William Guy Carr's last work. It was edited by his elder son, and is presented as the author's last manuscript exposing the Luciferian Conspiracy, Satanism, secret societies and the Synagogue of Satan as driving forces behind the World Revolutionary Movement.
The author connects the dots in a devious and obscure network between international Jewry, the Freemasonry, other secret societies, Communism and the Worship of Satan. Carr calls it the “Synagogue of Satan”.
The english Metapedia.org writes: The Synagogue of Satan
Carr's books often discuss a Luciferian conspiracy by what he calls the "World Revolutionary Movement," but he later attributed the conspiracy more specifically to the "Synagogue of Satan." The term "Synagogue of Satan" was not a reference to Judaism. Carr wrote, "I wish to make it clearly and emphatically known that I do not believe the Synagogue of Satan (S.O.S.) is Jewish, but, as Christ told us for a definite purpose, it is comprised of 'Them who say they are Jews ... and are not ... and do lie' (Rev. 2:9 and 3:9)".
This quote is taken from Satan, Prince of this World, the book Carr had been working on at the time of his death. It was edited by his elder son W.J. Carr, Jr. and presented as the: "last manuscript [of the author] exposing the Luciferian Conspiracy, Satanism, secret societies and the Synagogue of Satan as driving forces behind the World Revolutionary Movement". Carr's son also mentions he did not publish some parts of the manuscript because many references were missing.
As a Christian traditionalist, Carr believes that the world conspiracy is based on a Manichean way of thinking, this view is common to many anti-Mason and anti-Communists, who have read deeply, starting from Nesta Webster. There is another common variant seeing the world conspiracy being based on the Sabbatean/Frankist teachings, but it also acknowledges Manichean influences.