Originally posted by no1smootha
reply to post by NAMTERCES
I assumed the master appeared because I was deemed "ready" as per the topic question, "What if, by some twist of fate, you were offered the
opportunity to meet with the Illuminati leadership?"
That question is all wrong. It's not like arriving on a foreign planet, and saying "take me to your leader."
The real Illuminati don't meet the way Freemasons meet. They have no meeting place, like a lodge. You could rap on the door of a Freemason Temple and
say "take me to your Grand Master". But, there's no such corresponding paradigm among the Illuminati. The Freemasons communicate with the human
voice. In the old days, before telephone, you needed to get up close and personal to "talk" to that other person, hence the need to "meet". So,
Freemasons, who follow ancient established traditions, rooted in the past, evolved a set of rituals and practices, that became "landmarks of
Freemasonry", that essentially defines what it means to be a Freemason, and each lodge has to follow those practices in order to be considered
There are other traditions, also rooted in the past, that never used the voice, so there was never any need to meet, in the way you understand meeting
a person. They used, what some call "mind-to-mind transmission".
The master appears, because the master knows what is in your mind, before you even speak. But, when the master appears, he doesn't come up to you and
say, "Here I am, I am your Master", or anything like that. It's not that kind of "meeting", with a "greeting". Instead, it's an instructional
interaction, where you become aware that he's the master, and realize he is trying to show you something, or make you aware of something hidden.
Oftentimes, you're aware that the master is there, but you don't see him, only his effects, i.e. the things he's trying to show you.
So, you see what's wrong with the question you ask? It presumes a paradigm of social interaction based on human society. The human world is
partitioned into geopolitical chunks of land, and each chunk has a leader. That leader is well known because he's on TV and on parade all the time in
the news media. So, the masses are indoctrinated with the idea that every social order has this kind of structure. There are certain people that rule,
and others take their orders from them. But, often, those people you see on TV who appear to rule, are not the real rulers. There are others behind
the scenes, nameless and faceless, who decide what is to be done, and the actors playing the role of "ruler" gets his instructions from them, and
goes in front of the TV and pretends he decided this or that. But, these are just actors, who read "teleprompter scripts" that give them the exact
words that they are to say from time to time. Their job is just to smile and deliver the messages, pretending to be the ruler in charge.
Still, having the form of "leader" and "followers", gives people a paradigm to draw analogies from. So, they can also understand that idea of the
real leaders being hidden behind the scenes, like Freemasons, and other secret societies, etc..There again, the idea of meeting with these hidden
rulers makes sense. Although they are not publicly known, they are privately known among certain circles or groups of select people. And they
communicate with the voice, so you'd need to "meet" them to discuss anything on your mind.
With the Illuminati, things are quite different. Although you could meet one in person, what would be the point? He can communicate with you more
easily without meeting in the flesh, shaking hands, and using the voice-ear channel. The Illuminati have no particular leader, like a Grand Master,
other than the one initiator who has been around from the dawn of time.
So, if someone offered to take you to their leader, that's Freemasonry, or some related irregular masonry. The offer itself, implicates the paradigm
being used to define the order's activities. Some Freemasons think they are Illuminati, and some Illuminati might also be Freemasons, but the true
Illuminati know the difference between them and masonry.