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Robert Francis Kennedy - The Man, The Mysticism, The Murder

Robert Francis Kennedy - The Man, The Mysticism, The Murder

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Robert Francis Kennedy - The Man, The Mysticism, The Murder

by Steinbacher, John

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Metairie, LA: Sons of Liberty ( James K. Warner). Very Good+. 1968. Paperback. 58 pages; Contents clean and secure in original tan wrappers. OCLC 38471732 This reprint edition was published by Sons of Liberty after the original Impact Publishers paperback. Steinbacher examines the theory that connects Kennedy's assassin Sirhan Sirhan with theosophy of Blavatsky, the Illuminati, Rosicrucianism, erotic cults, the band called The Doors [of Perception], and devil worship. Illustrated with poor quality reproductions of the artwork and photographs in the original edition. An interesting look into the conspiratorial machinations of Steinbacher's investigation into the Robert Kennedy assassination. .


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Robert Francis Kennedy - The Man, The Mysticism, The Murder
Steinbacher, John
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Used - Very Good+
Sons of Liberty ( James K. Warner)
Place of Publication
Metairie, LA
Date Published
Robert F Kennedy Assassination, Kennedy Family, Devil Worship, Sirhan Sirhan, Illuminati, Blavatsky, The Pleroma
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Americana and American History; Esoterica;

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