Originally posted by Leveller
Whoah there Mycroft.
Elaborate on that one for me. You're claiming to be a member of the Illuminati? Or are you referring to something else in a cryptic manner?
What are these meetings to which you refer?
What is the indoctrination and induction?
I'm intrigued by your post.
If you read the history, and I mean the real
history and not that fake nonsense made up by conspiracy minded lunatics, you begin to get an idea
of what the Illuminati is all about.
Essentially, about 200 to 250 years ago, there was what we call now the Enlightenment
or the Dawn of the Age of Reason
dawn, Illuminati…get the symbolism?) where a few simple ideas came forth:
First, the idea that human beings had rights just because they were human beings.
Second, the idea that the world is a rational place, that it runs by laws that can be determined by observation, and that these rational laws that can
be discovered should take precedence over superstition.
These ideas were not new 250 years ago, they go back far longer, but it was about this period of history that they became a real political force, and
enough people believed in them that real changes could be brought about. The powers of the time (Church & State) saw these ideas as a real
and rightly so, for these ideas eventually fractured the Church and brought down the European Monarchies in favor of liberal
democracies. The Church and State fully recognized the danger these ideas posed to their power, and there was a real effort to vilify those who
advanced them, which is why today there is so much hate propaganda against the Illuminati, equating it with Satanism (against the Church) and NWO
conspiracy (anti-government). While the Illuminati is not against religion or government (most members are prominent in both) it does work against
oppression inspired by the same.
Of course this “history lesson” is a gross simplification, but sufficient for these purposes.
What are the meetings like? Well, there are many types of meetings. People get together to advance short-term goals, to discuss specific projects
within the work. Other meetings are like parties, like what Shoo described, only they might take place at weddings or other events, with issues being
discussed late, after the celebrations have wound down. Other meetings aren’t really meetings at all, but are more on-going dialogues through public
writings and private letters. A lot gets sent by e-mail these days.
What is indoctrination and introduction? That’s a process that’s not easy to describe. In recruiting people, you don’t look to convince anyone of
anything or to change their mind, you look for people who already share your point of view and goals, and you channel their energies where it will do
the most good while introducing them to like minded people. Sometimes they figure out on their own that they’re part of a group, sometimes they need
to be told. When it happens, then you have a series of discussions on how society has changed over the past few centuries, and how it might change in
the future. A “history lesson”.