Secret Societies and Subversive Movements

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Book Tree, 2000 - History - 436 pages
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One of the best books on secret societies ever written. Webster was an historical writer who wrote a number of books on the French Revolution. After World War I she was intrigued with the Marxist revolt, so wrote World Revolution, examining how and why people continue to revolt. As her search went deeper, clear meanings surfaced behind our revolutionsand they involved an agenda by secret societies. This book lays out, in historical perspective, how these secret societies and subversive movements have operated from behind the scenes. Not all of them aspire to rule the world or manipulate politics or world currency, but there are some major ones, according to Webster, that are. As a respected writer and world historian, she provides proof from within these pages.
 

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This is a book of its time, reflecting truly awesome generalisations and accusations dressed in academic research. A truly dangerous perspective promulgated widely and by many ostensibly intelligent and connected individuals imbued with a "Reds under the beds" paranoia. The shocking culmination of these machinations is now well known, and must never be repeated. This is a book that frightens. It does not enlighten. 

Contents

THE PAST I THE ANCIENT SECRET TRADITION
3
THE REVOLT AGAINST ISLAM
35
THE TEMPLARS
49
THREE CENTURIES OF OCCULTISM
74
THE ORIGINS OF FREEMASONRY 99
118
THE GRAND LODGE ERA
125
GERMAN TEMPLARISM AND FRENCH ILLUMINISM
152
THE JEWISH CABALISTS
177
MODERN FREEMASONRY
271
SECRET SOCIETIES IN ENGLAND
294
OPEN SUBVERSIVE MOVEMENTS
327
PANGERMANISM
350
THE REAL JEWISH PERIL
370
CONCLUSION
403
JEWISH EVIDENCE ON THE TALMUD
407
THE PROTOCOLS OF THE ELDERS OF ZION
408

THE BAVARIAN ILLUMINATI
196
THE CLIMAX
233
THE PRESENT
269

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Webster was an historical writer who wrote on the French Revolution.

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