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Zenith 2016: Did Something Begin in the Year 2012 That Will Reach Its Apex in 2016?

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What even the best researchers of the Illuminati and veiled fraternities such as the Freemasons were never able to fully decipher is spelled out herein for the first time. The power at work behind global affairs and why current planetary powers are hurriedly aligning for a New Order from Chaos is exposed. Most incredibly, one learns how ancient prophets foresaw and forewar ...more
Paperback, 451 pages
Published August 1st 2013 by Defender Publishing
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Oct 07, 2013 Janice rated it it was amazing
I find most of the content in Horn's books to be verifiable and I don't question his content; however, I think it is needless for him to create an air of sensationalism or fear or impending doom by giving deadline dates. Could he be right, of course, but he could also be wrong, which gives the impression of no credibility. However, his content, much of which I've verified through his and other sources, is impeccable. If anyone comes across any misleading information, please share with me. To dat ...more
Wm. Scott Conway
Oct 29, 2013 Wm. Scott Conway rated it it was amazing
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Great addition and revision to Apollyon Rising 2012. Typical Tom Horn style writing of firing data points at the reader in machine gun fashion.

Just read slow to guarantee maximum absorption and retention.
Feb 03, 2016 Donna rated it liked it
Shelves: prophecy, science
I have read other books by Thomas Horn and have listened to many of his interviews.

His work is well researched but written in an almost pedantic style, with some sentences 10 lines long. I don't mind long sentences but not when there is more than one idea in a sentence and it can easily be broken up into 2 sentences. The excessive use of compound complex sentences with multiple prepositional phrases as modifiers and with unclear antecedents for pronouns causes confusion and definitely slows down
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Dec 13, 2014 kristie bento rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This blows your mind in a cryptic and familiar hint of what we knew and forgot but better remember quick!

I chose this rating because this is the first book to put all the hints together and show how it all fits. And it really makes sense. It's what you know but your over rational mind blurs it out to preserve your ignorance. Because as Satin says, Ignorance is bliss. (For a time)
Joshua Cannon
Mar 29, 2014 Joshua Cannon rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Fascinating and troubling research…I found a reading list of probably another 50 books cited that I really want to dig into now. It's hard to fathom how dark our nation's history truly is. If you are interested in Freemasonry and their "new world order" agenda, this book will shine more light on these subjects than you can find in any other publication.
Molly Bull
ZENITH 2015 by Thomas Horn amazed me. The information found in this Christian non-fiction book was not only interesting, it was eye opening, detailing what might soon happen in the world. Now, I want to read it all over again.
I give it five stars.
Molly Noble Bull
Feb 20, 2015 Will added it
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Possible new buy
Mar 25, 2016 Rafael rated it liked it
A very interesting book with a lot of intense details about what the author believes is the founding of our country and the true motives behind it. I appreciate the author’s depth and quality of research. There were some dry moments in the book where I felt the author did too much in trying to explain things which made it a bit dull and tedious to read at times. However, I did get a lot out of it. Whether you believe in this stuff or not, it’s still interesting to read about. I appreciate Thomas ...more
May 17, 2014 Sharon rated it liked it
Appears very well researched but seems a little to hard to really get my head around. Not convinced that all of his facts point in the same direction.
Apr 24, 2014 Lori rated it it was amazing
A lot of great facts to know, and to research in other books. Good read, one that you can skim through certain parts and still keep going!
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Jun 21, 2015 C.W. Steinle rated it it was amazing
I have enjoyed all of Tom Horns books. Zenith 2016 brings together several key concepts that have been the subjects of passed books. I enjoy the way he documents his sources and the chapters build upon one another.
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Thomas R. Horn (Also Published under the Name Thomas Horn ) is an internationally recognized lecturer, radio host and best selling author of several books including his newest books, Petrus Romanus: The Final Pope Is Here, Forbidden Gates and Apollyon Rising 2012. He is a well-known columnist whose articles have been referred to by writers of the L. A. Times Syndicate, MSNBC, Christianity Today, N ...more
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“This is why one will find in our nation’s Capitol countless images of gods and goddesses, along with zodiacs, the Washington Monument Obelisk, reflecting pools, and a whole cacophony of pagan imagery. There are no monuments to Jesus Christ, the apostles, or anything having to do with the Christian faith.” 1 likes
“The House of the Temple, the headquarters building of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, Southern Jurisdiction, where the Rite’s Supreme Council, 33rd Degree, have their meetings, and the other at the George Washington Masonic Memorial in Alexandria, Virginia. While both men were very helpful and informative, they were evasive whenever I probed too deeply into certain areas. I suppose this is not surprising, given that Masons are sworn to secrecy under blood oaths of horrific repercussion, including having their throats slit, eyeballs pierced, tongues torn out, feet flayed, bodies hacked into pieces, and so on if they give up the wrong information. Perhaps this is why at one point, one of the men I conferred with became visibly nervous as soon as I started asking specific questions about Masonic religious practices, which would include secret rituals that are performed in the Temple Room on the third floor at the House of the Temple, and the hidden meaning behind the name of their deity—the Great Architect of the Universe. What” 1 likes
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