Secret Societies & Subversive Movements
Webster lays out, in historical perspective, how secret societies and subversive movements have operated and controlled revolutions from behind the scenes. Webster writes that while many groups have been started to promote high values and seek knowledge, some become perverted by power-hungry individuals who see ways to exploit the world for their own benefit.
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THE PAST I THE ANCIENT SECRET TRADITION
THE REVOLT AGAINST ISLAM
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