Here, for the first time, is a complete history of the world based on the beliefs and writings of secret societies, researched with the help of an initiate of more than one secret society.
From the occult roots of science to the esoteric motives behind American foreign policy, this fascinating history shows that the basic facts of human existence on this planet can be viewed from many very different angles. And once our viewpoint has been altered, we will see that secret philosophies are encoded everywhere around us - in great art and literature, in the arrangement of the pips in an apple, in the names of the days of the week, even in the very stories we tell our children.
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It really is that bad...
Reading as a graduate Theology student, all I could do was cringe from begging to end. Wildly unfounded assertions, and when he refers to the Bible he offten comes to conclusions so far from biblical scholalry work, its difficult to see why it was published. I mean really, vegetable people, you have to be kidding me. It really is that bad, this book has one purpose, and that is to feed the Dan Brown, secret society, gnostic gospel obessesion, that has emerged in the last five years or so... It has been written to make money, the content of the book clearly made no difference to the publishers, after all it does have "secret" in the title.
Is this a joke?
I thought this might be a little outside the box, but wasnt quite ready for the vegetable people and the vegetable kings....listening to this is probably the closest thing to actually experiencing real insanity. You cannot take any of the ideas seriously at all.
A lot of the basis in here for the arguements seem to be one of two things, ...firstly similarities, for example, cut and apple in half and it looks like the path of a certain planet through space (well concidering how many hundreds of millions of things there are its not surprising you can make matches,,,my chair has 4 legs...so does my dog. therefore according to this wisdom my dog used to be a chair?..) and also everything must be true because "The ancients believed" oddly they also believed in drilling holes into your skull. I would suggest that is a better way to spend time than listening to this complete twaddle.