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I usually love Tom Horn's work, for it's use as research for creating fiction if nothing else, but this book was a compilation of things we in the alternative community were discussing in the early 1980's. It is interesting that the "conservative Christians" have adopted the stances that we hippie kids were standing on, much to everyone's chagrin, back in the day. But here they all are, these theories and opinions, recapitulated with a strange bias. "The world is about to end but please by our book!" I am reminded of Ghostbusters Two, when Bill Murray interviewed the psychic who had published the book saying the world would end at the stroke of midnight that year, just days away. That being said, it is a somewhat interesting read, Tom is a wonderful writer. Why anyone would be happy to see the world end is beyond me, but then I believe the core of the Christian message is to love one another, not pray for the destruction of one's country and anyone who does not agree with me. So while this book is interesting, be wary of believing it. That stuff Jesus said about wolves in sheep's clothing and false prophets abounding rings true as I consider this text. If you are writing fiction, however, it is a wonderful source of ideas to contemplate and gives some interesting plot lines to consider for political thrillers. And YES, the founding fathers were DEISTS. Not Christian. As for the woo woo black magic Egyptian stuff, one ought to be wary of believing any such thing. But it sells books. You go, Tom!
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