Hello. My name is Jordan Maxwell. Just a note to say that as many of you know I've been victimized over the past 26 years by ruthless opportunists who only wanted to make money off of me. For my latest battle, please see the link at the bottom of this message. Having said that, the reason I'm writing you is to make you aware that I am no longer allowing my work to be viewed by the general public. Therefore, I've decided to share my life's work with only those who care about my work and want to hear me. That's why I've created the Jordan Maxwell Research Society in which I will share all of my work privately with those who wish to join. While most research societies and newsletters ask for hundreds of dollars a year for membership, I'm asking only for a one-time donation of $30 USD for a lifetime membership, which gives you access to ALL of my many years of research via my Jordan Maxwell Research Society website. I will be continually posting content to my research website, and your membership gives you immediate access to all of my work.
Note: The Jordan Maxwell Research Society exists and continues solely on donations.
Thank you for your donation and appreciation of my years of massive research, unique effort, and extremely difficult work, at great personal cost, in spite of hurtful, relentless ( ad hominem ) attacks on my name and work by enemies of truth and open-minded inquiry.
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.