Why not start your own secret society to add an air of mystery to your life and instantly alter the way you are perceived by family, friends, and society at large.
Learn the secrets of how to really influence people in business and politics by creating your own elitist fraternity. Discover the basic requirements for creating a clandestine sister or brotherhood with the ability to control, govern and influence events at the local or global level. Develop your own secret knowledge and hidden agenda while you plot to overthrow the powers that be through revolution and political or religious intrigue.
Pierre Plantard and the Priory of Sion failed, but you can avoid making the same mistakes they did by understanding what it really takes to maintain and develop a secret society. This book will show you all the requirements needed from choosing regalia to setting up a lodge, from electing a grand master to illustrating basic initiation ceremonies. It will also guide you on how to take historical events, great works of art and famous names to mould them into your desires for global domination.
©2007 Oldcastle Books; (P)2009 Summersdale Publishers Ltd
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"Dan Brown has nothing on this!"
Ha! I bought this as a fathers day present and kept it for my self, its that good. I never thought of myself as any kind of conspiracy theorist or interested in this stuff...but hey, some of the worlds biggest organisations were started as secret societies you know!!
"How to start your own secret society"
This is an entertaining and very valuable exercise in dealing with life situations using secret societies as the model on which to hang problems that we come up against all the time. Nick Harding has insight into human behaviour and effectively puts a different light on them, making them easier to deal with when they appear to be problematic. Beautifully and clearly narated.
"Actually very funny!"
A friend recommended this one to me and they were right when they said it was seriously entertaining. Both an interesting and enjoyable listen delivered beautifully by the narrator.
This book is really two books in one - a serious study and an entertaining parody.
Once you realize that the author, Nick Harding, arbitrarily mixes the two approaches you are in for a great listen.
Of particular brilliance is the description of the inauguration ceremony he witnessed wherein a new member was brought into a secret society. It reads like one of the finest of Monty Python sketches!
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