Just 7 days remain in the promotional period for my new book, The Spells of Secret Societies: How Secret Societies Target and Indoctrinate the Innocent.
The book has reached the #1 New Release spot on Amazon in two different categories multiple times. “Atheism” and “Good and Evil Philosophy” have both seen the book be a #1 bestseller among new releases.
Here’s a look at what’s inside:
In 2018, Smallville actress Allison Mack was charged with several counts of human trafficking, torture, and other related felonies ([i]).On the surface, as far as the average person is concerned, Allison Mack might seem to be some kind of monster. After all, who could commit such crimes?Chances are, you could. If given the right set of circumstances, the right social influences, the right cultural programming, the right pre-existing emotional pain, and the right intellectual belief-system that promises to relieve that pain, you can be made to do almost anything. ([ii])You will believe that your actions are aimed at achieving a singular goal — that of creating a new and much better world compared to that which exists today. All that has to be done is to show you such a world, explain to you how it can be made real, and inspire you to act to that end. The action can range from telling someone about an idea to tormenting and enslaving innocent people.Millions of people have already been indoctrinated in this way. And many millions more will soon be swept along with the rising tide of cancerous cult-like thinking that has steadily made its way into the modern mind and pop culture at large.This is not a crystal ball-like prediction, a prophecy, or a bold conjecture. This is a fact.It may seem like an impossible scenario or an abstract idea to those who are unfamiliar with the world of cults and secret societies. But this is part of a much larger plan that has been in motion for centuries, perhaps even longer.That’s one reason why anyone can verify everything I say here — it’s no secret at all. Everything has been hidden in plain sight for generations. And while the plan for global enslavement marches on, the majority of the population already enjoys being enslaved by their devices, entertainment, and pre-conceived notions of how the world ought to be.If you prefer to be endlessly indulged in your distraction of choice, if you must feel as though the world is a nice place full of good people, if you need to know that everyone has the ability to exercise 100% of their free will all of the time, if you cannot cope with the fact that forces far eviler than anything you have ever dared to imagine have influenced and controlled the human race to a degree scarcely conceivable throughout the ages…this book will not be for you. You’re better off giving it away.Or, if you’re reading this introduction while browsing for some feel-good interesting read to occupy your time, consider browsing elsewhere. I won’t be offended.The purpose of this book is twofold. First, it aims to articulate my own experience as an individual in the underground world of secret societies, and second (and more importantly), to relate that experience to the broader goal being achieved by those at the top that is racing toward completion.One of these ideas lies at the micro level, the other at the macro level. Much can be learned from a comparison of the two. But in my opinion, individual experiences speak to the nature of the big picture in ways that numbers and quantitative analysis never can.Allison Mack is not a horrible person. I even feel empathy for her. She likely suffered some kind of trauma, abuse, or neglect at some point in her life. She probably felt some vague sense of longing, as if something were missing in her life. And there can be no doubt that she found that elusive meaning in a noble ideal, a novel belief system, and a secret society (the name of this one was “Nexium”) led by a charismatic, “highly-evolved” individual.That place did not appear so dark from her perspective. The world itself was dark, and by contrast, this secret society of hers appeared to be in the light (being in the light has a special meaning that will be addressed throughout further chapters).This inverted perspective is key to the indoctrination of secret societies. It’s no coincidence that the Luciferian symbol is an inverted pentagram. In Luciferianism, all that is good for humanity is presented as wrong and evil while all that is evil and wrong is presented as righteous, good, and logical.But, you may argue, Allison Mack didn’t seem to be under the direct influence of Luciferian beliefs. After all, she wasn’t carving inverted pentagrams into the flesh of the women she welcomed into the inner-circle of her secret society.Instead, she burned onto their bodies an amalgam of her initials and the initials of the cult leader whom she was in love with.It’s significant that the symbol contained her and her lover’s initials, as it symbolizes pride to the highest degree. Pride is a key principle of Luciferianism.Pride is said to be the cardinal sin, and for good reason. Pride leads you to worship yourself as a god while rejecting anything outside of yourself. This perspective can lead you to achieve your fullest potential, or so the story goes. But what remains unspoken is that it can also release your latent evil impulses.[i] DailyMail.co.uk, November 8th, 2017. “Former Smallville actress is ‘second in command’ of sex cult under investigation for extorting, beating and branding its members — including Catherine Oxenberg’s daughter,”http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5063683/Former-Smallville-actress-second-command-sex-cult.htmlAccessed November 9th, 2018.[ii] Evil: Inside Human Violence and Cruelty. Roy F. Baumeiser, Ph. D. Holt Paperbacks, 1997, New York, New York.
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Reviewed in the United States on January 5, 2020Verified PurchaseThis is a quick-read, and Nibley has effectively filled 71 pages. For me, the most significant takeaways: -Anyone in a vulnerable frame of mind can be irreversibly influenced -The sinister, self-serving motives of secret societies are dangerously influential on a broader scale than any of us might realize. Nibley’s use of personal experience (having broken free from a secret society) is certainly compelling.
Today, January 15th, the book has yet again hit the #1 New Release spot on Amazon in the “Good & Evil Philosophy” category.
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