Behold a Pale Horse - Chapter 2 "Secret Societies and the New World Order" Summary & Analysis

William Cooper (novelist)
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Chapter 2 "Secret Societies and the New World Order" Summary and Analysis

Chapter two presents a rather cohesive analysis of secret societies and their typical composition. Such societies have always existed, and they function primarily because all people want to belong to such societies because they want to feel that they are a member of an elite group possessed of superior knowledge. The societies are based around repetitive levels of ritual and secret initiation. This ensures that most members of the lower circles of the society will never progress and are simply uninformed labor to be exploited by the upper circles of the society.

Cooper alleges that the original secret society was known as the Brotherhood of the Snake, a society based upon the worship of the Judeo-Christian, Lucifer, who is considered to be the source of...

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