Sinister Forces-A Warm...
Peter Levenda
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Sinister Forces-A Warm Gun: A Grimoire of American Political Witchcraft

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The roots of coincidence and conspiracy in American politics, crime, and culture are investigated in this second volume of a three-part set that exposes new connections between religion, political conspiracy, terrorism, and occultism. Not a work of speculative history, this expose is founded on primary source material and historical documents and provides strange parallels...more
ebook, 811 pages
Published June 1st 2011 by Trine Day (first published December 1st 2005)
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Robert Palmer
As a Christian, I do not engage in occult activities. However, I do believe that we should keep ourselves informed about occult activities that have infiltrated and corrupted our political process.

This is the second volume in a three-volume work in which Peter Levenda continues his investigation of occult involvement in politics begun in Unholy Alliance: A History of Nazi Involvement With the Occult.

As with Levenda's other books, this one is well researched, and if I were rating the book on rese...more
Still fascinating, yet not nearly as engaging as Volume 1. Took a breather but looking forward to Volume 3.
Just started, hope I like it as much as the first book.

8/16/11 - This book is becoming tedious. He has a great deal of detail, all good information about Nixon, his backers and associates, but the copious detail about The Manson Family has slowed things down a great deal. He made the point in the first book "The Nine", that there is good reason to suspect Manson experienced institutional abuse, if not CIA mind-control experimentation that was occuring at the time in institutions across the count...more
This second book in Peter Levenda's 3-part series "Sinister Forces" took a little while to become interesting. As in the first book, a great amount of focus is paid to Charles Manson and Richard Nixon. In fact, despite the first book having quite a bit of information on Manson - and despite the fact that the third book seems to revolve around Manson, a good portion of this book also goes into his story.

After reading through all of this, I had the impression that perhaps the author (Levenda) had...more
The worst in the trilogy.
Not entirely convincing... (e.g. CIA and rev. Jones Kool-Aid connection)
Mike Lester
See my review for Vol. 1 - Sinister Forces: The Nine.
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Author who focuses primarily on occult history. He is best known for his book Unholy Aliance, which is about Esoteric Hitlerism and Nazi occultism, and is also author of the Simon Necronomicon.

He was the president of the international division of Ortronics, Inc., a telecommunications company based in Asia.

He appeared in the TNT documentary Faces of Evil as an expert on Nazi history with special re...more
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