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Posted Oct 30, '11 at 6:10pm

dair5

dair5

2,479 posts

I think stupidity scarred my brain.

Just a guess.

But I'm pretty sure the illuminati were just a group of people who didn't belive in the christian faith a long time ago. (I think). I don't know where people got that they were santainst who are taking over the world soon.

 

Posted Oct 30, '11 at 6:13pm

Kasic

Kasic

5,564 posts

I stupidity think my scarred brain.
What's that supposed to mean?

I think stupidity scarred my brain.
Just a guess.

A+ dair.

I don't know where people got that they were santainst who are taking over the world soon.

No idea either, although satanism is usually considered evil by people who have no idea what it is.

 

Posted Oct 30, '11 at 6:20pm

Turtelman1234

Turtelman1234

1,008 posts

I think stupidity scarred my brain.

Well, if the Illuminati is what they're cracked up to be, wouldn't it be safe to assume that they would gather in a place where the most powerful people in the world go to make decisions on what to do with the world? Seems logical to me, considering that everyone says they want to establish a new world order, which could probably only be safely done through the meetings at the Bohemian Grove.

 

Posted Oct 30, '11 at 6:37pm

Kasic

Kasic

5,564 posts

Seems logical to me, considering that everyone says they want to establish a new world order, which could probably only be safely done through the meetings at the Bohemian Grove.

That's the thing with conspiracies. You can think up logical reasons for it, but it's just so insane that you really have to be brainwashed into believing it or just dumb.

 

Posted Oct 30, '11 at 6:44pm

Turtelman1234

Turtelman1234

1,008 posts

That's the thing with conspiracies. You can think up logical reasons for it, but it's just so insane that you really have to be brainwashed into believing it or just dumb.

I never said I believed it, I said that if they do exist, they'd probably conduct their works through the meetings there. The most powerful men in the world go there to conduct business and other political matters. And most Illuminati members would probably be rich, considering that everyone accused of being a member has been a politician or famous music artists (The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, etc.) so they could definitely pay the $25,000 membership fee and they're in...if they exist, that is. It could actually just be a bunch of rich famous people playing golf and doing other things done at a country club. But nobody knows for sure because non-members aren't allowed within so many feet to it, cameras aren't allowed, and the place guarded by people in watch towers and people in cop cars guarding the road to it.

 

Posted Oct 30, '11 at 9:31pm

zakyman

zakyman

1,588 posts

Hey, not saying that this proves anything, it's just really interesting.

copy and paste this URL into your address bar:

www.itanimulli.com

It's really cool

 

Posted Oct 30, '11 at 10:04pm

Kasic

Kasic

5,564 posts

Hey, not saying that this proves anything, it's just really interesting.
copy and paste this URL into your address bar:
www.itanimulli.com
It's really cool

What does that even have to do with the topic? I see that itanimulli can be re-lettered to spell illuminati and it brings you to the NSA homepage. Doesn't really do much though other than show they have a sense of humor.

 

Posted Oct 30, '11 at 11:35pm

CommanderPaladin

CommanderPaladin

506 posts

For all their power, the Illuminati is not the most powerful secret society in the world.  The Illuminati reports to/takes orders from an even more shadowy group known only as the Council of Seven. 

I learned this on a tv series on the History Channel that deals with such mysteries.  It's called "Decoded" and is hosted by one Brad Meltzer.

 

Posted Oct 30, '11 at 11:40pm

Masterforger

Masterforger

1,633 posts

The "illuminati". Tuh. As if they have any real power. As if they aren't just another cult funded by directors and authors that want to incorporate them into their stories. Don't you find it odd how they're in so many stories and movies? They're just fanatics. It's the real powers one should be worried about

 

Posted Oct 31, '11 at 8:28am

soldier7

soldier7

125 posts

Probably ran for the hills, considering from his posts it didn't sound like he knew a whole about the Illuminati, to begin with.

no i havent run away

The "illuminati". Tuh. As if they have any real power. As if they aren't just another cult funded by directors and authors that want to incorporate them into their stories. Don't you find it odd how they're in so many stories and movies? They're just fanatics. It's the real powers one should be worried about

exactly the higher ups i belive some of the ancient Egyptians were illuminati. you know the pyramid with they eye? yes some proof there also ( i dont know what substance it was) why was the top of some pyramids built whith gold or something like that. i think its because that reperesents the higher ups and those are the real powers master forger talks about

 
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