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In The Name Of Yahweh By Andrew Carrington Hitchcock
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Five years in the making, "In The Name Of Yahweh," is Andrew Carrington Hitchcock's long awaited companion book to, "The Synagogue Of Satan." Whilst, "The Synagogue Of... More > Satan," was an education in who controls the world and how they do it, "In The Name Of Yahweh," shows us why they are in control, and how their control can be broken. To prove Hitchcock's thesis we are taken on a chronological journey through the majority of the 66 books of the Bible. The facts discovered are related to the economic and social structures in the world today, both of which Hitchcock explains in detail, to prove they are unsustainable and thus will shortly fail. "In The Name Of Yahweh," is a breathtaking lesson in how we must first learn from the past in order to have any influence on the future. It also serves as a fully indexed compendium of Biblical law, as it takes us through all the laws of the Bible that we must adopt if we wish to achieve prosperity in these perilous times. It is the only solution to The Synagogue Of Satan.< Less
The Synagogue Of Satan - Updated, Expanded, And Uncensored By Andrew Carrington Hitchcock
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In 2006, Andrew Carrington Hitchcock self-published, “The Synagogue Of Satan.” This 60,000 word book was translated by independent publishers into several different languages and... More > subsequently featured on bestseller lists worldwide. Now, five years later, Hitchcock’s groundbreaking historical study has been expanded throughout and updated to the end of 2011, forming a chronological encyclopedia of this criminal network which spans over 140,000 words, and features a 30 page index to aid navigation. Included within the wealth of additional information are the complete, “Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion,” together with excerpts from each of the eighty articles that make up Henry Ford’s four volume set, “The International Jew,” which are presented for the first time in chronological order. Not recommended for the faint-hearted, this is no ordinary book, and no-one who reads it will ever be the same again…< Less