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The Schleswig-Holstein Letter

Ruprecht, Walther. Separating Fact From Myth Concerning Secrets Kept From The Public Knowledge, pub 1975, Halcyon.

Ruprecht provides his explanation of the Schleswig-Holstein Letter, detailing his claim to have discovered the identity of its recipient in documentation authored by an obscure secret society.







susher said...

My grandfather was a 33 degree free mason, and my father told me about their rules for being a member of other groups. He said they could join groups with most of the same rules, such as the elks or the shriners. But they could not join groups like this one which was completely different. Some of these were competing with each other, and some of them cooperated.