The Dark Worship: The Occult's Quest for World Domination

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Vega, 2002 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 176 pages
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Back when Ronald Reagan was president, it was considered scandalous that Nancy Reagan consulted psychics and astrologers to plan her husband's political decisions. How tame those activities seem when compared to world leaders who've been involved in the occult over the centuries, using witchcraft and black magic to take power and expand their rule. A historian of the occult sheds new light on the influence of groups such as the Gnostics, Sufis, Assassins, Druids, Templars, and other secret societies whose members have included British and French royalty and leaders in modern American governments. Little-known groups such as the Black Sorcerers, Friends of Hekate, and Zoroastrian Priesthood receive their notorious due, with photos of worship sites, ritual objects, and hidden documents.

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User Review  - David Day - Goodreads

Excellent book. If you have read The Black Alchemist, The Second Coming or The Seventh Sword by Andrew Collins, then you will enjoy this. Read full review

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