This is a comprehensive beginner's guide to all things conspiracy! Learn how to decode Illuminati symbolism that's hidden in plain sight with the help of an expert in spotting occult secrets. Conspiracy theorists like David Icke got you confused? Wondering how a reptilian can live among us and shape shift in and out of our dimensions? Are your favorite entertainers part of a transhumanistic alien agenda with mind control signals coming from Saturn and the Moon?
This is a culmination project of several years of research and taking notes on taboo and fringe subjects from various theorists, philosophies, and academic walks of life. I'm a website publisher for conspiracy theories and the exposure that I've had to these topics gives me a fresh perspective and clarity of these sometimes confusing and offensive topics. I focus a lot of the material on the philosophy of David Icke, so if you wanted an independent third party assessment on why he thinks reptilian shape shifters control our planet (and why he could be correct), this is the book for you!
I explore links between all of the Illuminati conspiracy theories, the music, film, and entertainment industry's infiltration, and brainwashing symbolism found in all of these venues (e.g. the All Seeing Eye, pyramids, etc.). Ancient cultures, Nazis, and occult worship still play a key role in today's control system, and I provide insight into these topics, including a review of the controversial documentary of Princess Diana's murder - Unlawful Killing. More original theories are presented including Rihanna's occult origins, David Icke's Saturn and Moon Matrix, and my scholarly approach to the Agenda with the Adaptive-Innovation theory. Join me as we journey to the dark recesses of many conspiracy theories and the symbolism we're subjected to by the music, film, and television industries!
©2013 Isaac Weishaupt (P)2016 Isaac Weishaupt
Great research and breadth of content. not dogmatic. valuable intro to the field. well narrated.
I literally almost fell asleep at the wheel!!! This is attributed on one half to the content and it's very headline-esque skimming of so many things with absolutely no knowledge to unify them all. The other half to the writer who definitely skewed sympathetically toward the left with a very bias and alienating condescension towards any actual real theorists and their theories. This book, which was narrorated by a someone who completely missed the class on voice inflection and timing altogether is more likely a tool of controlled opposition than the revelation that it claims to be.
Of all the books I've listened to on Audible, I enjoyed this book the most.
Weishaupt covers a wide spectrum of theories and addresses them with specificity.
I loved the discussion of symbolism in major films and directors.
Issac did an awesome job in this book and picked a great person to read the story to us. There were some things I used to think was far fetched...Guess what not anymore. You changed my mind! God is in control. But, he must allow these things to happen....ITS BIBLICAL!
9/11 was an inside job
Conspiracy theorist I didn't know!
I enjoyed hearing about how deep the holidays go into the rabbit hole. Very very deep. For instance most people do not realize Christmas comes from Saturnalia which was the ancient Roman festival of Saturn in December, which was a period of general merrymaking and was the predecessor of Christmas. At least that is what google wants you to think but honestly it is a pagan orgy drunk fest.they get the word SATURNALIA=SATURN=SATAN. It is the worship of Nimrod, Semiramis, Tammuz the child..Nimrod was the SATANIC BIBLICAL individual that wanted to destroy GOD N HIS PEOPLE... He then built a TOWER OF BABEL TRYING TO MAKE IT HIGH ENOUGH TO GOD. For total destruction.
This book sums up a lot of questions I had about pop culture, about Illuminati and those conspiracy theorist I had never even heard of! But, he tells us about David Icke for instance, where he is from, when he was born, his childhood n life and why he became a conspiracy theorist.
i loved it. covers many different topics and puts them all in easy to understand bits. the author does not interject his own beliefs into the book.
Story is limited to a fee Illuminati mentions and it goes very superficial on the subject. The books reads more like a series of blogs than a real book. If you're interested on the Illuminati, find another book
Not a bad book but sometimes too hard to believe. But some of the ideas interesting.
Very interesting, a lot of it I'd already read up on but it is well spoken and gives a lot of quotes regarding the illuminati of which I'm very interested in
"Not as hoped for."
written by someone who seems to have watched a lot of you tube could have went a lot deeper into nearly all tales, Maybe a little scared of really telling the truth?
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