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Publisher's Summary

In this book, author and independent researcher Isaac Weishaupt presents conspiracy theories and analysis from Stanley Kubrick's most popular films - 2001: A Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange, The Shining, and Eyes Wide Shut. Learn all about the conspiracy theory of the secret message Kubrick tried to convey about the occult and the Illuminati before his untimely passing. This book lays out examples of scenes and covertly placed messages and themes within Kubrick's films that support the idea that he was privy to the Illuminati secret agenda. From MKULTRA mind-control programming to NASA faking the moon landing to occult and Illuminati goddess worship, this book will forever change the way Kubrick's films are viewed.
©2014 Isaac Weishaupt (P)2016 Isaac Weishaupt
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5 out of 5 stars
By Qabick on 03-07-17

Becoming a huge fan of his work

Love his work. I have been absorbing all of his YouTubeChannel and now his books

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2 out of 5 stars
By Cam Noble on 06-16-17

Just conspiracy theories

The theories they explain are vague and require a great deal of faith in their research. Undoubtedly some notes are true but the few true ones are seriously outweighed by the ones with no cohesive structure or the ones with improper timetables or the ones with massive speculative leaps or the ones that just don't make sense.

I find it ironic that conspiracy theories often require blind trust

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