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Secrets of the Federal Reserve, Eustice Mullins 1952

In 1949 Eustice Mullins was handed a FRN by Ezra Pound and asked to investigate and write a book about the entity from which it came. The famed poet Ezra Pound was being held as an political prisoner in St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Washington D.C. for speaking out against WWII.

I know there is some controversy about Ezra Pound, even my wife said "wasn't he a Nazi sympathizer?". But after skimming through a few chapters I realized that this must have been one of Griffins sources of information for the Creature from Jekyll Island. I loaned that book out and can not confirm that. Maybe one of you can that have the book on hand.?

The book is expensive on Amazon but an html version is available here:

Edit: There have been several revisions of the book, the html version appears to be from 1993.


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on pg 413

he quotes Mullins. that's the only reference i see. He cites Rothschilds connections with George Peabody (Morgan).


I need to get my book back so I can cross reference. Have a good one.

i do.

what exactly do you want to know?

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Does Griffin use Mullins as a source? Mullins is wrote about the people and orginazations involved with the federal reserve so you might find some foot notes where Griffin is explaining Jekyll Island and Aldrich.

Thanks Sunny.


i thought you meant if someone has a copy of mullins book.
i have both.
i too have loaned out my copy of griffin's book (once again) and actually just a few days ago to one of the guys who works on my car.

you can interlibrary loan it you know if your library does not have a copy.
i've done that in the past.

you could also email g e griffin thru one or either of his sites.

his weekly updates are sent out on friday if you want to sign up for them there is a link at both sites:

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Thanks Sunny

I am already a member of FFI. Have you read Uncommon Sense? You can get it on amazon for 2 or 3 dollars. I usually buy several copies and give them away.

How much did you pay for the Mullins book?