McCallum - Horus Saves - Conquest by Religion (1993).pdf
This is Evan Arthur McCallum's eyeopening novel Horus Saves - Conquest by Religion (1993) which delves into the motivations of the people who start religions and shows how easily such religions can be fabricated to conquer another group and colonize their territory. Written to give anyone an initial understanding of religious methods it presents a novel picture of the motivations and methods necessary to fabricate a religion for conquest. Such a conquest of one society by another has always made interesting history. Contrary to common opinion, conquests do not have to take place with the use of military force or great migrations of people. Conquest by religion is a simple and easily promoted method for complete control using the politicians and army of the conquered. Ideas are the great weapons of religious leaders that entrap the imaginative mind of the individual and thus the whole society. A fact little known to the public is that quite a few of the ancient Middle and Near Eastern religions grew out of earlier religions that contained many of the same basic concepts. When formulating a religion for any purpose, many pragmatic concepts could be gleaned from religions existing earlier to produce a "New and Wonderful" religion that could be presented to obtain a near automatic acceptance among the masses. Find out how you can create a religion and use it to conquer the whole world. 60 pages, some pictures. A must read for everyone.