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THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE AND COMPELLING BOOK EVER WRITTEN ABOUT THE SECRET SOCIETY THAT SHAPED THE MODERN WORLD. Freemasonry, with its arcane rituals, occult symbols, and labyrinthine hierarchy, has mystifi ed the outside world for centuries. But it has become apparent that even the most senior Freemasons do not understand its ancient origins or purpose. So what is this powe THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE AND COMPELLING BOOK EVER WRITTEN ABOUT THE SECRET SOCIETY THAT SHAPED THE MODERN WORLD. Freemasonry, with its arcane rituals, occult symbols, and labyrinthine hierarchy, has mystifi ed the outside world for centuries. But it has become apparent that even the most senior Freemasons do not understand its ancient origins or purpose. So what is this powerful and arcane organization really for? In this eye-opening account, two seasoned researchers show that today’s Freemasons are the spiritual descendants of an ancient priesthood that was forced to act in secrecy. They predicted the birth of the coming Messiah, and Jesus Christ was part of their mission. Soon after the Crucifi xion they were nearly wiped out by a program of mass genocide conducted by the Romans; later, in feudal Europe, they grew to a position of unparalleled power before being branded as heretics and forced underground. But they could not be stopped, and they continued to work in subtle, sometimes subversive, always anonymous, ways to pursue their objective—a new world order that put God above, and yet out of, human affairs.


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THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE AND COMPELLING BOOK EVER WRITTEN ABOUT THE SECRET SOCIETY THAT SHAPED THE MODERN WORLD. Freemasonry, with its arcane rituals, occult symbols, and labyrinthine hierarchy, has mystifi ed the outside world for centuries. But it has become apparent that even the most senior Freemasons do not understand its ancient origins or purpose. So what is this powe THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE AND COMPELLING BOOK EVER WRITTEN ABOUT THE SECRET SOCIETY THAT SHAPED THE MODERN WORLD. Freemasonry, with its arcane rituals, occult symbols, and labyrinthine hierarchy, has mystifi ed the outside world for centuries. But it has become apparent that even the most senior Freemasons do not understand its ancient origins or purpose. So what is this powerful and arcane organization really for? In this eye-opening account, two seasoned researchers show that today’s Freemasons are the spiritual descendants of an ancient priesthood that was forced to act in secrecy. They predicted the birth of the coming Messiah, and Jesus Christ was part of their mission. Soon after the Crucifi xion they were nearly wiped out by a program of mass genocide conducted by the Romans; later, in feudal Europe, they grew to a position of unparalleled power before being branded as heretics and forced underground. But they could not be stopped, and they continued to work in subtle, sometimes subversive, always anonymous, ways to pursue their objective—a new world order that put God above, and yet out of, human affairs.

30 review for The Hiram Key Revisited: Freemasonry: A Plan for a New World-Order

  1. 5 out of 5

    Naftoli

    This was a very ENJOYABLE book. Granted I like the topic: Freemasons, revolutions, history, history of religion, political movements, and so forth. What initially drew me to the book was my interest in Freemasonry. I have heard all about them for years: (1) devil worshippers (2) the leaders of a planetary government (3) homosexual acts during their rituals (4) the architects of the Bilderberg group and who knows what else. It’s all so fantastical! Any group that engenders such bizarre gossip is This was a very ENJOYABLE book. Granted I like the topic: Freemasons, revolutions, history, history of religion, political movements, and so forth. What initially drew me to the book was my interest in Freemasonry. I have heard all about them for years: (1) devil worshippers (2) the leaders of a planetary government (3) homosexual acts during their rituals (4) the architects of the Bilderberg group and who knows what else. It’s all so fantastical! Any group that engenders such bizarre gossip is worth my interest. The only story I haven’t heard to date is that the Freemasons came from a planet far far away. The narrative begins where all books ABOUT Freemasonry commence, namely, with the founding myth about Hiram Abif and from there to the symbols of Freemasonry found ubiquitously from one locale to another. But after that it gets tantalizingly interesting. It follows the influence of a family (or more correctly a tribe) of people emanating from Jerusalem. This is a group of Jews comprising “the Jerusalem church” which is a branch of Judaism in contrast to Pauline Christianity which has become normative. Those of the Jerusalem Church viewed John the Baptist as the Messiah and, though they recognize Jesus, they do not view him as a deity. The story progressed through European history, especially encapsulated in the history of the Church of Rome with all of its ups and downs, its armies and murders, its saints and genocides. It is the story of European power as realized through Pauline Christianity and the Freemasons’ opposition to it. As the reader, I became intimately aware of certain regions of France and various locales in England and Scotland and finally in the United States as the influence of Freemason values spread wherever the British empire extended its influence. Some of the threads in this story involve the Essenes, Tironensians, Cistercians, Knights Templar, Champagne Fairs, Rosslyn Chapel, Illuminati, Carbonari, and the Amalricians. Additionally, the sheer number of famous American men who were Freemasons is staggering. In fact, there is SO MUCH information in this book that I will definitely read it again. This is not a one-time-read. Freemasonry appears to be group of highly intellectual, forward-thinking people who comprise a sort of “after college” or “real-life” fraternity. Further, there are ‘irregular’ lodges that combine the sexes. A very intriguing comment in the book had to do with the various break-off groups of Freemasons. There are apparently developments within Freemasonry that have resulted in numerous intriguing start-up lodges notwithstanding the fact that people generally think of the more mainstream or ‘regular’ version.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Christopher

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This was a nice read. I highly recommend this to anyone who is beginning research into masonic issues. Butler and Knight do a great job of dispelling some wide-spread myths surrounding freemasons, the church, biblical history and european royalty. A great deal of the information in this book is intended to "connect the dots" between points in history, to help analyze and prove that there may be a power behind the direction of society in the past 3000 years. The authors coin the word "Star Famili This was a nice read. I highly recommend this to anyone who is beginning research into masonic issues. Butler and Knight do a great job of dispelling some wide-spread myths surrounding freemasons, the church, biblical history and european royalty. A great deal of the information in this book is intended to "connect the dots" between points in history, to help analyze and prove that there may be a power behind the direction of society in the past 3000 years. The authors coin the word "Star Families" to describe these hidden puppeteers. By the end of the book, so many theories have been put to rest, yet many other points have been brought up. It is easy to sympathize with the intentions and mission of the "Star Families", but this is the same mission that many folks will call the New World Order. For good or for bad, the information needs to be there, and this book does a good job of presenting history in a way that makes this seemingly massively complex secret easily comprehendible.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Paul

    How to sum this book up...? It expands on some things but didn't tell me what I didn't already know. I don't think it improves on Lomas and Knight's previous work 'The Hiram Key', et al. I don't like the title of the book being mis-construed as including Freemasonry in the nutjob 'Global Conspiracy' stuff (although the body of the text does distance itself from it). I'm glad it casts a shadow over Albert Pike. Very enjoyable to read, well researched and very interesting stuff.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jacamo Peterson

    A good read, slightly askew from the facts but overall well presented.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Siim

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