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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.

Death Threats by Illuminati Believers

Jay-Z isn’t the first pop-star musician to use occult references and images that have been connected through dim-witted conspiracy theorists to the mythical Illuminati group. Artists make use of the pyramid image, the all-seeing eye, and other images they believe make their videos and their work appear more “artistic” and creative.

What many of these musicians don’t realize, until it’s too late, is that the fans that truly believe in the Illuminati take those beliefs very seriously – many of them literally hate the Illuminati. Some are literally mentally ill, and anyone or anything they consider as somehow “connected” or a part of that hateful, “evil” group, they want to attack or threaten. This is the danger of what the symbolism and the entire concept of the Illuminati and the New World Order has become.

To take a sane approach in this surreal world where crazy people rule is nearly impossible. Every time Jay-Z makes the triangular sign with his hands that represents the diamond logo of his Roc-Nation label, Illuminati freak-believers around the world start having heart-palpitations – believing that he’s making the pyramid-sign of the evil Illuminati. (1)

Jay-Z tries to create a bit of publicity, and mentally-unstable fans assume he’s somehow connected to the Illuminati.

To make matters worse, when Jay-Z and Beyonce had their baby and named it Blue Ivy – those low-IQ fans immediately drew all sorts of loose connections between the name and the Illuminati. How can you draw such connections….oh, never put it past an Illuminati believer.

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Check out this dubious logic – “Ivy” apparently refers to “I-lluminati’s V-ery Y-oungest”, and Blue means “B-orn L-iving U-nder E-vil”. Apparently, a few folks even spelled her name backwards – Eulb Yvi – which is apparently Latin for “Lucifer’s Daughter.”

Isn’t that a nice way for fans to welcome the little girl into the world – calling her Lucifer’s Daughter? The baby was born on January 7th, 2012, and there were immediately rumors throughout the Internet that some fans planned a hospital “takeover” and that there were Illuminati-related death threats made by unruly and unstable fans. (3)

Fun stuff – and we’ve only gotten started. This example was when Illuminati believers make death threats against people they believe are members of the Illuminati. In my opinion, there’s a worse category of folk – scammers that claim they’ve had death threats from Illuminati members themselves.

Illuminati Death Threat Claims

Daniel Estulin is a Lithuanian author and public speaker who has researched the Bilderberg Group for years. He wrote the book “The True Story of the Bilderberg Group” and makes his money by traveling around the world, speaking at conferences filled with even more dim-witted Illuminati believers, describing how the Bilderberg Group intends to eventually control all natural resources of the planet.

Apparently, even Cuban dictator Fidel Castro is a Bilderberg-believer, calling Estulin’s book “a fantastic story.” (4) I think it’s fair to say that Castro’s own conspiracy-theory leanings and his gullibility in accepting the claims in Estulin’s book imply a certain weakness for counter-intelligence that might exist within conspiracy-laden books like Estulin’s.

Estulin has claimed in an Alex Jones interview to have “received information from sources inside the U.S. intelligence community”, and of course no one – especially not someone like Jones – has bothered to confirm his claim (5).

According to the book “The Illuminati: Facts & Fiction” by Mark Dice, Mark reported that:

“Daniel Estulin and his family have received death threats and worse as a result of his investigations into the Bilderberg group.”

Of course, Mark Dice does not offer a source for that claim, and it’s probably safe to assume that the source is Daniel Estulin himself, and once again, no one has bothered to ask for evidence supporting that such threats ever actually took place. (6)

Threats make for great drama, and drama sells books.

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David Wilcock Cries in Interview About Illuminati Threats

For those of you that have never heard of David Wilcock, you’re in for quite a treat. David is yet another lecturer and filmmaker, and most telling, according to his site, he is, “a researcher of ancient civilizations, conciousness science, and new paradigms of matter and energy.”

Apparently, his book “The Source Field Investigations – The Hidden Science and Lost Civilizations behind the 2012 Prophecies” published September 11, 2011, reached #18 on the New York Times Bestseller List. (8) Apparently the whole area of “divine” cosmos and human consciousness is very, very big business these days. Wilcock is milking it for everything he’s worth.

Speaking of milking it – in an interview with the highly-gullible researcher Kerry Kassidy of Project Camelot, Wilcock – a last-minute guest on her radio show – started to tearfully tell the audience how he had been threatened by Illuminati elements, telling him that he had to post a follow-up to his recent “expose”. As Kerry tries to comfort him by telling him that listeners are showering him with “white light and protective energy,” Wilcock weaves his tale and ropes in all of the readers with his little game, sniffling and pretending to cry the entire time.

“…they have sent me hundreds of documents. These documents have apparently put a bounty on my head. I have now seen the book of…codes. I have seen the exact documentation that will bring these people [illuminati] down.”

He goes on to claim that if he is killed, he’s provided explosive illuminati documents to people that will expose everything. (9)

His acting is absolutely horrible. His entire story is completely lame and poorly-fabricated. It’s totally hilarious.

Check out the interview and just try not to laugh.

The alleged death-threats were nothing more than a gimmick to draw in believers (like Kerry Kassidy and her listeners) so that they would buy his future publications revealing this big, shocking, dramatic expose of the Bilderberg group.

Of course, the big “expose” is nothing more than a book filled with loose connections, dreamed-up conspiracies and half-truths – the sort of Dan Brown-style fiction that people like Wilcock like to sell to the portion of the public that are gullible, ignorant and incapable of differentiating fact from fiction.

Both Wilcock and Estulin are modern day scam artists like those that sold miracle-pure potions and snake oil to unsuspecting common-folk.

Trust me when I tell you, friends, that the only real threats that ever take place related to the mythical Illuminati are from mentally-ill believers themselves.

As far as the “real illuminati” – I still maintain that such a group once existed many, many years ago in Europe, and that it’s ideals and people did in fact spread around the world. However, you will not learn about it by following any of these snake-oil salesmen.

You’ll learn about it by studying the history books, and by tracing the true family genealogies of the original Illuminati membership. This is the sort of work that historians like Terry Melanson have worked through, and which a select few other historians continue to dig through today. I follow their work closely. You should too – and leave the snake oil and drama behind.

References & Image Credits:
(1) The Boom Box
(2) JayzNews
(3) Global Grind
(4) Huffington Post
(5) InfoWars Interview Transcript
(6) Google Books
(7) Wikipedia
(8) Divine Cosmos
(9) Since Dutch

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