ways.    
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Secret_Societies_Of_All_Ages_And_Countries-Charles_Will
iam_Heckethorn-Vol2-1897-371pgs-POL.sml.pdf

(See Volume I under same title)
A Comprehensive Account of upwards of One Hundred and Sixty Secret Organisations-Religious, Political, and Social-from the most Remote Ages down to the Present Time Embracing the Mysteries of Ancient
India, China, Japan, Egypt, Mexico,
Peru, Greece, and Scandinavia, the Cabbalists, Early Christians, Heretics, Assassins, Thugs, Templars, the Vehm and Inquisition, Mystics, Rosicrucians, Illuminati, Freemasons, Skopzi, Camorristi, Carbonari, Nihilists, Fenians, French, Spanish, And other Mysterious Sects
BY CHARLES WILLIAM HECKETHORN IN TWO VOLUMES
VOL. II NEW EDITION THOROUGHLY REVISED AND GREATLY ENLARGED

LONDON, GEORGE REDWAY 1897

   
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Skull and Bones-Living_Deceased_and_Catalogue
_of_Members-1983-652pgs

Original roster for Skull and Bones. This three volume set was published by Bones for members only. Obviously it got loose and here it is for the world to see.    
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The_Book_Of_The_Master_Of_The_Hidden_Places-W_Marsham_A
dams-Oxford-London-1933-194pgs-SEC_SOC.sml.pdf

THERE is, perhaps, no ancient civilisation that has given rise to so much speculation as that of ancient Egypt, which has for centuries presented, and in many respects still presents, a number of problems of considerable interest and difficulty. Until the discovery of the Rosetta stone by M. Bouchard in 1799, which made possible . the decipherment of the hieroglyphics, there seemed to be little hope that any of these questions would be solved, and although much progress has since been made, the real nature of the religion of Egypt, her chronology, the extent of her scientific knowledge, the source of her civilisation and the significance of certain of her monuments still seem to be regarded by many authorities as being largely within the domain of theory only. In any event it is apparent that on all these points there exists, even today, a considerable divergence of opinion among scholars. It is now nearly forty years since the late Mr. Marsham Adams first propounded his theory as to the intimate correspondence that exists between the Book of the Dead, as it is commonly, though erroneously, called and the passage chambers of the Great Pyramid. This he did in an article in the New Review in 1894, while in the following year he published the first of his two books on the subject, The House of the Hidden Places (London : John Murray), which he described as a clue to the mysterious religion of ancient Egypt.    
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The_Freemasons_Monitor-Z_A_Davis-1843-398pgs-SEC_SOC.sm
l.pdf

WITH EXPLANATIONS AND PLATES OF ALL THE EMBLEMS OF THE DEGREES OF ENTERED APPRENTICE, FELLOW CRAFT, MASTER MASON, MARK MASTER, PAST MASTER, MOST EXCELLENT MASTER, ROYAL ARCH MASON, ROYAL MASTER, SELECT MASTER, HIGH PRIESTHOOD, KNIGHTS OF THE RED CROSS, KNIGHTS TEMPLARs, AND KNIGHTS OF MALTA ; ALSO, CONSTITUTIONS, REGULATIONS, ETC., COMPILED AND ARRANGED FROM THE MOST APPROVED WRITER.,    
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The_New_Masonic_Trestle_Board-Charles_W_Moore-1850-209p
gs-SEC_SOC.sml.pdf

This work was originally prepared by order of the NATIONAL MASONIC CONVENTION, held at Baltimore, Md ., in 1843 ; and was first submitted to the Fraternity in that year. It was favorably received, and has since passed through several editions. It is in very general use in the Lodges of the United States, and has met with unexpected favor in England, and other parts of Europe.    
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The_Origin_Of_Freemasonry-Brother_Chalmers_I_Paton-1871
-70pgs-SEC_SOC.sml.pdf

Many worthy brethren have been offended on account of the discredit done to the Masonic Order by the assertion, which is now often and confidently made, that the whole system of Freemasonry is of very recent origin-some saying that it was invented by Elias Ashmole and a few of his learned and ingenious friends in the seventeenth century,-others, more numerous, that it derives existence from the year 1717, and was devised, promulgated, and palmed upon the world by Dr Desaguliers, Dr Anderson, and others, who then founded the Grand Lodge of England. Some of these brethren have asked me, as a brother believed to take a deep interest in every question of this kind, and supposed to have opportunity for investigation, to bestow a little attention upon this subject-to inquire what grounds there are for the Ashmole theory, and what for the 1717 theory-or if they are not both utterly groundless. I have gladly endeavoured to comply with their request, and hope the result may be satisfactory to them.    
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The_Reign_of_the_House_of_Rothchild-Count_Egon_Caesar_C
orti-1830-1871-c1928-525pgs-SEC_SOC.sml.pdf

This volume carries on the history of the House of Rothschild as revealed by the relevant documents up to the Peace that concluded the Franco-Prussian War in 1871. In the writing of this volume, also, the Rothschild family have brought no influence of any kind to bear ; my aim has been to portray without prejudice or partiality the tremendous part which the House played in the events of the nineteenth century. Original documents and letters that had been intercepted have occasionally afforded particularly illuminating revelations ; although, in the case of extracts from some of the letters, it is necessary to bear in mind that the originals were probably carefully altered by the Rothschilds themselves, with the deliberate intention of making upon persons like Metternich a definite impression such as would assist them in carrying out their plans. Seen in this light they are no less instructive and characteristic of the methods of the House than the more ingenuous documents that undoubtedly constitute a large proportion of those used in this work.    
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The_Round_Towers-Henry_OBrien_Esq-1834-561pgs-SEC_SOC.s
ml.pdf

THE MYSTERIES OF FREEMASONRY, OF SABAISM, AND OF BUDHISM IN Fraser's Magazine for the month just expired, there has appeared an article headed the " Arcana of Freemasonry," which will save me the trouble of an introductory dissertation . The style is quaint, but that will be overlooked : its author is evidently a true mason and a good man ; and initiated, as he is, in all the fundamentals of his fraternity, he will be the more ready to recognize the truth of my disclosures, as well as to admit the originality of the proofs which I adduce. To him, therefore, whoever he is, do I with confidence refer.    
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The_Secret_History_Of_The_Oxford_Movement-Walter_Walsh-
1899-475pgs-REL-SEC_SOC.sml.pdf

THE Church Times, in its issues of September 9th, 16th, and 23rd, 1888, devoted a considerable portion of its space to a criticism of this book, and has now reprinted these articles as a pamphlet of thirty-two pages. It is generally understood that this is the recognised reply of the Ritualistic party, and therefore it has been thought well that I should answer it in these pages.    
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The_Secret_Of_The_Zodiac-Julian_Sterne-1933-319pgs-SEC_
SOC.sml.pdf

This is a quote in the beginning of the book by Disraeli that provides the reader with an idea of it's contents. " So you see, my dear Coningsby, that the world is governed by very different personages from what is imagined by those who are not behind the scenes."-DISRAELI .    
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The_Secret_Societies_of_All_Ages_and_Countries-George_R
edway-Vol1-1897-798pgs-POL.sml.pdf

A Comprehensive Account of upwards of One Hundred and Sixty Secret Organisations- Religious, Political, and Social-from the most Remote Ages down to the Present Time Embracing the Mysteries of Ancient India, China, Japan, Egypt, Mexico, Peru, Greece, and Scandinavia, the Cabbalists, Early Christians, Heretics, Assassins, Thugs, Templars, the Vehm and Inquisition, Mystics, Rosicrucians, Illuminati, Freemasons, Skopzi, Camorristi, Carbonari, Nihilists, Fenians, French, Spanish, and other Mysterious Sects.    
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The_Secret_World_Government-Maj_Gen_Count_Cherep_Spirid
ovich-1926-206pgs-POL.sml.pdf

This book is mostly about Jews ; it is not against the Jews. These painstaking researches have been made in order to rewrite- history "with conscience ;" as Lamartine urged, as Washington Irving admonished . The results are presented to the thinking public to enlarge its intelligence, not its prejudice. The book should appeal to Jew and Gentile alike, that they may join hands in purging society of its enemies, be they Jewish plotters or Gentile participants; each group more contemptible than the other according to the point of contemplation.    
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