Who Are The Illuminati?

Illuminati was founded on may 1, 1776, in Ingolstadt as the order of the Illuminati, with an initial membership of five, by Jesuit-tought Adam Weishaupt, who was the first lay professor of cannon law at University of Ingolstadt. It was made up of freethinkers as an offshoot of the Englightenment and seems to have been modeled on the freemansons. The Illuminati’s members took a vow of secrecy and pleged obedience to their superiors. Members were divided into three main classes, each with several degrees, and many illuminati chapters drew membership from existing Masonic lodges.

Apparently in the name of Lucifer, the fallen angel also known as the bringer of light, hence the name “Illuminati”, which means “the enlightened ones”. Lucifer is also known for the charicteristics of pride, deception and impermanence. The society has always been based on the lodges of freemansonry, which was taken over at the highest levels during the course of the eighteenth century by agents of the Illuminati. Freemansonry is a very secretive institution, to the extent that members at one level do not know what members at another level are doing. Hence it is an orcanisation which is full of bonhomie and good deeds at the lower and middle levels, while its motives and deeds at the highest levels veer towards the dark side.

So who are the Illuminati? they are, in essence, a cartel of international bankers and industrialists based in Western Europe and North America. The names of certain families persist over long priods of time. Some of the most important names are Rothschild, Rockefeller, Morgan, Lazard, Warburg, Schroder and Schiff.

The pivital family is probably the house of Rothschild, the descendants of Mayer Rothschild (1743-1812) of Frankfurt. The male descendants of this family, for at least two generations, generally married first cousins or even nieces. the family established banking institutions in Vienna, London, Naples and paris as well as Frankfurt. Ever since the middle ages, these families have been building thier power by lending money at rates of interest to the monarchies and governments of Europe who were forever in debt, particularly in times of war. Sooner than tax the population to raise funds , always an unpopular measure, they usually preferred to borrow money from the money-lenders. This was the birth of the concept “the national debt.” the countries of the world are forever in debt but where there is a debtor there is a creditor.


The United States of America is more or less a creation of freemasonry. the symbal of freemansonry was placed on the cornerstone of the Whitehouse, while the assembled freemasonry lodges stood and watched the ceremony. The famous all-seeing eye in the pyramid appears on the one daller bill. It is one of the main symbols of freemasonry. This bill also bears the inscription, in Latin, “1776, the year of inception of a new world order”. If one joins the dots formed by the stars of the thirteen original states one obtains an exact Star of David.


A member from illuminati talks about it


A member from illuminati has been interviewed about the illuminati, the website didn’t exactly say who the member was though. Questions like, “Can you tell us what position you hold in the Illuminati? People say that the Illuminati are exceptionally wealthy. Is that true?
Are you intent on creating a New World Order? Why are you breaking your silence at this time? And why did you choose to speak to me?” Were being asked.
The member spoke on stuff like he’s one of the 12 members of illuminati, an tells who they are, not by name but by race. I think he said something like There are five Americans, five western Europeans, one Russian and one Indian. The member also mentions that they have members in every country of the world, but there are fewer than 6,000 of them in total. He mentions that most members are wealthy, but I think he said money means nothing to them. He also said that they are “not worshiper of mammon, as our accusers would have you believe.”
Here is the website so you can check it out. It’s pretty interesting to me.