H.Paul Jeffers

Dark Mysteries of the Vatican

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What The Vatican Doesn't Want You To Know:
The lies. The conspiracies. The cover-ups. The truth.

Deep behind the walls of the world's holiest site is a dense network of lies, corruption, and conspiracies fueling the Vatican's vast and unchecked influence on world events. From the Holy Orders that defied the commandment “Thou Shalt Not Kill” to the scandals splashed across international headlines, the Vatican is no longer shrouded in mystery, legend, and secrecy.
It's all here:
The shocking and unsolved murder of the corrupt Vatican financier known as “God's Banker”
Real-life exorcism--and shocking rumors of Satanism
The Vatican's startling views on extraterrestrials and end-of-world prophesies
The Vatican's hidden ties to Nazi Germany and the Mafia
The bizarre rituals of the ultraconservative Opus Dei
The Vatican's ruthless 500-year war with the Freemasons
Pope Pius XII's anti-Semitic indifference to the plight of Europe's Jews and the Holocaust
And much more!
This utterly fascinating, unflinching account is the most definitive exposé ever written about the most secretive institution in the world.
H. Paul Jeffers is the author of The Bilderberg Conspiracy, Freemasons: Inside the World's Oldest Secret Society and Freemasons in America: Inside the Secret Society, among fifty other books. He has appeared
on C-SPAN, Fox News, and The History Channel.
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230 printed pages
Original publication
2010
Publisher
Citadel Press

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    but it also operates like a worldwide corporation
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    were accused of trying to sell works of art falsely attributed to artists such as Michelangelo, Guercino and Giambologna, to art institutions such as the Metropolitan
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    Vatican is both a city and a state
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