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Freemasons Secrets: The True Descendants of the Knights Templar

Have you ever wondered what do Freemasons do in their Masonic Rituals?

The Freemasons themselves will not speak to anyone about their Masonic degrees or their secret rituals. Although the Freemasons are the keepers of secrets they are also a group with amnesia. The Masons have been blind to their history since they came out of total secrecy in 1717. Some Freemasons say that they are descended from the medieval stone guilds; the other side says that they are the direct descendants of the Knights Templar! What is the truth?

Submitted:Jun 25, 2010
Author:Bernard Kliemann
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Amazon.com: Freemasons Secrets: The True Descendants of the

Amazon.com: Freemasons Secrets: The True Descendants of the Knights Templar eBook: Bernard Kliemann: Kindle Store

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What Orwell Didn't Know: Propaganda and the New Face of American Politics

Propaganda. Manipulation. Spin. Control. It has ever been thus—or has it? On the eve of the 60th anniversary of George Orwell's classic essay on propaganda (Politics and the English Language), writers have been invited to explore what Orwell didn't—or couldn't—know. Their responses, framed in pithy, focused essays, range far and wide: from the effect of television and computing, to the vast expansion of knowledge about how our brains respond to symbolic messages, to the merger of journalism and entertainment, to lessons learned during and after a half-century of totalitarianism…

Submitted:Dec 3, 2007
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What Orwell Didn't Know: Propaganda and the New Face of American Politics

Propoganda. Manipulation. Spin. Control. It has ever been thus--or has it? On the eve of the 60th anniversary of George Orwell's classic essay on propaganda (Politics and the English Language), writers have been invited to explore what Orwell didn't--or couldn't--know. Their responses, framed in pithy, focused essays, range far and wide...

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