Illuminati Classic

bloodlinesThis book was worth it.  It was actually a bestseller in Japan.  I don’t agree with everything in the book, most notably his use of John Todd and I thought the Li family section was pretty weak as well.  Overall I think it is required reading for people who want to understand the power structure.  The author was imprisoned for writing this book.
Alexander Horn (or Dom Maurus Horn, OSB) (1762–1820), was a Scottish Benedictine monk who became a British secret agent and diplomat. His work contributed to the birth of the conspiracy theory of the illuminati.[1]


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