Secret Places, Hidden Sanctuaries: Uncovering Mysterious Sights, Symbols,
by Stephen Klimczuk and Gerald Warner
Sterling Publishing Company, 2009
(272 pages, $19.95, hardcover)
reviewed by Elena Maria Vidal
Therefore fear them not. For nothing is covered that shall not be revealed: nor hid, that shall not be known” (Matt. 10:26).
It has become fashionable in some intellectual circles to ridicule conspiracy theories. The tissue of absurdities put forth by authors like Dan Brown has distorted history beyond recognition, clouding the lines between fact and fiction, making it difficult to discern the genuine from the fraudulent.
In an effort to counter the tiresome falsehoods about secret societies, . . .
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