Comment: Albert Pike to Mazzini, August 15, 1871: Three World Wars?

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Albert Pike to Mazzini, August 15, 1871: Three World Wars?

Short jaunt into history reveals even the confused published. Who knows?
Exactly what William Guy Carr was trying to pull, I’ll never know. If you’ve bared it until the end, perhaps you’re disappointed to have found nothing about a prediction of three world wars, Communism, Nazism and Zionist Illuminati... A search through the entire book, utilizing relevant word combinations, turns up nothing either. Instead, what it truly represents is the scurrilous fantasies, and militant anti-Catholicism of its author: the impostor Leo Taxil aka Dr. Bataille, who profited handsomely while having a million laughs at the expense of both Christians and Masons; who confessed that his entire corpus of anti-Masonic works – spanning twelve years - were a complete and utter fraud; a colossal yet ridiculously farcical hoax. Leo Taxil portrait, circa 1897.

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul