Solomon's Power Brokers

Solomon's Power Brokers

The Secrets of Freemasonry, the Church and the Illuminati

Unknown - 2007
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Is Freemasonry nothing more than a benign and charitable men's social club as the Order insists or does it have a deeper and perhaps darker purpose? Could these men be part of the "Illuminati" - a group of intellectuals with extremely grand plans for the development of civilization? And if so, what is the grand plan that these men were so determined to bring about, and why should there be such opposition to it? Christopher Knight and Alan Butler reveal that present-day freemasons are the spiritual descendents of an ancient priesthood that was forced to act in secrecy. In the early days of Christianity, their views offended and opposed those of the orthodox Church, and later in feudal Europe, both the State and the established Church considered them heretics and sworn enemies. Yet, they could not be silenced - or defeated - and members of this priesthood have continued to this day to work in subtle and sometimes subversive ways to achieve their aims, often occupying very elevated positions within Western society, and always maintaining complete anonymity to those outside their fellowship.
The extraordinary story that unfolds in "Solomon's Power Brokers" reveals that the building of the modern world was no haphazard process. There was a grand plan - and it has succeeded. The "New World Order" is already here.
Publisher: London : Watkins Pub., c2007.
ISBN: 9781842931684
1842931687
Branch Call Number: 366. 109 KNI
Characteristics: xiv, 306 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. (some col.), maps, col. port. ; 24 cm.
Additional Contributors: Butler, Adam 1951-

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