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Every American Should Read My New Book: Romanic Depression

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Author and researcher Sean Maclaren presents a four-part series that reveals how the nearly 500-year-old Society of Jesus, the Jesuits, have designed, built and destroyed the United States of America.

Using examples from all sectors of society, Maclaren also details the mechanisms used by the Jesuits to cleverly hide their efforts in plain sight, while distracting Americans with endless forms of entertainment.

The first book of the series includes chapters on Government; Politics; Religion; News and Media; Morals and Values; Guns, Drugs and Sex; Military; Healthcare and Medicine; Education; and Criminal Justice.

The book also contains 25 pages of excellent references for those who wish to investigate further.

Print version is available from bookstores via Ingram.

Please ask your bookstore to carry this title (ISBN: 978-0996767736).

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Book Review: Arcanum

Arcanum11May2015William Garner, author of Who Really Owns Your Gold, shares his thoughts on Arcanum:

I’m not at all religious.

Haven’t been since 3rd grade when I, on orders by Mom, attended the Jesuit’s Mount Sacred Heart Military Academy in San Antonio, where the Jesuit sisters would beat me with a ruler for not speaking loudly enough . . . not having my shoe laces tied . . . not having polished my brass well enough . . . not this, not that.

Instead, I worship The Laws of Creation and the Universe, and study and practice the art and science of celestiophysics, which mediates and modulates all geophysical and biophysical activity on Mother Earth. I also love astrology, which was the first scientific discipline on Earth, only later to be suppressed by the powers in Rome.

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