William Carr wrote conspiracy theories involving Freemasons, Zionists, bankers, Illuminati and others.
But, to our mind, the basic conspiracy is very simple, and does not need to use a lot of words.
The basic conspiracy is the 'Feudal System', whereby the top people control most of the wealth.
But let us explain about William James Guy Carr (1895 - 1959), who was born in England and went to sea at the age of 14.
He became a conspiracy theorist and wrote books which included 'Pawns in the Game'.
In the 1890s, Tazil wrote books claiming that Freemasons worshiped the Devil.
Taxil claimed he received information from Diana Vaughan, who had met demons, one of whom had written prophecies on her back with its tail.
In 1897, Taxil confessed that his revelations about the Freemasons were fictitious.
Of course, Taxil may have been part of a clever plot to discredit those who try to discredit Freemasons.
The Taxil Hoax may have been about secretly defending Lucifarianism.
Gay Joseph McCarthy and his friend gay Roy Cohn.
"Joe McCarthy is a bachelor of 43 years. ... He seldom dates girls and if he does he laughingly describes it as window dressing.
The political ideas of the Christian association which published Carr's books, were close to those of the Mormon, John Horne Blackmore.
Carr believed that there was a plan for Three World Wars, and his belief was based on a letter allegedly written by the Freemason Albert Pike.
The authenticity of this letter is disputed.
The letter was first mentioned by Edith Starr Miller and then by William Carr, who cited Cardinal Caro y Rodriguez of Santiago, Chile, author of The Mystery of Freemasonry Unveiled.
"It seems strange that a man of Cardinal Rodriguez's knowledge should have said that it WAS in 1925".
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The letter can apparently be traced to the earlier writings of 'the self-confessed hoaxsters' Domenico Margiotta and Leo Taxil.
Apparently, there is no evidence that any correspondence ever existed.
The British Museum confirmed in writing to researcher Michael Haupt that such a document has never been in their possession. 1
In Pawns in the Game, Carr claims (based largely on the 'Pike letter'):
Illuminati agents stirred up hostility between Britain and Germany so as to start World War I.
The First World War was fought so as to enable the Illuminati to turn Russia into an Atheist Communist country.
After World War I, Communism was used to destroy other governments and weaken religions.
Illuminati agents stirred up hostility between the Fascists and Zionists in order to start World War II.
World War II was fought so that Fascism would be defeated, the Zionists would increase in power, and the state of Israel could be created.
Illuminati agents will bring about World War III by stirring up hostility between the Zionists and the Moslems.
This will lead to the destruction of Israel and of Islam.
The remaining nations will then fight each other until they are all in a state of collapse.
Carr's books refer to the "Synagogue of Satan."
Carr wrote, "I wish to make it clearly and emphatically known that I do not believe the Synagogue of Satan (S.O.S.) is Jewish, but, as Christ told us for a definite purpose, it is comprised of 'I know the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan.' (Rev. 2:9 and 3:9)".
Carr believed that the Luciferian conspirators existed at the time of Christ.
So, Carr was some kind of right-winger with links to the security services.
And some of his sources are dubious.
One suspects that he was secretly a friend of the Feudal System?
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