Angels And Demons Revealed

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This documentary goes into great detail regarding the historical background of several prominent secret societies that have appeared and disappeared throughout history including the Illuminati, Freemasons, The Knights Templar, the Assassins, and the Priory of Sion. These secret brotherhoods have often been credited with, or accused of, working behind the scenes of international affairs to influence the course of human history.

Angels And Demons Revealed , 7.7 out of 10 based on 20 ratings

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  • Raphael

    This is just a bunch of conspiracy theories gathered by the author to enhance prople’s feeling of fear. He uses real historical societies and then fabulates without any historical proof, but obviously fake recordings or documents, on some occult domination by a party of all secrete societies that ever existed.

    • Mike

      What are we doing tonight, Brain?

      The same thing we do every night, Pinky. Try to take over the world!

    • demon

      true, true, stll kool to wacth mystery things tho. But you are right, it is fume to get eyes away from bankers in UK.

  • JackAsh

    Fuck yeah, Patrick fukken’ Macnee. I’ll believe anything that mother fucker says. You don’t second guess John Steed sucker.

  • http://www.buybacklinkservices.com Backlinks

    Interesting, Loved the book.

  • Santicrow

    I’m kinda skeptical about the bit with the KGB documents. I’m Russian myself and can speak and read it fluently, and looking at the Russian text presented at 34:31 – the grammar and writing is just wrong in parts – not even encoded but simply grammatically WRONG – almost like it’s been translated from English by a free online translator (and trust me, I’ve tried this from time to time, for shits and giggles). I’m not questioning the whole documentary, but the so-called documents they obtained kinda seem false to me. They are also extremely vague about them here.

    Moreover, knowing Russians, it’s not as easy to obtain such information as they show it to be, and the people selling it would have, without a smidge of a doubt, frisked the buyer thoroughly beforehand and would have very likely found the camera. Also the transaction would have never been done somewhere where the buyer could run away as easily, or without the sellers being armed. It all just seemed a bit staged.

    Otherwise, an captivating documentary to say the least. I’ve watched quite a bit on the Illuminati, but this did present new and interesting information.

    Jah bless.

  • Santicrow

    I’m kinda skeptical about the bit with the KGB documents. I’m Russian myself and can speak and read it fluently, and looking at the Russian text presented at 34:31 – the grammar and writing is just wrong in parts – not even encoded but simply grammatically WRONG – almost like it’s been translated from English by a free online translator (and trust me, I’ve tried this from time to time, for shits and giggles). I’m not questioning the whole documentary, but the so-called documents they obtained kinda seem false to me. They are also extremely vague about them here.

    Moreover, knowing Russians, it’s not as easy to obtain such information as they show it to be, and the people selling it would have, without a smidge of a doubt, frisked the buyer thoroughly beforehand and would have very likely found the camera. Also the transaction would have never been done somewhere where the buyer could run away as easily, or without the sellers being armed. It all just seemed a bit staged.

    Otherwise, an captivating documentary to say the least. I’ve watched quite a bit on the Illuminati, but this did present new and interesting information.

    Jah bless.

  • Santicrow

    I’m kinda skeptical about the bit with the KGB documents. I’m Russian myself and can speak and read it fluently, and looking at the Russian text presented at 34:31 – the grammar and writing is just wrong in parts – not even encoded but simply grammatically WRONG – almost like it’s been translated from English by a free online translator (and trust me, I’ve tried this from time to time, for shits and giggles). I’m not questioning the whole documentary, but the so-called documents they obtained kinda seem false to me. They are also extremely vague about them here.

    Moreover, knowing Russians, it’s not as easy to obtain such information as they show it to be, and the people selling it would have, without a smidge of a doubt, frisked the buyer thoroughly beforehand and would have very likely found the camera. Also the transaction would have never been done somewhere where the buyer could run away as easily, or without the sellers being armed. It all just seemed a bit staged.

    Otherwise, an captivating documentary to say the least. I’ve watched quite a bit on the Illuminati, but this did present new and interesting information.

    Jah bless.

  • Santicrow

    I’m kinda skeptical about the bit with the KGB documents. I’m Russian myself and can speak and read it fluently, and looking at the Russian text presented at 34:31 – the grammar and writing is just wrong in parts – not even encoded but simply grammatically WRONG – almost like it’s been translated from English by a free online translator (and trust me, I’ve tried this from time to time, for shits and giggles). I’m not questioning the whole documentary, but the so-called documents they obtained kinda seem false to me. They are also extremely vague about them here.

    Moreover, knowing Russians, it’s not as easy to obtain such information as they show it to be, and the people selling it would have, without a smidge of a doubt, frisked the buyer thoroughly beforehand and would have very likely found the camera. Also the transaction would have never been done somewhere where the buyer could run away as easily, or without the sellers being armed. It all just seemed a bit staged.

    Otherwise, an captivating documentary to say the least. I’ve watched quite a bit on the Illuminati, but this did present new and interesting information.

    Jah bless.

  • Santicrow

    I’m kinda skeptical about the bit with the KGB documents. I’m Russian myself and can speak and read it fluently, and looking at the Russian text presented at 34:31 – the grammar and writing is just wrong in parts – not even encoded but simply grammatically WRONG – almost like it’s been translated from English by a free online translator (and trust me, I’ve tried this from time to time, for shits and giggles). I’m not questioning the whole documentary, but the so-called documents they obtained kinda seem false to me. They are also extremely vague about them here.

    Moreover, knowing Russians, it’s not as easy to obtain such information as they show it to be, and the people selling it would have, without a smidge of a doubt, frisked the buyer thoroughly beforehand and would have very likely found the camera. Also the transaction would have never been done somewhere where the buyer could run away as easily, or without the sellers being armed. It all just seemed a bit staged.

    Otherwise, an captivating documentary to say the least. I’ve watched quite a bit on the Illuminati, but this did present new and interesting information.

    Jah bless.

  • Gray26961

    its comeing .and not too far away, as we might think,the end game in place already.

  • Shin_akuma_x

    WTF! Is this shit even possible… looks like it came out of a movie… Scary stuff

  • Geust

    At 57:51 they misspell “preparation”; apparently their English isn’t much better than their Russian….