In 1925, a book titled The Mystery of Freemasonry Unveiled was written by Cardinal Caro y Rodriguez of Santiago, Chile. In his book, he claims to have read a letter that was sent from Albert Pike to Guissepe Mazzini which was dated August 15, 1871. No evidence suggests that this letter ever existed, or that the two men had any connection to each other. However, both Pike and Mazzini did have a connection: They were both Freemasons. By their connection they were sworn to secrecy about their dealings, under the oaths they take as such who are affiliated with Freemasonry. So it would be impossible to prove that they had a connection other than they were in the same "fraternal organization". But what about the letter that supposedly didn't exist? First off, the letter would have been written before the events detailed in that letter, ever happened. What events, specifically, were talked about in the letter? Let's cover the first part: Some would argue that "Communism" wasn't even a blip on the radar screen at the time the letter was supposedly written, but this is simply not true. The Communist Manifesto was published in 1848, a full 23 years before the supposed letter was written. Also, Marx and Engels refined their version of Communism from earlier ideas. But aside from that, the book that Cardinal Caro wrote was first published in 1925, a full 7 years after WWI. So even if the letter never existed, this could be argued as something the Cardinal just made up. But, what he couldn't make up, were the next two world wars that are detailed in this mysterious letter that supposedly never existed. So let's look at WWII: Now, once again we have the problem of terms being used in the letter that were supposedly not used in the time it was said to have been written. Again, this isn't true. "Zionism", "Fascism", and "Nazism" were all terms that had origins in earlier periods of time. "Nazi" is the short-hand form of "National Socialist" from the German pronunciation, however "National Socialism" was an idea well before Hitler's time. After Darwin's theories on evolution were published and translated to German, some "great thinkers" got the idea that the social structure of humans in relation to government, was also evolving much like species evolve. However in error their ideas were, the idea of "Social Darwinism" was born, and was later promoted under the more appropriate title of "National Socialism" - Nazism. In fact, the term "Nazi" was used to describe a "backwards pesant" in Bavaria, Germany, to slander these "National Socialists". "Fascism", which derives from the Latin word fascis, (Latin "fasces", ax-like bundles of wood used by the lictores [people preceding important personalities] to drive away the masses). The word itself was used in direct corrolation to the word "Dictator" - Another Roman title of ancient times, dictator was a constitutional position which was to be used temporarily in times of war or other national calamity. It was simply the Italian application of Social Darwinism. It wasn't a new idea by any means when considering the history of the Roman Empire, but Mussolini made it famous. "Zionism", also had roots in, but did not originate in, Bavaria, Germany. I don't think I need to go into every detail of this particular, as it is well documented. Coincidence? Even though it seems to be coincidental, this does not account for the near-prophetic details of WWII in the letter, which was supposedly written in 1871, or even the book by the Cardinal that was published in 1925 -- A full 14 years before WWII. And what of WWIII? What does the letter say about it? A look at current events points to the stunning realization that it may happen, just as a letter that is supposed to never have existed foretold. It is a blueprint for evil, that is building up a system for the worship of an ancient cherub, to deceive the whole world. Otherwise, what would be the point of a one-world government, with a one-world currency, and one-world religion? Because if you don't take the "oath" ("mark" of the beast) to serve Lucifer, then you can't buy or sell, right? Time will tell.