TITLE

DECIDED ONES OF JUPITER

AUTHOR(S)
Steiger, Brad; Steiger, Sherry
PUB. DATE
January 2006
SOURCE
Conspiracies & Secret Societies;2006, p112
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Reference Entry
ABSTRACT
An encyclopedia entry for the "Decided Ones of Jupiter" is presented. In 1816 an Italian named Ciro Annunchiarico claimed the power of Jupiter, father of the gods of Imperial Rome, and successfully brought a number of bandit gangs into a single striking force. By the following year he commanded twenty thousand members of the secret society of the Decided Ones of Jupiter the Thunderer. His bandit group was eventually attacked by a force of German and Swiss mercenaries under the command of an Englishman, General Church. Annunchiarico was later executed.
ACCESSION #
36172540

 

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