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Born through Adam Weishaupt, in 1776, the secret society group known as the Illuminati have been wreaking havoc on the world ever since. They have fomented wars and have manipulated events from behind the shadows to diabolically implement their agenda of a new world order. People have heard of the Illuminati through popular culture, but most brush off their existence as nothing more than some "conspiracy theory" hatched by conspiracy theorists without doing any valid research that would perhaps discount their existence.

Shame on them, because if they did the necessary research they would conclude that the Illuminati do actually exist in the annals of history. However, they supposedly disbanded which of course is not the case. Nonetheless, this powerful secret society is headed by 13 distinct bloodlines consisting of prominent families that you’ve probably heard of, like the Rothschilds and the Rockefellers. Behind the scenes the Illuminati are planning and implementing their new-world-order agenda through organizations that they’ve created like the Council on Foreign Relations, The Bilderberg Group, The Trilateral Commission and many other entities.

They are shaping the world right in front of our eyes, but many are unable to see their hidden hand. They have toppled countries and their leaders not only through the acts of deception, corruption, and theft, but also through flat-out murder and assassinations, all in the name of creating a new world order. They have disrupted progressive movements like the civil rights movement of the '60’s and have disposed of people who opposed them and refused to surrender to their Global Empire.

©2014 Frank White (P)2014 Frank White

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What made the experience of listening to The Illuminati's Greatest Hits the most enjoyable?

The content within the book is very interesting and a lot of it I had not heard before.

What other book might you compare The Illuminati's Greatest Hits to and why?

No comparison as i have not read many books on the subject

How could the performance have been better?

The narrator is awful, she would have been much better suited for young adult nonsense than a book with facts and historical names and locations that should really be pronounced correctly.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I wouldn't say "moved" me but the bits on the Titanic and Princess Diana had some new details or connections that I had not considered.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Good read!!!

Would you listen to The Illuminati's Greatest Hits again? Why?

Might listen again but was a easy listen and learned a lot. Make you think.

4 of 5 people found this review helpful

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Very good compilation of very true information.

The book itself is great. Definitely​ filled in some gaps in my knowledge. I truly hope we are in that "awakening" for the sake of the whole 80%.
The narrator probably not the best choice for this book, but was tolerable. She'd probably be fine for a different genre or maybe kids books. She read too fast, mispronounced a few names, has a higher pitched voice than did justice to the book, I think.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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The Illuminatis greatest hits

This book have me hope that people really are waking up and conspiracy " so called theories" can be proven and make more sense than the lies told us. I would recommend to anyone that has to deal with people that beat down the facts as untrue and it will make them valid.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Loved it!

Where does The Illuminati's Greatest Hits rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

The best so far, but I have never listened to this genre of book on audio before

What was the most compelling aspect of this narrative?

A thorough walk-through of history, secrets, assassinations and conspiracy.

What about Mysti Jording’s performance did you like?

Well read

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Hard to follow, too many names/dates

By the second chapter I realized I still don’t know what I will get from this audiobook. This reads like a never ending string of names and dates with conjunctions thrown in. I am not so intricately versed in obscure blood lines to be able to follow. How many people know JFK’s ancestry back to the Vikings? I spot listened to chapters further on and it seems no better in ch 10. I give up and call it done.

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Worth it!

What other book might you compare The Illuminati's Greatest Hits to, and why?

This is better than most I've listened to.

What does Mysti Jording bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

The narrator does a solid job at keeping your attention!

Any additional comments?

This is well thought out and neatly put together!