posted on Nov, 23 2005 @ 01:11 PM
Originally posted by markusjharper
they used freemasonry instead!
The Illuminati haven't used freemasonry. Many of the Illuminati Minervals were Master Masons, before
being Illuminati and their activities as
Illuminati had nothing to do with Masonry. They didn't meet in Masonic Lodges to hold their business meetings, and people like Knigge copied and
reworked, apparently, some of the masonic rituals to make up Illuminati rituals, and also copied the structure of the masonic socieities to structure
and organize, to some degree, the Illuminati groups. If they were using the masons then they wouldn't be copying and changing anything, they'd go
to the masonic lodges and do it. They didn't 'use' the masons as anything other than a template to seperately create their group, and, importantly
I think, that influence came largely from Knigge, from what I understand, whereas Weishaupt had a more unique set up.
What they don't tell you is that they are setting public policy in there
The Bilderburger group is a private group, there is nothing illegal about it and nothing that can be done to prevent people from going to it. It has
lots of 'bigwigs', and they clearly discuss politics and economics and talk about governmental agendas, I think that they even admit to this.
But they are not a branch of any government and you can't force people to give up all privacy when they become a public official.
Besides, its silly, if 'they' wanted to run the world, they wouldn't have some big meeting that everyone knows about and a conference to put their
'evil plot' together. The Bilderberger conference is just a place where industrialists and some government officials can go and have discussions on
government, economics, and policy, without haveing everything turned into media sound bytes or public 'sounds nice but has no action' speeches.
The College we call "Yale" should be purged of Skull and Bones and heavily fined if not shut down.
Yale should be punished and closed because some seniors have a frat? That hardly makes sense.