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  • By Brian W. Fairbanks
    Oct 15, 2009
    "Lifting the veil on the New World Order " Conspiracy theorists are to historians as creationists are to Darwinian evolutionists. “Life Happens” is a catchy phrase on a bumper sticker, but it’s inadequate in explaining both the origins of life and the disastrous course that America and the world seems to be following. But like the “terrorist attacks” of 9/11, the global “financial crisis” of late 2008 is winning converts to the conspiratorial view of history. In The Illuminati Zone, author William Fevers confronts the New World Order, but provides the answer to the question that most conspiracy theorists fail to ask. Why? What’s the point? If there is indeed a network of conspirators powerful enough to force the world to its knees, what more do they have to gain? Fevers concludes that the conspirators recognize that their New World Order would fulfill the prophecies in the Book of Revelation about a world government under the dictatorial rule of the Antichrist. Installing... More > this wicked leader is their ultimate goal. To them, he is a messiah who will deliver heaven on earth but without the inconvenience of an almighty God who insists on repentance from sin. The author rounds up the usual suspects (Freemasons, the Council on Foreign Relations, Trilateral Commission, the Bilderbergs, and the chief conspirator, at least in America, David Rockefeller), but concludes that they are motivated less by greed than a corrupt spirituality and has the evidence to support his view. The Illuminati’s official history begins in Bavaria in 1776, but the author traces it back even farther to the fall of man in the Garden of Eden. Along the way there’s a fascinating analysis of the role that occult beliefs have played in some of history’s greatest disasters, most notably the “terrorist attacks” of 9/11, and looks at extraterrestrials and the role they may play in deceiving the world into accepting someone other than Jesus as savior. There’s a fresh examination of the Kennedy assassination, as well as the media’s coverup of George H. W. Bush’s ties to the family of John Hinckley, Jr., whose bullets nearly gave Bush a shortcut to the presidency. The author also peeks behind the redwood trees of Northern California to identify the Satanic origins of the owl worship that takes place there. The author takes a slight detour from the main topic to look at the assassination of John Lennon, and credibly destroys the “lone nut” theory that the public continues to accept. This segues into a fascinating chapter about the Beatles and the occult. In the foreword, the author acknowledges that those who dismiss conspiracy theories as the province of “kooks” and “nuts” are unlikely to be converted by his efforts, but for those who need no convincing, The Illuminati Zone fills in the blanks and exposes the New World Order as Satan’s final, desperate attempt to defy and challenge God. Brian W. Fairbanks< Less
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First Edition
October 20, 2008
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.89 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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