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Publisher's Summary

This book presents frightening, but truthful, facts that will shake many of your deepest beliefs to the core. A dark plan, put into place centuries ago, has come to fruition. Consider
Battle Hymn
your wake-up call... Painstakingly researched through hundreds of sources and interviews, Battle Hymn
rips the cover off the invisible government that controls our leaders and soon, our very lives. Composed of just a few hundred powerful but unelected people, this elite cadre seeks to create a one-world government to complete its already advanced globalist plans to end the sovereignty of all nations - including the United States. Its ultimate goal is complete control through a New-World Order where a socialist dictatorship ensures that every citizen is tagged, mollified and productive.
©2011, 2015 Black Rose Writing (P)2015 Black Rose Writing
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4 out of 5 stars
By ecx123 on 05-18-16

A Warning too late?

A very good synthesis of modern history THEY don't want us to learn. All the relevant unanswered questions have been touched upon from secret societies, Rothchilds, Federal Reserve, false flags, 911, mind control, wars from 1776 to present, Luciferian and pediphilia. It is quite a ride with more than a few surprising revelations.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Kevin Stokes on 04-18-17

A serious, researched work well worth the listen.

First of all - a note about the narrator. There are few words and names that get mis-pronounced, and at times it sounds a little like a synthesized voice. But in my opinion it is a very minor complaint. It will not ruin the book for you.

In most fields of study there frequently is one book that stands out above all other works as the authoritative masterpiece. Battle Hymn is such a book for study of the powerful forces which operate behind the scenes in most of the governments of the world.

While the first half deals mainly with how the world has been controlled by bankers. It is clear that this is where the author is most comfortable, since the information is right there for anybody who cares to research the financial history. I was astounded to learn that the Bush family earned their family fortune by financing Adolf Hitler's rise to power. Upon doing independent research I verified it was true, and how the Bush's political opponents did not use this is proof enough that powers at be were always running both horses in the races.

Also amazing was how the same circle of people and their offspring have flitted around from position to position, also in control of money and military forces. A great job is done following the key Illuminati families.

In areas where the evidence is circumstantial, such as G HW Bush's involvement in JFK's assassination and the attempt on Reagan's life, the author makes it clear that this is conjecture.

The 911 chapter is fairly well done. There are so many holes in the official story that it would take more than one entire book to cover them all. But the other does mention some of the more obvious facts at odds with the narrative. My favorites are the 13 cell phone calls recorded while the plane was at 30,000+ feet. It was simply not possible, ever, not even close. The Pentagon attack is the lamest, where a plane that stands 4 stories tall supposedly makes a whole one story high. How two 6-ton jet engines which burn jet fuel when operating supposedly melted and disappeared without a trace, and yet the victim's families are delivered personal effects including paper notes and driver's licenses.

In the more wild elements of Illuminati theories, such as aliens and demons, the author is careful to mention them, but offers reasonable explanations of why some people might believe this.

In later chapters, the mind control chapters are very well done. While it sounds rather out there, I recognized patterns right away. For example, how the victims are told they will rule the world. That is a line from the Evie's Crib website which should be very familiar to those familiar with the Wikileaks emails. 'Take advantage of this now, for in the future she will have the power of life and death over you.'

I cannot recommend this book enough. If you have curiosity about the theory of the Illuminati but do not feel very confident about it, this is the book that will bring it all together for you. How they are allowing this to be published is a mystery, because it is far beyond any of the other looney dis-info books out there.

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5 out of 5 stars
By MR M J WATSON on 09-07-17

Eyes wide open.

Have you ever suspected that all is not as it may seem.... or how you have been led to believe, often without question?
This should be required reading in every learning establishment but for reasons you will discover, that could never be.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 09-27-16

Fascinating book, but spoilt by the reader!

Is there anything you would change about this book?

No, other than the reader

How did the narrator detract from the book?

This reader sounded like he was reading from a telephone directory. It was clear that he had not read the material ahead or prepared in any way. At times I lost the thread of the story whilst i was trying to work out what he had just said.

Do you think Battle Hymn: Revelations of the Sinister Plan for a New World Order needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

This is dependent upon whether there is additional material.

Any additional comments?

This is a fscinating story - incredibly dense with a huge amount of information. I cannot vouch for the veracity of it, but the authors appear to have collated a tremendous amount of information which, if true, presents a very worrying picture for the future of us all.

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