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Thursday, March 3, 2016

00050 History The Purpose and Use of Secret Societies

Published on Mar 1, 2016
The history of the Illuminati, following the creation and eventual going-underground of the Pythagorean Brotherhood (which eventually came to be called the “Illuminati,” as it is known today) is often a history of the spin-off secret societies which they created, and of their activities. Here are some of the reasons that the Illuminati created these secret societies:

a)To create an organization of unwitting “foot soldiers” or “pawns” of the Illuminati. (This should not be misconstrued with the false notion that such individuals were “taken advantage of” or otherwise negatively “exploited;” in fact, members of such organizations typically gained advantages through their membership, while remaining unaware of the true “hidden hand” behind the scenes.)

b)To use the members of such societies as a means for wielding political and social power for the purpose of promoting social equity, while maintaining the “invisibility” of the Illuminati.

Individuals are often encouraged to join Illuminati-created secret societies and are often promoted to special positions within such societies as a result of having a large degree of social or political influence. (This is true even of the Illuminati-created Freemasons, for example, despite the oft-quoted but essentially false “official” position that “no one is ever asked to become a Mason.”) This allows the society to wield a large amount of power relative to the size of their membership. Furthermore, people in power have an enhanced ability to bestow power upon others – power begets power. Thus the collective power of the society is further increased as members gain power from their association with one another.

c)To erode traditional established religious beliefs, as a covert way of ultimately promoting atheism in particular, and non-mysticism in general.

The erosion of religion in particular almost universally leads to the erosion of mystical thinking in general. Religion is a particularly insidious type of mysticism which is very hard to overcome; once it is vanquished, however, any remaining mysticisms are then typically much easier to eliminate. (This, in turn, paves the way for true, non-mystical Illumination.)

d)To evaluate members for possible admittance into the Illuminati.

(It should be noted that when someone was invited to join the Illuminati, they were never actually told that it was the Illuminati which they were joining. They were merely told that there was a secret society – some aspects of which were described to them – which was inviting them to join. It was only after some time as a novice that the nature and identity of the organization was revealed.)

Not all secret societies were created by the Illuminati, of course. It has often proven advantageous, however, for the Illuminati to infiltrate certain of these non-Illuminati-created organizations, in order to exert influence over their activities. This infiltration is actually not limited to secret societies; the Illuminati has infiltrated and influenced many organizations and movements. It has also placed members, where possible, in key positions of political or social influence throughout history.

Charles E. Wharry (Darkbird18): This YouTube about the why and the how on secret societies by Anonymous have very good information on the major ideas behind these groups and what their goals and objectives are and why it is so hard to follow them and what they're up to.

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