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    So my constant search for knowledge has had me stumble upon the Illuminati, I've played the video game Deus Ex Human Revolution (about Illuminati) I've watched political documentaries and was shocked that people in the government actually speak of it. No doubt their is some substance to the conspiracy of the Illuminati. The great mind that is my mind, is convinced that agents of the Illuminati is schooling select children to become agents, and to defend Capitalism. Seriously people, look at these videos they create on Youtube. It don't matter that 30% of the people think it's BS, but that their actually getting the attention of a large percentage of the population, that hints that this subliminal message, adverts etc will soon break due to the smart people actually saying that this is stupid and we don't wanna hear you talk about shit that stupid people care about. It's gonna eventually break. So whats gonna happen after that? After they reel in traffic and get what they want, power, wealth, social power. What exactly do they need, because this whole operation is clearly designed to be efficient and smooth.

    Will the movement continue to harvest influence, power and use it?

    What do you people think? It's quite the subject isn't it?


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    Think the BS number should be a lot more than 30%.

    Is there any science here?


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    I don't know what to think of the illuminati japith.

    I'm sure there are people who consider the selves illuminist.

    The thing with all these well known conspiracies is that though they might start of with some truth, these organisations would be adaptable and most of the stuff you read about them is probably produced by there own misinformation departments.

    The illuminati, the new world order, the zionists.... it's all basically different versions of the same theme.

    Who knows what to think?

    They can't all be as powerful as people are lead to beleive on youtube unless they'r all in cahoots. In which case who is inventing these conspirators? thats the real underlying conspiracy question.
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    In which case who is inventing these conspirators? thats the real underlying conspiracy question.
    The new generation of people who find the traditional Freemason-Jewish-Communist conspiracy stuff a bit boring and old-fashioned.

    So they cook up new versions. Same old tat. New colour scheme.
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    I read the Illuminatus! trilogy by Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson, when I was in my teens.

    It had me interested in this stuff for a year or two, but I don't think I suffered any long term ill effects.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpeedFreek View Post
    I read the Illuminatus! trilogy by Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson, when I was in my teens.

    It had me interested in this stuff for a year or two, but I don't think I suffered any long term ill effects.
    I read that myself years ago. When I got to the part about the "magic number", I think it was 23, I noticed that the book marker I was using had a "23" printed on it. Ooooh! No really, real story, although certainly coincidence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GiantEvil View Post
    although certainly coincidence.
    Coincidence, or synchronicity?
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    Quote Originally Posted by adelady View Post
    In which case who is inventing these conspirators? thats the real underlying conspiracy question.
    The new generation of people who find the traditional Freemason-Jewish-Communist conspiracy stuff a bit boring and old-fashioned.

    So they cook up new versions. Same old tat. New colour scheme.
    Right, so thats the original teir of the conspiracists. Not sure how much siffering the first two are willing to commit in order to have their order, but they certainly exist and run things... Therefor they probably invented the new wave of 'conspiracy theories'. Zionists are the zewish 'worst case scenario'? Illuminati are the mason 'worse case scenario'?

    Comunism is considered a conspiracy? This is new to me... Comunism is the complete opposite of masonry... and Judaism. Isn't it?
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    Just because you know that you are paranoid
    doesn't mean that everyone isn't out to get you
    nor disprove the conspiracy theorists.

    remember G. Gorden Liddy holding his hand over a flame and saying, "the trick is in not minding the pain".
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    Comunism is considered a conspiracy? This is new to me... Comunism is the complete opposite of masonry... and Judaism. Isn't it?
    No, no, no! Clearly you're not too familiar with the wonderful world of conspiracy. These three groups were held by a lot of nutters to be cooperating and coordinating a conspiracy to undermine and control the countries of the world.

    As you say, a more unlikely set of people acting with a single purpose it's hard to imagine. Until you add in the United Nations as yet another co-conspirator and then it's downright ludicrous.
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    Where did communism come it? Communism is what was before Capitalism, communism is just trying to live and survive as the idea has always done.
    The god fairing capitalism idea is what bred and created these self serving righteous psycosis creating movements.

    And it's not the governments and establishments that are to blame it's the agents that infiltrate and prosper within them, imagine if I had sick ideas about how things should work towards by ultimate agenda and I were to make my way through that career. I would then be the agent. Next time please don't claim that its the US government's fault, or the United nations because then that just distorts the authenticity of you're statement or comments, it would be better to point out the select people or agents in that particular establishment.
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