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The Master Game: Unmasking the Secret Rulers of the World par [Hancock, Graham, Bauval, Robert]
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The Master Game is a roller-coaster intellectual journey through the back streets and rat runs of history to uncover the traces in architecture and monuments of a secret religion that has shaped the world.

Pivotal historical events and processes, not least the Renaissance, the birth of scientific rationalism, and the French and American revolutions, are radically re-evaluated in the light of new investigative evidence presented in The Master Game. Even the belief that the United States has a "global mission," so obvious today, may ultimately prove to be less the result of a short-term reaction to terrorism than the inevitable working out of a covert plan originally set in motion almost two thousand years ago.

The Master Game refers to a scheme or "game" played on the world stage to bring about a world order governed by a lofty goal which, today, we term the "Masonic Ideal." The Master Game traces the origins of this game of symbols and words and talismans from ancient Egypt all the way to modern times, and places it squarely on the elitist Scottish Rite Freemasonry, headquartered in Washington, DC, and ruled by a secretive and powerful brotherhood of men who have attained the thirty-third degree. The Master Game exposes this world order's true purpose and, more importantly, shows how it has affected the United States of America and badly backfired on 9/11.

The book is adapted and expanded from the authors' earlier, out-of-print book Talisman.

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There is an IMMENSE lot of detail in this book, but what is it pointing towards? What is the relevance? I am unable to see it. I gave up after about 230 pages, and put the book away. I must be dumb.

Where is this MASTER GAME? And where is this "UNMASKING THE SECRET RULERS OF THE WORLD"? Where is this common thread of thought/philosophy/religion from the Egyptians through the Hermeticians, the Bogomils, the Gnostics, the Cathars, the Free Masons and perhaps others? And, even if there should be such a common thread of thought, does that necessarily point towards some kind of secret organisation pulling the strings throughout the centuries and millennia? In this book I find no valid argument for such a theory.

And if there is any commonality between the various religions or currents of thought, is that so strange? Human beings have always asked themselves about the "meaning of life", the creation of our planet, the existence of a Creator or a God, the eternity of the soul, and so on. But I can't see how this book sheds any further light on such questions. And above all:


Yes, I must be dumb.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent new edition of Talisman 31 août 2011
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Just to be clear, this book is essentially a new edition of "Talisman," which has been out of print in the US for several years and was something of an underground gem as it was not much publicized by its now defunct publisher, Element Books. Hancock and Bauval have taken the bones of "Talisman" and added on new material that bookends that work into a new theory that addresses the massive global issue of our time: the struggle between Islam and the West.

They are not afraid to be controversial. Some of the material regarding 9/11 in particular is likely to rile establishment parrots and truthers alike. It's a massive book - 636 pages with 81 photos - and it's hard to get through some of it. The payoff comes eventually, though, for those who stay the course - and their controversial conclusions will not seem nearly as far fetched once you've sucked in the couple of millennia's worth of global history leading up to them.

Definitely recommended for those who missed "Talisman," and even for those familiar with that work there is enough new material here to make it a worthwhile purchase, IMHO.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Seriously interesting, but the point is? 16 septembre 2011
Par M. L Lamendola - Publié sur
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This book provides extensive research and detail on, as far as I can tell, two topics:

1. The brutalities of the Catholic Church in suppressing dissent, truth, heresy, and knowledge. It covers this story from the beginnings of the Catholic Church in the fourth century AD until the ascent of England as the dominant world power.

2. The Masons and a litany of architectural anomalies and coincidences. It covers this story from the time of the Knights Templar (presumably, the forerunners of the Masons) to such modern architecture as I.M. Pei's pyramid at the Louvre.

If you have an interest in this kind of history, this book will be a page turner for you. You'll turn about 600 pages. Unfortunately, this book obviously was not proofread. So as you turn those pages, you can't help but notice that typos and misspellings abound. To me, that's a serious defect.

Another defect is the book doesn't seem to be written with a point in mind. While I enjoyed reading the history, I finished the book not understanding why the authors wrote it or what point they were trying to make. Yes, they did state a concluding point but it didn't seem to derive from the rest of the book.

This is really several books in one, or at least several themes that appear to stand separately. For example, there's a book that gives you some history of the Cathars, another book that gives you some history of the Knights Templar, and another book that discusses writings of Hermes Trismegistus. The authors don't explain how these tie together. That said, it is some seriously interesting material to read.

The Master Game ends with a 20-page chapter that talks about Masonry and jihads, concluding that the secular leaders need to get the Muslims and Christians to set aside their animosity toward each other. That's a good sentiment as far as it goes. But it ignores the fact that most of the Western world isn't Christian (non-Muslim Europeans tend to be agnostic), even if we lump Catholics into that category.

Only at the end of the book did it dawn on me that the authors were positing that the folks running the world are the Masons. But they don't make a case for that theory. Yes, many prominent people have been Masons. But they also probably ate peas. So what?

With so much detail in the history of Catholic suppression, the Cathars, etc., we suddenly leap into "these people were Masons, so Masons must be running the world." But the evidence the authors provide of Mason influence is in architecture, not politics or banking. As the Masons came out of the building trades, their influence in architecture is a given.

So I don't see that this book answers the question posed by its title and subtitle. There is a conclusion, but I don't see its relevance to the rest of the book.

Except for loosely arguing that the Masons rule the world, this book doesn't reveal who the "secret rulers" are. I had expected to read something about Goldman Sachs or another of today's powerful criminal enterprises, but this book spends most of its time hundreds of years in the past and then rapidly moves through the American and French Revolutionary times and on to today. But it spends very little time on anything that's happened in this century or even the previous one.

Consider what would happen if a researcher decided to answer the following two questions:

1. How did Obama, who had the worst federal spending record in the US Senate, manage to get put on the Presidential ballot in the middle of an economic crisis made worse by federal spending?

2. Why are so many of Obama's top folks, and nearly all with any financial oversight, from Goldman Sachs?

Or consider how research into those two questions would lead us into looking at how the massive stealing (they call it "spending") of the Obama, Bush, and Clinton Presidencies has produced a national debt greater now than $200 trillion (far above the official figures) or why the USA now spends more on the military than the rest of the world combined.

Yet, none of this was even hinted at in the book. And I don't see how today's gangsta government has anything to do with Catholic popes who died fifteen or sixteen centuries ago on another continent.

This book provides an interesting ride through history. But to see who the secret rulers of the world are, you just need to follow the money. The master game is one of stealing, and those who run the game are accumulating the money. The alignments of buildings in London and Paris aren't explained by the greed and destruction we see from today's elite.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 And so, uh, who are they? 3 décembre 2013
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This is a huge book. In the end I was disappointed. I found the first half very interesting (although mostly historical rather than philosophical) concerning Gnosticism, Hermeticism, ancient Egyptian magic, and the evil perpetrated by the Catholic Church against the Cathars and other "heresies". Also interesting is the historical information about the Crusades, the Templars and Freemasons including how they tie in with these religions and wisdom traditions.

But it became increasingly tedious and, in the end, it all amounts to little more than an explanation of who is behind the troubles in the Middle East and why the U.S. supports Israel. Suddenly it's not just the Masons, but they are in league with the "Zionist Federation". So little is said about the Zionists that it isn't even in the index. And then in the Appendix the Jews are dropped into the mix without explanation.

The WTC attack of 9/11 is only mentioned and is stated as masterminded by Al Qaeda and that Arab terrorists flew commercial airliners into the Twin Towers and Pentagon (i.e., the official explanation which, to me, is irrefutably physically impossible).

Most of all, the "secret rulers of the world" are not unmasked. There is much more to ruling the world than trying to have exclusive possession of Palestine. What about the virtual enslavement of all the people of the world? What about corporate control of all water sources, patenting of DNA, drugging of the population, the undermining of democracies worldwide by trade agreements and "statutes" that supersede constitutions, the dumbing-down of education, privatisation of state assets, and massive wars and war budgets bigger than the GDPs of the same countries. Most of these seem to contradict the ideals of Freemasonry and the teachings of the founding prophets and messiahs of religions as described in this book.

I thought it was being billed as finally naming names and getting to the bottom of things. I could have read a radical Islamic website. Apparently the Muslims already "know" all this, so if millions know it, it's not secret is it?

Which U.S. President was it who said (not mentioned in this book) there is a government behind the government whom the voters do not know about and whom are not voted into power, and that was why that president couldn't publicly admit the U.S. had had communications with extraterrestrials, because no president can defy that government-behind-the-government who actually decide everything. Who are they? That is what I had hoped to learn.

If it were an attempt to misdirect or "disnfo" by means of information overload, it is still not very effective.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Talisman Renamed! 30 août 2011
Par Rebel59 - Publié sur
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I just received the book today, and although I suspected this might be the case (due to the identical "Book Description" for both "Talisman" and "The Master Game"), I wasn't quite sure until I actually received my long-awaited copy of "The Master Game" this afternoon. Alas, my suspicions were confirmed. The pictures/illustrations are virtually identical; the chapter titles are the same; even the endnotes are largely the same. I suspect this may be a slightly updated version of the ponderous 2004 "Talisman", but buyer beware. If you've already read/have "Talisman" in your library, you're about to add an inferiorly printed rerun of the same book to your repertoire. This is really a shame - or might I say, "sham" - as the listing leaves the impression that this is a brand new title. Where's the "formerly entitled 'Talisman'" disclaimer? Or, even the admission this is an updated version of that earlier work? In short, it's non-existent. I just paid $15.08 for a title that wasn't a very good read to begin with. To be fair, perhaps there's more than just a modest measure of updating inside; maybe Bauval & Hancock just kept the same photos and chapter titles and focused their efforts on refining the content. I can only hope that's the case, but I'm less than optimistic that it will be so. Sigh! And after waiting for nearly five (5) months and multiple delayed release dates. I feel like i just bought a stale dessert purveyed as fresh from the oven. Buyer beware!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five stars for wealth of historical data! But I do have a few questions. 20 avril 2012
Par Alexander P. Simack - Publié sur
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Most of the customer reviews here are accurate and fair. I was not aware of the previous volume, of which, some reviewers claim, this is an updating. And it is the last section which seems to contain the most typos, and, for me, inconclusiveness. What is the Master Game? And who are the "secret rulers of the world?" I believe both authors aren't telling us as much as they really know, which is rather odd, for both men have taken traditional academia severely to task over a couple of decades now.

The one glaring example is their acceptance of the "official conspiracy theory" concerning 9/11 -- at least, they seem to accept it, for all other theories are branded as "harebrained."

And there is no mention, in such a voluminous book, of the corruption of the Masonic Order over the past few hundred years, and the strong probability that its core today is managed by sinister Bushes and Skull and Bones types, call them Illuminati or what you will. David Wilcock goes into much detail here in his latest online book, Financial Tyranny. I wish these eminent scholars had backed up his work.

Yet I admire them for bucking the establishment as much as they do, for their tireless labors, attention to detail (maybe that's it, too many trees, not enough forest), for their unflinching gaze into the horror pits of history. This book can definitely lead the reader into many deep contemplations.

If it is a "mystery school" that is desired for more information I would recommend the Lemurian School in San Diego, and the book which came from an offshoot of that school, The Ultimate Frontier. I don't believe everything in the school or the book, but they do provide an overview. For more reporting in the "secret rulers" area I recommend Jim Marrs' books and David Wilcock's work.
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