In 2012, I visited Philadelphia and took some time to explore the various buildings and locations where the United States was essentially built. Philadelphia was once the capitol city of America, and even today you can explore all of those government buildings where the founding fathers worked on building a free nation principled upon freedom and liberty. However, if you explore those buildings and locations with your eyes wide open, you’ll also come across evidence of the Masonic underpinnings of America as well. I touched upon some of these when I explored the symbolism on the Grand Lodge of Philadelphia, and the fascinating historical architecture of the Philadelphia City Hall. It has always been amazing to me that while most Americans are quite aware of the history of the United States told by the history books, very few people are aware of the story that has gone untold – yet remains just as core to the founding of the country, and to the characters and motives of the men who tirelessly worked so hard to build a new nation based on freedom and liberty. Some of those Masonic principles are in fact traced back to European freemasonry, and a lot of those ideals were influenced by the original Bavarian Illuminati (the Perfectibilists). Those principles, and much of the secret “teachings” of freemasonry today utilizes symbols based upon Euclidean Geometry dating all the way back to the ancient Egyptians. Early freemason writers, as well as writings by Adam Weishaupt that also influenced early freemasonry writings, made claims that those geometric symbols and calculations have meanings that ran much deeper than the simple calculations used by the builders of the Pyramids and other ancient structures. Today, Masons are a fraternal bunch, but the “secret teachings” members receive make it a sort of [...]
A recent meme in the form of a video is circulating the Internet and creating a loud buzz in the conspiracy world. The video warns of the looming date of October 1, but the year isn’t given, although the video date is 2013. A FEMA Alert that a retired South Dakota State Senator sent is at the heart of the video, but isn’t revealed until near the end. The alert gives the date of October 1 deadlines for various military tasks, training and deliveries to be completed. (1) The Internet scoop is that the Illuminati is staging something on October 1– just before the American elections. But the year 2014 and the elections aren’t mentioned in the video. The only year revealed in the video is the often blurry media headline dates in the year of 2013. The video appears to be a montage of various videos with an ominous background sound. In fact, a portion of The Illuminati’s Perfect Storm is spliced into the video at 6:57. The overall video message is one of doom orchestrated by the Illuminati in its final move to create a New World Order; a plot designed to incite rebellion among the masses. One video clip narrator discusses how Lil Wayne and other recording artists are being used by the Illuminati to encourage Americans to rebel. The narrator explains that the Illuminati believes the greater the chaos, the greater the control they will gain through martial law.
You may or may not have heard of the White Dragon Society, a group that proposes to use humanity’s savings to rid the world of poverty, war and environmental destruction. Once such “evils” have been ended, the White Dragon Society claims that humanity can be “set on a path of exponential expansion”, free to reach attainable goals, such as increasing longevity, improving human abilities and using free energy. (1) Ridding the world of war and poverty and improving human abilities certainly sounds like an attractive and compelling proposal and makes you wonder why you haven’t heard of the White Dragon Society before. Until, that is, you learn about the White Dragon Society’s ultimate objective, to counter the illuminati and to fight against the “military-industrial complex”. Now you begin to suspect that the group is either another paranoid set of lunatics who believe that the world’s most powerful humans covertly control everything that happens on earth, or is out to scam people and make money. Similar to most conspiracy organizations, which are typically headed by a dynamic and convincing leader, the White Dragon Society is run by a highly motivated and persuasive “spokesperson” Benjamin Fulford. Although unlike the likes of David Icke, the British writer and public speaker who is famed for his conspiracy literature and in making millionaires from controversial media “honey”, who has attracted a flock of sceptics that believe the “former son of God” is a crackpot just out to make money, Benjamin Fulford’s objectives are a little more ambiguous to judge. Fulford is a Canadian journalist who lives in Japan. For more than 20 years, Fulford was the Asia Pacific Bureau Chief for Forbes Magazine. The journalist left his prestigious role in 2005, claiming that conflicts were arising with the editors over stories that were “getting to [...]
As I mentioned in my last article in this Philadelphia series about my trek to Philadelphia City Hall, on my way there I came across the Grand Lodge of Philadelphia and the impressive masonic symbols scattered throughout the architectural masterpiece. While I had to divert my attention on that first day so that I could make sure to get into City Hall before dark, on my way back I was able to capture a number of nice snapshots of the Masonic lodge. It was after-hours (after 5pm, nearly everything closes in Philly), but I was still able to capture some clear images of this building, which would later help me in verifying some of the history that I’d already collected about the Masonic history of this building and its members. What I would like to share with you in this update is a lineage and history that even many residents of Philadelphia (or America for that matter) realize about the members of this secret society, many of whom were the very founding fathers of the nation. Of course, for those that have studied masonic history in America, it is no secret that the country and its Constitution were very much influenced by masonic – or Illuminati – principles.
In this update on my Illuminati research, I’m going to cover an odd phenomenon I’ve noticed, where people make claims of death threats from Illuminati elements. Those of you that followed along with my early research into the original founding of the real Illuminati, and my interview with Terry Melanson, the author and researcher of Illuminati history, then you know that when it comes to this mythical “secret” society, I am not very tolerant of nonsense. Unfortunately, when you delve into this topic, most of what’s out there is nonsense. I’m not sure why this particular conspiracy theory – which often includes references to the New World Order and the Bilderberg Group – nonsense is pretty much all you find. In this article, I’m going to cover a few cases I’ve spotted where people have made claims of death threats that Illuminati members have allegedly made against them, or against other people they know. What all of these claims have in common is that (1) the people that make the claims offer no evidence, (2) they stand to gain something if people believe them, and (3) they are very bad at lying. So, without further ado, it’s time to take out the trash.
Most conspiracy theorists avoid a conspiracy like the plague. The term itself has a negative connotation. In the CT community, it’s spoken of in bitter, spiteful tones, and referred to by epithets like “New World Order” or “Illuminati.” Conspiracy theorists think of shadowy groups like the Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission. For my own part, I see the world more as a shifting competition between different conspiracies, many benign. These conspiracies are themselves only products of intrigues and political jockeying between collaborators. Did I mention I’ve always wanted to be a part of one? Growing up on William Burroughs novels and discovering The Invisibles long after everyone else, the idea of being part of some kind of shadowy coalition operating behind the scenes has always appealed to me. Ever since I can remember, I’ve always wanted to be Illuminati. Take me down to Bohemian Grove and I’ll light the pyre myself before giving Masonic daps to the entire Bush family.
1999 was the year in which David Icke broke the conspirahypocrite world big time with his tome “The Biggest Secret”, in which he suggested that ancient bloodlines of Reptilians had intermixed with the earth’s most powerful families. Icke’s work was based heavily on the rather imaginative writings of a fellow called Zechariah Sitchin. Sitchin claimed that the ancient Gods of Sumeria were indeed Reptilians. Inspired by the claims, Icke picked up the ball and ran with it. Eventually, he combined the Anunnaki with the mystic “Aryan” blonde haired, blue eyed aliens of yore. Yup, these were the very ones that George Adamski allegedly encountered. Next year, I plan to do a piece on Diana Spencer’s death for TopSecretWriters. Until then, I’ll give you a hint – I doubt she was killed as a result of seeing the Royal Family in lizard form as he has been claiming.
When discussing American intelligence organizations there are a few that come immediately to mind: the FBI, the NSA and the CIA. These organizations are always being implicated in various conspiracy theories because of their knowledge of and participation in top secret activities. However, these organizations are well-known throughout the world and have become household names across America. On the other hand, there is one such organization commonly involved in clandestine activities that receives very little media attention, is not often spoke of, and is quietly operated.
With election season on the horizon, people are becoming more interested in politics and political parties. In America, we are most familiar with the Democratic, Republican, Green, and Libertarian parties. On occasion, an odd political party will hit the scene and challenge the status quo of the political arena. An example of such a party in America is the United States Marijuana Party or the Rent Is Too Damn High Party. However, American is not the only country that has theses independent parties. One of the more interesting of these political parties is New Zealand’s New World Order Party.
Several groups are going to great lengths to fight an enemy they can’t even prove exists. A new documentary posted on conspiracyrealitytv.com calls on supporters to fight the “New World Order” through global non-compliance. The documentary paints the picture of a vast global scheme in which the world is ruled by a single bloodline. It claims we live in a world where every person is enslaved from childhood through a system of “perpetual self-generating debt” created strictly for the benefit of international banking interests. There is no room within this conspiracy theory to account for over 20 percent of Americans that have no debt other than a mortgage and a car payment. Like any good New World Order conspiracy, rambling nonsense and a complete lack of credible supporting evidence is on display. There’s no doubt about the filmmakers’ conviction or belief in the NWO, but he offers nothing more than his passion to back up such claims.