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originally posted by: Kantzveldt
a reply to: Yeahkeepwatchingme
The Bavarian Illuminati was a very short lived organization, i would only take seriously evidence from their own writings, Free Masonry in general they tended to have disdain for seeing it as shallow and pretentious, they did wish to introduce their own Doctrine through it but i see little evidence for success, eradication of the greater part of humanity does not seem to have been one of their aims.
"this is our GREAT SECRET. True, there may be some disturbance; but by and by the unequal will become equal; and after the storm all will be calm. Can the unhappy consequences remain when the grounds of dissension are removed? Rouse yourselves therefore, O men! assert your rights; and then will Reason rule with unperceived sway; and ALL SHALL BE HAPPY. *
originally posted by: Yeahkeepwatchingme
a reply to: Kantzveldt
Can the average person handle the truths about life, the universe, their place on the planet? Nope.
At this point in time humanity as a whole is not ready for the "secrets".
originally posted by: Ridhya
a reply to: gwynned
I was just rolling over this in my mind because I saw a repeat of America Unearthed where he talks about the guidestones, and the denver airport and all.
In the show and a lot of specials really, they say the same things about how everything is not sinister or deliberate and it all seems plausible enough, but the mural, the non-existent "New World Airport Commission" and giant black horse statue and all, they are too absurd to be coincidence methinks. But on to my point.
He talked to the guy who okayed the building of the guidestones (and the guy wouldnt reveal the builders identity and such) but he did reveal that the guy wanted something that would last forever, would impress people, and generate interest. The name RC Christian was supposedly to create mystery to get people intrigued.
The whole thing is huge, expensive, and useless, and since there are surveillance cameras watching it someone is STILL investing money into its existence, and yet they dont seem to mind people (including conspiracy types who are against it) spreading knowledge of it...
I dont imagine for a second that it is a 'good' monument, that is to say altruistic, not just because they mention culling the population down to 500mil and countless languages are excluded, but the whole thing just reeks of globalism, and I think its about promoting a one world government idea.
Thats not to say that the builders/illuminati/whatever who built it are inherently evil - in fact I would venture the exact opposite, that THEY BELIEVE they are doing/promoting good in the world, perhaps they are strictly of the ends-justifies-the-means type. But then again so was Hitler.
I think a more complete assessment of this mess is that it really is two-fold (or more) in its aim, like most psychological warfare really is! Two people view the same thing and interpret it two different ways, but both are beneficial to the controller:
1. anyone who believes they built it to support an evil depopulation plan will associate it with the illuminati, and thus further dissociate the world illuminati with the good bavarian one - meaning they never discover those good morals
2. anyone who believes it is altruistic and agreeable, will spread these ideas of globalism and believe that globalists are in it for the masses, rather than for power. Hah!