Adagio Press is pleased to announce the release of Niccolò Machiavelli’s The Prince, edited by William Dean A. Garner.
The Prince has become a classic over the centuries since it first appeared around 1510, not because of its elegance or style but because of its subversive content about the true nature of power. Mainstream historians and academics have labelled it a “political treatise,” but this is only a small part of a much larger and more-important picture.
The Prince isn’t just for princes who thirst for, or are forcibly thrown into, advancement. It is a raw and bloody field manual for upper- and mid-level managers on predatorial ethics and power: what it is, how to obtain it, and what to do with it once you have found, stumbled across, or been granted it.
Adagio’s version of The Prince, wonderfully translated by Luigi Ricci, has been lightly edited for clarity and easier reading for the American English audience. Rest easy: we were careful not to disturb Ricci’s delicate brushstrokes and superb rendering.
Amazon Page: The Prince
Paperback: 142 pages
Publisher: Adagio Press, LLC
Product Dimensions: 6 x 9 x 0.36 inches
Buried within mainstream news about Kim Kardashian’s sizable ass, Bruce Jenner’s sex change and the strange sex rites of Warren Jeff’s “church” is a blurb about the signing of a highly secretive international agreement that, on the outside, marks the largest-ever trade accord in history and promises to promote free trade among the 12 signatory nations, including Japan and the US. And, buried within this lengthy agreement, is a chapter on intellectual property (IP). Logical, yes, given each nation has a stake in maintaining control over and protection of its citizens’ IP rights. “Citizens” includes multinational corporations. That there is so much secrecy surrounding this agreement is, in itself, cause for alarm, not to mention the total lack of transparency with global citizens.
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A friend asked me why I would consider living in Costa Rica, since its government has been subjugated by the Jesuits. I listed it as one of the few countries to move to, in my book Who Really Owns Your Gold, Third Edition. The following article grew from a letter to another friend who lives in Costa Rica. In it, I explain how some countries are designed to fail while others, like Costa Rica, are designed for some measure of success.
If you look at the world as a grand game, a board of states with well-defined borders, it becomes easier to see how the Jesuits lay out these borders, confine citizens within, restrict movement across borders, and restrict undesirables from entering. It’s all a fascinating game to me, because so much can be learned by simply examining things from afar, putting the results together in coherent fashion, and making good sense of them. Read more
“The long-feared and hated rasputitsa of eastern Europe envelopes the morals and values of our beloved America today, no longer confined only to one season each year.”
We are all governed by the Laws of Creation and the Universe, although most of us have no idea what they actually are. Those who came before us left some clues but nothing definitive. Jmmanuel prescribed general guidelines for living, which he preached to his followers, but even they were often confused about the true nature of them and how to implement them. Nonetheless, I extracted 124 Laws of Creation and published them in my previous book Arcanum. The Laws are also posted on my website SeanMaclarenBooks.com under the title The Laws of Creation.
Modern religions have bastardized Jmmanuel’s words and twisted them into commandments, laws and rules, a strategy that has worked remarkably well over 2,000 years, mostly because those forceful teachings came at the end of a sword or whip. Pain and fear are great motivators.
“Jesuit math: 1/2 truth + 1/2 truth = The Whole Truth.” —William Garner
The following chapter is from my book, ROMANIC DEPRESSION: How the Deadlight of the Black Pope and the Jesuit Militia Distort the History of The United States of AmericaI, available on Amazon.
In the early 17th century, the Old World of Europe was becoming stale and unproductive, her workers and toilers growing uneasy with continued monarchical rule that favored the ruling elite and did little if anything useful for the working class and poor, which were more difficult to manipulate and control. Read more
Unfortunately, in today’s rough geopolitical climate, it is becoming more dangerous to voice one’s own opinion, especially if it counters the moves of the Jesuits. One need only read the summary of a paper by Cass Sunstein and Adrian Vermeule, Conspiracy Theories, to appreciate the lengths the American government is willing to go to silence dissenters. In reality, it is the controllers of the American government, the Jesuits:
For more than 2,000 years, there have been secret societies and groups that have met behind closed doors. Since the mid-1500s, the Jesuits have sought to infiltrate these societies and subsequently control them from within. Some societies were dissolved, others allowed to continue, depending on their popularity and tactical and strategic usefulness to the Jesuits.
“Jesuit math: 1/2 truth + 1/2 truth = The Whole Truth.”
—William Dean A. Garner
William Dean A. Garner is a featured guest on several of David Wilcock’s Disclosure series programs on GaiamTV.com, on July 9, July 23 and August 6: