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The Illuminati: Facts & Fiction Paperback – Print, April 13, 2009
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About the Author
He has been featured on various television shows including the History Channel's Decoded, Ancient Aliens, and America's Book of Secrets; Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura, Secret Societies of Hollywood on E! Channel, America Declassified on the Travel Channel, and is a frequent guest on Coast to Coast AM, The Alex Jones Show, and more.
Mark Dice is the author of several popular books on secret societies and conspiracies, including The Illuminati: Facts & Fiction, Big Brother: The Orwellian Nightmare Come True, The New World Order: Facts & Fiction, The Resistance Manifesto, Inside the Illuminati, and Illuminati in the Music Industry. While much of Mark's work confirms the existence and continued operation of the Illuminati today, he is also dedicated to debunking conspiracy theories and hoaxes and separating the facts from the fiction; hence the "Facts & Fiction" subtitle for several of his books. He has a bachelor's degree in communication from California State University.
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Top Customer Reviews
I have admired Mr. DIce's videos for their rational counterarguments to progressive views. (I have admired them even more because he does not resort to gratuitous profanity -- common among some of his fellow travelers -- that is viscerally satisfying to we who already agree but unpersuasive to others Not that I'm a prude, but every word used for uninformative vituperation is a word wasted in arguing a position. That is exactly why the progressives shouting imprecations fail to impress me. They provide no food for thought, suggesting that they have none to offer.) This book is in the same vein of rational analysis as his videos, rigorously assembling facts and following them where they lead.
I've always ignored blather about Illuminati as some kind of ridiculous hysteria. I didn't understand why someone as apparently rational as Mr. Dice would be so intrigued with the subject. I mostly brushed off any references he made to it, perhaps wondering sometimes if he was trolling his audience a bit. But, on some stray impulse, I downloaded the Kindle edition of this book, maybe just to find out if he was serious. Wow. "Serious" barely begins to describe it.
I'm floored by the well-documented, meticulous presentation of material that is simply spine-chilling. This isn't some aberration of an otherwise-fine mind, but very much in line with his demonstrated ability to deconstruct unsupportable viewpoints using unquestionable facts. I would give anything not to believe what he's telling me, but Mr. Dice is not leaving me much room to doubt. He'll back you against the wall and make you look at what he's putting in front of your face. If you believe in the creed "know your enemy", this book will ensure that you do, and perhaps make you wish that you didn't.
Even more astounding are the apparent connections with events that have occurred since this book was published. Who can read the chapters on Bohemian Grove, Franklin Credit Union, Sex Magic, etc. without seeing the links to the recent "Pizzagate" scandal? The book seems uncannily prescient. It's too monstrous to believe, but how can you deny remorseless fact? The true test of science is its ability to predict. Perhaps the same could be said about any revelation that claims to be truth. If so, this book passes the test with flying colors.
One thing that bothers me is that the book leaps from the Freemason's claim that the Illuminati attempt to subvert the organization was detected and forestalled in the early 1800s to the claim that Freemasonry is now the "heart" of the Illuminati. Clearly Freemasonry is, by far, the older organization, and they were made aware of the danger shortly after the founding of the Bavarian Illuminati. Clearly the Illuminati made an early attempt to co-opt Freemasonry. But I don't see the evidence that they were successful. Did the cited sources lie about purging the Illuminati influence? No evidence is given to that effect. Possibly the initial purge was successful but the Illuminati kept trying and eventually managed a coup. However, I did not see any documentation of this, either. The path from A to B is not in evidence.How did this come about?
There are so many frauds out there, and so much information that it makes a book like this necessary. As I said, Mark will give you a nice summary of the topic, who to read, who to avoid, and then it's up to you how you're going to spend your time. Plus, there is plenty of things I didn't know reading this, and I've studied this subject for awhile. Highly recommended!!
Mark Dice has done an excellent job of separating the myths, disinformation from the facts and explaining where the information came from. This dispels the crazy conspiracy theories about this group and uses only facts to explain he reality of our situation. I want to thank Mark Dice for opening my eyes, because once you have seen the truth, there is no going back.
I highly, highly recommend this book for every person in the world, American, Western, Asian, Middle Eastern, everyone should read this. The information within is too valuable to not know. We have to wake people up and change the course of history before it is too late.
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