This 1970 movie was made for TV. It was only broadcast once. You can guess who censored it – the crowd that loves to control and destroy. It’s very true to what is known about that group – the ruthlless, sadistic Brotherhood from Hell. Loyalty, control and obedience are everything to them. Cross them and you are crucified in one way or another.
Similar to this movie, Kerth Barker’s family was blessed by good things – as long as he played along. They threatened to kill Kerth’s mother if he told anyone about them. They promised that Kerth’s father’s law office would flourish as long as he did what they wanted him to do. Kerth’s father’s business grew significantly when Kerth was working for The Cult as a child prostitute. His father’s business fell when Kerth stopped serving them and became a rebel, determined to bring them down. Read Kerth’s books and you will see how accurate the cruel dynamics in this movie are… yet this movie doesn’t even begin to touch on the things Kerth’s books do.
If everyone who was tricked into joining one of these secret societies was to turn away, many of the mysteries of the cabal would be solved: JFK, 9-11, world wars, the anomolies of the banking system, medicine, law, the media, commerce, government – and much more. When the good people walk away, only the core criminals would remain and they would have no one to serve their cruel agenda.