Revisionist History Newsletter issue no. 78
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"Truth Devoured by a Wolf"
16 page magazine format. Nearly 18,000 words!
The “Wolf Hall” TV series on PBS and two books by British author Hilary Mantel shred the reputation of St. Thomas More and rehabilitate the king’s slavish bureaucratic hatchet man, Thomas Cromwell. What are the facts behind the famous Tudor power struggle over the king’s marriage to Anne Boleyn?
What lessons in rule by Cryptocracy does this historical epoch have to teach?
Sections include: Thomas More: the saint who burned heretics and hunted booksellers; More’s involvement with the Neoplatonic Hermetic conspiracy; Hilary Mantel: false accuser; the plight of the only untarnished saint in this tale of woe: Catherine of Aragon, the queen who had been Henry’s true wife for 20 years; Rise and Fall of Anne Boleyn; Did Thomas More die for the Occult Church or the Catholic Church?; Did the occult Renaissance Church of Rome work covertly for Henry’s divorce? Errors and bias in “Wolf Hall.” Did More acquit himself at the end? How Cromwell and Henry VIII created a template for tyranny, and more!
Join us on the trail of the hidden hand of the Cryptocracy inside the Tudor power struggle!
Revisionist History Newsletter: Featuring always intriguing adventures in history!
Apologies for the off-topic comment, but the Washington D.C murders of the young family (Savopoulos family) and their maid has hallmarks of a classic Masonic ritual. If you have not looked into it, I'm sure you will see and pick up far more signs and sigils than a novice like myself.
As an aside, I admire your work, and appreciate what you're doing in the cause of Truth.
I have an off-topic comment for MH as well. I'd be very interested in his view on Baptist Steven L Andersen's views on Jews, such as in his new video "Marching to Zion". Views on his "Did the Holocaust really happen?" video would be good as well. I think you could write a very informative essay on these 2 videos which many would like to read.
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