The Conspiracy Book Thread

Aside from theology books, I know that conspiracy books are really popular and there are many.

I'm interested in what conspiracy books people read, what they were about, feel free to review or summarize them, post some of your favorite excerpts and quotes.

A conspiracy book I can't recommend enough:

Conspirators' Heirarchy: The Story of The Committee of 300 by Dr. John Coleman

I'm currently reading a book called:

Between Two Ages: America's Role in the Technetronic Era by Zbigniew Brzezinski

These books are eye opening and will teach you a ton about the various secret societies that run our world and their respective set of beliefs, functions, agendas, etc.

A quite telling except from Conspirators' Heirarchy: The Story of The Committee of 300:

Most of Solidarity's leaders were descendants of Bolshevik Jews from Odessa and were not noted for hating Communism. This helps to understand the saturation coverage provided by the American news media. Professor Sachs has taken the process a step further, ensuring economic slavery for a Poland recently freed from the domination of the USSR. Poland will now become the economic slave of the United States. All that has happened is that the master has changed. Brzezinski is the author of a book that should have been read by every American interested in the future of this country. Entitled "The Technotronic Era," it was commissioned by the Club of Rome. The book is an open announcement of the manner and methods to be used to control the United States in the future. It also gave notice of cloning and "robotoids," i.e. people who acted like people and who seemed to be people, but who were not.

Brzezinski, speaking for the Committee of 300 said the United States was moving "into an era unlike any of its predecessors; we were moving toward a technotronic era that could easily become a dictatorship." I reported fully on "the Technotronic Era" in 1981 and mentioned it in my newsletters a number of times.

Brzezinski went on to say that our society "is now in an information revolution based on amusement focus, spectator spectacles (saturation coverage by television of sporting events) which provide an opiate for an increasingly purposeless mass."

At one point, he lets the cat out of the bag:

"At the same time the capacity to assert social and political control over the individual will vastly increase. It will soon be possible to assert almost continuous control over every citizen and to maintain up-to-date files, containing even the most personal details about health and personal behavior of every citizen in addition to the more customary data.

"These files will be subject to instantaneous retrieval by the authorities. Power will gravitate into the hands of those who control information. Our existing institutions will be supplanted by pre-crisis management institutions, the task of which will be to identify in advance likely social crises and to develop programs to cope with them. (This describes the structure of FEMA which came much later.)

"This will encourage tendencies through the next several decades toward a TECHNOTRONIC ERA, A DICTATORSHIP, leaving even less room for political procedures as we know them. Finally, looking ahead to the end of the century, the possibility of BIOCHEMICAL MIND CONTROL AND GENETIC TINKERING WITH MAN, INCLUDING BEINGS WHICH WILL FUNCTION LIKE MEN AND REASON LIKE THEM AS WELL, COULD GIVE RISE TO SOME DIFFICULT QUESTIONS."
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Behold a Pale Horse, by Bill Cooper, is pretty popular. You can find an audiobook version of it on YouTube.

Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars, mentioned in the above, is also a fun & short read. It's not a book. You can find it thru Google or YouTube.

There's a nice quote in there that I like, "When you assume the appearance of power, people soon give it to you." I think this is why the G Manifesto was always talking about custom suits.
Behold a Pale Horse, by Bill Cooper, is pretty popular. You can find an audiobook version of it on YouTube.

Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars, mentioned in the above, is also a fun & short read. It's not a book. You can find it thru Google or YouTube.

There's a nice quote in there that I like, "When you assume the appearance of power, people soon give it to you." I think this is why the G Manifesto was always talking about custom suits.

I have been an avid follower of Bill Cooper's work for years. He is pretty much the first conspiracy theorist to really produce quality content worth delving into.

Imagine if he were alive today...he would be having a field day.


Often a "conspiracy" book is really just a work that - in the attempt to tell the truth - mentions (((their name))). So, for example, 200 Years Together by Solzhenitsyn would be considered a conspiracy book when, in reality, it provides an exhaustive and objective analysis on the individuals that created the communist movement in Russia.


Conspiracy books have become a fad, so there are a lot of poorly researched books that have been cranked out recently. I encourage folks to read some of the earlier books that were well researched. Basically anything published before 2000 had to survive on its own merit, not fads.

Eustace Mullins was a pre-internet writer who laid a lot of the foundations for today's books. For example, G. Edward Griffin's The Creature from Jekyll Island is largely a rip-off of Mullins' earlier work The Federal Reserve Conspiracy. Griffin's book is far more popular, but its longer and most of the extra material deals with Congressional bailouts of failed banks, not the conspiracy to hoodwink the public or what the Federal Reserve actually is (a banking cartel with the near exclusive power to regulate banks and create money).

Mullins' book TheWorld Order (not NEW World Order) is also very good. He discusses the Rothchilds and their tentacles, among other things.

Another excellent book to start with is The Unseen Hand by A. Ralph Epperson. This is a long book that covers broad ground with surprising depth. This is a great book to start with.

A popular book of that era is None Dare Call It Conspiracy. Its OK, but its pretty short and superficial. Epperson's book covers much more ground, more deeply, but is less well known.

These are good starting places. You can then read books in a specialized area like finance, medicine, education, politics, etc.


I read Taylor Marshall's book Infiltration about a year ago. Seemed pseudo-conspiratorial. Never crossed the line of heresy or sedevacantism as far as I could tell. His basic premise, iirc, was that the Catholic Church has slowly been influenced by subversive Freemason plots and has slowly drifted leftward. I don't have enough information to agree or disagree with the conspiratorial element he alleges, but obviously Novus Ordo has been target of more traditional Catholics ever since it first arrived on the scene. I guess I would ultimately recommend the book but it just barely passes the threshold of me giving it a recommendation.


The Epperson book is indeed a good introduction. So is None Dare Call it Treason by Stormer. There was an outfit called A-Albionic Research that had a warehouse of conspiracy literature for sale, but I think they went out of business. I got The Illuminoids from them:

Some other researchers include:

Antony Sutton

Cleon Skousen (Joel's uncle) The Naked Communist

Chris Bollyn

Harry Elmer Barnes

Michael A. Hoffman
Secret Societies and Psychological Warfare 2001

by Michael A. Hoffman II

"...the most challenging exposé of masonic magic ever written." --Lloyd Miller, A-Albionic Research


Also Wormser's
Rene Wormser was the counsel for a congressional committee commissioned to investigate the great tax-exempt foundations. Despite opposition from the media and the financial elite, the committee discovered that the Rockefeller, Ford, and Carnegie Foundations were working in education, government, and the media to convert our country into a socialist nation. This book documents the power of the Tax-Exempt foundations and how they used that power to subvert a nation.

Grow Bag

Just to add to that for anyone interested, here's Norman Dodd's Report for the Reece Committee on Foundations.


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Probably the most factually driven researcher on the subjects of conspiracy.

I am finishing the Federal Reserve Conspiracy. Its excellent and elucidating... and provides an in depth understanding of how our current money powers system works, as well as how international banking/BIS works, along with fractional lending and fiat currency.