First let me state that I am not a new poster here, I have had trouble accessing my old account, so I decided that while I wait for it to be recovered
by staff, I would take this opportunity to post a thread I've wanted to post for a very long time, using a fresh account without any type of
reputation or ranking. The reason I haven't posted this thread until now, is because I wasn't quite sure of Illuminati philosophies, I only had
glimpses and small pieces of the puzzle. I had a basic idea of their underlying philosophies, I just didn't know the full story, not until I read
"Financial Tyranny" by David Wilcock. In Section Two: The
of the FT article, David goes really in-depth into the history of Freemasonry and the Illuminati.
Now I know what you are thinking, David is crazy con-artist who can't be trusted. But if you will just take the time to read Financial Tyranny,
especially Section Two, I think you will be quite amazed and shocked with what you read, and pleasantly surprised at the amount of sources and
external reading material he provides. More to the point however, I strongly believe the following sections of his article are of great importance,
and I can sense that they are true because the ideas presented deeply resonate with my previous basic understanding of Illuminati philosophies. Also,
a lot of the material is sourced directly from high level defectors, respected researches, and confirmed information leaks.
I also want to state right now, that this really doesn't have very much to do with Masonry, it has to do with “the supreme government of all the
Secret Societies of the world”, which is of course the modern day version of the Illuminati. Wilcock explains in some detail how Masonry was
infiltrated by the Illuminists, and how Illuminati beliefs were merged with high level Masonic rituals, but that is beyond the point here. I don't
really care what most Masons think Masonry is all about, what I care about is what the so called masters of the world believe in. If you believe the
research done by Wilcock and others, then it just so happens that high level Masons have direct connections to the Illuminati.
So lets get to the point of this thread, the meat and potatoes. I've always known that the general Christian teachings as carried out by schools and
local Churches, is merely a simplified version of Christianity that ignores the deeper philosophical reasoning presented in the Bible. It's
"Christianity for dummies" basically. They don't explore the deeper concepts, they don't have in-depth philosophical discussions about the true
relationship between Lucifer and God. One is evil and one is good, it's as simple as that. However, it is no where near as simple as that. Their
relationship is much deeper and much more complex, it goes so far beyond what the mainstream take on Christianity teaches.
Now before I go any further, I must mention that I believe the Illuminati take on Christianity is much closer to the truth than the mainstream
version. If you can't handle that then stop reading right now. If you actually read the Bible with an open mind, one of the first things you learn is
that Lucifer is in fact responsible for our ability to be self-aware. After we ate the forbidden fruit we gained knowledge and insight that God didn't
want us to have. We suddenly realized we were naked, as conscious self-aware beings would. Before this moment we were nothing but mindless puppets
under the strict control of God. Proverbs 3:5 - “Trust in the lord with all your heart; and lean not unto your own understanding.”.
This might lead one to conclude individualism and complete free will are teachings of the devil. Most religions, including Christianity, demand that
you submit yourself to a certain God, free thinking is suppressed and group mentality is encouraged. People constantly argue God is the "good guy",
but if you actually look at what the Bible says you'll find that God has killed over 2.3 million people, yet Satan has killed only about 10 people,
all with the blessing of God. In fact, according to the Bible, God killed the entire family of a man named Job's just to prove a point to Lucifer, the
point being he could do what ever he liked to his followers and they would still follow him.
“The God of the Old Testament is arguably the most unpleasant character in all fiction: jealous and proud of it; a petty, unjust, unforgiving
control-freak; a vindictive, bloodthirsty ethnic cleanser; a misogynistic, homophobic, racist, infanticidal, genocidal, filicidal, pestilential
megalomaniacal, sadomasochistic, capriciously malevolent bully.”
~ Richard Dawkins.
When you get right down to the facts, the truth is, Lucifer has done much more for us than this so called God fellow... and that is what Illuminati
beliefs are based upon. They understand this hidden meaning within the Bible, and as such they think they are "enlightened" or "Illuminated" to the
truth. In Latin, Lucifer means "light-bearer". To be Illuminated means to be bathed in light, to be open to the light of Lucifer. Lucifer was once an
Archangel, he was God's right hand man according to many. It is commonly believed that after Lucifer revolted from God, he was cast down with the
fallen angels into Hell, where upon he became known as Satan, King of the Demons.
What the Illuminati believes, is that Lucifer actually revolted from God (whom I shall now refer to as "Adonay") because he was the "bad guy", they
actually believe the goal of Lucifer is to help man kind. They believe that Lucifer and Adonay are equals, they are simply two different sides of the
same coin. They do in fact appear to have Discordian philosophies, they understand and appreciate that there's always two sides to any story, you
can't know happiness without knowing sadness, the inherit nature of the Universe depends on these polarities, such as order and chaos. One may now
begin to understand why these people believe they are the intellectual elite of the world.
So now lets get into some of the material presented in Wilcock's article, and see how it relates to what I've been saying so far.
14-3-2012 by bitfreak because: (no reason given)