‘The Forbidden Book’

Trailer for the hardcover edition of a disinformation® book by Joscelyn Godwin & Guido Mina di Sospiro. Available now at Amazon.com.

“Watch out Dan Brown and Umberto Eco! Here’s a real esoteric thriller written by some real Illuminati who know the real thing and aren’t afraid to let the secret out. Sex, magic, politics, and mystery. ‘The Forbidden Book’ is a gripping, exciting, and illuminating read.”
— Gary Lachman, author of “Turn Off Your Mind”

“This is a really excellent book–gripping, thought-provoking, mysterious, deep and resonant with esoteric knowledge. It keeps you turning the pages in a most compelling way. I couldn’t put it down.”
— Graham Hancock, author of the international bestsellers “The Sign and the Seal,” “Fingerprints of the Gods,” and “Heaven’s Mirror”

This gripping page-turner has something for every fan of occult fiction: a murder mystery set against the conflicts of Islam and the West with symbolism, alchemy, and magic fueling the action. The evocative setting of Venice and the Veneto dominates the plot, along with vivid scenes in Santiago de Compostela, Provence, Washington, and the Vatican.

“The Forbidden Book” delves deep into esoteric knowledge and practice, thanks to Guido Mina di Sospiro’s extensive knowledge of Catholicism and Joscelyn Godwin’s authoritative studies of the western esoteric tradition. Underlying the fast-paced action, the reader will find a profound treatment of moral and political dilemmas, the conflict of religions, and the frightening possibilities of the occult.



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2 Comments on "‘The Forbidden Book’"

  1. Thanks for the reminder! Have been waiting on the hardcover. Godwin’s nonfiction work is spectacular, I highly recommend checking it out.

    • Matt Staggs | Mar 21, 2013 at 10:09 am |

      I’ve got his book on Atlantis on my Kindle. Thanks for reminding ME to read it.

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