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No. They are a mail scam company. The PostMaster General in Bufalo New York has been made aware of this group's illegal fraud practices. They send out letters demanding payment for something never signed for and they they threaten you if you do not pay. In the legal community this is known as Harassment and Mail Fraud. Throw their letters away instead of falling prey to their "free" report.
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Logy means study and astro means outer space. As a matter of fact it is a part of science.
Astrology is not a science because it does not use scientific methods to do what it does. And what it essentially does it "predict the future" or allow "guidance" to be intuit…ed and given to individuals to assist in decision making. All the information is gleaned from the interpretation of the positions of bodies in the sky. Let's go a bit further. While astrology borrows the tools of the astronomer, it is what it does with them that makes a difference. Astronomers watch space objects and the manner in which the heavens change with the movement of planets and other celestial bodies. So do astrologers. But the latter apply systems, beliefs, traditions, lore and other "arcane knowledge" to use the position of things in the heavens to gain knowledge of the future or insight into coming events. Further, this is applied in ways that "help" individuals to chart a course in their lives. The astrologer is the interpreter of the "heavenly signs" and what they mean to a given individual. In some odd way, many of us want to gain a bit of insight into things to come. Sure, a winning lottery ticket would be a nice benefit, but we'd like to know if we are, say, in the right job, in the correct relationship, or even living in the right part of the world. Astrology attempts to provide "guidance" to us when we have questions about aspects of our lives that we'd like some help with. The problem is that astrology really cannot "predict" things in the future. Anything it allows us to know beforehand is not repeatable. And repeatability is a key component of science. If astrology was a science that allowed us to know if we would be, say, happy in a given relationship, it could do that for everyone we apply it to. Astrology cannot do this, and that's why it is not considered a science.
Astrology is NOT one of the sciences. Astronomy and cosmology are both sciences, but astrology absolutely is not.
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 th…e Illuminati.
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 an…d Bones, Trilateral, Rothchilds, Bilderberger, Zionist, Nazi, Mafia, MI6, CIA, NWO, Stonecutters No Homers plot! Yes it does still exist its your say to believe in it though. Look up on youtube 'Lady Gaga secret messages in Alejandro.' Clearly proving that if singers at these ages are in it they MUST still be ruling. ITS SOO CONVINCING TOO! Also PAY ATTENTION TO ALL THESE 'HIT' songs these days there trying to send a message. For example, kesha, Justin bieber, kenye west, ect. THERE ALL STUPID! Revers their songs and they send messages. even see for yourself :)
The people who are not part of the Illuminati are every person now living in the world.
Consider for a moment that the governments of the world have been in the business of governance for a very long time, and while people (like sheep) can be steered in a directi…on for a short time, it is difficult at best to get any sized group to a chosen destination. The supposition that a secret society of human herders are driving the events of the world toward some malevolent ultimate end is ludicrous at best. Besides, no credible evidence that any rational person would accept exists to prove the existence of the Illuminati as depicted in popular fiction like that of Dan Brown and the other conspiracy mongers. Those who choose to surrender their ability to guide their own lives and sublimate their choices to some phantom boogeyman will eventually find themselves in a hole of their own construction. Unfortunately, they will never accept that they dug the hole themselves, no matter the mountain of evidence that is dumped over them.
Build a time machine, travel back to 1780s Bavaria, and apply for membership.
"astrologer" is a noun.
Because much like the Isrealites, we adopted an attitude that we can do things on our own (mankind), and in doing so we have slowly taken God out of the equation. This results… is a self-sufficient society that no longer relies on God as our strength and guide through this life.
500 year old spiritual astrological society
Astrology is a noun.
In real life, no one. 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. Som…e like to pretend otherwise, as it is more fun to pretend the reason you are not successful is that you are opposed by a huge unfightable conspiracy. Illuminati - Past and PresentPast - The only current members of the Illuminati are either dead for almost 200 years or are fictional. The organization disbanded in the late 1700s but it's a favorite device for fiction writers today. It's also used by some real people today to give themselves an air of mystery and power; or by someone referring to someone else to give themselves an air of knowing secret and mysterious things. People calling their group by this name does not make them Illuminati, it makes them 'wannabes, very much like people today calling themselves Nazis. Present - Conspiracy theorists believe the Illuminati, though said to have disbanded in the late 1700s, is active today. They also believe that the Illuminati is one of the key groups leading the world to a New World Order, one world government, etc. Whether fact or fiction, it's interesting to read and form your own conclusions about. But while making up your mind, remember that there is no shred of evidence that such a group exists. The most logical interpretation of this, is that no such group currently exists.
Yes, carta engorius is a SCAM. Nobody paid them $350 to contact you. You were on a mailing list that they hit. If you respond, they will send you 3 envelopes..the first ha…s a picture of Thomas Aquinas, the second a bill and the third some kind of talisman and another bill. If you don't sent them money, they will not only bill you again, but add a LATE FEE to it and a threat to send it to a collection agency.
No, no. Two reasons this is not possible: 1). The Illuminati, whenit existed, sought to extricate man from religion, and theWatchtower Society is decidely religious; and 2). T…he Illuminatihas not existed since 1785, the Jehovah Witness church finds itroots in the early 20th century, long after the Illuminati passedinto the past.