- Paperback: 550 pages
- Publisher: Lux Verbi Books (UK); Vol. 1 edition (September 1, 2008)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0954359666
- ISBN-13: 978-0954359669
- Package Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.5 x 1.3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 25 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #995,977 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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1. Finally a book that sheds light on the current and historical condition of this world. A well written, clear, powerful and concise delivery as to who the real power brokers are and why. The author asks plausible and powerful questions of the reader. You cannot help but ask yourself, "What if this were really true?" If you ever needed something to help connect the dots and complete the jigsaw as to who "rules" this planet and why? This is it. A book that has it all, if you want to start your research start here.- By T. Kofi (London, England), Amazon.ca 2. "This book reads like a novel, but the views are the stuff of tomorrow's headlines." BookSpeak, Editor. "Codeword Barbelon is as unforgettable as it is daring... A Controversial... and hard hitting expose of the powers that be... will outlive all of its critics."-The Publishers.2. CODEWORD BARBELON is a book of stunning geopolitical revelations. It presents an array of facts that reveal a daring but subtle plan for seizing of global power--a compelling portrait of the future, and a most extraordinary account of international power and intrigue."Good historians," wrote Horace Walpole, "are the most scarce of all writers, and no wonder! A good style is not very common; thorough information is still rare; and if these meet, what a chance that impartiality should be added to them!" P.D. Stuart's work possesses all of these qualities.Consisting of 46 chapters, and hundreds of footnotes and references, Codeword Barbelon covers a vast period of history, from the second and third centuries to the present day. Spatially, the work spans three continents, and focuses on Europe and North America and the hidden influence of secret societies on that continent. It encompasses, within its asides, many other countries too. Indeed, reading Codeword Barbelon, one cannot help but feel as if he were travelling in H. G. Wells' time machine, finding himself sometimes at the City of Rome in the 16th Century, at other times in Bavarian Germany in the 18th Century, yet at other times in the political intrigues of North America in the 19th, 20th and 21st Centuries.Using his favourite technique, P.D. Stuart holds his judgments, and his readers, in suspense by offering the reader a range of options in the interpretation of an event--through fixing multiple layers of insinuation, innuendo, and hidden meaning; and by his coupling of contrasting facts; then explaining such antitheses.He identifies the role played by some of the major personalities in the history of the secret societies, from Jacques de Molay to Ignatius Loyola; from Adam Weishaupt to Adolf Hitler; from Albert Pike to Cecil Rhodes; from George Washington to the two most recent presidents of the United States of America, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, Jnr.P.D. Stuart reveals the connection between the Illuminati, Skull and Bones, Phi Beta Kappa, the Council of Foreign Relations and other secretive fraternities--the American College sororities.A thorough use of the available material on the subject, bringing order and much needed clarity to the confusing mass of secret society books currently on the market.Indeed, we know of no other volume of its kind to compare with the one before us. P.D. Stuart has written what must be considered one of the most authoritative accounts of the Great Secret Society.We guarantee that the reader will be charmed, and must be, by the wit and eloquence, the force and fire of every page of this groundbreaking book. Codeword Barbelon is essential reading for anyone interested in the present day operations of the powerful secret societies at the heart of the bestselling The Da Vinci Code. Rest assured, however, that Stuart's book is everything that Dan Brown's is not. This book reveals facts that are so serious, so startling, so compelling that all should be made aware. To borrow the words of Henry Lincoln, "Something extraordinary is waiting to be found..." Do you still ask why you should care about what is written in this book? You shouldn't; go back to sleep, all is well.- Editor, Savanarola La Maitre.
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Don't be afraid to "pull back the curtain" my friends. This book reveals plenty that has been hidden for far too long.
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