The Truth About Some "Great" Men and Women

In this section we hope to expose some of the men and women who have been commonly exalted and lauded as "great" authors, artists, musicians, etc. whose works are considered "classics" and "necessary" for a "well rounded" education for both children and adults. Some of them might still be used with caution. Others are of doubtful use at all.



Job 32:9  Great men are not always wise:
neither do the aged understand judgment.

Benjamin Franklin  American "Founding Father" who was in reality a dirty old man.

C. S. Lewis, The Devil's Wisest Fool Heretic, occultist and deceiver. Author of The Chronicles of Narnia.

Charles Dickens Adulterer -- and unashamed of it! Author of Oliver Twist, David Copperfield, etc.

Christopher Columbus The bloody Roman Catholic who was responsible for the murder of American Indians.

J.R.R. Tolkien - by David Meyer - Fantasy stories full of the occult and witchcraft.

L. Frank Baum and the Not-So-Wonderful Wizard of Oz

L.M. Montgomery  Author of the famous Anne of Green Gables series, she promoted Humanism, ESP and other occult practices.

Ludwig von Beethoven  A Roman Catholic, Freemason who seduced other men's wives.

Louisa May Alcott Author of Little Women. A Unitarian that eagerly preached Humanism in her stories. She even toyed with the use of marijuana.

Miscellanies Characters Brief notes on various and sundry people. Washington Irving - Lord Byron

Robert Burns A filthy, fornicating Freemason. His worst poems are too vile to even publish here.

Rudyard Kipling The Fascist author of The Jungle Book and other stories.

Sergei Rachmaninoff  Needed "inspiration" from hypnosis to get him to write "good" music.

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Author of the Sherlock Holmes stories, he is called the "St. Paul" of Spiritualism. He believed in fairies and communicating with the dead.

William Shakespeare He wrote mystical soap operas for the 17th century.



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updated 2020