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Best Conspiracy Theories Books You Should Enjoy

Here is a list of the best Conspiracy Theories books, some I have read myself, some that I did research on, and all have great reviews!

Conspiracies and Secret Societies: The Complete Dossier (2012)

 Best Conspiracy Theories Books You Should EnjoyStartling allegations. Suppressed evidence. Missing witnesses. Assassinations. Cover-ups and threats. Documented connections to even deeper intrigue. Allusions to the New World Order. Coincidences? Too many to be mere coincidence?
Author(s): Brad Steiger, Sherry Steiger

American Conspiracy Theories (2014)

 Best Conspiracy Theories Books You Should EnjoyWe are living in an age of conspiracy theories, whether it’s enduring, widely held beliefs such as government involvement in the Kennedy assassination or alien activity at Roswell, fears of a powerful infiltrating group such as the Illuminati, Jews, Catholics, or communists, or modern fringe movements of varying popularity such as birtherism and trutherism.
Author(s): Joseph E. Uscinski, Joseph M. Parent

CONSPIRACY SERIES VOLUME 1: Moon Landings and 9/11 Conspiracy – 2 Books in 1 (2018)

 Best Conspiracy Theories Books You Should EnjoyCONSPIRACY SERIES VOLUME 1: Moon Landings and 9/11 Conspiracy – 2 Books in 1 Featuring… *Moon Landings*9/11 Conspiracy2 Great Books in 1! It would seem that there are astronauts who are as convinced as many others that there are alien civilizations out there. There are estimates that the number of civilizations to be as high as 100 million. Given the vast size of the universe, it is no wonder that there is confusion as to the number of civilizations there may be out there. No one really knows.
Author(s): Phil Coleman

The Dark Path: Conspiracy Theories of the Illuminati & Occult Symbolism in Pop Culture, the New Age Alien Agenda & Satanic Transhumanism (2017)

 Best Conspiracy Theories Books You Should EnjoyTHE DARK PATH is considered Isaac Weishaupt’s magnum opus; a result of many years delving into the recesses of occult dogma. Using cited references to occult literature from the likes of Aleister Crowley, Helena Blavatsky, Kenneth Grant, Jack Parsons and Alice Bailey; Isaac provides a fundamental exploration of the occult belief system and alternate version of history.
Author(s): Isaac Weishaupt

Conspiracy Theory in America (Discovering America) (2014)

 Best Conspiracy Theories Books You Should EnjoyEver since the Warren Commission concluded that a lone gunman assassinated President John F. Kennedy, people who doubt that finding have been widely dismissed as conspiracy theorists, despite credible evidence that right-wing elements in the CIA, FBI, and Secret Service—and possibly even senior government officials—were also involved.
Author(s): Lance deHaven-Smith

The United States of Paranoia: A Conspiracy Theory (2014)

 Best Conspiracy Theories Books You Should EnjoyJesse Walker’s The United States of Paranoia presents a comprehensive history of conspiracy theories in American culture and politics, from the colonial era to the War on Terror.The fear of intrigue and subversion doesn’t exist only on the fringes of society, but has always been part of our national identity.
Author(s): Jesse Walker

The Psychology of Conspiracy Theories (The Psychology of Everything) (2018)

 Best Conspiracy Theories Books You Should EnjoyWho believes in conspiracy theories, and why are some people more susceptible to them than others? What are the consequences of such beliefs? Has a conspiracy theory ever turned out to be true?
Author(s): Jan-Willem Prooijen

Conspiracy Theories: Top 20 Conspiracy Theories (2017)

 Best Conspiracy Theories Books You Should EnjoyThis book details 20 top conspiracy theories, going briefly into their history, the beliefs surrounding them, and the reasons for them. You will learn that some believe that the government is releasing toxic chemicals into the air to control the weather, that the fluoride the government puts into our water is making us easier to control.
Author(s): Norman Storm

Suspicious Minds: Why We Believe Conspiracy Theories (2017)

 Best Conspiracy Theories Books You Should EnjoyIn Suspicious Minds, Rob Brotherton decodes the psychology, history, and consequences of conspiracism, and delves into the research that offers insights into why so many of us are drawn to implausible, unproven and un-provable conspiracy theories. They resonate with some of our brain’s built-in quirks and foibles, and tap into some of our deepest desires, fears, and assumptions about the world.
Author(s): Rob Brotherton

Best Conspiracy Theories Books You Should Enjoy

We highly recommend you to buy all paper or e-books in a legal way, for example, on Amazon. But sometimes it might be a need to dig deeper beyond the shiny book cover. Before making a purchase, you can visit resources like Library Genesis and download some conspiracy theories books mentioned below at your own risk. Once again, we do not host any illegal or copyrighted files, but simply give our visitors a choice and hope they will make a wise decision.

Nonrational Logic in Contemporary Society: A Depth Psychology Perspective on Magical Thinking, Conspiracy Theories, and Folk Devils Among Us

Author(s): Jim Kline
ID: 3657771, Publisher: Routledge, Year: 2023, Size: 11 Mb, Format: pdf

Digital Disinformation: Computational Analysis of Culture and Conspiracy Theories in Russia and Eastern Europe

Author(s): Peter Chew, Matthew Fort, Jonathan Chew
ID: 3740044, Publisher: Springer, Year: 2023, Size: 16 Mb, Format: pdf

Hope and Fear: Modern Myths, Conspiracy Theories and Pseudo History

Author(s): Ronald H. Fritze
ID: 3338422, Publisher: Reaktion Books, Year: 2022, Size: 5 Mb, Format: pdf

Please note that this booklist is not errorless. Some books are absolutely hot items according to Los Angeles Times, others are composed by unknown writers. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant books you could recommend? Leave a comment if you have any feedback on the list.

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