Illuminati Theory

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There have been several different times that people have claimed they were "the chosen ones", or glorious to the point of worship. One such group of people were the Illuminati. The conspiracy of the Illuminati's existence was widespread in the late 18th century. Gossip spread throughout history and, to this day, some believe the Illuminati exist. They are paranoid in thinking the Illuminati are going to take over the world. The theory that the Illuminati exist is true. There is a secret cabal that calls itself the "Illuminati", or the enlightened ones. The Illuminati was a secret society in Bavaria in the late 18th century. It tried to establish its own society through deceit and sabotage. The plan failed and the society was defeated. After defeat, some believed it was still a functioning group and spread rumors about the Illuminati taking over the world and starting a new order. This is where the theory about the Illuminati's plan originated. There are a lot of events and items that can be linked to the Illuminati in order to prove that they exist. The French and American Revolutions can both be linked to the Illuminati. The works of Adam Weishaupt and Thomas Jefferson both give evidence of the group. There are also documents of the beliefs and ceremonies the Illuminati followed. The Illuminati are still a functioning group and plan to begin the new world order. The Illuminati was not always considered to be a threatening group. The Illuminati was thought to be part of the Freemasonry in England in the early 1700's. The Freemasonry was a craft guild that stressed religious tolerance, the equality of their male peers, the themes of classic liberalism and the Enlightenment. But not until Baron Adolf Franz Friedrich Ludwig von Knigge joined the Illuminati were the two groups combined. Varadarajan 2

By January 1782, Baron Adolf Franz Friedrich Ludwig von Knigge had rewritten their rituals in a form that both groups could understand. On May first 1776, Adam Weishaupt formally established the Illuminati of Bavaria. The Illuminati was soon disabled because it planned to take over the government. The government found written rituals that included poisoning political opponents of the Illuminati. These plans were never actually executed. Since the sack of the Bavarian Illuminati, there are those who have claimed that the Illuminati has disguised itself in many different forms. Some of these forms include: banking and money, secret society, political, intelligence, religious and educational. All of these forms have many organizations, some of which are still around today. The Illuminati has gone to desperate measures to keep itself undercover and has caused mass paranoia throughout the world today. Adam Weishaupt founded the Illuminati of Bavaria on May 1, 1776, on the principals of his early training as a Jesuit. He was appointed as Professor of Natural and Canon Law, which was a position that gave offence to the Church. He attacked the faults of the Church such as bigotry and indulgences. Weishaupt became so anti-church; he created his own order, The Illuminati. Abbé Augustin Barruel was a Jesuit priest known for inventing the idea of the Illuminati conspiracy theory. His main idea was that a very large secret conspiracy group was aimed for taking down Christianity. John Robison was another author who discussed the ideas of Adam Weishaupt and the order of the Illuminati. Adam Weishaupt, Abbé Augustin Barruel, and John Robison are the three most important people involved with the Illuminati. Adam Weishaupt was the basic founder. Abbé Augustin Barruel and John Robison. Varadarajan 3

were authors at the time of the creation of the Illuminati. There were many other people that were involved, but these were the main three. One major controversy about the Illuminati is over whether or not it was involved in the beginning in the French Revolution. The works of Adam Weishaupt, The Abbé Augustus Barruel and John Robison are said to be...
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