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The Religion of the Illuminati

A conversation came up on a Patriot channel the other day about the Globalists and the Jews.  I opined that the Rothschild's are Satanist and not Jews and linked my previous Illuminati article.

Again, let me impress upon the reader that all of this is my own speculation from my own observations.  I, unlike Alex Jones, Q Anon and the other paid shills, do not have concrete proof of any of this other than what I may link to as somewhat supporting information.

In retrospect though, it is a bit more complicated than that. There are some Satanists in the Illuminati, but that is not the main religion.  Let's go back a minute to John Todd.  There were a lot of claims he made in that talk that were purported to be false.  He wasn't in Vietnam.  He wasn't in Germany.  He got a dishonorable discharge.  Etc., etc., etc.  Let's get beyond that.  Nobody said his claims about the Illuminati were false.  He claimed to have been brought up in a witchcraft family and claims that witchcraft is a major influence for the Illuminati.  Oh, now a days, the Illuminati's name has morphed.  New World Order, Kinder, gentler, the swamp, the Globalists.

Think about the sixties 'revolutions'.  Lots of changes.  The sexual revolution.  Psychics, seances, and witchcraft became more and more mainstream.  Ouija boards.  The new age movement.  Transcendental meditation, Buddhism, Hinduism, all challenged (and changed) the religious landscape.  If you do not see where this goes, let me spell it out for you.  An overall conditioning for the populace to doubt and/or deny God's existence.  Christianity was considered part of the 'establishment' to be rebelled against.  This of course was most evident in our schools starting with our colleges and universities.  Add into the mix all these 'new' powers out there to be tapped without going to Church.  Sure, 'spiritualism' had been with us for quite some time, but this seemed to be a virtual explosion of all things spiritual.  Well, except Christianity.  Between this spiritual 'revolution' and the drugs, young people were left with or taught that with these powers they could help create a utopia here on Earth.  Listen (or read) again what John Todd was taught about Christianity while growing up in a witchcraft household.

Luciferianism.  That may be one good way to describe the religion of the Illuminati.  Or in some ways, white witchcraft (or white magic) could even be a better description.  White magic involves using witchcraft for the purpose of bettering others, as opposed to 'black' witchcraft which is used to better only themselves.  Starting to get the picture?  The Illuminati is real, but not as organized as Alex Jones would have you believe.  At least not in the same way.  As John Todd said, 'you didn't know why you did these things, you just did them'.  So everything is not the result of a direct 'order' per se.  The reverse of the Great Seal of the United States is purported to be the seal of the Illuminati.  The capstone has an eye.  Who's eye?  The all seeing eye of Lucifer.  You can see the symbolisms of witchcraft and the seal in many places.  The Texaco star?  How many companies use a pyramid?  With a cap stone?  With an eye in it?  Why?  Just because it looks cool, right?

I could go on and on about witchcraft because I was exposed to a lot of it in my lifetime.  But more to the point, back to white magic, Luciferianism, and the Illuminati.  Do an Internet search for white magic.  "They aim to do only good for the world and those who roam its surface."  "Do what thou wilt" in a Wiccan saying.  Think about it.  Defend the 'oppressed'.  Universal Health Care.  Universal Basic Income.  All that Social Justice.  Georgia passes a bill that the Illuminati doesn't like, er, I mean, 'doesn't only do good for the world and those who roam it's surface', then hurt Georgia by moving a major source of income out of the state.  And many others follow suit.  When someone who is not an Illuminatist runs for office, by damn, do everything you can to thwart his every single move.  And most others followed suit.  Dave Morrison of the YouTube channel, Blue Collar Logic, says it well calling this movement towards a global 'utopia' like watching a school of fish.

We have a 'movement' for every single 'group' of people alive; but the idea is to have the Government in charge of administering and controlling all of this.  All.  Of.  It.  I found this quote to be very telling, "Lest we forget at least an over-the-shoulder acknowledgment to the very first radical: from all our legends, mythology, and history (and who is to know where mythology leaves off and history begins or which is which), the first radical known to man who rebelled against the establishment and did it so effectively that he at least won his own kingdom – Lucifer."  That is from Saul Alinsky's book, Rules for Radicals, a very popular book amongst our 'social justice warriors'.

There you have it.  The Globalists aren't in complete and total contact with each other on every single thing.  They don't have to be.  They all believe that their way is best for the 'world and all who roam its surface'.  And if you have ever debated with a 'liberal', they know it because they are 'so much better educated'.  Do not waste your time with all these sites that claim to reveal all these 'secrets' because all they want to do is distract you.  Every thing is out in the open now.  Watching the news these days is like witnessing Biblical prophecy being fulfilled.  I mean if you want to waste your time on the details, fine, but I tell you the truth:  Sites like Alex Jones, Q Anon, and too many othersto list take a tiny bit of the truth and add so many lies to it so as to make us all look like idiots and easily dismissed as 'conspiracy nuts'.

Let that sink in.

 

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