Book Review: Cults, Conspiracies, & Secret Societies by Arthur Goldwag
Surprisingly good. I wasn't exactly in danger, and rather confusing. Interesting without being sensationalist or fear mongering, offering an overall viewpoint, but I felt obscurely threatened! Some of the writing is amateurish.
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Cults, Conspiracies, and Secret Societies by Arthur Goldwag nugget. Given what's going on this ever-more-paranoid society, a book like this becomes not only.
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This is truly an astonishing encyclopedia of conspiracies of every kind and secret societies of every dark shade, from antiquity right up to the present day. It's another must-have. With all the books out there focusing on specific conspiracy theories, it's great to find a book that is so comprehensive that it literally covers them all. This is a fantastic book for anyone who's been wondering about conspiracies, but didn't know where to start. One warning, however: Don't loan the book out and expect to get it back soon.
From Alchemy to Zionism this fearless conzpiracies breaks down the truth and filters through the lies, this is it? If you could only own one book on conspiracies. Details if other :? Home Contact us Help Free delivery worldwide.
I enjoyed the direct presentation of factual information to catalog these various groups. The book offers some insight towards answering this question and then launches into an alphabetic aocieties of well known and obscure conspiracies. Informative but tends to get repetitive. If you're not already paranoid, you may be after reading this book.