Behold a Pale Horse
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Behold a Pale Horse is the biggest‐selling underground book of all time,” Cooper often told his audience. Yet sales figures represent only a fraction of the book’s true reach. For one thing, as its author often bragged, Behold a Pale Horse routinely topped lists of the most‐shoplifted books in the country. To this day, Barnes & Noble stores keep BAPH , as it is sometimes called, behind the cashier’s counter to reduce pilferage. This was because, as one clerk at the Barnes & Noble near my house in Brooklyn told me, “that book has a habit of walking out all by itself.” four horsemen of the apocalypse". Britannica. Archived from the original on 2023-01-13 . Retrieved 2022-07-19. Cooper had once shown his friend Jacobs the view he had from his two-story house. If federal authorities were to drive up the street leading to his house, Cooper told Jacobs, he had the perfect perch to “snipe” them through the roofs of their vehicles.
Henry George Liddell, Robert Scott, A Greek-English Lexicon, χλωρός". Perseus.tufts.edu. Archived from the original on 2014-04-06 . Retrieved 2014-04-03. QAnon adherents believe an anonymous figure inside government is sporadically posting cryptic clues to corruption and the perpetrators of child-sex crimes using various online bulletin boards — the shortwave radio of modern times. The anonymous source of the information is “Q,” named for the level of top secret clearance he’s purported to have. Graham, Billy (1985). Approaching Hoofbeats: The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. New York: Avon. p. 273. ISBN 0380-69921-4.Leeming, David (2006). The Oxford Companion to World Mythology. Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press. p. 22. ISBN 0195156692 . Retrieved 18 December 2015.
Something else was in the wind. There was no other reason for the government to allow the CNN report but to further stamp bin Laden’s bearded, pointy face upon the collective American mind‐set. Bogeyman of the moment, the Saudi prince was being readied for his close‐up.Cooper also claimed that the antisemitic conspiracy theory forgery The Protocols of the Elders of Zion was actually an Illuminati work, and instructed readers to substitute " Sion" for "Zion", "Illuminati" for "Jews", and "cattle" for " Goyim".    The publisher removed the chapter that was a reproduction of The Protocols of the Elders of Zion document from later printings of Behold a Pale Horse.  Kennedy assassination The origin of this interpretation is unclear. Some translations of the Bible mention " plague" (e.g. the New International Version ) or "pestilence" (e.g. the Revised Standard Version ) in connection with the riders in the passage following the introduction of the fourth rider; cf. "They were given power over a fourth of the Earth to kill by sword, famine, plague, and by the wild beasts of the Earth." in the NASB.  However, the original Greek does not use the word for "plague" or "pestilence" here, simply "death" (θάνατος).  The use of "pestilence" was likely drawn from other parts of the Book of Revelation and included here as another form of death. Also, whether this passage refers to the fourth rider only or the four riders as a whole is a matter of debate.  Some equate the Four Horsemen with the angels of the four winds.  (See Michael, Gabriel, Raphael, and Uriel, angels often associated with four cardinal directions).