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Secret Societies by Sylvia Browne

Secret Societies

by Sylvia Browne


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Fresh from the success of her book Secrets & Mysteries of the World, Sylvia Browne now reveals the clandestine world of secret societies. Sylvia’s research, combined with her amazing communication with her spirit guide Francine, has uncovered the fact that many secret societies affect the lives of each of us every day . . . whether it be in the areas of religion, politics, economy, government, crime, or other worldwide influences. She shares her knowledge of the conspiracies, coverups, long-held secrets, misinformation, and power manipulations of secret societies in both the past and present and how they can affect us today and in the future.

From the mysterious secrets of the Knights Templar to the powerful secret societies of the modern age, Sylvia takes us on an amazing journey to explore and unearth the truth. She discusses the amazing influence of the Freemasons on our Founding Fathers, the influence of religion on earth-shaking secrets and terrorism, the agenda of powerful secret societies for a “New World Order,” and much more.

Sylvia explores it all, and even gives us information on a powerful secret society that no one has even heard about. So lock your windows and doors and discover these societies and their secrets . . . some will really raise the hair on your neck!


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