Michael A. Hoffman II

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Michael Anthony Hoffman II (born 2 January 1957) is an American author from New York writing on topics such as Jews, Freemasonry, occultism, esotericism, slavery, and Holocaust revisionism.

He has researched the history of the Second World War, entering into discourses which contradict "official" version of events. He is a Christian and is perhaps the man who coined the term Holocaustianity to refer to the cult which emerged in the post-war world. Hoffman has delved into the history of freemasonry and the Kabbalo-Hermetic-Gnostic underworld more generally, especially in contexts which reveal their influence on the ideas of contemporary government and media social engineers.

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Who then is the modern man? He is a mind-bombed patsy who gets his marching orders from “twilight language” key words sprinkled throughout “his” news and current events. Even as he dances to the tune of the elite managers of human behavior, he scoffs with great derision at the idea of the existence and operation of a technology of mass mind control emanating from the media and government. Modern man is the ideal hypnotic subject: puffed up on the idea that he is the crown of creation, he vehemently denies the power of the hypnotist’s control over him, even as his head bobs up and down on a string.
—Michael A. Hoffman II, Secret Societies and Psychological Warfare

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