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  • Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Defender (Nov. 24 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0982323565
  • ISBN-13: 978-0982323564
  • Product Dimensions: 20.8 x 13.7 x 2.5 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 340 g
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #117,122 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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The awesomeness of this book will NEVER be overstated. An absolute masterpiece, testament to the great, prodigious intellect of Tom Horn. Awe-inspiring! Christians thirsty for some vital pieces of the Big puzzle - look no further!
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86 of 92 people found the following review helpful
The symbol that Dan Brown missed Dec 14 2009
By Derek P. Gilbert - Published on Amazon.com
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Thomas Horn methodically dissects and analyzes the occult symbolism built into the layout, architecture, and artwork of Washington, D.C. and the Great Seal of the United States, concluding that 18th century Freemasons were aware of and influenced by such varied sources as the ancient prophecies of Apollonian sibyls, Egyptian mysticism, Sir Francis Bacon's utopian novel 'The New Atlantis', and the Mayan/Incan calendar.

With all due respect to the reviewer who found this book to be a rehash of previously researched material, Horn's analysis of the Mayan and Incan calendars in the context of the Freemasonic symbolism suffusing Washington, D.C. leads him to a startling conclusion: the purpose of the layout of Washington, and especially the Capitol dome and the obelisk of the Washington Monument, is to effect a magickal "working" that occultists believe will result in the rebirth of a golden child -- Apollo/Osiris/Marduk/Nimrod -- who will herald the return of his father Saturn's reign.

Highly recommended.
48 of 52 people found the following review helpful
Read It, Read It Again, Then Read It A Third Time! Jan. 7 2010
By Thriller Junkie - Published on Amazon.com
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I got this book about one month ago and read it the moment it arrived from Amazon. I was STUNNED at the depth of research Mr. Horn presented! I have every one of Tom Horn's books and bar-none, this one is his masterpiece. I decided to read it a second time last week and I got so much more detail that time around. You just can't get everything presented here in only one quick read, trust me on this. This book will upset Evangelical Christians (of which I am one) preconceived views that our founding fathers established America to be a Christian nation. That was hard to digest but Mr. Horn quotes from the documents these men themselves penned. Mr. Horn also nailed the hidden meanings of the symbols of freemasonry, something Dan Brown completely missed in his book The Lost Symbol, originally titled The Lost Key of Solomon by the way. Though Dan Brown's book is fiction based on (some) facts, Tom Horn's book is not fiction and is based on hard and provable evidence. Buy an extra copy to loan out because after you've read this you won't want to part with your copy. It's that good!
38 of 42 people found the following review helpful
This book is nothing short of essential Dec 26 2009
By Todd Strandberg - Published on Amazon.com
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"Something this way wicked comes," writes the author in describing the future for America and the world. The line is from Shakespeare's Macbeth, in which a witch pronounces Macbeth a traitor and a murderer. But Shakespeare's darkest literary revelation can't begin to rival the ominous unveiling Tom Horn performs in Apollyon Rising 2012: The Lost Symbol Found and the Final Mystery of the Great Seal Revealed.

This is no play dreamed up by the Bard. There is, in reality, indeed something wicked headed in this direction. Apollyon Rising forewarns of its approach in a way totally unique in my experience as a writer/researcher of matters involving eschatology--the study of end times. I sense that Horn's book is destined to garner great interest from all quarters of the halls of intellectual curiosity, not just from those fascinated with Bible prophecy or prophecy in general.

The author tells of awakening one night in a swirl of epiphany, his hours of research congealing into the realization that specific, controlled versions of American history had kept him "in the dark, blinded from the actual course that a frightening network of hidden powers had set our nation upon years before."

Suddenly, Horn relates, "pieces of the puzzle began rapidly falling into place. Things were making sense now--world affairs, changes to U.S. domestic and foreign policy, a renewed focus on the Middle East, Israel, Iran, Iraq, [and] Babylon..."

The preface to Horn's book states the end to his long-time skepticism of conspiratorial claims of the dark forces shaping and molding America's and the world's geopolitical configuration for the future course of history. He then writes:

As outlined in this book, the startling truths behind the clandestine society that helped frame the United States and placed within the Great Seal a prophetic secret doctrine can finally be understood. What even the best researchers of the Illuminati and veiled fraternities such as the Freemasons were never able to fully decipher is spelled out herein for the first time. The power at work behind global affairs and why current planetary powers are hurriedly aligning for a new order from chaos is exposed. Perhaps most incredibly, one learns how ancient prophets actually foresaw and forewarned of this time.

My reading confirms for me the truth of this declaration. Like Horn, I have always been leery of conspiratorial thought with regard to caliginous cabals shaping the destiny of man. The author's truly unprecedented look into the spiritual influences upon the world--and particularly on America's founding and course since--points to the truth in God's Word, the Bible, that the struggle is against supernatural wickedness in high places.

The author's in-depth treatment brilliantly illuminates the evil involved in a devilish master plan rooted in ancient times and becoming ever more manifest in this troubled hour. Reading Apollyon Rising exposes the supernatural as well as humanistic blueprint intended to corrupt mankind as was done in antediluvian times.

Tom Horn's book is not a casual read, but one that is an absolute must for understanding what is going on in this perplexing, even frightening, time in history. Each reading unfolds new layers of enlightenment on where it is all leading, and what to do about it from a personal perspective.

This book is nothing short of essential, in my view.

Terry James

Author of The American Apocalypse: Is the United States in Bible prophecy?"

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60 of 70 people found the following review helpful
It seems that the pagans have something interesting in store for us Dec 25 2009
By Searching for what the Bible actually says - Published on Amazon.com
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Though the summary of Freemason symbolism and its influence on the United States was very interesting, the most important part of the book to me was the tying together of the same basic message from every major pagan system out there (Freemasons, Aztecs, Mayans, Egyptian mythology, Roman mythology, Greek mythology, Babylonian mythology, Sumerian mythology): 2012 is the climax they've been looking forward to since the beginning of civilization. Prepare to have you mind blown.
84 of 100 people found the following review helpful
Long and Tedious Feb. 10 2010
By L. Coleman - Published on Amazon.com
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I am probably going to get flamed for this review, but I feel the need to be completely honest here. I am a believer in Jesus Christ meaning that I'm a born again Christian. I also believe in all eschatology from a pre-tribulation point of view....meaning I also believe in the rapture of the church. With that being said I'm a little disappointed with this book. I read 2012, the Bible, and the End of the World by Mark Hitchcock first and found that book to be a little repetitive and thought this book would be less so but I found out quickly that this is not the case. Reading the first 19 chapters felt like paging through a history book. It was as if I was reading around in circles if that makes sense....I really don't know how to explain it. There are 20 chapters in the book with the first 19 chapters dedicated to the history of the Freemasons, the ancient pagan Gods and the rituals that were practiced. At times I felt as though I was literally reading a history book about all the ancient Gods (demon entities) with a list of all their names, which ancient civilizations worshiped which God etc. The information about the Freemasons has been done so many times especially all the symbols and what they mean, interpretation of the Great Seal etc. I was beginning to get really frustrated and bored and had to put the book down several times.

Chapter 20 was the best chapter because it wasn't repetitive and the author provided a lot of excellent information that I didn't know right off the back. The whole book could have been tied up in Chapter 20. In my opinion chapters 1-19 were filler chapters with chapter 20 being the meat of the entire book. It's like Mr. Horn saved the best for last or something. I could have read only chapter 20 without reading the rest of the book. Mr. Horn is an excellent writer and does awesome research. I've read his novel The Ahriman Gate: Some Gates Should Not Be Opened and enjoyed that tremendously but this book was a let down for me. I gave it three stars because chapter 20 was an eye opener for me.

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