Occult Theocracy. Edith Queenborough. This book makes no claim to literary merit. It is simply a work of research and documentation, giving evidence and facts which will help the reader in drawing his own conclusions.
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Edith Starr Miller , Lady Queensborough, was an American socialite who was intent on exposing secret societies. At the end of Occult Theocrasy she writes that one of the aims of her book was to safeguard "the young and the unwary against falling into the pitfalls set by agents of subversive sects. She admits that her book is just a start and that she hopes ot Edith Starr Miller , Lady Queensborough, was an American socialite who was intent on exposing secret societies.
She admits that her book is just a start and that she hopes others will elaborate on her work. Lady Queensborough is called by some the Lady Diana of her generation. She married a British minister of parliament, Baron Almeric Hugh Paget, who was old enough to be her father.
Prior to her death, she had filed for divorce stating cruelty. Occult Theocrasy was published posthumously also leading to the comparison. Some believe she was murdered. Did her elderly husband have her killed? Was she murdered because of the secrets she revealed in this book? Some have asked this question over her mysterious death. Even though I enjoyed Occult Theocrasy I can only give it three stars because in the final run at times it became repetitious.
The book is encyclopedic in its' listing of various secret societies both known and unknown to the public. Some of these societies are also religions or religious sects. What are included here are both the secular and spiritual. Lady Queensborough wrote that the most controlled sections of society under the strict watch of secret societies are the banks, industry, corporations, education, art, literature, science, religion, various groups studying international, political, financial, and economic affairs, the press media , political parties no matter whether conservative, liberal, radical, socialist, etc.
She writes about the electoral system: It would not sound preposterous to state that the electoral system is similar to that of auction, insomuch as it favors the highest bidder.
In election campaigns, the successful candidate is not necessarily the most deserving or worthy of votes, but too frequently he who was able to buy the greater number of votes.
Votes are captured by slogans, propaganda, and unfrequently bribery. Only an infinitesimal percentage among them will ever strive to find out the power or powers behind the candidate, and by whom he is, in effect, controlled. It would be difficult to imagine any of today's socialites, especially here in America, and I doubt anywhere, else with this level of intellect and perception.
She also writes of how many universities are the breeding grounds for subversion freemasonry since the youth are always used as dupes and pawns.
In fact, one of the historical European masons she mentions said that the universities are their best areas of recruitment. There are many lines in this book that resonate today.
She wrote that Lenin advised that once people are suspicious of the motivates of a group or when it has been discredited it's important to change its name to keep it going reach an end. I believe that many of the people in the forefront of the world stage today politicians, entertainers, media personalities pushing certain agendas which sound wonderful to the gullible are members of some of the same groups around in the authors's day, and even groups in existence many years before Occult Theocrasy was written.
The names have changed, but the goal to hook in the unwitting is unchanged. The end result is never true freedom or liberation, but the enslavement, abuse, and neglect of the many by the few.
This book is not just about secret societies solely oriented towards the youth. This book also has some rich history stated in it which isn't taught in mainstream history.
The history covered is both secular and religious history about secret societies mainly in Europe, North America, and Asia. In this book I picked up a number of treasures which have inspired me to keep seeking out and reading obscure history.
Really Occult Theocrasy egged me on into my obscure history loving mode. Occult Theocrasy can be a bit of a tedious read at times. It will also be controversial to some. The author drops a lot of historical names, but in the case of some of them she doesn't elaborate enough at times on who they were. Still I feel this book is a good read for those interested in secret societies, freemasonry, religion, history, and politics.
Occult Theocrasy clarified to me a lot of what this world is currently experiencing. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. About Edith Starr Miller. Edith Starr Miller.
Her title derived from her marriage to Almeric Hugh Paget, 1st Baron Queenborough, which lasted just over 10 years and produced three daughters.
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Edith was born in Newport, Rhode Island. Representative William S. Representative Jonas P. Edith and her husband were allegedly pro-Fascist,     and Edith in particular was friendly with Brigadier-General Robert Byron Drury Blakeney.
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