The Tin Whistle

counterculture history and conspiracy theory

My Guide to Secret Societies

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SSbookcoverbigI write mostly about counterculture history and conspiracy theory and I’ve just collected the best of my conspiracy reports into a new ebook and you can download from Amazon, iTunes or Smashwords. It’s a fun and easy read and provides a valuable introduction to the machinations of some powerful secret societies. When people say “I don’t believe in secret societies” just show them this book and watch their eyes go wide. You can instantly gift the 20% excerpt to anyone for free.

Of course, there’s a lot of nonsense written on this subject, but I try to stick with the facts. There have always been secret societies and by now they must be part of our DNA. However, only a handful of these societies become what I call “brotherhoods of death.” These are those few societies willing to apply murder to advance their agendas. You can find that sort of club at any level of society, from the immigrant cultures arriving penniless from Europe, to the elaborate temples of the Eastern Establishment, epitomized by Yale’s Skull & Bones society.

Written by Steven Hager

June 10, 2013 at 6:53 am

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