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The history of secret societies can usually be traced back to the Crusades in the 11th century. The Roman Catholic Church was responsible for organizing numerous Orders of chivalry for the crusades, under Catholic military order.

EvolutionEdit

During the crusades, there were several "Christian" orders who were so blood thirsty they became corrupt, most notoriously, the Order of the Dragon. Some of these orders, who had their origins in Knights Templar and even the Rosicrucians, had become Luciferian, even holding rituals to Baphomet. The layers of a later Freemasonry, accompanied by its symbols and rituals, became the perfect nesting grounds for societies like the Order of the Illuminati. In the present day, many of the secret societies who manage or manipulate any of the Cabal Control Centers, are either competing against each other, or are working together under an umbrella called The Cabal to facilitate the New World Order.

Order of the IlluminatiEdit

The Illuminati embedded itself as a secret society, or Brotherhood, within the onion peels of Freemasonry.

  • 1776 - A secret society was born in Theresienstraße, Ingolstadt: Order of the Illuminati, founded by Adam Weishaupt, a religion based on his twisted vision of how man should be governed.
  • 1777 - Adam Weishaupt initiated into masonic lodge
  • 1781 - Illuminati became a secret society within Freemasonry
  • 1782 - over 2000 participants attended the masonic Congress of Wilhelmsbad, sponsored by the Rothschild. It became the Illuminati headquarters.
  • 1784 - Illuminati exposed and subsequently banned by Bavarian government, along with all other secret societies
    • Most members fled to other countries, further spreading Illuminati philosophy
    • Adam Weishaupt started writing Illuminati books under the sponsorship of Duke Ernest II of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg

FreemasonryEdit

In 1798, Napoleon was initiated into Freemasonry. In 1804, Napoleon appointed himself as king of france. Napoleon's Bank de france plan to give interest-free loans to people became a threat to Rothschild. Rothschild funded both sides of the Napoleonic Wars, leading to Napoleon's defeat.

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