posted on Feb, 5 2013 @ 03:20 AM
I have a question I've been wondering about.
When you reach the top and become rich and famous in any field, whether it's business, politics, media, medicine, banking, entertainment, music or
Hollywood, does a representative from a secret society (e.g. Illuminati or Freemasons) pay you a visit?
Does this person have a little talk with you, or take you to a secret room that only those "in the loop" know about, where you will be briefed and
given an ultimatum to join them or be thrown back down? Are you told something like this:
"We rule the world, so we must control people in your position at your level. You have two choices. Either you join us and play our game and do as
you are told. Or you go back down and lose your status. If you try to fight us, we can easily have you taken out and make it look like a suicide or
accident. The police will never investigate. What will it be?"
Is that what happens? Would the Illuminati reveal themselves directly like that, or would they go through a "middleman manager" first to see how
compliant and controllable the target person is before revealing themselves fully?
Do they get them when they reach the top, or do they pick someone they want and then bring them to the top in politics, big business or stardom?
Could this be the real reason why many celebrities look unhappy like they are being pulled along, go crazy, resort to drugs, or end up dead under
Are there any whistleblowers who have been at the top that have come out and talked about it? Why don't more of them whistleblow what goes on?
Do those at the top know something that we all don't? I've always wondered about that.
Are all politicians, big CEO's, stars and celebrities "in on it" or just the most influential ones?
Am I indulging in paranoid fantasies with these questions, or is there a real basis to this?
Finally, do secret societies really rule the world, or at least most of it? If so, are they all unified and interconnected, or do they compete with
each other too (e.g. Illuminati/Freemasons vs. Vatican/Jesuits)?
Also, why do many college fraternities have secret handshakes and initiation ceremonies? Surely that can't be just for fun right? Are they junior
level secret societies to screen candidates for higher level secret societies?
What is the purpose of secret societies anyway? Why does it have to be a secret? Logic says that if something has to be a secret, then it probably
involves something either nefarious, dangerous, looks bad, too easily misinterpreted, too complex, too good for the public to know about, or something
that the public would be better off not knowing.