Albert Pike –3 world wars letter hoax

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Albert Pike –3 world wars letter hoax

Post by Firestarter » Tue Dec 26, 2017 5:12 pm

Anybody that investigates “conspiracy theories” will sooner or later find the 1871 3 world wars “prediction” or plan by Albert Pike.

In November 2016, I still believed in the Albert Pike 3 world wars letter (and even planned to start a thread on it). Then when I searched for information, I found out that the whole story about the supposed evidence is fake, which leads to the inevitable conclusion that this story is a hoax.

It is claimed that the letter appeared in Guy Carr’s book.
I’ve searched and found Pawns In The Game (1956). While there are similar quotes: the Albert Pike letter (like it is presented these days on the internet) doesn’t appear.
This was written after WW I and WW II.

There is another earlier book by Cardinal Rodriguez of Chile, The Mystery of Freemasonry Unveiled (1925) that supposedly features the Albert Pike letter. But there is no 3 world war plan in this book.

An earlier book in which the Albert Pike letter supposedly is featured is Le Diable au XIXème Siècle (1896), by Docteur Bataille. Again no 3 world war plan: ... t-webcast/

Here’s a longer story on this hoax: ... orld-wars/

The book by Guy Carr (published in the 1950s) could be interesting as it does predict that a war against Islam will be staged.
That this letter is a hoax doesn’t mean that Albert Pike never invented plans like these.
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Re: Albert Pike –3 world wars letter hoax

Post by Firestarter » Sun Dec 31, 2017 3:45 pm

I find it frustrating that because of all of the fake stories it’s very difficult to find the truth.
There is really no need to invent some letter to show that the first and second World Wars were orchestrated by the elite.
In this post: 3 important facts that show not only knowledge in advance, but even that Adolf Hitler was supported by the elite bankers (including by Ashke-nazi Jews).

Litman Rosenthal describes the speech by Max Nordau, at the Sixth Zionist Congress at Basle in August 1903. Mazzini appears in this article.
The article advertised as “WHEN PROPHETS SPEAK” appeared in the American Jewish News of 19 September 1919 (is that something numeric 9/19/’19?!?):
Sooner or later the Oriental question will have to be solved, and the Oriental question means, naturally, also the question of Palestine. England, who had addressed a formal, political note to the Zionist Congress—the Zionist Congress which is pledged to the Basle program, England will have the deciding voice in the final solution of the Oriental question, and Herzl has considered it his duty to maintain valuable relations with this great and progressive power.
Herzl knows that we stand before a tremendous upheaval of the whole world. Soon, perhaps, some kind of a world-congress will have to be called, and England, the great, free and powerful England, will then continue the work it has begun with its generous offer to the Sixth Congress.
And if you ask me now what has Israel to do in Uganda, then let me tell you as the answer the words of the statesmen of Sardinia, only applied to our case and given in our version; let me tell you the following words as if I were showing you the rungs of a ladder leading upward and upward: Herzl, The Zionist Congress, the English Uganda proposition, the future world war, the peace conference where with the help of England a free and Jewish Palestine will be created. ... n/ij14.htm
(archived here:

Here’s a picture of the article: ... /seq-8.pdf

I haven’t found the following article from 1937. It appears in a number of stories, probably the source of these stories is the following by Arnold Leese from 1940.
It shows that in April 1937 Victor Rothschild already knew about the coming World War II:
According to the Daily Express of 28th April, 1937, the present (3rd) Baron Victor Rothschild was asked by W. Hickey where he would live when the lease of the Rothschild Piccadilly home fell in? The answer was “Nowhere probably; I just don’t know. Not till after the war anyway.” Thus it seems that the Rothschilds had made up their minds that there should be a war. And there was. Pure coincidence, of course. But it was quite far-seeing: two-and-a-half years! Remarkable. ... _Leese.htm

For more information on the financing of the Nazis - Anthony C. Sutton “Wall Street and the rise of Hitler” (1976): ... tler-4.pdf
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