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13065735 the Secret World Government or the Hidden Hand the Unrevealed in History Paperback

13065735 the Secret World Government or the Hidden Hand the Unrevealed in History Paperback

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Maj
.-Gen
.,
Count
Cherep-Spiridovich
THE
SECRET
WORLD
GOVERN
ENT
OR
"THE HIDDEN HAND"
The Unrevealed in History
100 Historical "Mysteries" Explained
The Anti-Bolshevist Publishing Association
15 EAST 128th
STREETNEW YORK CITY
1926
Now
 
GeneralCherep-Spiridovich
Extolled
as Prophet
IN
SEVEN
OF
HIS
PRE-WAR BOOKS ARE FOUND MORE THAN EIGHTY
FAMOUS
POLITICAL PROPHECIES ACCURATELYPREDICTED
.
QUOTATIONS BELOW, CONCERNING GEN. SPIRIDOVICH, EXPRESS THEENTHUSIASTIC ENDORSEMENT OF THE MOST PROMINENT
EUROPEAN EDITORS
:
"Spiridovich is the Slav Pope
-
Spiridovich is the Slav Bismarck"
-
acknow-ledged the "Russkoye Slovo," Russia's greatest paper
.
"Nothing has happened, nothing was told since 1914, that General Spiridovich
did not foresee, foretell and repeat a hundred times with the fiery, passionatestubbornnesss, which is the distinguishing quality of the seers and prophets,"("L'Information," in Paris, on December 27, 1915)
.
"So Count Spiridovich prophesied exactly ten years ago. Few prophets havebeen more thoroughly justified than he
.
Today is the tenth anniversary of an
astounding prophecy of his, which appeared on our pages, Dec
. 19, 1908,"(The Editor of the "Daily Graphic" on Dec
. 19, 1918)
.
"General Cherep-Spiridovich has the credentials as a successful PROPHET"(the Editor of the "Financial News," on January 24, 1919)
.
"The XXth Century Prophet," a "PROPHETIC GENIUS," ("The Christian
Commonwealth" in February, 1919)
.
"Count Spiridovich has a more intimate knowledge of the Russian problem
than almost anyone who has visited this country. He has very definite ideas about
what should be done to save the world from Bolshevism. The General should beconsulted by those in authority
.
His profound and intimate knowledge should
be at their service
. His book,''Towards
Disaster,"published in 1913, pre-dicted what would happen in Russia in the event of a European War and this, like
his other predictions, has shown that he possesses an uncanny intuition," (theEditor of the "Daily Chronicle," the famous Mr
. Robert Donald, President of theBritish Empire's Press, in his own "The Yorkshire Observer," on April 25th, 1919)
.
"The accurate fulfilment of all the forecasts of Gen. Spiridovich gives to his
advice a great weight
.
His foresight approaches the MIRACULOUS
.
His de-
tailed knowledge of affairs and men would not be sufficient to explain this gift
."
(M
.Urbain Gohier, the brilliant Editor of
''
La Vieille France," Paris, July 29, 1920)
.
"Count Spiridovich may justly claim to be the possessor of a faculty for
foreseeing eventsin the political world, which entitles him to be called a PROPHETin all seriousness
. His book, "Towards Disaster; Dangers and Remedies" (1913),
proved him to be possessed of a PRETERNATURAL intuition," (Lord Alfred
Douglas, Editor of "Plain English" on Sept 25th, 1920)
.
"Count Cherep-Spiridovich is one of the best informed world politicians, whose
sincerity and devotion to the truth no one can doubt
.
He has taught me more
political history in a year than I had previously learned in my whole life, 62 years,"
(the Editor of the "Asiatic Review," on Dec
. 3rd, 1920)
.
The late Ambassador of Italy, Baron Mayor de Planches, gave an interviewin New York in April, 1907, when in "The New York Times," on Aprii 17, 1907,appeared the General's letter (foretelling the 2 Balkan and the World Wars)
:
"The United States had its Washington, the Italian Kingdoms were joined
by Garibaldi
; Bismarck gave lasting unity to the German people, and now the
Slav nations may have their hero
. The appearance of a Slav Bismarck is imminent
.
The prediction is on every Slav tongue. But the conditions which such a liberatormust fulfill are very difficult
.
Such a leader must answer six requirements
.
The only man who can meet all the six conditions is General, Count Spiridovich."
(The Town Topics, April, 1907)
.
"The General's writings bear evidence of a faculty of prevision which amounts
to PROPHETIC GENIUS, entitles his utterances to the weightiest consideration,"(the Editor of the "Asiatic Review" in Feb
., 1919)
.
"General Count Cherep-Spiridovich was thoroughly well acquainted in the most
intimate manner with all the undercurrents and intrigues of European politics,"(the "New York Staats Zeitung" on April 29, 1921)
.
Some of Germany's newspapers implied that her failure was due to him
.
"General Spiridovich is the most inspired and fearless man alive today
. And
he
has behind him the terrible record of prophetic warnings in the past, fulfilled,"
(the famous homeopath, Dr. John H
. Clarke, Vice-Pres
. of "The Britons," London)
.
15
East128th Street, New York City. Tel. Harlem 4962
.
 
INTRODUCTION
This book is mostly about Jews; it is not against the Jews
.
These painstaking researches have been made in order to re-write-history "with conscience;" as Lamartine urged, as Washington
Irving admonished
.
The results are presented to the thinking pub-lic to enlarge its intelligence, not its prejudice
.
The book should
appeal to Jew and Gentile alike, that they may join hands in purg-ing society of its enemies, be they Jewish plotters or Gentile part-icipants
; each group more contemptible than the other according
to the point of contemplation
.
The Jews should bring to bay the "satanists," who corrupt
the countries in which they have found asylum; the Gentiles should
make harmless every Judas, who accepts the bribes of the Jews
.
Together they should eliminate from authority the man who
"sells his birthright;" equally with him, who, taking advantage ofhis weaker brother, "buys it for
a
mess of pottage;"
"But he that is greatest among you shall be your servant." (St
. Matthew)
.
Count Cherep-Spiridovich springs from Norse gentility
.
His re-motest ancestor on record was prince Rurik, who, being one of the"Worthies" of his time, was in 862 called by the Slavic people
to
Novgorod, where he founded a dynasty and gave Russia its name
.
Nordic tradition,
coupled with exceptional
education and
training, have given to general Spiridovich the spiritual ardor, theconstructive impulse, and the extraordinary perseverance requiredto make his vast knowledge serve the exigencies of the present byhis peculiar power to forecast the future, but it devolves upon theindividual reader to make practical application of it,by refusingto participate in the practices, which engage "Enemies of Human-ity
." A Chicago Rabbi recently said
"We have been told, long enough
: 'You cannot change Human Nat-
ure
; but, I say to you
: Human Nature can be changed
; and, what is more
:
Human Nature must be changed."
And, how may it be changed?
A Danish philosopher has
giv-
en
the formula
.
He speaks of traditions of caste as undeniable ob-stacles to the realization of Freedom and Equality; butsuggestshow these obstacles may be converted into opportunitiessaying
"In the nature of Inequality is a secret
.
Equality becomes inhuman
under forced abolition of Inequality
;
Inequality becomes inhuman when weneglect to promote Equality
: it is upon inequality as a basis, that equality
must be reared. The agony of society arises from this simple thesis being
misunderstood on opposite sides
."
These are the jewels of thought of a century
;
they blindthe evil eye of bolshevism; may each reader set them, firmly, in thediadem of his deeds
.
Count Tolstoy prophesied
"'A
.
man shall come from the North to save civilization."
Is
that man Cherep-Spiridovich? Who knows?-Read his book
and the world will never again seem the same to you
.
Chicago, July 4, 1925
.
Herjulf
Vikingsom

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