A fascinating, impeccably sourced examination of the secretive cabals, family bloodlines, corporate offshoots, and alphabet government organizations, which serve as ideological 'hidden hand' think tanks determining and shaping the course of global and cultural shifts. Why the secrecy, the grand deceptions, the calculated slaughter, and blatant discrepancies of power between haves and have-nots? Did the devil indeed make them do it?
The fact that such secret societies with uncanny, ancient connections exist is easily provable; the real mystery is just how much influence and impact they have on foreign and domestic policymaking? Which is to ask, is the bulk of our perceptions regarding government, its public relations media apparatus, and deregulation policies, banking, and the private Federal Reserve System, international corporations, the military-industrial complex, that is, the daily round of life as we know it, truly as the reputable analysis of Establishment dissidents like Chomsky and Zinn have demonstrated?
Marrs' book digs in and lays it all out.
Other books that support/corroborate the information in this book are "Trance-Formation of America" by Cathy O'Brien and Mark Phillips and "The Biggest Secret" by David Icke, though both may challenge your comfort zone even more than this one.