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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.
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.
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,...
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...
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...
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...
No. They broke up around 1785. The modern, imaginary Illuminati are no more real than unicorns. They can't hurt you.
No one. 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...
No, Lady Gaga is not an Illuminati. The Illuminati is not an organization of entertainers or celebrities. 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...
The real Illuminati organization broke up in 1785. 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 Illuminati. If they don't like someone, or envy their success, they simply...
The conspiracy or conspiracies involving people in the hip hop business and the Illuminati are fantasies. Many people need fantasies to believe in because realities are too difficult or uncomfortable for them. People claiming membership in an Illuminati are people with self esteem and ego issues;...
None of the Illuminati were particularly famous. The Illuminati was an organization (1776-1785) of enlightened intellectuals of Europe 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...
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...
NO. The real Illuminati are long dead. 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...
I'm almost positive Cage is not part of the Illuminati. Definitive Jux is an independent record label owned by El-P. Both El-P and Cage seem to be anti-Illuminati. "Dear Sirs" by El-P is believed to be anti-Illuminati. There is also the song "Dead Disnee", and we all know about Disney. Cage's songs ...
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...
No. The real Illuminati broke up around 1785. The imaginary Illuminati are all that is left, and since it is impossible to join an imaginary group, Stryper can't be part of the Illuminati.
Never because the Illuminati does not exist (it was around in the 1700's but not any more).
No. Assuredly not. As there is no such thing as an "Illuminati puppet," she could not possibly be. Now had she been alive over two hundred years ago and living in Ingolstadt, Bavaria, she could perhaps have been a member of the then secret society, but since she didn't on either account, she...
No, sorry, no one is Illuminati. The order is a matter of history,  and more recently a matter of fiction.
No, Karl Marx (1818-1883) is known for his social philosophy, known as Marxism, and outlining social theories that form the economic model of communism. Marx published and lectured on his philosophy throughout his lifetime. Karl Marx was born 33 years after the Illuminati had ceased to exist. The...
No, Lil Wayne is not an Illuminati. The Illuminati is not an organization of entertainers or celebrities. 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...
No. In real life they broke up around 1785. Some people like to pretend there are Illuminati Reptilian Skull and Bones Trilateral Rothchilds Bilderberger Zionist Nazi Mafia CIA NWO Stonecutters conspirators running everything, but never are able to cough up any proof. no they are a secret...
A little naughty.
The Illuminati are as elite as you can get. They have no members at all. That which no longer exists will have difficulty recruiting. A quick note on recruiting: While the original secret society Illuminati has not existed since the late 1700's, there are those who still purport to be associated...
No, Lady Gaga has no connection to anything related to the fictional Illuminati. 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...
No, Jay-Z is not an Illuminati. The Illuminati is not an organization of entertainers or celebrities. 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....
Answer 1Not since 1785, when the real Illuminati shut down. The  fictional Illuminati was the result of fiction books, a sort of  what-if story of Illuminati really existing today.    The fictional Illuminati, complete with made-up "signs" that people  who are not Illuminati, swear are...
The real Illuminati went out of business in about 1785. The current Illuminati, being purely imaginary, can have anyone in it you don't like. You have as much right as anyone else to imagine someone is an Illuminati; you don't need someone else to imagine them for you.
The real Illuminati went out of business in about 1785. The current Illuminati, being purely imaginary, can have anyone in it you don't like. You have as much right as anyone else to imagine someone is an Illuminati; you don't need someone else to imagine them for you.
Because people love having something to fear. And since the real Illuminati went out of business in 1785 or thereabouts, you don't have to really worry, deep down inside, that Illuminati are really out there endangering you. No living person has ever been proven to be an Illuminatus in a court of...
The real Illuminati went out of business in about 1785. The current Illuminati, being purely imaginary, can have any horrible conspiracy made up about them that you, or anyone else, might think up. Whatever you hope no one ever does, just get on the Net and swear the Illuminati are doing it, and...
No there not apart of the illuminati iv been listening to daft punk for years and years no they are not part of the illuminati they dont like anything that corrupts. Example they explained the star system : they dont like to be famous there in it for the music. and they explained that money corrupts...
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...
Adam Weishaupt was the founder and leader from 1776 to 1785. Theorder has not existed since 1785, so there's your guy.
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...
he Illuminati conspiracy is a conspiracy theory which holds that there is a "global elite" society that is either in control of the world, or is seeking to take control of the world. As with most conspiracy theories, beliefs regarding the Illuminati conspiracy vary widely. As a result, it is...
Nope. No such critter as the Illuminati, other than a footnote in  history, more recent fiction, and in the minds of the uneducated or  delusional paranoids.
Adam Weishaupt, professor of canon (church) law, founded the  Illuminati in 1776, and ran for his life nine years later when it  was disbanded.
Since around 1785 (when they broke up), the (real) Illuminati group has been fictional. It exists 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 are in...
The 'Illuminati', an organized in 1776 by Adam Weishaupt in Ingolstadt Bavaria. Although the membership rolls were kept secret, eventually around 2000 throughout Europe, some known members were: Baron Adolph von KniggeFerdinand of Brunswick Franz Xaver von Zwack Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Johann...
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...
You don't, because they don't exist any more. The Illuminati were a secret society in the 16th and 17th century that practised mysticism and philosophy. They have been heavily prosecuted for that during those times and today they don't exist any more.Look in the mirror, and say "I am an Illuminatus...
famous singer Sherrie Lea who openly speaks out about the new world  order which is real and printed on the back of the us dollar.
The real Illuminati broke up around 1785. The modern day Illuminati, being imaginary, can have anyone in it you don't like. Just pick out a name, say they are Illuminati, and you are a real life Conspiracy Theorist! Please note that accusing people of being criminal conspirators is not wise unless...
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...
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...
Since around 1785 (when they broke up), the Illuminati group has been fictional. You have as much right to imagine yourself an Illuminati as anyone else. Welcome!
Bush, whether it is George Herbert Walker Bush or George W. Bush, is not a part of the Illuminati. They do; however, support a New World Order.
No one is in the Illuminati currently. It no longer exists, not  since the late 18th century. When it did exist there were only  about two thousand people in south central Europe who were  associated with it.
THE ILLUMINATI CODE By Ed Russo is a book about them. Since the (real) Illuminati broke up ca. 1785, it would be more proper to ask what the Illuminati Code *was*. Please don't confuse the real group with the imaginary Illuminati beloved of conspiracy theorists today.
yes because he turned to christ. also check out john todd testimony very deep
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...
Chicken.Well, in real life, 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...
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...
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...
The Illuminati were a secret society in the 18th centuy, whose  members were dedicated to enlightenment era philosophy, and  separation of church and state.
There is no evidence to support such a wild claim. It's all hearsay and gossip. Blogs and social networking sites are not a form of proof, they are also hearsay. The Illuminati hasn't been an organization for over two hundred years. If someone is calling himself or someone else is calling someone...
no   No, of course not. The "Illuminati" (The Enlightened) was believed  by some to be a real organization in the 1700's, but, if it existed  then, there is no credible evidence that it still exists today. It  would be very difficult to remain secret in today's world of  investigative...
The Illuminati hasn't been an organization for about two hundred years. If someone is calling them self or someone else is calling someone Illuminati, it's just a word connected to nothing; like calling someone one of the Knights of the Roundtable. The Illuminati was an organization of intellectual...
Freemasonry is a real organizatrion, or group of organizations,  which has thousands of members from all across the world. The  Illuminati does not exist: it was disbanded in 1785, and now it is  only a fiction created by conspiracy theorists to bilk the gullible  and naive out of their sense...
Nothing. 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...
The Illuminati was never about worship of any kind. It was an organization for the improvement of society in general. 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...
No, Trey Songz is not an Illuminati. The Illuminati is not an  organization of entertainers or celebrities.
Not since 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, CIA, NWO, Stonecutters No Homers plot! Yes it does...
The Order of Illuminati was founded 1 May 1776 by Professor of Canonical Law (Ingolstadt University) Adam Weishaupt. It grew to about 2,000 members until drawing negative attention from Duke of Bavaria Karl Theodor, perhaps under the influence of his cousin the Bishop of Nuremberg. In 1785 Duke...
I seriously doubt it. The Illuminati is not an organization of singers or artists of any kind. 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...
No, Drake is not an Illuminati. The Illuminati is not an organization of entertainers or celebrities. 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....
Heres the deal, you cant be in the illminati or a member or whatever you wanna call it, you have to be BORN into the illuminati, the illuminati is a group of elite families, if their blood doesn't run through your veins, they ccouldn't care less about you. Freemasonry is free to everyone and yes...
Illuminatus is Latin for "enlightened." Illuminati would be in English "enlightened one."
No, but people can call themselves whatever they like. See the link below. 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...
NO. The real Illuminati are long dead. 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...
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...
If he was born in Europe at least 250 years ago, then maybe. If not, he's not Illuminati.
No one is in the Illuminati. They ceased to exist over 200 years ago
No. You sell the soul of your favorite chocolate chip cookie. Wait!  Cookies do not have souls, least of all chocolate chip cookies. So,  no riches for you.    Silly person, the Illuminati does not exist, and has not since  1785.
The Masons are in the phone book. The (real) Illuminati broke up ca. 1785. The imaginary Illuminati are wherever the conspiracy buffs like to pretend. Try looking under your bed. No one alive has ever been shown to be an Illuminati in a court of law; it is just a smear name given by the envious.
An imaginary group. The real Illuminati broke up ca. 1785. People envious of others (public figures, etc.) like to pretend there is still such a group. That way they can pretend the reason they are nobodies, is that they were never allowed in. Alternately, people believe them to be a group of ...
In real life, no. 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 envy them,...
No. It's impossible. The (real life, not modern imaginary) Illuminati broke up ca. 1785. So all its members are already dead. You can't kill someone who is already dead.
In real life, they aren't here. 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...
The masons do not worship satan. While they maintain their secretes, enough of them have died that their books are available in used book stores. Anyone can read their dull books and find out about their dull doctrines. The illuminati attempted to join the masons in Germany but the masons refused to...
All of them; none of them. The problem is that the Illuminati does  not exist. This makes it difficult for anyone to resist them, or to  fight against them.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. had nothing secret about his mission. In fact, he believed that it was time to shout it loud and clear that African Americans (who were Negroes at the time) were now demanding their rights as citizens of the United States. It's even quite likely that he had never heard of...
No rappers are Illuminati. The Illuminati is not an organization of entertainers or celebrities. 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...
Only their tinfoil hats.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...
Unless Ne-Yo is singing about a 200+ year dead organization, and  there is no reason to believe he is, there is not relationship  between "Closer" and the Illuminati.
At this time, the net worth of members of the Illuminati is zero. All members of this organization have been dead for almost two hundred years, the organization was dissolved in 1785.
Highly unlikely. The Illuminti ceased to exist 200 years ago. In addition it was for intellectuals and enlightened people.
Very unlikely. His "link" to the illuminati is that:1. His jersey number was 23. Certain fanatics believe that 23 MIGHT be linked with the illuminati.2. He has a commercial agreement with Gatorade, which is owned by Pepsi.3. (This is the best part) Certain fanatics believe that Pepsi is an...
No. The real Illuminatis split up around 1785. So it is impossible.
Freemasonry is a fraternal organization that uses the metaphors of operative stonemasons' tools and implements, against the allegorical backdrop of the building of King Salomon's temple to convey what has been described by both Masons and critics as "a system of morality veiled in allegory and...
No, Denzel Washington is not an Illuminati. The Illuminati is not an organization of entertainers or celebrities. 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...
As he was not born when the Illuminati existed he cannot regret being a member as he never was one.