In dealing with the conspiracy of power it becomes evident that not only is networking and associations important, but also family lines and family ties. Authors, who are not even aware of the conspiracy of power, have written books exposing that America has an Aristocracy, but America's Aristocrats are very low key compared with Great Britian. Even today, the privileges that the British aristocracy still retain are easily seen by those who are not so fortunate in birth. Everyone is aware that Britian has an aristocracy, but one has to try to convince Americans of theirs.
At the very top of power in the U.S. is a tight group of 20 to 30 families that intermarry and interact. Particular members of these families are selected for membership in a few secret groups such as the Skull and Bones Order, which has been a cell for the Power. The Skull and Bones Order, as the reader may now realize, is strongly suspected as one of the American chapter's of the Illuminati.
Those in the Skull and Bones Order if they are involved in religion tend toward the Unitarian Church, which presently is merged with the Universalist Church as the Unitarian-Universalist Church and is actively promoting the New Age Movement.
The Order works hand in glove with another group also called the Order—that is the Independent Order of B'nai B'rith. It is no surprise then to learn that the B'nai B'rith also has connections to not only Freemasonry but the Bavarian Illuminati.
Both the Order (S&B) and the B'nai B'rith work through the Masonic Lodges. In studying UNESCO it is apparent all three groups have power in UNESCO.
1. Marrs, Jim. Crossfire The Plot that killed Kennedy. NY: Carroll & Graf Pub., 1989. Marrs spends a separate chapter on the means, motives and opportunities for each of these groups. Ralph Epperson in his lectures provides circumstantial evidence that tends to link the Masons to the assasination of Kennedy too.
2. Prouty, L. Fletcher. The Secret Team: The CIA and its Allies in Control of the World. NY: Ballantine Books, 1970.
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