Thursday, December 7, 2017

Book Review: Jim Marrs's The Illuminati-The Secret Society Who Hijacked the World

The Illuminati: The Secret Society Who Hijacked the World by Jim Marrs is a historical overview of the Illuminati, Freemasonry, and other secret societies.  He methodically records the beginnings of Weishupt, the Illuminati's founder, and their rise in popularity along with their downfall within the public eye.  He documents his beliefs on what happened to the group after they ruffled the feathers of Germany's elite.  Marrs also includes other secret societies like the Rosicrucians, Club of Rome, Bohemian Grove, the Nazi Party, and many more.  Marrs has written many works that have to do with conspiracy and the inner circle.  This might have been his last book.  He died last August.  
https://www.amazon.com/Illuminati-Secret-Society-Hijacked-World-ebook/dp/B06XGC6SNK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1512696883&sr=8-1&keywords=Jim+Marrs


My Review: I will always love the important work that Marrs has done in terms of research, publications, and getting the word out about the truth that many conspiracy theories hold.  The Illuminati is no different than his other masterpieces.  I knew quite a bit about the Illuminati before delving into this long book.  As usual, once I finished the book, I knew much more.  I loved how Marrs connected the dots between some of our most influential and suspicious families-Rothchilds, Rockefellers, Adams, and many more.  He brought up the question of whether or not Weishupt was George Washington.  He even mentioned the Jewish connection between Hitler's mother, a maid, who worked for a Rothchild, of course implying that Hitler himself is a descendant.  I also loved the Bolshevik/Communist connections he made between Engels, Marx, Lenin, and Trotsky.  He even mentioned the Iraq Museum and how the US government might have been in on the theft of ancient objects during the Gulf War.  This book was loaded with information.  It is a must read for conspiracy buffs and history lovers.  RIP, Jim Marrs!  You will be missed.  5/5 Stars

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