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Jordan Maxwell continues as a preeminent researcher and independent scholar in the field of occult /religious philosophy. His interest in these subjects began as far back as 1959. He served for three-and-a-half years as the Religion Editor of Truth Seeker Magazine, America's oldest Free thought Journal (since 1873). His work exploring the hidden foundations of Western religions and secret societies creates enthusiastic responses from audiences around the world.

His work on the subject of secret societies, both ancient and modern, and their symbols, has fascinated audiences around the world for decades. Considering the rapidly moving events of today, and the very real part hidden religious agendas play in our modern war-torn world, he feels these controversial subjects are not only interesting to explore, but too important to ignore! His extraordinary presentations include documents and photographs seldom seen elsewhere.

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Jordan Maxwell, pseudonym of Russell Pine (December 28, 1940), is an American writer / researcher who deals with theology, secret societies, etymology and occultism.


Maxwell is seen as a big name in the world of 'conspiracy theorists' and served as an example for various authors and researchers in the area, including Michael Tsarion and David Icke.


Maxwell was an editor for Truth Seeker Magazine for three years, made documentaries for CBS TV Network and presented his own radio show under the banner of ABC.


One of Maxwell's hobby horses, in addition to symbolism and word interpretation, is the so-called 'astro-theology' (not conceived by him); a theory that states that religions are based on astronomical events.


Thus, like many other faiths in the world, the story of Jesus (birth, crucifixion, resurrection, 12 apostles) is based on the faith of the sun god Horus. Remarkably, all of these beliefs, although sometimes minimal, show similarities to the cult of Horus.