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The Illuminati

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A common theme of conspiracy theories, the Illuminati has captured the imagination of writers and story tellers since the 18th century.
In present day life, no one. They broke up around 1785. The modern, imaginary Illuminati are no more real than unicorns. Of course, you have as much right to declare yourself an Illuminatus as anyone else. You can be one if you want. But it is very wrong to call someone else one just because you e…
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The real Illuminati broke up ca. 1785. The imaginary Illuminati are a product of conspiracy theorists' imagination. Anyone they dislike or envy, they declare to be an Illuminatus. No one, repeat no one, has ever been proven to be (in modern times) an Illuminatus, in a court of law.
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The Catholic Encyclopedia states that in fact he did return to Catholicism and repent the err of his ways. As to his ancestry no note is given.
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You don't! Chosen by birthright. You don't join, you are chosen. As of now, the Illuminati does not actively look for new "members" if you will. The Illuminati, at this point, still prefers to remain small and "off the radar" of the New World Order. Small teams are organized around the world. If a…
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Are you refering to a global secret society called the Illuminati (the "Illuminated Ones" as they call themselves) have been holding the reigns of power in the world since ancient times, expanding their power out of the Middle and Near East (and other centres) to control first Europe and then, than…
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having to put down an animal,losing an animal in surgery,being bitten or scratched,i don't know any more
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Despite popular paranoia about the subject, I do not believe that the Bavarian Illuminati still exist.
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That's easy, anyone born in Europe at least 250 years ago, then maybe. If not, they're not Illuminati.The original Order of Illuminati was organized in 1776 in Bavaria to bring together a group of enlightened thinkers. In 1785, Duke Charles Theodore, ruler of Bavaria, outlawed secret organizations, …
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The Illuminati is a fictional group based on the "Bavarian Illuminati," an Enlightenment-era secret society founded on May 1, 1776, which disbanded in 1785. The term continues to be used in popular fictional references, and in conspiracy theories. The actual modern existence of any such group is unp…
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Exactly no one. The Illuminati do not exist. Oh, there are a number of "organization" who claim connection to the defunct Order of Illuminati, some even borrow from the name. The fact is that the Illuminati was disbanded in 1785, and has not existed since.
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Because their religion is the true religion and they want non-Muslims to realise that their religion is not right, and the Muslims want them to convert and have a better life
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The Lord be with you. The Lord be with you-all. "The Lord be with you."Dominus Vobiscum (with an M) The Lord be with you
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The Islam is the world second biggest religion and it is fastest spreading religion in the world.
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May 1, 1776. See link below.
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The Illuminati were a secret society in the 18th century that practiced mysticism and philosophy. They were heavily prosecuted for that during those times and today they don't exist anymore. The Illuminati often play a role in modern (and not so modern) conspiracy theories. Some people believe the…
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In real life, no one alive is part of the Illuminati. They broke up in 1784. All modern Illuminati claims are fictional. Not one of the claimed people has ever been proven Illuminati in a court of law.Some like to pretend otherwise, as it is more fun to pretend the reason you are not successful is t…
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While Horus is to the ancient Egyptians a solar deity, he pre-dates Christianity and the Illuminati. The Illuminati was an organization (1776-1785) of enlightened intellectuals whose goal was the overthrow of an oppressive monarchy. They were very unsuccessful in their endeavor because that monarch…
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Not really. This is a very common internet rumor, with no truth to it. The Illuminati do not exist; they were said to exist in the 1700s, but there is no evidence of their continued existence since then. However, let's look at this: linked, not part of, and like not the actual group. Well, that bein…
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Only fictional organizations or individuals are controlled by the Illuminati. Real people are controlled by their own imaginations.
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The Illuminati existed for a very brief period of time - 1776-1786 and then died out. It was a group of intellectuals who wanted to promote equality and democratic principles. All this stuff about the Illuminati you read today is all based on fiction. There isn't an ounce of truth or proof to the va…
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Adam Weishaupt, professor of canon law, Ingolstadt, Bavaria, Germany, 1776. It came to an end nine years later in 1785.
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Write the message down on a sheet of vellum. Fold the sheet twenty-two times in half. Place the folded vellum sheet inside a hand-hewn box of Thismia americana wood. Seal the box in eleven layers of gold leaf. On the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, under the light of the…
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A member of the Illuminati was called an Illuminati or Illuminatus. The word itself is Latin and translates as "Enlightened Ones". The Illuminati, however, are not and never have been a "sect". They began as an agnostic society, primarily composed of wealthy scholars, merchants, land-owners, crusade…
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There is *no* hard evidence of their existence since 1785. Conspiracy buffs in recent years have adopted a fictional book's claims the Illuminati still exist, as being real. There is no actual evidence of this. They will claim Masonic imagery as "Illuminati", even though the real Illuminati was not …
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Since you have to exist to be evil, the Illuminati are not evil. the Illuminati (1776-1785) was never an organization of the wealthy. The 'Illuminati', was founded by Adam Weishaupt, a Bavarian writer and scholar, to oppose superstition, prejudice, religious influence over public life, abuses of sta…
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The 'Illuminati', was founded in 1776 by Adam Weishaupt, a Bavarian writer and scholar, to oppose superstition, prejudice, religious influence over public life, abuses of state power, and to support women's education and gender equality. The organization eventually numbered about 2000 members throug…
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The 'Illuminati', was founded on May 1, 1776 by Adam Weishaupt, a Bavarian writer and scholar, to oppose superstition, prejudice, religious influence over public life, abuses of state power, and to support women's education and gender equality. These goals were not evil, they were goals to overcome …
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In present day life, no one. They broke up around 1785. The modern, imaginary Illuminati are no more real than unicorns. Of course, you have as much right to declare yourself an Illuminatus as anyone else. You can be one if you want. But it is very wrong to call someone else one just because you en…
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None. They no longer exist. There was once such a group, centuries ago. There is *no* hard evidence of their existence since 1785. All modern references are fictional, with the exception of groups that use the name openly in its sense of being wise. This does not make them part of any group that van…
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Nope.
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They are similar, but not the same. They each have different beliefs, practices, and more importantly, goals. I would suggest you read up on it yourself if you want to know, but I cannot tell you if they are pitted against each other.
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No. As the Illuminati no longer exist, haven't actually for over 220 years. Considering that the real Illuminati was disbanded in 1785, all of the members have long since passed away.The Illuminati broke up in 1785. To my knowledge, they were never spectacularly good or bad. The modern day imaginar…
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Well, the Freemasons existed long before the founding of The Order of Illuminati, and continue to exist long after the disbanding of the Illuminati in 1785.
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There was once such a group, centuries ago. There is *no* hard evidence of their existence since 1785. All modern references are fictional, with the exception of groups that use the name openly in its sense of being wise. This does not make them part of any group that vanished in 1785, of course. C…
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The original Order of Illuminati was organized in 1776 in Bavaria to bring together a group of enlightened thinkers. In 1785, Duke Charles Theodore, ruler of Bavaria, outlawed secret organizations, which disbanded the Illuminati. Any group claiming that name or anyone claiming to 'know' about a gro…
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The only symbol used by the Illuminati was the 'Owl of Minerva' from Greek mythology; an owl perched on an open book. A symbol representing the scholars who formed the organization. The Illuminati was an organization (1776-1785) of enlightened intellectuals whose goal was the overthrow of an oppress…
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They are already stopped. The organization broke up around 1785, but there are some people who enjoy pretending that the reason they are such losers is that all the good stuff is sewn up by an Illuminati, Reptilian, Skull and Bones, Trilateral, Rothchilds, Bilderberger, Zionist, Nazi, Mafia, MI6, C…
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No, the Illuminati no longer exists. The 'Illuminati', was founded by Adam Weishaupt, a Bavarian writer and scholar, to oppose superstition, prejudice, religious influence over public life, abuses of state power, and to support women's education and gender equality. One of the goals of the Illumin…
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In real life, no one is part of the Illuminati. They broke up in 1785. All modern Illuminati claims are fictional. Not one of the claimed people has ever been proven Illuminati in a court of law. Some like to pretend otherwise, as it is more fun to pretend the reason you are not successful is that …
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Since around 1785 (when they broke up), the (real) Illuminati group has been fictional. You can't join them. The modern, fictional Illuminati exists only in the imagination of conspiracy theorists. It is a sort of strawman or scapegoat organization. Anyone the Conspiracy Theorists dislike or envy, …
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Definately not,He subcribe to Africanism nothing else.
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The Illuminati was an organization (1776-1785) of enlightened intellectuals whose goal was the overthrow of an oppressive monarchy and the control of civil authorities by the Roman Catholic Church. The founder was Adam Weishaupt, a Bavarian writer and scholar. The organization was very unsuccessful …
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You mean the Illuminae? Some people say so. Some people say the Church uses Pagan rituals. Joseph Smith was good friends with Aleister Crowley (Master Satanist of the 20th Century). Have you ever seen the Mormon entrance to the Salt Lake City, Utah, Temple? There is the "all-seeing eye" above it (a …
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The real Illuminati was a short lived intellectual group (1776-1785) of enlightened intellectuals whose goal was the overthrow of the oppressive monarchy controlled by the church in Rome. They were very unsuccessful in their endeavor because that monarch successfully destroyed the organization and i…
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No. It simply would not have been possible.
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The 'Illuminati', an organized in 1776 by Adam Weishaupt (1748-1830) in Ingolstadt Bavaria; the original was the Bavarian Illuminati with an initial membership of five. Although the membership rolls were kept secret, eventually around 2000 throughout Europe, some known members were: Baron Adolph von…
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They once existed, but broke up hundreds of years ago. It was a sort of scientific haven that opposed the oppression of the Church; it was not and is not an attempt at world domination. Some mistakenly think it was a Masonic organization, and think that since the Masons still exist the Illuminati mu…
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A nice limestone Ionic, a beautiful Doric, a warm but gaudy granite Corinthian column, and an artfully crafted Norse totem. Seriously, that a two hundred plus dead organization has "four pillars" or any foundation meaningful to anyone today is slightly less ridiculous than the previous farse.
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No, he died about 225 years before the Illuminati were organized.  In real life, no one is part of the Illuminati. They broke up in 1785. All modern Illuminati claims are fictional. Not one of the claimed people has ever been proven Illuminati in a court of law.  Some like to pretend oth…
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The (real life, not modern imaginary) Illuminati broke up ca. 1785. So it's impossible.
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That would be extremely unlikely. Unless you believe that the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention plus all the ministries of health of nearly every nation in the world is conspiring to make this happen and unless you believe that there is such an organization…
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The only Illuminati that exists today is the invention of writers and bloggers who enjoy feeding the imaginations of paranoid and naive individuals, and scam artists who enjoy separating the same group from their money.
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Dominus illuminati means [Lord of the Enlightened One]
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The 'Illuminati', an organized in 1776 by Adam Weishaupt (1748-1830) in Ingolstadt Bavaria; the original was the Bavarian Illuminati with an initial membership of five. Although the membership rolls were kept secret, eventually around 2000 throughout Europe.When Karl Theodore became ruler of Bavaria…
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No, Michael Jackson's celebrity and isolation from a normal life, with the help of people who wanted a part of his world are responsible for his death. NO. Michael Jackson's personal doctor/nurse messed up, and he died naturally,but the doctor should have taken care of him The (real life, not mode…
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Nope, and I regret to inform you that the Illuminati is dead. Actually, that's not new info; the organization has not existed since 1785. The dead cannot worship anyone or anything.
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RE-balance the good and evil in our world. Start with yourself. AFTER that, then others. Learn that we are are ALL GOD. Violence will not be the way to "fight". Even Illuminati or Rich elite know this. They're already "poisoning" our food to make us ignorant and/or die off. Although they (Illum…
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They broke up around 1785. The modern, imaginary Illuminati are no more real than unicorns. It is very wrong to call someone else one just because you envy them, the way people do these days. That's accusing them of conspiracy-- not something you want to try unless have an unlimited legal budget. …
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There is *no* hard evidence of their existence since 1784. Conspiracy buffs in recent years have adopted a fictional book's claims the Illuminati still exist, as being real. There is no actual evidence of this. They will claim Masonic imagery as "Illuminati", even though the real Illuminati was not …
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In real life, no one is part of the Illuminati. They broke up in 1785. All modern Illuminati claims are fictional. Not one of the claimed people has ever been proven Illuminati in a court of law.  Some like to pretend otherwise, as it is more fun to pretend the reason you are not successful is…
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Because they lack understanding of who the Freemasons and Illuminati really are. Good answer, and I agree, but it is also because of a tremendous amount of propaganda set against them, most of it being false.
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Not that we know of. All investigations say Lee Harvey Oswald wasn't hired by anyone to do this assassination. He just wanted it himself.
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The original Order of Illuminati was organized in 1776 in Bavaria to bring together a group of enlightened thinkers. The founder was Johann Adam Weishaupt, a German philosopher and a professor at the University of Ingolstadt. Originally Weishaupt had planned the order to be named the "Perfectibilist…
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No, there is no relation between Illuminati and Judaism.
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The Illuminati ceased to exist many years ago. No one is a member.
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no he is just an old skool singer think he illuminati
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No. The Illuminati broke up around 1785. They are, in modern times, purely an imaginary group. Conspiracy buffs like to pretend there is such a group, for some reason. But aside from such delusions, no one actually believes in the Illuminati. From what I gathered, the Illuminati officially disbande…
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"The Round Table of the Bilderberg Network" is an elaborate construct of writers of fiction where the rich and the powerful meet to decide the world's fate. There is no basis in fact regarding the modern day Illuminati, the 'table' or any members. Any groups claiming to be or named as 'Illuminati' s…
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NO. The real Illuminati are long dead. The Illuminati was an organization (1776-1785) of enlightened intellectuals whose goal was the overthrow of an oppressive monarchy and the control of civil authorities by the Roman Catholic Church. They were very unsuccessful in their endeavor because that mona…
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Since around 1785 (when they broke up), the (real) Illuminati group has been fictional. It exists only in the imagination of conspiracy theorists. It is a sort of strawman or scapegoat organization. Anyone the Conspiracy Theorists dislike or envy, they declare, on no evidence of course, that they ar…
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Europe and Bavaria. You'll need a time machine; the real Illuminati broke up ca. 1785. The imaginary Illuminati are a product of conspiracy theorists' imagination. Anyone they dislike or envy, they declare to be an Illuminatus. No one, repeat no one, has ever been proven to be (in modern times) an …
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The likelihood that a genuine organization resembling the legendary Illuminati exists is about nil. It probably doesn't exist, and probably never did. There are groups that exist in the modern world that may present themselves as an off-shoot of the Illuminati or even as the remnants of that organ…
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The Illuminati was an organization (1776-1785) of enlightened intellectuals whose goal was the overthrow of an oppressive monarchy. They were very unsuccessful in their endeavor because that monarch successfully destroyed the organization and imprisoned their leadership. The only Illuminati that exi…
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The (real life, not modern imaginary) Illuminati broke up ca. 1785. So it's impossible.
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The real Illuminati broke up around 1785. The imaginary Illuminati will never die so long as there are Conspiracy Theorists who need a strawman organization to take the blame for their own failure to earn high office. No one, repeat no one, living today, has ever been proved an Illuminati in a court…
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I doubt it, as they were forced to break up around 1785. But some people like to pretend they are still around and that everything is a Illuminati Reptilian Skull and Bones Trilateral Rothchilds Bilderberger Zionist Nazi Mafia CIA NWO conspiracy. It gives them the feeling they are in on something an…
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The only symbol used by the Illuminati was the 'Owl of Minerva' from Greek mythology; an owl perched on an open book. A symbol representing the scholars who formed the organization. The Illuminati was an organization (1776-1785) of enlightened intellectuals whose goal was the overthrow of an oppress…
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No. No, Chris Brown is not apart of the illuminati. Entertainers and celebrities are not part of the Illuminati.
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No. The Masons have no interest in such, and the Illuminati does not exist.
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No. The real Illuminatis split up around 1785.
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1) The real Illuminati organization broke up in 1785. They're long dead already. The imaginary Illuminati has anyone in it that a Conspiracy Theorist wants it to. Please take note that "no living person* has ever been proven in a court of law to be an Illuminatus. If the Conspiracy Theorists don't …
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George W. Bush is a member of a secret society, but it is not the Illuminati.
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No. The (real) Illuminati broke up around 1785. The fictional Illuminati, of course, can control nothing.
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Absolutely not, Michael was a strong Christian his entire life and he was NEVER in ties with the illiuminati, sorry to say but you have read to many Dan Brown books. In real life, no one is part of the Illuminati. They broke up in 1785. All modern Illuminati claims are fictional. Not one of the cla…
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You are misinformed. The members of the Illuminati were all dead about 200 years before the deaths of Biggie and Tupac.
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No, its a rumor
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The Illuminati (the *real* Illuminati) was a group of perhaps 2,000 freethinkers, some of them Masons. The group lasted about a decade and broke up in 1785. Some years back a couple of fiction authors wrote books in pretense that the Illuminati had hidden perfectly for centuries and were secretly ru…
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There are no music artists in the Illuminati. The Illuminati is not an organization of entertainers or celebrities.
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Yes, many of the members were quite religious.
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No, because the group hasn't existed for over 200 years.
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The real Illuminati broke up around 1785. The Illuminati was a short lived organization (1776-1785) of enlightened intellectuals whose goal was the overthrow of an oppressive monarchy and the control of civil authorities by the Roman Catholic Church. They were very unsuccessful in their endeavor bec…
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Yes. If you send them money, they will eventually send you information on how to market products from your home. Forgotten by them is that if you had a product people cared for, you'd not need such basic advice, and certainly not need to pay $35 for what can be found on the net for free.
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Look in the mirror, and say "I am an Illuminatus!" You have as much right to declare yourself a member of the Illuminati as anyone else. After all, the (real) Illuminati broke up ca. 1785. The modern Illuminati are a product of the imaginations of conspiracy buffs. The real Illuminati are dead, the…
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Wikipedia is a good place to start any information search, but should not be the only thing you search! If I remember correctly, the real Illuminati went out of business in 1785 or thereabouts. There has been no (real) trace of them since, which to a conspiracy theorist means "They're perfect at hi…
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The Illuminati was an organization (1776-1785) of enlightened intellectuals whose goal was the overthrow of the oppressive monarchy controlled by the church in Rome. They were very unsuccessful in their endeavor because that monarch successfully destroyed the organization and imprisoned their leader…
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No. They broke up around 1785. The modern, imaginary Illuminati are no more real than unicorns. They can't hurt you.
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