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The Secret History of America - HFBC at The WD

Helping Friendly Book Club returns June 13th to The Wild Detectives at 8:30PM. 

Join us for an evening of convivial sociability as we introduce ourselves to the Secret History of America's Ancient Roots.

We will be discussing Manly P. Hall's short but seminal book, “The Secret Destiny of America," and diving into the mystery of history to search for the Secrets of Eternal Joy and Never Ending Splendor.

We will also vote for the next 3 Helping Friendly Books at this meeting (details below), so set your intention extra strong to be there and vote on June 13th.

More good news is you can download the book (only 53 pages) for free right here: 

Have you ever wondered what the unfinished pyramid or the All Seeing Eye on The Great US Seal mean? Or why the number 13 appears so often? Did it ever strike you as odd that the Washington Monument is an Egyptian Obelisk? Have you ever been curious how these symbols got there in the first place? 

Most people are programmed to trigger when discussions about the role and influence of Secret Societies in shaping America’s past, present, and future come up, but not this time. On June 13th, once and for all, we are going to stare it in the face and talk about it. 

We would do well to remember that anytime we get into topics that have the potential to make us question the premises of our existing worldview, our psyche’s defense mechanism kicks into HIGH ALERT. 

But- if we can keep our IDENTITY from TRIGGERING long enough to consider the evidence, we’ll have a whole new type of “alternative facts” to weave into our MOSAIC.

I can't wait to see everyone and continue our Quest for the Secrets of Eternal Joy and Never Ending Splendor (#SEJNES). Stay tuned to this Event Page because we will be sharing all sorts of insights before the meeting, and don't forget to come and vote!


This meeting is EXTRA important because we will be voting (using democracy) on where to search for the Secrets of Eternal Joy and Never Ending Splendor for the next 6 months. 

Please send your nominations to before June 1st to have them considered for the ballot on June 13th. This is what we have so far: 

'Jonathan Livingston Seagull' by Richard Bach
'Fierce Invalids Home From Hot Climates' by Tom Robbins
'The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom' by Don Ruiz
'The Hidden Life of Trees' by Peter Wohlleben
'Ask and It is Given' by Esther and Jerry Hicks
‘The Cosmic Serpent: DNA and the Origins of Knowledge’ by Jeremy Narby