Item description for Circle of Intrigue: The Hidden Inner Circle of the Global Illuminati Conspiracy by Texe Marrs...
Cloaked in mystery and shrouded in secrecy, ten ruthless men comprise the "Inner Circle" of the Illuminati conspiracy. In this explosive book, based on over nine years of intense, investigative research, Texe Marrs exposes the diabolical Plan which these evil men call their "Great Work." He unmasks their occult religion and discloses how this hidden group meets privately behind closed doors and issues strict orders to a network of agents and associates spread throughout the globe. The Inner Circle sets the agenda for such notorious organizations as the CFR, the Trilateral Commission, the Bilderbergers, the Priory of Sion, the Order of the Skull and Bones, and the Grand Lodges of Freemasonry. The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the Russian KGB, and British Intelligence also work for the Inner Circle and enforce its directives. Presidents, prime ministers, and dictators alike bow to this hidden group and plot together World Government. Does the Inner Circle also control President Bill Clinton, Vice President Al Gore, Senate Leader Trent Lott, General Colin Powell, and billionaire Ross Perot? Circle of Intrigue reveals the shocking truth about the World Conspiracy and warns of the cosmic destiny of this murderous clique of super-rich conspirators. Will their despicable plot succeed? Have they decreed bloodshed for America's future? Will you end up one of their victims?
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Studio: Rivercrest Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.43" Width: 5.61" Height: 0.88" Weight: 0.89 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2000
Publisher Rivercrest Publishing
ISBN 1930004052 ISBN13 9781930004054
Availability 0 units.
More About Texe Marrs
Marrs is the author of three dozen books on computers, technology, and Christian faith in the modern world. He has taught at the University of Texas at Austin. He is a retired career officer of the U.S. Air Force and currently heads Power of Prophecy ministries in Austin, Texas.
Texe Marrs currently resides in Austin, in the state of Texas.
Reviews - What do customers think about Circle of Intrigue: The Hidden Inner Circle of the Global Illuminati Conspiracy?
Everyone Should Read this book Jan 15, 2006
This man knows what he is talking about. Even though he has a lot of religious overtones, which I do not agree with necessarily, it is still a very good book. He seems to know the score. I would recommend this book to all people interested in politics of this country and the world. Also, people of all religious persuasions should review this book as it explains something about the human plight here in the U.S.A. and in other parts of the world. It explains about evil. He is absolutely correct on some the items on the agenda but is missing or failing to inform on more important issues. Fantastic book. Right on the money
The back of the dollar bill is conclusive evidence Feb 7, 2004
I've read many books on this subject but this is one of the best, and I'm so glad I purchased it. For any of you cynics who doubt any of these "conspiracy theories", as you say in a sarcastic tone, think about this -- why is a pyramid and an all-seeing eye on the back of our $1 dollar bill? Take a minute to stop, get a dollar out of your pocket, and really look at it. What does a pyramid or an eye have to do with the United States of America? Absolutely nothing. I've asked this question many times of cynics, and not a single one could answer it. They try, but nothing comes to mind, so they hem and haw and drop the subject. The dollar itself is tangible proof of the "conspiracy".
Better Than X-Files Apr 16, 2002
His critics dismiss Texe Marrs with the label "Fundamentalist Christian." So be it. But at least he takes a stand. At least he reads the Bible of his faith. At least he applies it to the world around him.
I like Marrs' books. They have the excitement of conspiracy theory. But grounded in Bible study. If you don't believe in the Bible (or are afraid your friends will think you're a nut if you do) you probably won't like his books. But if you're into Bible prophecy, and use the Christian Bible to guide your life, then I think you'll appreciate Marrs' perspective.
I'll admit, I try not to put any Christian writer on a pedestal. God is still the definitive Author. But there's a place for writers who use the Bible to comment on current events. I appreciate the work they do. Especially when it prompts me to go back and read Bible passages they've pointed out.
So, Mr. Marrs: I thank you for taking so much flak, yet still keeping the faith. And I eagerly await your next book.
Wake up! May 26, 2001
Most of the world is deaf, dumb,and blind. 85% of the population believes exactly what is printed, stated and vocalized, through out the media. Cospiracies are hard to swallow, but if you believe Robert F. Kennedy, John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, and Jesus Christ were killed ~ or should I say murdered, just simply because of circumstances, then you are part of that 85%.This book could have been better, however, was accurate with the information that was stated.This novel is more of a reference book than anything else. Other authors that share the same opinions and facts are William T. Cooper and Ralph Epperson.
Could this be true Apr 4, 2000
The only word that I can use is speechless. This book takes your mind on a rollercoaster ride. Texxe Marrs gives you the feel that the rich will take over the world and this will happen anytime.