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Vatican Assassins: Wounded in the House of My Friends Paperback – November, 2000

ISBN-13: 978-0970499905 ISBN-10: 0970499906

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Product Details

  • Paperback
  • Publisher: Halcyon Unified Services (November 2000)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0970499906
  • ISBN-13: 978-0970499905
  • Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,032,237 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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106 of 117 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 11, 2002
Format: Paperback
Vatican Assassins (VA) is a sweeping and sometimes daunting book. I really enjoyed it in spite of it's disturbing revelations, the author's sometimes awkward writing style and on occasion, his questionable conclusions. For anyone with an interest in world affairs - past, present & future - or the political ambitions of the Vatican (which Phelps argues is really one in the same) this is a valuable perspective to gather.
Phelps does a very good job illustrating the ubiquitous nature of Jesuit insidiousness throughout modern political, economic & cultural history. In highlighting the diabolical essence of the order, he sheds light on the unequivocal and nearly universal distain for the Jesuits by heads of state since their inception in the late 1500s. These include Napoleon Bonaparte (who, in his memoirs, called them a military order, not a religious one), Oliver Cromwell, George Washington and Abraham Lincoln.
Although the rational for many the arguments is well documented, I don't know if the veracity of all of the conclusions can be tested. The book contains endless quotes and citations, yet not everything comes together as tightly as I would have liked (at least after one read). That said, I still think Phelps is on target and proves more than enough of his points to be taken seriously.
The book is well organized however it covers so much territory it's easy to become overwhelmed. This is a function of the subject more than anything else. While it can be considered both an introductory text and more of an advanced study, the average reader will likely need to do additional reading and investigation outside of what Phelps gives (thus the reason for the several full length books included on the CD-ROM that comes with VA).
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Vlad B. on July 10, 2009
Format: Hardcover
When I first started to read about the Society of Jesus, Knights of Malta and Vatican I was not drawn into it as I was with the other so called "alternative" history. I would read it and put it off for another day sort of. But one day after watching Eric Phelps' video I finally understood where it is all at. Like many people who either stumbled or were lead to Eric's works, I was not 100% in agreement with some of his ideas. To me things like "no race mixing" and "country for each race" were kind of strange to hear. After all I have no beef with any other races, so what is the problem I thought.

But of course as with many things you first have to give it a time. Those not familiar with a computer would find simplest things unmanagable and difficult to perform, but with time they will master them and will look back at their struggles and laugh. So was it with me and Eric's views. I would point to Eric's work and tell people not to pay attention to some race related material as the topic that I was trying to talk to them about was the main theme and race related writings were just personal views. But as I delved deeper into Eric's work - 1860+ page book, video lectures, and of course his 5 day a week radio show on LibertyRadioLive site - I realized how wrong I was.

Eric is not a "racist" as some of you label him, well actually as Eric points out, he is not a "hateful racist". Some of you reading reviews might think that he is some kind of Grand Inquisitor of the KKK. Eric believes in "Biblical racism", each race living in their own country. He advocates that we here in North America should have a "Black country", "White Protestant country", "Catholic country" etc etc.
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55 of 65 people found the following review helpful By "baptistmatt" on May 20, 2003
Format: Paperback
This is a first-class history book. Mr. Phelps covers all the bases beginning with the reformation, and continuing all the way to the present.
He uses endless sources, including sources that almost cannot be found in print. Some of these books, such as Cusack's "The Black Pope," cannot be found save in the complementary CD which comes with the book.
Although some of his claims are not backed up with direct evidence (such as that the government keeps hidden technology in Area 51), it is certainly plausible, and fits appropriately with the over conclusions.
Be aware, the Jesuits were the most evil people in history, and we have reason to believe there has been no change. Phelps develops this brilliantly. Be sure to study the Kennedy Assassination!
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37 of 43 people found the following review helpful By the_reader on June 19, 2006
Format: Paperback
This book is neither anti-Catholic nor anti-Jewish. In fact, if you actually read the book (excellent material by the way), you may notice that Phelps claims that most of the anti-Semitic propaganda is purposefully fabricated by the Jesuits (not Catholics) so that any bad aftermath can be blamed on the Jews and they (the Jesuits) can remain hidden. Phelps, furthermore, claims that it was the Jews who many times blocked Jesuits plots. He also claims that some of the bravest men who confronted the Jesuits are Catholics such as JFK.

Finally, Phelps also explains that one of the main weapons of Jesuits is the "divide and conquer" technique, for which they use deceptions to create and then manipulate conflicts.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By TeeRich on October 11, 2008
Format: Paperback
This is the best book out on the market right now. With pictures and incredible detail Author Eric Phelps puts together with simple clarity the history of the Jesuits and the Vatican that they wish you didn't know. Every red blooded American should have this book in their library to correct their neighbor when they try to blame the Jewish people, "neocons", Muslim Arabs or any other group or peoples for the destruction and confusion we see taking place at home and abroad.

Being an ex-catholic myself it was hard for me to digest at first. But as I continued to do my own research I was amazed at what I found.

Knowledge truly is power. And when you read this book you will begin to see so clearly exactly WHAT is going on in current events and WHY!
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