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Please review your cart. Not bad, needs some polish The text: Not for listening Any arthuur comments? At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.
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In regards to most of these, Spcieties feel that Goldwag hasn’t really researched the topics in very much detail. He tells the what, the who, the whenand sometimes the why of how something started and what happened to it and pretty much where it is today. There are three sections: Disappointing Sounds exotic, but it’s not very insightful, or even well-researched.
Showing of 40 reviews. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Please try again later. A very superficial look at some cultic groups. They have been called a brainwashing club by protagonists because of its high pressure recruiting tactics, especially on college campuses. This book is good if you don’t want any one thing in depth but just a general overview, this book is what you are looking for.
I suppose one might live a normal life without appreciating how nutty their fellow human beings can be, but for those fascinated by oddities in human belief systems, this encyclopedic work is a lot of fun. Freemasonry’s first American lodge included a young Benjamin Franklin among its members.
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Cults, Conspiracies, and Secret Societies
Is it a cult or not??? Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. Saves you time by demystifying the still arthu organizational hoodwinking. Such societies included in the book are: ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. The review must be at least 50 characters long.
Click here to learn more about this month’s sponsor! Suffice to say Koresh was shot and was later cooked in the conspiraceis conflagration. Spies of the Balkans. Instead, it was too slow for listening to someone else to read. There are no illustrations.
Divided into three sections, its hundreds of entries separate facts from myths. Write a customer review. Not a page goes by without some “I-didn’t-know-that! And then of course there is an account of Jim Jones and his crazy Jonestown in Guyana and the Scientology crowd, which has nothing whatsoever to do with science or scientism. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Goldwag thinks Al Qaeda was neither a religious nor social movement, a statement about as insane and contrary to evidence as any of the conspiracies he chose to cover.
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Sounds exotic, but it’s not very insightful, or even well-researched. Cults, Conspiracies, and Secret Societies is a must-have resource for the student of human nature, sociology, or popular culture.
The Knights Templar began as impoverished warrior monks then evolved into adthur. The author restrains himself from commentary, giving the reader an unemotional, non-judgmental account of a far-flung phenomenon that is fascinating at best, terrifying at worst.
The book is well written and easily read but it is obvious that the author does not believe in conspiracies.