The World's Most Dangerous Secret Societies

The Illuminati, Freemasons, Bilderberg Group, Knights Templar, the Jesuits, Skull and Bones, and Others
Narrated by: Jim D. Johnston
Length: 4 hrs and 6 mins
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To some, the term "secret society" conjures up an image of a shadowy and elite cabal meeting behind smoke-filled rooms, discussing tactics of world domination and manipulation straight out of the most far-fetched espionage thrillers. To others, the image of secluded men (and occasionally women!) banding together in exotic garb to perform colorful ceremonies, impart hidden knowledge, and bestow fancy but incomprehensible titles upon one another springs to mind.

But just how far-fetched and fanciful is the prospect of a secret society? Could it be that, in any given echelon of the population, there are groups that exercise inordinate amounts of power and influence over the rest of us? Could these exotic, members-only clubs really pose such an immediate threat to our well-being that our very way of life is endangered? Quite frankly, the disturbing answers to those particular questions are yes and yes. Right in our midst there absolutely exists clandestine organizations, consisting of both men and women, who wield a dangerous amount of influence and power over the entire world populace.

In his book, entitled The World's Most Dangerous Secret Societies, author James Jackson explores these dangerous secret organizations and their members. He expounds upon their beliefs, hidden agendas, and their ultimate goals of a new world order and world domination.

Here are a few of some of the dangerous secret societies that will be thoroughly examined.

  • The Freemasons
  • The Illuminati
  • Skull and Bones
  • The Bilderberg Group
  • Council on Foreign Relations
  • The Trilateral Commission
  • The Society of Jesuits
  • The Committee of 300
  • The Knights Templar
  • And many more
©2015 James Jackson (P)2015 James Jackson

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Do not buy

I thought the other reviews were overly harsh and purchased anyway. What a regrettable decision. The narrator makes this make completely inaudible. You will want you money back. Just as I do.

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Terrible recording. P's and S's are very harsh.

Re-record the audio please!
Probably worst recording on an audio book ever. My ears hurt from this.

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Narrator has a whistle.

Impossible to listen to due to the narrator whistle. Refund would be in order. Thanks

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Okay!

Narration was poorly done. The narrator sounded lazy half the time and his s was very harsh.

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Interesting...

Gave a general overview of societies. Dealt in facts and not rumors which is nice to hear. My problem was with the narrator who has a lisp that at some points was so distracting that I could not concentrate on what he was actually saying.

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The Devil is in the Detail :)

Great detail the reader was very easy to listen too he carried this book all the way through with out leading me his own conclusions but allowed the listener to make there own mental conclusions

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scary connections

adds more facts about current problems and how they are created so a fix can be brought to bare. That keep the powerful in power.

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  • mazc
  • 09-16-15

unlistenable

I couldn't listen for even one minute. the narrator has a whistly s going on. dreadful! so no idea if the content is any good!

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  • Moneenroe
  • 05-04-20

Informative.

Very interesting & quite informative. Recommend for a broad knowledge of these societies. We should be aware.