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Russell Pine (aka Jordan Maxwell)
Born Russell J.Pine
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Pensacola, FL
Nationality Italian
Other names "The Godfather of Secret Societies"
Occupation author, researcher, independent scholar, producer, radio show host
Years active 1959-current
Known for His extensive and exclusive knowledge in the field of occult / religious philosophy / hidden foundations / secret societies / cult symbolism in written language and etymology.
Notable work(s) Books: Matrix of Power: How the World Has Been Controlled by Powerful People Without Your Knowledge

Russell Pine (aka Jordan Maxwell) is a preeminent researcher and independent scholar in the field of occult / religious philosophy. His interest in these subjects began as far back as 1959. He served for three and a half years as the Religion Editor of Truth Seeker Magazine, America's oldest Freethought Journal (since 1873). His work exploring the hidden foundations of Western religions and secret societies creates enthusiastic responses from audiences around the world.[1]

He has conducted dozens of intensive seminars, hosted his own radio talk shows, guested on more than 600 radio shows, and written, produced and appeared in numerous television shows and documentaries (including three 2-hour specials for the CBS TV network, as well as the internationally acclaimed 5-part Ancient Mystery Series - all devoted to understanding ancient religions and their pervasive influence on world affairs today.[2]

His work on the subject of secret societies, both ancient and modern, and their symbols, has fascinated audiences around the world for decades.[3]

Focused Topics

  • Astro-Theology
  • Sexual Symbolism in World Religions
  • Foundations for Modern-Day Religion
  • Secret Societies and Toxic Religion
  • World Mysteries: Ancient and Modern
  • Ancient Symbols and Occult Emblems
  • Ancient Sciences and Technology
  • Hidden Bible Teachings and Mysteries
  • The Sun in the History of Politics and Religion
  • The Story Your Church Doesn't Want You to Know
  • Secret Societies and their Influence on World Events

Other Webpages

The following is directly from the psiram web page: →Jordan Maxwell (with real name Russell Pine, born in 1940, Pensacola, Florida, USA) is an American conspiracy theorist who already since 1959 the areas of occultism ( "The Occult"), secret societies ( "Secret Societies"), the Illuminati ( "Illuminati") and the global elite ( "Globalist") will have dedicated. Due to his long career he enjoys within the Truther movement high reputation and has been in a variety of conspiracy theories, brown-esoteric, pseudo-scientific radio programs (including at Coast to Coast AM [1], Jeff Rense [2] and Alex Jones [3] ) and events (such as the "Bay Area UFO Expo" [4], "Conspiracy Con" [5], "the Granada Forum" [6] and "the Republic Forum" [7]) acted as a guest. Maxwell can already look back on a collaboration with ancient astronaut hypothesis representative Zecharia Sitchin and conspiracy theorist Michael Tsarion.[4]

He argues a comprehensive conspiracy of the New World Order ( "New World Order") [8], consisting of set pieces antisemitic, antifreimaurerischer, anti-American and anti-Communist conspiracy theories that are presented in an apocalyptic context. He conveys both his own belief system called "Astro-Theology" [9], which has its origins in the pseudoscientific Theosophical astrology.[5]

Many held by Jordan Maxwell talks and radio appearances are as video or audio recordings circulated on the Internet and distributed via online store by a Spirit Wolf LLC [10]. He also provides individual esoteric books on your website that you want to support his theses. [11] The shop domain is registered to a Jeff Polachek with a mailbox address. [12] Maxwell himself published two books in publishing "The Book Tree" (one of them is under "conspiracy Theoretical theses" treated), which offers a wide range of literature on esoteric, conspiracy, ufology, alternative medicine and pseudoscience, also has a mailbox address.[6]