Jordan Maxwell

Jordan Maxwell

Jordan Maxwell , pseudonym of Russell Pine ( December 28, 1940 ), is an American writer / researcher who engages in 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 field, including Michael Tsarion and David Icke .
Maxwell was editor at Truth Seeker Magazine for three years, made documentaries for CBS TV Network and presented his own radio show under the ABC banner.

One of Maxwell’s hobbies, alongside symbolism and word interpretation, is the so-called ‘astro-theology’ (not invented by him); a theory that states that religions are based on astronomical events.
Thus the story of Jesus birth, crucifixion, resurrection, 12 apostles, like many other beliefs in the world, would be based on the faith of the sun god Horus . Remarkably, all these beliefs show, sometimes at least, similarities to the cult of Horus.

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References; Zeitgeist, Jordan Maxwell Videos