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Uploaded by: REINALDO About the piece. Title: The Unseen Hand. Arranger: seen hand to..ÏÏ. JP's Knowledge Base: The Unseen Hand by A. Ralph Epperson (PDF). Published on August 2, by admin · 1 Comment. Epperson is a strong believer and. Very eye opening about the history of this country. A light shed on the shadow government and who really controls the world. "The unseen hand" has led me to .

He puts his finger on the nature of the fight and makes the accidental view of history that is so commonly and unthinkingly embraced difficult to remain loyal to. Instead, he offers enough detail to tie the various parts of the history of conspiracy into a whole. Herein is the great strength of his book.

As an overview, it is priceless. Epperson makes the big picture clear so that what has been going on is far less arcane and concealed from view. It's a great book to hand someone who needs to be awakened. site Edition Verified download. I read this book in the early 80's and bought a case of the paper packs to hand out and give to people.

Epperson does , did a great job in pulling together historical facts and looking at them in a non traditional way. As a department director in a college I can attest that history and government are taught at the "what is popular" level.

Where all is at what the heard mentality think. Just look at the current presidential running offerings. It is a joke a sad joke on both parties. I bought the site version to replace my hard copy I cannot find. Having read it hard copy in the early 80's and now in the re-read digitally I still love the alternative conversation historically.

Epperson, the author, should be a Epperson, the author, should be a prophet. He foresaw how American society would evolve in the 21st Century: Bill and Hillary Clinton were right about the new world order that their administrations were primarily responsible for. Today, "The Unseen Hand" is still important. This book is awesome. The first couple of pages were a little tough for me, since I sucked in economics in college. Once I got past that this book is hard to put down, seriously. It's great to see a different view on history, and if you question everything you've been taught then this book is certainly for you.

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Where are we? Smack dab in the middle of the takeover of every facet of American life as we knew it. Our great grandparents would never believe we could be on the threshold of this high jacking of the Liberty of the American people. Particularly the pursuit of happiness! A riveting, edge of your seat view into tomorrow, and I mean tomorrow.

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That figure, I am certain, is not an impressive number to those who are true "book addicts," but I mention it only to illustrate that the ideas in this book are not mine, but those of the individuals who have taken the time to record their perspective on the events in which they were personally involved or which they researched in depth.

But as I read, I noticed that there was no one volume that covered a complete history of the Conspiracy, and it is this void that I hope to fill. It is my intent to catalog as much of the history of this Conspiracy as is possible in a single volume. I have made extensive use of quotations from the works of others as a means of convincing the skeptic that the evidence of the Conspiracy's existence comes from others than this author. What the reader will see as he progresses through this book, I am convinced, is a picture of a giant conspiracy so immense that it poses the greatest threat to the freedoms and rights of all human beings, not only in the United States, but all over the world.

It is likely that, as the reader completes this book, despair will replace curiosity, especially if this explanation of the events being reviewed has never been explored before. That is an unfortunate consequence of my research, and the author is sorry that he must be the bearer of such bad tidings. Despair, however, can reasonably be replaced with cautious optimism. The battle is not yet over, and there is reason to be encouraged.

But you are the final participant. What happens will largely be dependent on your action once you've read this book. V Introduction Wars start when one nation moves into the territory of another; depressions occur when markets take unexpected downturns; inflations occur when prices are driven up by shortages; revolutions start when the people, always spontaneously, rise up to overthrow the existing government.

These are the traditional explanations of historical events. Events happen by accident. There do not seem to be any causes. But this explanation of history leaves gnawing questions in the minds of serious students. Is it possible that government leaders and others planned these events and then orchestrated them to their desired conclusions?

Is it possible that even the great catastrophes of history were part of this plan? There is an explanation of historical events that answers these questions in the affirmative.

It is called the Conspiratorial View of History and it is the alternative to the Accidental View, the view that is commonly held today. It is possible, therefore, to summarize the major events of history into two alternative schools of thought: The Accidental View of History: historical events occur by accident, for no apparent reason.

Rulers are powerless to intervene. The Conspiratorial View of History: historical events occur by design for reasons that are not generally made known to the people. He has written: "History is much more the product of chaos than of conspiracy. One, for instance, was Franklin D. Roosevelt who certainly saw many monumental events occur during his consecutive administrations. President Roosevelt has been quoted as saying: "In politics, nothing happens by accident.

If it happens, it was planned that way. The people expect government to protect them from harmful events. But if the events still occur after the government officials had been expected to prevent them, the government officials have failed in their assigned duties. There are only two explanations as to why they failed: 1.

The events overwhelmed them, and could not have been prevented; or 2. The events were allowed to occur because the officials wanted them to occur. It is difficult for the casual observer to believe that these incredible events could not have been prevented, as humane people of conscience do not allow harmful events to occur. If a planned and unwanted event is allowed to happen, those who planned the event would have to have acted in secret so as to prevent discovery of their plans by those who would be adversely affected.

Planners working in secret to plan an event that the people do not wish to occur are, by definition, members of a conspiracy. Webster's defines conspiracy as a "combination of people, working in secret, for an evil or unlawful purpose. The first task of a conspiracy, then, becomes that of convincing the people that the conspiracy itself does not exist. This makes the task of uncovering the machinations of the conspiracy all the more difficult.

This takes an extremely courageous individual, and that type of exposure is indeed rare. The second group of exposers are those who have unknowingly participated in a conspiratorial planning of an event but who didn't realize it until later. These individuals, and there aren't many in the history of the world, have also exposed the inner workings of the conspiracy at great peril to themselves. The third method of exposing a conspiracy is for researchers to uncover conspiratorial designs in the events of the past.

Your author is one of these researchers. It will be the position of this book that a conspiracy does indeed exist, and that it is extremely large, deeply entrenched, and therefore extremely powerful.

It is working to achieve absolute and brutal rule over the entire human race by using wars, depressions, inflations and revolutions to further its aims. The Conspiracy's one unchanging purpose has been to destroy all religion, all existing governments, and all traditional human institutions, and to build a new world order this phrase will be defined later upon the wreckage they have created. Notice that if the Conspiracy does exist, it will do everything it can to deny the charges of both those who seek to expose it and those who claim to have been a part of it.

There are those, perhaps not knowing the importance of their contribu- tions to the study of the conspiracy, who have added estimates of the size of mis ruling group. He said: "Three hundred men, all of whom know one another, direct the economic destiny of Europe and choose their successors from among themselves. He said: "Fifty men have run America and that's a high figure. Carroll Quigley, a professor of History at Georgetown University's Foreign Service School, and who formerly taught at Princeton and Harvard, has written a thirteen hundred page book entitled Tragedy and Hope.

This book, published in , was, according to the author, the result of twenty years of research into the Conspiracy. Quigley concludes: 8 There does exist, and has existed for a generation, an international Anglophile network which operates, to some extent, in the way the radical Right believes the Communists act. I know of the operations of this network because I have studied it for twenty years and was permitted for two years, in the early 's, to examine its papers and secret records.

But Quigley took a step none of the exposers have publicly taken. He admits that he is a supporter of the Conspiracy he has written about: I have no aversion to it or most of its aims, and have, for much of my life, been close to it and many of its instruments. I have objected, both in the past and recently, to a few of its policies There are some who desire this more than even material goods, although the two frequently go together. One such individual was the previously mentioned Joseph Kennedy.

Family admirer and author Pearl Buck wrote the following in her book, The Kennedy Women: "Rose Kennedy the wife of Joseph Kennedy knew that the man she loved loved a power beyond the power of money. He wanted the power of government, and he would have it. Quigley and others saw, then, needs conspira- tors, and it is logical to ask why illustrious men of wealth and fortune would join such an enterprise. One who answered this question was author Blair Coan who wrote in his book, The Red Web: "The answer is quite the reverse of the question: These men involved with the Conspiracy became illus- trious primarily because they were part of the Conspiracy.

But what is their motive? What prompts men to seek wealth and position? Former Congressman John Schmitz explains that there is an additional goal: Power!

Men join the Conspiracy to gain money and then power. Schmitz wrote: "When a person has all the money he needs, his goal becomes power.

These are When united In an oft-quoted truth, Lord Acton explained power thus: "Power corrupts; absolute power corrupts absolutely. They will be willing to intentionally cause depressions, revolutions, and wars in order to further their desire for more power. This corrupting nature of the very pursuit of power explains why the moral mind of the individual who neither desires power over others nor understands the desire for such power cannot fathom why power-seekers would want to create human misery through wars, depressions, and revolutions.

In other words, the conspirators are successful because the moral citizen cannot accept the conclusion that other individuals would actually wish to create incredibly destructive acts against their fellow citizens.

Another power seeker, the Russian anarchist Bakunin, explained that this process of corruption even affected those dedicated to freedom who were given power to protect the powerless.

He wrote that " He understands power. Power is the end. What other delight is there but to enjoy the sheer sense of control? He would say: 'Let me see any other motive in the people who command. The Conspiracy that will be examined in this volume has been in existence for many years. Comprehending how it could survive for such a long period of time has been difficult.

One explanation of its lengthy existence was offered by George Orwell, the British Socialist, who wrote Animal Farm and , two books on the subject of absolute power in the hands of a few.

He wrote: "The Party is not concerned with perpetuating its blood but with perpetuating itself. Who wields power is not important provided the hierarchical structure remains always the same. Dodd explained: "The careers of men are watched.

The men who indicate that they would be especially capable in terms of the aims of this group are approached quietly and invited into the inner circles. They are watched as they carry out assignments and eventually they are drawn into it under circumstances which make it virtually impossible for them to ever get out of it. In terms of government, then, the ultimate form of power is Communism. This is the seat of the maximum power over the economy and of the individual. The Conspirators: "want big government because they understand that Socialism and Communism as well is not a humanitarian system for redistributing wealth, but for concentrating and controlling it.

They also recognize it as a system for concentrating and controlling people. But, as we shall see, Socialism or Communism offers the Conspiracy the greatest vehicle for concentrating and controlling the wealth. This is the ultimate goal of these planners: power over not only the wealth of the world, but also the producers of that wealth, the people themselves.

So the Conspiracy uses government to get control of the government, and total government control is their goal. If government is being used by the Conspiracy to consolidate power into its hands, it behooves those who wish to preserve their freedoms to under- stand the very nature and function of government. Once the character of government is understood, efforts can be directed against the increase in governmental powers over both the national economy and the lives of its citizens.

A good place to begin such a study is to examine the two sources claimed to be the source of human rights. There are only two, presuming that it is admitted that humans do indeed have rights: either man himself, or someone or something external to man himself, a Creator.

Many of America's founding fathers were aware of the difference between these two alternatives. Thomas Jefferson, for instance, stated his concern and understanding thus: "The God who gave us life gave us liberty. Can the liberties of a nation be secure when we have removed a conviction that these liberties are the gift of God? This contention holds that man creates government to give man his rights.

A stern warning for those who do not distinguish between these two alternatives came from William Penn. He wrote: "If men will not be governed by God, they then must be governed by tyrants. If this separation is made, as Mr. Penn indicated, the people will be governed by tyrants, and future tyrants will do all that they can to separate a belief in God from the existence of government. A good example of the philosophy that governments grant human rights to their citizens is found in the International Covenants on Human Rights, passed in by the United Nations.

It reads, in part: "The States parties to the present Covenant recognize that, in the enjoyment of those rights provided by the State, in conformity with the present Covenant, the State may subject such rights only to such limitations as are determined by law..

It further concluded that these rights could be limited by law; in other words, that which the government grants can be controlled by the granting body, the government. That which the government gives can also be taken away.


Man's rights under this thought are not very secure. Governments can change, and with the change, man's rights can disappear. Knowledge of this fact did not escape America's founding fathers, who wrote in the Declaration of Independence: "We hold these truths to be self evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights Man's rights are inalienable defined as incapable of being transferred which means that they can not be taken away by anyone except the entity that gave the rights in the first place: in this case, the Creator.

So here are the two competing and contradictory theories about the rights of man: one holds that they are given by the Creator, and therefore can only be removed by the entity that created them in the first place; the other holds that man's rights come from man himself and therefore can be limited or removed by man or by other men, as "determined by law. The agency created is called government. But granting power to government to protect human rights also grants power to those who can abuse it as a vehicle to destroy or limit the rights of the people who created the government.

Those who wrote the Constitution realized that this tendency existed when they wrote the Bill of Rights, the first ten Amendments to the Consti- tution. The purpose of these amendments is to restrict the power of the government to violate the rights of the citizens of the nation.

If rights are granted by the Creator of those rights, what are rights granted by government? It becomes important to distinguish between a Right and a Privilege by defining these two terms. A Right is a freedom to act morally without asking permission; A Privilege is a freedom to act morally but only after permission has been granted by some governmental entity. Perhaps a good illustration of the misuse of human rights occurred during World War II when the German government, acting through its leader, Adolf Hitler, decided that certain of the people did not have the right to life, and decrees were issued to exterminate those who the government felt had no human rights.

The right to life, then, granted to each individual by his Creator, no longer was a right in Germany, it had become a privilege. Man lived by permission of the government, which had the power to limit and even curtail the human right to life. The human rights that the individual wishes to protect are simple in nature, and include the right to Life, Liberty and Property. These three rights are in essence only one right: the right to Life.

These rights are in accord with man's basic nature. Man the author will use the generic term "man" to mean all of humanity, both male and female is created hungry and needs to produce food to sustain his life. Without the right to keep what he has produced his property man will surely starve to death. Not only must man be allowed to keep the products of his labors, he must be free to produce the property he needs for his sustenance the right known as Liberty.

Governments do not need to take man's life to kill him. Governments can remove man's right to property or the freedom to produce the property needed to maintain his life. A government that restricts man's ability to keep what he produces his property has an equal ability to kill a man as surely as a government that takes his life wantonly such as in the case of Germany. As will be shown in subsequent chapters, there are government entities that restrict man's right to property or his right to liberty widiout terminating his life directly.

But the effect is still the same. This was the reason offered by Hitler for his decision to terminate the lives of countless millions of individuals in Germany.

The Jews and others were "unwanted" and therefore the government could take away their right to live. As will be illustrated later, the Communists wish to abolish "private property," or the individual's right to keep what he produces.

One who spoke in favor of the concept of private property was Abraham Lincoln, who said: "Property is the fruit of labor; property is desirable; it is a positive good in the world.

That some should be rich shows that others may become rich, and hence is just encouragement to industry and enterprise. Let not him who is houseless pull down the house of another, but let him work diligently and build one for himself, thus by example assuring that his own shall be safe from violence when built. Liberty is defined as rights with responsibilities. Its opposite, License, is defined as rights with no responsibilities.

Another word for License would be Anarchy, or a situation where there are no rules, rights, or privileges. The strong devour the weak; the powerful destroy the powerless. In the animal world, License is defined as "the Law of the jungle. That means that all individuals must restrict their freedom to harm others, or none will be free to enjoy their rights to life, liberty, and property.

The Creator of man laid down some guidelines about the rights of others. These guidelines are written in the negative in at least six of the Ten Commandments. The guideline is written "Thou shall not America's founding fathers, when they wrote the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, also wrote their guidelines in the negadve: "Congress shall pass no laws They were attempting to separate themselves from a monarchy as a form of government where certain individuals, the king and his court, had more rights than the common citizens.

These individuals had superior rights because of their positions. Conversely, the common people had little if any rights. America's founding fathers were convinced that they would not allow this inequality to occur in this country as they wrote the founding documents.

They wrote it into the Constitution that all men were created equal, that the lowest had the same rights to Life, Liberty, and Property as did the highest. Modern man, through the misuse of government, passes laws to make men equal in all areas of their lives.

This obvious misunderstanding of man's nature has caused much grief as long as man has been attempting to create government. The solitary man, alone in his environment, need not concern himself with rights and the need to create government to protect those rights. No one exists to plunder his goods or take his life.

There is no need to protect his rights, They are secure. It is only when another individual or groups of individuals join him in his solitary existence that concerns about rights become important. Each of the inhabitants has an equal right to life, liberty and property.

That right is protected as long as each inhabitant recognizes the equal right of the others. No individual nor any group of individuals has the right to take the life, liberty or property of another individual or group of individuals. There is no question that any individual, or group of individuals, has the ability to violate the rights of any individual.

The question being discussed here is whether or not the violator has the right to do so. If each individual has the right to his life, liberty and property, and no one has the right to take these rights, then it follows that man must have the right to protect his rights. This right is called the Right to Self Defense. Each individual has this right in equal proportion to any other individual. If each individual has the right to self-defense and each has it equally, then each individual has the right to pool his individual right with others so that all can protect their rights from those who come to violate all of their rights at the same time.

In other words, if each has the right individually, then all have the right collectively.

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Such collective poolings of individual rights to self defense are called governments. Men create governments when they pool their individual rights to self defense to create an agency that has the collective right to protect both the individual and the collective body of individuals. Men can only grant to government those rights they themselves have. Government can only have those rights that each individual has. These truths about human rights can best be illustrated by a brief and simple economic model based upon two assumptions about human nature: 1.

All people consume equally; and 2. All people produce unequally. Assumption 1 is not an absolute, obviously, since not all people consume exactly the same, but basically this statement is correct. Notice that the participants at a banquet are all given an equal portion, whether they are large or small, and each serving at a drive-in restaurant is the same size.

So, for the sake of this discussion, it will be assumed that all people pretty well consume equally.

Such is not the case with Assumption 2. Each person, if given equal opportunity to produce his sustenance, would produce unequally. Some would produce more than others.

Generally, the young, the energetic and the skilled would produce more than the old, the lazy, and the unskilled. The well would produce more than the infirm. But each would consume about the same. This means that some individuals produce more than they consume, while others consume more than they produce.

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The author has constructed an economic model that will illustrate the validity of the concept of private property based upon these two assumptions. There will be seven individuals in this economic model who have grouped themselves together on an island.

These individuals will have no outside interference from other individuals. Each individual, herein identified by a letter, produces at an unequal rate, and consumes at an equal rate.

Hence: Individual Production Consumption A. For the sake of this model, all individuals will be presumed to be functioning at their utmost capacity.

There are no slackers. All are producing to their fullest extent possible. Also, there is no waste in this model. All goods produced are consumed. That means that some individuals produce a Surplus, defined as an excess of production over consumption.

This is also defined as Wealth. And some individuals produce a Deficit, defined as a shortage of production over consumption. In fact, individual G is completely dependent upon the rest of the individuals, because if the others didn't exist, individual G would surely the.

A logical question to ask at this point would be whether individual G would have the right to prevent the others from leaving the island should they choose to do so. A similar question that could be asked is whether G would have the right to force the others to produce what individual G requires to maintain his existence.

These are real questions for all governments and individuals to ponder, and, as will be shown later, there are governments that have taken the position that individual G would have both the right to keep others within the environment and the right to force the others to produce for G's individual needs. The next question that needs to be answered is whether the less produc- tive individuals D, E, F, and G have a right to the surplus of individuals A, B, and C. There are governments and individuals that believe that this is indeed a right, and that governments are created to make certain that their individual needs are met, by distributing the surplus of the productive.

These forms of government will be identified later. Those who hold that private property rights grant them the right to keep that surplus are obviously in disagreement with those who hold that the surplus goods belong to those who do not produce them. There are only two methods by which the surplus of individuals A, B, and C can be divided: either with their consent or without it.

Either the property belongs to those who produce it or it doesn't. Does that refusal grant the right to D, E, F and G to take the goods from them? If property rights have any meaning, the answer must surely be in the negative. Does the right to property include the right to protect it from the plundering acts of those who come to take it by force?

Does an individual have the right to protect his property against the acts of another individual? Does the individual have the right to protect his property against the acts of a group of individuals? Does the group have the right to protect their property against the acts of another group?

Realizing that the property of the productive A, B, and C cannot be taken from them by force, it behooves the less productive to find another way to acquire the surplus.

Presume that they develop a new strategy. They call a meeting to discuss the question of the surplus, and all seven individuals attend. The question of how to handle the surplus is discussed and then acted upon, allowing the majority to decide how to divide the property. Do D, E, F and G have the right to vote away the property rights of the minority.

Does it make it right because all were given an equal opportunity to express their opinion? Does it make it right if they call the meeting a government?

Does it make it right if the majority says that whatever the majority decides will be what the entirety will do? Does the minority have any rights?

If the majority votes to take the minority's property, what is it called?

It is called a Democracy! Next, presume that the majority is able to create a government to take the surplus from the producers, and that the producers decide among themselves to only produce what they consume the next year, in this case units apiece.

Would the minority have mat right? That means that A, B, and C will only produce what they consumed the previous year, or units apiece. The remainder of the people continue to produce what they did the year before. Each individual's share also decreased as well, from units per person to Now does the majority have the right to force the minority to produce up to last year's productivity?The next question that needs to be answered is whether the less produc- tive individuals D, E, F, and G have a right to the surplus of individuals A, B, and C.

It's great to see a different view on history, and if you question everything you've been taught then this book is certainly for you. These individuals had superior rights because of their positions. The question being discussed here is whether or not the violator has the right to do so. The black represents evil; the white represents good; and the gold represents what little money or freedoms the good have left.

We found previously that the terminal error of reaching movements depended linearly upon the spatial conflict between the visually-specified apparent position of the reaching hand and the true position of that hand, suggesting that visual and proprioceptive information concerning the location of the hand were being integrated in a lawful, weight-dependent fashion. Quite simply: See if the law takes from some persons what belongs to them, and gives it to persons to whom it does not belong.