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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Hardcoverpages. Published March 17th by Omnigraphics first published January 1st To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. A weird mix of UFO speculation, government cover-ups and “extreme right-wing” organizations.
It’s in alphabetical order instead of being organized by subject. I skipped over almost everything about the UFOs. Although I finished it, two things didn’t impress me.
There are no source notes. The Steigers can write whatever they want, but where are they getting their information from. A list of works cited at the end is useless if they aren’t linked to specific passages. I don’t care if warnings are given, as is indicated in this book, they still caused terror.
Imagine getting that call that there’s a bomb in your building and you have to get out. Imagine wondering if your place of employment was going to get that call one day. People lived in fear. Right-wing groups are all portrayed as evil, but anarchical groups such as the Weathermen are apparently good.
I’m only stunned the Tea Party wasn’t included in this book. Why was the Catholic Church child abuse scandal in here? Yes, there was a cover-up, but we have facts and proof.
Unlike over cover-ups in here. In conclusion, I don’t care much for conspiracy theories. I think I’ll stick with the paranormal instead. We often don’t know if the theory is the product of decades of research by an academic, or something the Steigers heard at the corner bar. The Steigers are also guilty of combining separate theories espoused by different people into one, in effect creating a brand-new consp “Conspiracists say.
The Steigers are also guilty of combining separate theories espoused by different people into one, secrett effect creating a brand-new conspiracy theory all their own. Given these fundamental problems, the book can only be recommended for purposes of entertainment. Goodreads does not want me to review this book, two reviews have been gobbled up. Very briefly, its ok and that’s it. Some interesting, some boring, some misinformation and lack of fact checking. The A to Z reference style is annoying, not a cover to cover read at all.
More like a dictionary of wacky stuff to be taken at face value only. Looks more interesting than it is. The book Conspiracies and Secret Societies: Conspiracifs Complete Dossier second edition. Talks about things that the people might not be ready to know the truth about, Or they just don’t want us to know that information because it may be part of a great take over the world.
This book talks about some secret societies.
It conspiracied talks about some of the U. Presidents, Science mysteries weather control, west Nile virus,and genetic manipulation. This book is good for people that cinspiracies to read about this stuff. This book was wreathing by professional reporters and investigators who did some deep research to find some of the truths. They also talked to some people were there and people that used to work for some agencies like: All these people they have interview claim that the stuff they say is the truth and facts only.
This book is one of my favorite book because it really makes you think about some stuff societied this world ans also makes you thin out side of the box. A thorough history and examination of various conspiracies, secret societies, cults, etc.
Listed alphabetically, each topic covers various tidbits in a way that gives each item its own billing, as opposed to lumping them into categories. I actually found this organization much easier to digest, since the topics and dates don’t get all jumbled together, especially when trying to digest or discuss after reading.
It’s a great resource, however the book is huge in its variety of subjects. Some items A thorough history and examination of various conspiracies, secret societies, cults, etc. Some items are quite brief, only a few paragraphs, while others stretch on page after page. Many subjects he’s “investigated” make it into this collection and are just as interesting here as they were via Jesse and his team. This is one book to keep and refer back to often, especially as news and theories are ever evolving.
This book is about UFO’s government cover up’s. This was a great book i would read this again. I would recommend this book to everyone. I found this book to be very intriguing and surprising. So many secrets the government keeps from the common people. The government who has a few who think they are the elite and can make decisions for us and the world without their knowledge.
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Wanting to desecrate the sacredness of the United States. Depopulate the world, and many more very scary conceptions of what the world should be like. It is a fact, to me, they have gone too far.
This book is a must read! It will surprise and disquiet you. I I found this book to be very intriguing and surprising. I know this book will make you want to be more aware of whats going on around you. This book opened xecret eyes!
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I have read many conspiracy books, good and societis there,” and this is great compendium, much like Vankin and Whalen’s 80 Greatest Conspiracies. It has reasonable detail on well-known and lesser-known conspiracies and societies, is well-written with a nice bibliography.
The tone is even-handed, which is an extra-plus. If you’re willing to engage in critical thinking about the topics, sodieties just want to enjoy learning about the topics, this will provide several hours of good reading. Good read and must have if you’re into this kind of stuff. Nov 14, Iiana Garcia rated it liked it.
How do u read the book??? Flipped through it to read what I found most interesting. Too many typos for my liking.
No new ground covered here but it was a fun ABC’s to conspiracies. Mar 28, Melissa L rated it it was amazing. I liked the book. I had heard of some of the things mentioned, and enjoyed reading about the others. Mar 07, Amy rated it really liked it. I love to delve into the various conspiracy theories and this one has a little bit and sometimes a great deal of information about all of them!
Sep 03, Mike rated it really liked it. Oct 24, Robert rated it liked it. And soooo funny to read. Feb 08, Dustin added it. A good reference book. It was kind of dull. I thought it donspiracies be exciting. I couldn’t make myself finish. Aug 03, Rick Staten rated it liked it. Sep 07, Veronica Fritsch rated it it was ok Shelves: