Texe Marrs has achieved a number of things. Texe very proudly boasts he was an assistant professor of aerospace studies, teaching American Defense Policy, strategic weapons systems, and related subjects at the University of Texas at Austin from 1977 to 1982.
He has also taught international affairs, political science, and psychology for two other universities. A graduate Summa Gum Laude from Park College, Kansas City, Missouri, he earned his Master's degree at North Carolina State University.
As a career USAF officer (now retired), he commanded communications- electronics and engineering units. He holds a number of military decorations, including the Vietnam Service Medal, and served in Germany, Italy, and throughout Asia.
Marrs is the author of Dark Secrets of the New Age, Circle of Intrigue, Project L. U. C.I.D., and Days of Hunger, Days of Chaos. He has also written 32 other books for such major publishers as Simon & Schuster, John Wiley, Prentice Hall/Arco, Stein & Day, and Dow Jones-Irwin. His books have sold over two million copies.
I've looked through some of Texe Marrs's books, and I've visited his web site several times. I don't ever recall reading anything that could be considered constructive to Bible prophecy. Marrs is one of those folks that believes there is conspiracy behind every world event.
I would have to categorize Marrs' writings as being on par with supermarket Tabloids - the kinds that features stories about wolf-boys or alien abductions. Nearly all of his articles are written from a sensationalistic angle. Here are a few examples: The Elite Serial Killers of Lincoln, JFK, RFK, and MLK, Saucers of the Illuminati, and Unmasking the Sexual Perversions of the Illuminati."
I have a very hard time applying any credibility to people that promote conspiracy theories. The question I always ask, "If groups like the Masons, the Illuminati, and The Tri-Lateral Commission are so powerful, why don't they carry out their goal of enslaving the world?"