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on July 14, 2013
You know how the third in a movie trilogy is usually the worst one? Well, not so with this trilogy. It is truly Peter Levenda's magnum opus. It is the biggest book in the series and a must-read - if you enjoyed the first one you will love this. It is extensively researched and referenced. He ties together quantum physics, psychology, the occult, and synchronicity in an attempt to explain the strange workings of the mind and how it expresses in the real world of politics. It gives a refreshing view of history, too, perhaps the real history, the one they don't talk about.
The only downfall is the repetition in parts, but mostly that is to recap what has been said, because there is so much information and so many names and linkages, it is perhaps necessary and inevitable to keep track of in a work this big. To do this work justice, it certainly pays to read to the end of this trilogy. The journey is well worth it.
There were some bits I had to fast forward through because of the gruesome content. Nothing is held back - if you want to reach some consensus of truth, to know all the facts and consider all the possibilities in order to make up your own mind there is enough here to allow for that.
Read it.
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on May 9, 2012
The books were fascinating and the topic riveting. The books clearly indicate years of solid research and quest, documentation of seemingly unknown and unrelated topics. They were packed with information easily verifiable (MKULTRA, Operation Paperclip, Ratline, Nazi quest into the occult, American hidden agendas..) as well as intriguing premises: are sinister forces hidden and in existence for centuries and millennia responsible for some of the horrific acts of murder, rape, torture, human sacrifice and genocide that depicts the history of the world, or specific individuals seem to be responsible for those acts? The correlations between Hollywood, politcians and occult events are astounding. For example, actor Woody Harrelson's (Born Killers) father was a contract killer who died in a federal penitentiary for killing a federal judge, and he was also present with Lee Oswald and another unknown sniper on the knoll in Dallas, when JFK was shot. Correlations between NASA founders, JPL founders, involvement with the occult and hidden forces are astounding. The author questions the term "coincidence" so easily used to dismiss seemingly related events by the controlling forces (former OSS Dulles brothers, R. Nixon, CIA activities, Men in Black, support for Nazi from people like Henry Ford, the JP Morgan, the Popes etc.) The horror brought about by the discoveries that civilian population has been constantly used as "guinea pigs" without our knowledge. References to how sinister forces have spiked drinks of top scientists, like Frank Olson, who wanted out of the top secret production of biological weapons, and officially committed suicide, the same as many people who appeared to be getting too close to something or someone... The author expressed the concern many times that his readers might be shocked by his writings, but the reality is that only people comfortable and knowledgeable of his themes would read the heavy and lengthy tomes. And the question, just like in "God's Jury" by Cullen Murphy, is not so much that the Inquisition occurred, but how we collectively allowed it to occur. And the same with Peter Levenda"s "Grimoire": when are we going to own up collectively to the horror perpetrated by hidden forces, instead than burying ourselves in constant entertainment and immediate gratification, and being in a constant state of denial because the truth "is too ugly, and therefore it cannot be real?"
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on January 12, 2014
Excellent read...Peter connects the dots for a number of data points...which suggest our political history and pop culture is riddle with strange bedfellows. Truth is stranger than fiction. Satan's hidden hand truly rules over this fallen world. It is a terrible thing, to look into the abyss and find the great dragon and his influence over the movers and shakers of our society. Their glory is their shame. This book plainly shows us that all is not well on this earth...and for me, encourages one to flee to God's light for deliverence from the devil's devices.
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on November 21, 2015
The sad thing is that most people that will read this will already have a good idea about the mental/politcal forces at work. This should be read by those that have no idea, because this will open their minds greatly.
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on June 12, 2015
Excellent book on secret and shadow organizations that help to control the world. Peters studies on the esoteric and the relations to government organizations is well researched. A must have for those that feel the need to look deeper into the history we were forced to learn as opposed to the real events that were covered up.
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on October 13, 2014
Fascinating and amazing book. The reality discussed in it is scary but if widely known might lead to fixing the messy world we find ourselves stuck in. Author has put together a staggering amount of information on many inter-connected and complex matters. I've read a lot of history but learned a great deal from this book that I hadn't seen elsewhere.
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on June 16, 2016
can't sleep. bugged out for life
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on April 7, 2017
I thoroughly enjoyed this book, as I did the first two in the trilogy. If you want to see the work through new eyes read Peter Levenda's works.
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on January 26, 2014
Connections and coincidences. This book reaches without reaching. The research is real and things like the connections between the Charles Manson Family, Aldous Huxley's Doors of P reception, Watergate, and the witchcraft that is american politics. Levenda's work is always top drawer and I recommend the other two books in this series. Also I recommend Unholy Alliance.
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on February 9, 2013
This book takes a long strange path before it gets around to Manson. But it’s a dammed interesting path quite appropriate for a book called “the Manson secret:. The research is well footnoted. In fact I ended up ordering several of the books he recomended (but as usual books on of some topics covered are typically out of print and have to be bought as used)
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