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Five Books that Validate the Greatest Conspiracy Theories

Updated on May 20, 2011

If you're a student of The School of Thought, then these 5 books may very well serve as your textbooks. You can obtain free access to a few of them on the internet without having your library card record documented. After the attacks of September 11, 2001, federal authorities have mandated that public libraries disclose borrower records upon request for possible use against individuals.

I have personally read all of these published works, among others, and encourage others to do the same in order to make sense of their intuition that something is terribly wrong with the world we live in. I don't mean it in the obvious visual sense of the word, but instead, in the hidden behind-the-scenes manner that natural human suspicion inspires to uncover.

Of course, don't take anything at face value, but instead investigate and research until the truth makes sense to you if the pieces fit together.

Angels Don't Play this HAARP: Advances in Tesla Technology - Jeane Manning & Dr. Nick Begich

What if military scientists could control the weather and instigate “acts of God”, affect the way you think and possibly distort your health from above the Earth among other things? The High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Project (HAARP) is our military’s “Star Wars” weapons system located 8 miles north of Gakona, Alaska. Such location was chosen because Alaska is the only state located in the auroral region for the experiments to take place.

In 1958, the White House admitted that our Defense Department was studying ways to “affect the weather” by manipulating the charges already existing in our earth and skies.

If this is true, it’s my wonder if Sarah Palin is involved in this by having knowledge of these experimentations taking place in her own back yard? After all, she can easily keep an eye on the Russians next door from her house.

The entire book is available for free to download here:

You can also watch a video follow-up on the book called “Angels Still Don’t Play this HAARP” hosted by co-author Dr. Nick Begich at this link:

Behold a Pale Horse - William Cooper

Perhaps the most popular underground conspiracy exposé ever, the author of this book predicted his own death in the introductory pages and relocated his family out of the country for their safety. No wonder for the contents of such published work surprised me with jaw-dropping and rudely-awakening revelations. I was 18 years-old the first time I read it and over 10 years later, am not able to discard the shocking information contained within. You will never look at the world around you with the same lenses you once did after reading it. Sadly, Cooper’s life was taken execution-style by “law enforcement” at his home in Arizona in 2001.

Published in 1991, this manuscript is an I-told-you-so precursor to the 9-11 “terrorist” attacks, which reveals the true agenda of sinister powers.

His website, The Hour of the Time, has carried on his legacy by permitting free access to a copy of his much-discussed book:

Holy Blood Holy Grail - Michael Baigent, Richard Leigh & Henry Lincoln

A book that caused controversy with Dan Brown and his The Da Vinci Code, claims that Jesus of Nazareth and Mary Magdalene were married and had a child; born after Jesus was crucified. Those claims have been debated and argued redundantly. Many fundamental, Bible-believing Christians have seen it as blasphemy to the purity and integrity of God’s only begotten Son. Many researchers have conducted genealogy tracings on the supposed descendants of Jesus. It’s believed that the False Messiah or Anti-Christ will rise and claim his bloodline to Jesus with false proof.

The authors touch on the beginnings of Roman Catholicism by crediting Roman Emperor Constantine who “converted” to Christianity after he saw a sign from “God” in the heavens assuring him victory via a sign in the sky. However, the book discloses that the Church of Rome is a hybrid of pagan sun worship sprinkled with Christian principles and how such Church persecuted Christians that didn’t adhere to its doctrines.

I personally don’t agree with the claims about Jesus being married and having a child, but the findings about the Roman Catholic Church’s true core and that of The Knights Templar weigh heavier on the truth scales to me. Everyone has formed their own opinions about it and so have I. Therefore, studying this book should require skepticism and hindsight on the part of the reader regardless of religious stance on the issue.

Here’s a video interview of one of the authors, Michael Baigent, on the book:

Masonry: Beyond the Light - Bill Schnoebelen

The author of this book was a former Satanist, mason and black magic practitioner among other occultist occupations. He converted to Christianity and has since been spreading biblical teachings via other published works and speeches to expose the true satanic nature of secret societies. He reveals the spiritual dangers of membership within a masonic lodge by translating the true meanings of Freemasonry oaths, handshakes, hand signals and words.

Schnoebelen states in this fascinating literary work how soldiers from opposing armies and countries during World War II actually sided with one another because of discovered membership within the same “fraternity”. Such loyalty among masons is still practiced today in politics, business, court trials, and in law enforcement according to him. He proves this and other claims in the hopes to sway current masons, and future ones, away from the lie that masquerades as truth and “light” in lodges worldwide.

The information in his book is very intense and worth the time and patience to digest. However, if you’re not a reader, here’s a link to an appearance he made in The Prophesy Club show explaining the basic and superficial details that explain the dark side of this brotherhood: The Light Behind Masonry at:

World Without Cancer: The Story of Vitamin B17 - G. Edward Griffin

Reading this book broke my heart. To think that the possibility of cancer patients dying needlessly because of withheld treatments leading to cure is horrendous. The Federal Drug and Food Administration (FDA) has banned the sales of laetrile, a natural substance found in the seeds of apricots and other fruits, also known as vitamin B17.

Griffin talks about the Hunzakut people located in a remote area of the Himalayan Mountains called Hunza, who are known for their longevity. Their diet consists of using apricots in their foods which they accredit to their lifespan surpassing the 100-year age mark.

Did the United States outlaw commercial vitamin B17 because it’s dangerous, or because it really does work thus defying conventional medical science and threatening its profits? Many hospitals would go out of business if the cancer-stricken opted for this natural treatment as opposed to painful radiation and surgery they undergo, which often times result in deaths. If you or someone close has been touched by cancer one way or another, this book is for you to seriously consider.

“And God said, Behold, I have given you every herb bearing seed, which is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree, in the which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for meat.” –Genesis 1:29, Holy Bible (KJV)

Here’s a documentary by the author himself shedding light on the cancer problem:


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      7 years ago

      Theres nothing worse than a convert. You cannot be a satanis or black magician in a Masonic Lodge they are incompatable


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