PERFECTIBILISTS THE 18TH CENTURY BAVARIAN ORDER OF THE ILLUMINATI PDF

I published a follow-up of that investigation back in November. Regardless, the search continues. This history started with the Bavarian sect founded by Adam Weishaupt which eventually spread throughout much of Europe and even throughout the East. Not long after I published that history, I was pleasantly surprised when I was contacted by author Terry Melanson, the owner of the popular website the Conspiracy Archive. Terry wanted to help correct a few of the inaccuracies of that early history, and in the process he introduced me to his book titled Perfectibilists, The 18th Century Bavarian Order of the Illuminati.

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I published a follow-up of that investigation back in November. Regardless, the search continues. This history started with the Bavarian sect founded by Adam Weishaupt which eventually spread throughout much of Europe and even throughout the East. Not long after I published that history, I was pleasantly surprised when I was contacted by author Terry Melanson, the owner of the popular website the Conspiracy Archive. Terry wanted to help correct a few of the inaccuracies of that early history, and in the process he introduced me to his book titled Perfectibilists, The 18th Century Bavarian Order of the Illuminati.

I was happy to get in contact with someone who has already devoted so much time and effort into digging for true facts and evidence supporting the beginnings and the spread of the Illuminati throughout Europe and eventually the rest of the world.

Terry sent over a review copy of his book, and over the next couple of months I worked diligently at digesting the years of research that he had packed into this impressive work. It was the age of enlightenment, and along with the Rosy Cross and other secret societies, the Illuminati led the way for common men to meet in secret where they could read and discuss banned literature.

According to Terry, these societies led the way for commoners to join together, to discuss freedom and liberty, and to break out of the bonds that both Roman Catholic religious doctrine and the feudalist governments laid upon the commoners like chains. Terry essentially connected together the impressive research of several Illuminati scholars to point out the obvious conclusion — that Illuminati leader J.

C Bode had clearly gone to Paris in to conspire and incite the Masons in France in a drive for revolution. In many cases Terry uncovered some of the most blatant Illuminati hoaxes that many conspiracy theorists ignore — such as the myth that the Illuminati was a Satanic and Luciferic Society. On page , at the end of Chapter 3, Terry provides an outline of how the writing of French hoaxer Leo Taxil, meant to display the gullibility of Christians, ended up creating one of the longest-running myths of all time.

It goes to show how difficult it is to eradicate a hoax once the false meme of a hoax has been injected into the world. A Diary of Illuminati Members Using his skill at extracting membership evidence from the earliest journals, letters and writings of early Illuminati members, Terry essentially created an encyclopedia of Illuminati members.

The next half of his book is an entire compilation of the Illuminati members that Terry has identified. The alphabetized list of hundreds upon hundreds of identified Illuminati members is not completely surprising, considering that during the time period involved, there is sufficient historic evidence to prove that these secret societies were running strong throughout most of Europe. In fact, Terry does a brilliant job in his book in debunking some of the longest-running Illuminati conspiracy theories that you find online these days, such as that of the Great Seal of the United States representing the seal of the Bavarian Illuminati.

An active mind would probably come to the conclusion that they were too similar to be coincidence. Yet Barton and Thomson borrowed from earlier designs of the previous committees, and the unfinished pyramid was already a feature in the only one year after the birth of the Illuminati itself design of a fifty-dollar colonial note by Francis Hopkinson.

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Select Page Bavarian Illuminati The Illuminati is an elite organization of world leaders, business authorities, innovators, artists, and other influential members of this planet. The Bavarian Illuminati was a secret society founded by Adam Weishaupt in By , the despotic Elector of Bavaria Karl Theodore had issued his first edict against the order eventually putting an end to the Bavarian Illuminati. They want to be members of the most powerful source of power in the world. Et harum quidem rerum facilis est et expedita distinctio.

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