The Discrete Power of the Illuminati Symbolism

  • by Steve Smith
  • Narrated by Jim D. Johston
  • 2 hrs and 12 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Symbols have been used by secret societies since time immemorial; their power is used to control minds as they seek to transcend established laws and governments. The Illuminati is perhaps the largest secret organization in the world, and while many have yet to come to terms with the reality that they are introducing a New World Order, those who have embraced the truth have made positive steps to inform others of what could mark the start of yet another dark age. Many theories have been postulated to create an illusion of a world under one government in which the Illuminati ideals form the fundamental principles of governance, application of laws, and the administration of punishment. The little that is known of the Illuminati brings to the fore some commonalities, including the fact that the Illuminati seeks to control the world by instilling fear and meting death on those perceived to be opposed to its ideals. This book illustrates:


How the Illuminati operates
The mysterious circumstances under which the Illuminati was founded
The symbols that define the Illuminati with special emphasis on meanings and how they affect you.
An in-depth analysis of the founding families
A new perspective of the New World Order
Why the Illuminati prefers the media as a tool for executing its plans

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Well I don't know what I expected

What disappointed you about The Discrete Power of the Illuminati Symbolism?

This book will suit you if you want paranoid Christian opinions what Satan worship involves. For example, the Illuminati teach their children telekinesis; or, the Illuminati created cancer AND AIDS. I was disappointed by the feeble mindedness of this book's ultra-conservative author.


Has The Discrete Power of the Illuminati Symbolism turned you off from other books in this genre?

I thought this would be better than it was, I did come across something more fairly written by another. I think I'm done now though, just read the Wikipedia page for the Illuminati and it's more than any of these books have on it.


What three words best describe Jim D. Johston’s performance?

odd sounding but rather good performance


What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

this book is anti Illuminati. -_- ...if you were wondering


Any additional comments?

Wish I had that time back.

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- Charley Yeager "If you're down with the ISTP then we can read Wikipedia together all night."

Out in left field!

What did you like best about The Discrete Power of the Illuminati Symbolism? What did you like least?

I liked this book for pure entertainment. It's amazing how much imagination some people can have. I personally do not believe the illuminati even exists and if it does, I highly doubt it is as extreme as this book suggests!


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- Dana

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-24-2015
  • Publisher: WE CANT BE BEAT LLC