reply to post by ELectricalApprentice
I agree with you. We are, hopefully, becoming aware of 'what' it is to live Illuminated and Free. Once the artificial scarcity that drives the
"machine" is eliminated, we shall all be better off.
I have been 'lucky' enough, I guess, to meet many individuals claiming to be clandestine members of the surviving philosophical lineages of the
Bavarian (or even older) Illuminati Order; and to have enough unique meetings to draw a few conclusions, that I would be happy to share.
Remember, though: "The only thing I don know is that I don't know." The truth is a plastic and often irrelevant concept when one starts to see that
opposing points of view often hold certain assertions in common, along with their bitter disagreements.
In my experience, the more visible and hierarchical groups of alleged 'Illuminated Adepts' tend to be more visible, and are "contrarian" in their
approach; meaning that they literally feel and believe that they are attempting to inspire or empower the masses by forcing their evolution thru fear
based influences and media.
On the other hand there seems to be a much larger group of Illuminated Seers who are non-hierarchical and fully autonomous, and anarchos; which
literally translates to "without leaders". These 'anarchistic' Illuminated Seers often oppose the organized Adepts and all of their influence: i.e. :
occult bullhockey, cognitive dissonance and fear based tactics... they do so by engaging in their activities in plain sight, these "activities" being
the brave transmission of an oral tradition and set of teachings that casually leads the "student" or other Illuminated Seer into a frame of mind
where they easily accept what they already know and fully realize on their own knowledge of how to implement what they already know. Once this state
is reached, the two or more participants in this circle can quickly and easily distill what they have seen and learned and "run it by each other", so
to speak, for free-association session/group discussion.
This is the very odd and curious "Mechanism of Illumination" that I have been participating in for many years now. This "whispering college" set of
teachings is dreadfully old, and is founded upon the aforementioned motto: "The only thing I do Know is that I don't know."
It is this suspension of belief that keeps this particular modality of Seership from leading/stumbling blindly in to any set of "truths" or beliefs
that may be leaned upon as "mental crutches". Belief and fear together are the mind-killers, it seems.
Make of this what you Will, but it is a distilled account of my experiences with these enigmatic spies, counter-spies, jacks-of-all-trades, and
philosopher vagabonds who go live by the "Illuminati oral traditions".
On a side note, the Freemason remark made by a participant earlier in the discussion is quite amusing to me. especially 'in light' of the historical
data and oral history I have been exposed to that strongly and assuredly suggests/states that the "alleged Illuminati" who were outed for
clandestinely joining and attempting to steer the Freemason lodges of Europe were not the "real" Illuminated Seers of Bavaria, but were doubly cowans;
not only in their fallacious infiltration of the noble Freemasons, but also in their ignorant and egoic mimicry of the Illuminated Seers, when in fact
they were but imposter 'adepts' with greedy ulterior motives, who came out of the shadows; clearly doing so with no love of their fellow men and women
in their little black hearts. Yep.
edit on 2/12/12 by sigil23 because: grammar