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 The Field is written about the Grandfather Order that was started in 1950 by Avraam Postnikov’s Grandfather, Billy Y. The Grandfather Order’s mission statement is to save the bring peace through the World and the planet from Self-destruction. The Order has members of the board planted in the heads of other major organizations, such as, the mafia, the mob, any secret societies that are known to man-kind, the military, the police, the Government agencies, such as, FBI, CIA and also the white house, even including the United States President and many others I haven’t named. The task for the Order is to stop certain events that the Government itself and any of these other organizations that I mentioned have started themselves. They have doctors, scientists, engineers and power agents that make the Order run sufficiently and never get caught. They have ways of traveling through time, using disabilities into super powers. They also have of traveling through the World without getting caught, using secret passageway, cab companies and many other interesting ways that the organization designed. There are many stations for the Grandfather Order located all over the World. A few of the main hubs that they count on are Russian, Washington D.C., New York and Oregon. They have different training sites that are suited for their purposes as well. The Grandfather Order makes sure that it stands on its principal of believing God as its creator and patriot. The Order also believes that a person should be treated with respect and protect its own country that the person resides in. The Grandfather Order makes sure that it brings the right recruits in and makes sure that they have a strong belief as the Order does. The recruits go through rigorous training to conduct missions and assignments for the Order.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2016
    • Ano:  2016
    • País de Produção: Brazil
    • Código de Barras:  2001043300308
    • ISBN:  9781683486862

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