Secret Societies, Jesuits and Other Elementary Facts of History

In this interview with One Radio Network’s Patrick Timpone, I had the chance to discusses my new book, tying it into current geopolitical events and introducing the larger discussion of how the scientific method applies to researching history.

This matter takes us into several fruitful inquiries, one of which being the nature of Jesuits which emerged as a counter-gang operation in the early 16th century Europe and also freemasonic operations more broadly.

Although ignoring the existence of these institutions might be acceptable among popular academia in our modern age, doing so only weakens the mind of any historian and destroys our ability to understand the essentials of causality.