The Occult Technology of Power: The Initiation of the Son of a Finance Capitalist into the Arcane Secrets of Economic and Political Power

October 30, 2019 - Comment

“Crucial is to create the impression that, although the people have been exploited in the past, today the wealthy are at the mercy of an all-powerful government which is firmly in the hands of the people or do-gooding liberals.” —The Occult Technology of Power This is the programme of the .01 percent! First surfacing in

“Crucial is to create the impression that, although the people have been exploited in the past, today the wealthy are at the mercy of an all-powerful government which is firmly in the hands of the people or do-gooding liberals.” —The Occult Technology of Power
This is the programme of the .01 percent! First surfacing in 1974 from underground sources, The Occult Technology of Power is a blueprint distilling the esoteric doctrines and technics of the global elite. These initiatory lessons from a cadre of technocrats is now available with a never before collected appendix of revelatory information. The publisher assumes no responsibility for those who use this book to expose those in control—or to join them.
“A little gem of protocol which displays acute perception. A Satanic overview.” —Anton Szandor LaVey, Cloven Hoof, Nov./Dec. 1974
“Written as if it were a set of lectures by the central philosophers of a master conspiracy. Their personal viewpoint is rational egoism, but they want to keep the wisdom of this perspective secret-since it is impossible to exploit a person who maintains a self-conscious, self-interested frame of reference… This reviewer is very pleased with the discovery of a text we had at first avoided because of its title. The little book is very much worth its price.” —Joe Cobb, Reason Magazine, May, 1976

Comments

Anonymous says:

Great little book I have to tell you that I enjoyed reading this book very much.It entertains several ideas and notions which I already believed to be true before reading it.So, yes… in a sense one can say that I liked this book because it appeals to my confirmation bias.I dont care, LOLAnyway, I was glad to check the bibliography at the end of the book and see books by Murray Rothbard, Ludwig von Mises, Carrol Quigley, Anthony Sutton, George Orwell, Nietzche and…

Anonymous says:

Good content; but physical “book” leaves a lot to be desired To be clear, the “book” itself is very interesting, and a fun read. Very short, but dense information wise. My biggest issue (and maybe this was my fault) is that I was not expecting the physical “book” to be what it is. It is very…underwhelming. Seems incredibly cheap, and almost like the community college course books I get in the mail. The pages almost seem like newspaper. Again, great book, in and of itself. Just don’t be surprised when you get basically a glorified pamphlet in the mail.

Anonymous says:

Too powerful for most listeners If you enjoy being a slave, then this is not for you.

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