Volume one of the two-volume encyclopedia of Secret Societies.
First written in 1875, this University Press edition duplicates the second edition of 1893, which was completely revised and rewritten.
A fascinating work, to which any serious researcher of Secret Societies must eventually turn, the modern-day student of history must remember the scholarly and archeological limitations of the day when it was written.
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MUST READ for any true truth seekers.
Understanding why we are where we are in human existence is absolutely necessary for one to start considering solutions. Without this step, you will never be fully prepared to effect physical change in our reality. If you disagree with the direction we are headed in globally, it is necessary to understand why we are moving as a global monolith.
Understanding the inner workings and teachings of Secret Societies was an incredibly important step for me in my search for truth. The original Author can be criticized if you'd like to pick apart his belief systems, but I didn't come to this book for opinions. I wanted the research and on that, this book delivered 10 fold.
Graham does a great job with narration and I can't thank him enough for doing so because I have enough tomes of knowledge to get through. Having the ability to listen to this information multiple times helps me retain the information I need.
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Good job on the narration
Subject of the book is what I have been interested for years. While the information are aged due to the date of the book, it's a very valuable work for researching the subject. Great job by the narrator Graham Dunlop. Not the easiest thing to read especially with the names, but listeners can tell good effort and passion are put into the reading. Thanks again for the great narration.