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Sinister ForcesA Warm Gun: A Grimoire of American Political Witchcraft Paperback – June 27, 2011
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About the Author
Peter Levenda has researched the material for this book over the course of 25 years, visiting more than 40 countries and gaining access to temples, prisons, military installations, and government documents. He is the author of The Secret Temple, Stairway to Heaven, and Unholy Alliance. He lives in Miami. Dick Russell is the author of Black Genius: And the American Experience, Eye of the Whale, and The Man Who Knew Too Much. He is a former staff writer at the Hollywood Bureau of TV Guide Magazine and a former staff reporter for Sports Illustrated. His articles have appeared in numerous publications, including Family Health and the Village Voice. He splits his time between Boston and Los Angeles.
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I did enjoy the in-depth study about the many splinter groups of Islam over the centuries. Peter is on point when he says that Americans have never been informed or given pause to learn about Islamic history. Maybe because the West always needs its Boogeyman painted in broad terms. Anyway, off I go.
On the issue of Christ's death and ressurection, while I can share a lot of his disappointments with christianity and churches including the Catholic Church, I wish Levanda would, at a minimum, conclude, as he does so often on other controversial subjects, that "the jury is still out" on the matter. Especially when the message we hear in much of the current culture seems to be, oh let's get this old story over with already - and they would only be too happy if that were the case ; if they were so sure, and if they are right, though, why are those people so dark and why the compulsion to play the witch? Especially, moreover, when there's a lot of evidence from modern research, from academics and laboratories all over the world, that points to the actuality of Jesus Christ's death and ressurection. A richly detailed account of this evidence can be found in the recent biography of Jesus by respected French historian Jean-Christian Petitfils (available on Amazon France).
Second, as other reviewers note, at times the Right seems to get most of the flack when it comes to suspicions of dark designs or inspiration, justified as that may be, while the Left gets a free pass. In addition to what others have referred to about American politics, let me invite the author again in this case to look across the Atlantic at French history. From the Revolution to Victor Hugo to Mitterrand, the Left has been up to its neck in occultism. It is a joke of sorts that these people claim to be atheists and promote the secular State.
[Edit: moved rating up from 3 to 5 stars]