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Mark Mirabello
Dr. Mark L. Mirabello, author and a Professor of History at Shawnee State University in the USA, has served as a Visiting Professor of History at Nizhny Novgorod University in Russia.He has appeared on the History Channel, discussing "Deadly Cults" on the "Ancient Aliens" series, and he has... show more

Dr. Mark L. Mirabello, author and a Professor of History at Shawnee State University in the USA, has served as a Visiting Professor of History at Nizhny Novgorod University in Russia.He has appeared on the History Channel, discussing "Deadly Cults" on the "Ancient Aliens" series, and he has appeared with with Professor Noam Chomsky in M.A. Litter's maverick film documentary on freedom, "Kingdom of Survival." Mirabello's area of expertise is the "outlaw" history on the "frontiers and margins" of human civilization. He lectures on Alternative Religions and Cults, Secret Societies, Terrorism and Crime, "Banned Books," Fascist Europe and Nazi Germany, Myths and Legends, Intellectual History, and other subjects. According to Mirabello, "Never believe anything until it has been officially denied." His publications deal with the supernatural (The Odin Brotherhood and The Crimes of Jehovah), the unnatural (The Cannibal Within), and the natural (Handbook for Rebels and Outlaws).Mirabello has a Ph.D. from the University of Glasgow (Scotland) and an M.A. from the University of Virginia (U.S.A.)
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Shiftyj1
Shiftyj1 rated it 7 years ago
Hmmm. There is lots of viscous and grotesque bloody discharge here for sure. Normally, I would be more down with that, but this novella seemed disjointed to me and was not written particularly well. The subject matter was actually very interesting but the execution lost me somewhere and I became, no...
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Brainycat's Occaisonal Reviews rated it 12 years ago
This book is 67 ereader screens full of pure win. An intensely allegorical story, it seamlessly blends christian apocrypha and thelemic laws. Using our cultures most sacred taboos, vividly scrawled across the page in a matter of fact tone that made me feel prurient while piquing my curiosity, this b...
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CrowdedMinds a.k.a. Rita rated it 53 years ago
One of the things that I love the most about GoodReads and its forums, is that it allows you to discover literature that otherwise would have passed right by you, for better and for worse. Which of the two this little books fall under is not very easy to determine. It's one of those books that you c...
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