Saturday, December 1, 2007
The Bavarian Illuminati
The Order of the Light or The Illuminists or whatever you wanted to call it was started by the man above, Adam Weishaupt, on May 1st, 1776.
And that's no ordinary number.
The number of power.
And this was the time of power.
It was the Enlightenment.
Free thinking was running wild. Revolution was in the air.
Wieshaupt was a champion of this era.
He was a professor, a freemason, a mystic, a mathemetician, a facist.
He believed in the power of the Cabbal.
Some say, he wanted to rule the world.
But according to Thomas Jefferson, he was "an enthusiastic philanthropist."
And it goes farther back:
To the Knights of Templar, Greek Gnostic Initiatory Cults, Egypt, even Atlantis.
For these conspiratorial reasons, many believed that the Illuminati the French and American revolution.
And intellectuals flocked to join, drawn in by their pursuit of power and rejection of religious and governmental control.
And when the Bavarian Government finally put their foot down and banned the Illuminati, it did not disappear.
It went underground and eventually to The New World where they would go on to further advance their plans of complete world domination.
In the late 1700s, Massachusetts conservatives reported that the Illuminati was meddling in their federalist aspirations.
The Illuminati is no joke.
They are embedded in our culture and are using us, the most powerful country in the world, as their vehicle of power.