Arashizil Association of the Club of Rome. When i read this book back in i was blown away, now almost 20 years later i just think it was the best attempt by the neo nazi movement to win over spiritually oriented people. Desde leugo es interesante todo esto, pero lo veo poco creible, sobre todo cuando por encima he leido algo de un sistema propuilsado por taquiones. Eckard es el gancho.
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Life[ edit ] Holey was the middle child of a wealthy family. His mother called herself a clairvoyant , and his father wrote three books dealing with gnostic and esoteric subject matter. Today, Holey runs his own publishing house, which publishes his own works as well as of others holding similar interests and viewpoints. Political opinions[ edit ] Holey draws from many esoteric and conspiracy theories, many of which originate in the United States of America.
His writings encompass such varied themes as Nostradamus , reincarnation , conspiracy theories regarding John F. The author believes he is banned as part of a larger conspiracy. In Geheimgesellschaften, Holey combines science-fiction, esotericism , Nazi-mythology , ufology and " Zionist global domination" theories. He also employs The Protocols of the Elders of Zion as a source.
He believes the Rothschilds head a Jewish conspiracy to rule the world and associates them with a mysterious cabal called the Illuminati , who plan a New World Order. Holey and his followers claim that they are not anti-semitic, but rather that they speak out against powerful Jewish interests in high finance and politics.
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