Illuminati: the Truth

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Hello, my name is Chelsea Cathcart and before I begin I would like to ask a couple of questions. Have you ever heard of the illuminati? What do you think the illuminati may be? Well, if you ask anyone that’s ever heard of will have one answer and one answer only: “they worship the devil.” The thing is that they’re right but there’s more to it than that. Just mentioning the illuminati is the cause of much discussion. The illuminati are of people claiming to possess special enlightenment or knowledge of something. Either a person is convicted of an illuminati plot to control the world, or they deny the existence all together. Your opinion lies on either side, because discussion of the illuminati can be quite fascinating. Illuminati the word itself is supposed to mean those who become “spiritually enlightened” or claims that they are. I bet you’re wondering how did it all begin, well history will show that the illuminati is quite a real organization. It was founded by a Bavarian Professor of Law Adam Weishaupt. Adam joined the freemasons, the illuminati was a secret society within a secret society. Freemasons appeared in the 17th century. They’ve always been very secretive society using a pyramidal structure. They engage in secret rituals, and seem to use magical and mysterious symbols. The order of the illuminati was created on May 1st 1776 also known as Mayday, which is a sacred holiday to the pagan religion. But I’d like to talk about what they did. They included wealthy individuals much like billionaire and celebrities of today. The revolutionaries agitated the reign of terror in which untold hundreds of thousands of people were killed. Even though at the time America was far from over-populated there were only a fraction of people compared to the population of today.. Robespierre encouraged the slaughter of roughly 15 million people. In the mean time, Charles Theodore, Prince Elector, Count Palatine, and Duke of Bavaria outlawed the order of the illuminati in...
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