Illuminati Terrorists and the Cults of Death
by URI DOWBENKO
The Templars and the Assassins: The Militia of Heaven
by James Wasserman
(2001; Inner Traditions)
What do you get when you cross a religious fanatic and a bloodthirsty killer?
Either a Templar or an Assassin — depending on your “Christian” or “Muslim” persuasion.
“The Templars and the Assassins” by James Wasserman is not only a history of the Cults of Death, but a rationale for these Religious Mafia Enforcers, created by the Secret Societies of the Illuminati.
Both the Templars and the Assassins were the embodiment of the Left-Handed Path, manipulating the spiritual aspirations of their followers and perverting them to ignoble ends. In contradistinction to the pursuit of spiritual truth, these cults of death slaughtered countless innocents who wouldn’t bend the knee to their twisted ideologies and “religious” beliefs.
In this book, Wasserman’s command of history is impressive He shows a macroscopic vision of the flow of events leading to the Crusades and the fanaticism, which ended in massive bloodshed, as so-called Christian and Muslim warriors killed each other on behalf of their puppet masters.
The Templars, after all, were considered “the Pope’s private army,” while the Assassins had a similar agenda in destabilizing political power in the Middle East.