I have a few issues with this book.
It says, basically, that there was a race war between Jews and Black Africans that goes back to Biblical times. Nimrod was an evil Black king who was
killed by righteous Shem. The Jews built the pyramids and were persecuted for bringing civilization to the Black Egyptians. Shem was the Sun of Ra and
the face of the Great Sphinx, whereas Ham practiced human sacrifice and cannibalism (fooled into doing so by Naamah, the sister of Tubalcain). The
book fails to mention that it was the African Jethro who encountered Moses during the Exodus, taught him to worship YHWH and gave his daughter
Zipporah to marry.
It then explains that the concept of genocide originated with the Will of Canaan, which called for the extermination of the Jews.
The book talks about interesting findings in a temple to Ashtoreth (to whom Solomon's Temple was also erected) in Gezer, as written in Halley's
Bible Handbook. Robert Macalister ( + Ba'al = Ally McBeal?) discovered containers filled with bones of children who were burned alive between 4 and
12 years old, a great number of stone phalluses, as well as pornographic plaques of Ashtoreth with exaggerated breasts. He also discovered
"foundation sacrifices": a family's new house would be blessed after their firstborn child was stuffed into a wall. Jews living in Canaan practiced
the Canaanite religion, as described in 2 Kings 16. Tel-Gezer is also the name of a kibbutz in modern Israel which was founded near the location of
the ancient city.
Even though they are credited with creating one of the earliest alphabets, the Canaanites didn't write down much of their own history. At the point
in time when they traded with the Greeks they were called Phoenicians, which comes from a name given to them by Homer. Nobody knows exactly what the
name means. Some say that it refers to Tyranian purple, royal purple or tekhelet (a rare dye used for ceremonial Jewish ponchos), but this is not
entirely plausible. The word Φοίνικες ("phoinikes") means more like blood-red than purple. Some say that it refers to the ruddy complexion
of Middle Easterners, or even to Irish red hair.
Further, Mullins wrote, "those who remain true to Christ are the Semites." I suppose you can't confuse Eustace Mullins for a Zionist, then, unless
he used the word "Christ" as a simply metaphor. He then characterizes "the people of Shem" as "fair-haired, fair-skinned" and "blue-eyed," and
Canaanites as stereotypically Middle Eastern, usually with government license to engage in racketeering.
He begins Chapter 2 by explaining that the words "coon" and "Cajun" derive from Kajin, a variant of the name of Cain. Nevermind that the word
"Cajun," in fact, derives from Acaddian. A few paragraphs later, he describes Cain's marriage with a Nachash (pre-Adamite) woman. Mullins explains
the name Nachash to be related to a serpent's utterance of the word Negro, the Hebrew word for ape, and the Arabic word for Devil.
One of the biggest blunders in this book is to relate Shem with Set who cut Osiris into pieces, which he scattered.
Mullins further makes some interesting points, such as that courts in Virginia will rule unfavorably against anyone who represents himself pro se, or
who has property that is coveted by a Freemason. He also explains that the oral Talmud was created by Canaanite slaves in Babylon who had forgotten
their old traditions because of widespread inter-tribal marriage.
The book's rantings about the Kabalah being "anti-life" should not completely disregarded. When you read the theories of the various Jewish
authorities—such as the Midrash, the Sepher Yetzira, and the Kohar—they all speak glaringly about the metaphysical and abstract concepts of the
universe, whereas the Torah basically commands men to help repair the universe (and society) by obeying the mitzvoth. And they all use categories and
numbered lists, which has become something of a trend among "self-help gurus."
Mullins then mentions that W. Wynn Westcott
founded the Hermetic Order
of the Golden Dawn, which is interesting, because he also wrote the first English translation of the Sepher Yetzirah.
The statement that the 26th degree of the Scottish Rite calls for Luciferian worship is not completely true. The ritual says that Jesus went to hell
before ascending to heaven, which is almost like calling Jesus a fallen angel or a redeemed Devil. The ritual tries to make it seem like Jesus going
to hell was some kind of test of His character, but it's not. It's saying, basically, that Jesus is a dualistic deity.
Anyone who is turned off by the racist ramblings in the book is likely to miss the information presented in its bulk. The book mentions that "Lord
Sackville" (doesn't specify who) established the first Masonic lodge in Turin, Italy in 1733 (this is wrong -
instituted the lodge in Florence).
In 1864, Giuseppe Garibaldi united the three main Italian lodges (Florence, Turin and Palermo) into a Scottish Rite grand orient (Mullins mentions
Napoli, which was actually the headquarters of the Carbonari). Garibaldi developed such a reputation that Abraham Lincoln offered to make him
Commander-in-Chief of the US Army.
After the Civil War, the Peabody Fund
became the Southern Education
Fund, then eventually the Rockefeller Foundation. George Peabody & Co. became J.P. Morgan & Co.. Mullins also explains the role of Daniel Coit Gillman
at the ground floor of several of the secret societies which now form America's shadow government. One of the founding members of the Board of
Governors of the Federal Reserve was Frederic A. Delano, whose [secure.wikimedia.org...
Isaac[/url] made a fortune selling opium. His nephew—Franklin Delano Roosevelt—appointed him as President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond,
then Vice-Chairman of the Federal Reserve.
In Chapter 4, Mullins explains the link between Karl Marx, the Freemasons and the Zionist movement.
started as an inner circle of a Masonic lodge
attended by Jews. The "Protocols of Zion" were originally published as Dialogue aux Enfers
entre Machiavelli et Montesquieu
by Maurice Joly (Wikipedia does not treat him kindly). The "Protocols" were printed after the
Jewish Synod of Leipzig in July 1869
Kattowitz Conference of Hoveve Zion in 1884
, the Odessa
Conference of Hoveve Zion in 1883 and the B'nai Moshe conference. The "Kattowitz papers" were passed from a Mizraim lodge in Paris to Russian
intelligence, then to the B'nai B'rith in New York.
In 1860, Albert Pike was allowed to be the head of American Masonry with the blessing of Giuseppe Mazzini, only 10 years after Pike was first
initiated, and 12 years after the League of the Just comissioned Marx to write the Communist Manifesto. Marx got his theories about workers' wages
from David Ricardo, the son of Abraham Israel (a prominent Jew from Amsterdam). A theory related to what Ricardo wrote about, called "The Iron Law of
Wages," stated that wages should be taxed so much that workers end up taking home just enough to scrape by on. Any increase in wages would be subject
to careful planning, and additional taxation. A descendent of David Ricardo—Rita Ricardo-Campbell—was Ronald Reagan's advisor on Social Security
and pension benefits.
During the French Revolution, most of the Assembly
were Freemasons. After Napoleon
had seized then lost power, Lord Castlereagh
unwittingly placed control of most of Europe into the
hands of the Rothschilds. He made them financially indebted to the Rothschilds, while placing the House of Bourbon into power in France. After meeting
with King George IV in 1822, the politically unpopular Castlereagh committed suicide by cutting his throat. Henry Kissinger used the steps taken by
Castlereagh as inspiration to formulate his own policy, which he described in a book entitled, A World Restored.
Wikipedia paints that
Castlereagh as simply a misunderstood genius.
In Chapter 5, Mullins returns to his racist roots, proclaiming the US Constitution to be written for and by the "fair-skinned people of Shem." Any
Constitutional amendment granting rights to the "Papuans" (Africans) or the "Slavs" (East Europeans) is a charter to the Canaanite United Nations,
and an aggression towards the people of Shem.
Chapter 6 tells of a conspiracy by the Freemasons of Louisiana to acquit Aaron Burr of treason for offering his assistance to the British Secret
Intellgence Service. The Freemasons also helped Benedict Arnold get an acquittal for his illegal arms dealing.