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The best book on the Real History and Conspiracy Plans
on August 31, 2000
I just finished reading this treatise on the coming New World Order. When I ordered this book, I was reading Rule by Secrecy by Jim Marrs. Side by side, Hope of the Wicked is much the superior of the two. "Secrecy" gradually fades after the mid-point and loses credibility with extraterrestrials, etc. and is devoid of a theological or metaphysical orientation, while "Hope" builds to a coherent but sobering conclusion about the near future and leaves us only with the theological virtue of Hope. One of my interests is Freemasonry, Knights Templar and conspiratorial topics. My reading has been part of my many years long research into the "strategic implications" of these organizations. I have read Malachi Martin, Dr. John Coleman and many others who describe the diabolical plot to overthrow western civilization, Christianity and the Catholic Church. Lucifer is definitely their leader because, as mentioned in this book, the plan and execution is supra-human. I live in San Diego. I live within earshot of a submarine base (I hear taps every night) and I gaze from my front living room upon the white rows of tombstones at Ft. Rosecrans National Cemetery on a hill in the distance. It hurts my spirit (I am also a Vietnam era veteran), to know that the sacrifices of my grandfather (WW1), father (WW2), friends and many, many brave men were the manipulations of craven politicians using the patriotism card to further along a centuries old conspiracy against humanity. I have also spent hours at Civil War battlefields and at Arlington, totally taken by the bravery of men fighting for the American Ideal. It is hard to believe it was all for naught. However, perhaps it was always this way. The Spartans at Thermapolae, the Poles at Vienna, the French at Austerlitz, etc, all died in a cause that did not last but a few years after their victories. Our real focus should be the Kingdom of God. Governments and other earthly institutions are temporal by nature and we sometimes put too much faith in them. But, with all that said, it is hard not to feel profound sorrow at the quick passing of a Noble Experiment. Upon finishing this excellent book, I had a premonition of what St. Augustine must have felt when the Roman Empire was crumbling around him and the Vandals were at the gate of Hippo, as he lay dying. The dark hell he must have foreseen for civilization and Christianity, must have been very similar to our own visions of the near future with the godless New World Order. The NWO may turn out to be a modern Tower of Babel (its demise is in the design and foundation) and may cause much destruction in its time. The current rot of civilization (like late antiquity) must be cleansed before a new structure can be established. The Lord of History works in strange ways and uses his chosen instruments, whether good or bad. But it will pave the way for a future that we (like Augustine) cannot envision in the present.
My advice is to buy several copies of this book and give to friends and family. They will not be able to put it down once they begin reading. It will profoundly change the way you think!
Also, I recommend Foucault's Pendulum by Umberto Eco. It is a novel but he encodes the Truth about real history and secret society conspiracy in a very arcane and intellectual manner.