AMORC Unmasked: The hidden mind control techniques
of the Rosicrucian order
Paperback, 6x9 in, 334 pages, Illustrated,
Wheatmark, January 2010
"The Devil, we're told, can quote scripture, and in a world
filled with false religions that imprison followers' minds and
souls, there isn't one that doesn’t contain a grain of truth
and true spiritual seeking. That is how mind-control groups that
call themselves religions attract members and enslave them: through
the use of techniques that work because they contain distorted
traces of real knowledge, but pervert them for the sake of profit
AMORC Unmasked achieves the near impossible. By
describing and analyzing the inner rituals and secrets of the
Brotherhood of the Rosy Cross, whose prestigious history may well
be rooted in mysteries long lost and forgotten, Pierre Freeman
sifts out the grains of truth while exposing the falsity of what
are essentially techniques of self-hypnosis, and the culture of
unfreedom that they make possible: something he understands well
because he was its prisoner for almost a quarter of a century.
For seekers and prisoners alike (and aren't we all a little of
both?), this beautifully written, eminently practical, and
unflinchingly honest book belongs on the short shelf of wisdom
literature where true freedom through loving union with God may
still be found."
— Bill Krohn/critic (Cahiers du
Cinéma), historian (Hitchcock at Work), and
documentary filmmaker (It's All True)
The Ancient and Mystic Order of Rosae Crucis bills itself as a
nonsectarian group whose members study the mysteries of the
universe. Through weekly monographs, AMORC dispenses lessons in
telepathy, telekinesis, and other supernatural activities.
Spiritual seekers might believe that AMORC can deliver on its
promise to help them achieve cosmic consciousness. Skeptics might
dismiss it as harmless nonsense.
Both would be wrong.
A former AMORC member, Pierre S. Freeman reveals the cult's
hidden agenda, along with the advanced hypnotic techniques it
employs to slowly gain control over the people who join. If you are
thinking about becoming involved with the order, or you want to
free yourself from its grasp, you will find the insider knowledge
within AMORC Unmasked invaluable.
About the Author
Pierre S. Freeman was exposed to AMORC's mind-control techniques
for twenty-four years. In his first book, The Prisoner of San
Jose, he describes his experiences with the order, and how he
finally deprogrammed himself. Freeman is currently a successful
analyst for several large financial institutions in the Minneapolis