Michael Howard presents an overview of how esoteric brotherhoods have shaped history. Secret Societies examines the secret chronology and clandestine causes of seminal world events and shows how secret societies feed into one another, and how they have worked together. Learn More
An expose of the dark and critical role secret societies play within the ruling families in America and their influence on American democracy, current events, and world history.
Secret Societies of America's Elite reveals the enormous influence secret societies still have on contemporary American life and shows how the secret Masonic cells that smuggled in the democratic ideals inspiring the American Revolution also enabled the future elite of the new society to build huge fortunes. Learn More
There are two ways of looking at the world: You can take the mass media at face value and believe the world oscillates between the dumb-show of 'left wing' and 'right wing.' Or you can begin to question this national hypnosis. Learn More
Secret societies—now a staple of bestseller novels—are pictured as sinister cults that use hooded albinos to menace truth-seekers. Some conspiracy books claim that fraternal orders are the work of serpentine aliens and interbred humans who wish to supplant earth of its energy, and later, its very existence.
President John F. Kennedy was said to have been murdered by a lone crazed gunman in a Dallas motorcade a half-century ago. The accused killer, Lee Harvey Oswald, was also murdered under mysterious circumstances just a couple days later.
The first manuscript of this book went into the fire five minutes before the arrival of the secret police in Communist Poland. The second copy, reassembled painfully by scientists working under impossible conditions of repression, was sent via a courier to the Vatican. Its receipt was never acknowledged, no word was ever heard from the courier - the manuscript and all the valuable data was lost. The third copy was produced after one of the scientists working on the project escaped to America in the 1980s. Zbigniew Brzezinski suppressed it. Learn More