The Third I (more_light) wrote,
The Third I

Two Centuries of Intrigue

Down through the ages there have been many secret societies and conspiratorial movements that had as their goals absolute rule of the world, overthrow of all existing governments, and the final destruction of all religion. It is possible with much study to trace the origins and developments of many such movements: The early anti-Christian mysticism of the Gnostics; the conspiracy against orthodox Islam founded by Hasan Saba in Persia in 1090 AD as the Order of the Assassins; the apostate Order of the Knights Templar, whose heretical leaders imitated the Assassins' system for the destruction of Christianity

From the 13th through the 17th centuries such groups as the Luciferians, Rosicrucians, and the Levellers continued the war against Christianity that had begun in Europe with the Templars. Because a few organizational links can be found, it is even possible to establish that some of these groups were not merely imitating each other or some older system of belief. Many of these earlier movements, however, have left very fragmentary evidence, so it is not possible to trace from 1100-1700 any continuing organizational structure which was engaged in a coordinated and centrally controlled plot for world rule.

By the middle of the 18th centure, remnants and parallels of various destructive movements began to associate under a central group which was to create a continuing organizational structure that would someday, its founders hoped, rule the world after all existing religions and governments had been destroyed. As Abbe Augustin Barruel documented in his invaluable study Memoirs Illustrating the History of Jacobinism, the intellectual base for this movement was laid in the mid-18th century by Voltaire, Rousseau, Diderot, and other members of the Paris Academy. This fraternity, which sought the destruction of Christian-style civilization, referred to itself grandly as the "Philosophes."

Voltaire's influence over King Frederick of Prussia and the publication of Diderot's Encyclopedie, beginning in 1751, testified of the Philosophes' early success. The conspirators hoped that the Encyclopedie would become a standard reference source wherein every literate person would seek knowledge on all subjects and thus receive propaganda against civil order and the Christian religion. Its publication caused the influence of this group to grow rapidly.

Voltaire bore an implacable hatred of all religions, of all monarchs, and of all morality derived from religious belief. He was obsessed with a fiendish desire for the total destruction of all three. He ended all his letters with the battle cry, "Let us crush the wretch! Crush the wretch!" The "wretch" to whom he referred, of course, is Christ and His Church. Christians, said Voltaire, are "beings exceedingly injurious, fanatics, thieves, dupes, imposters...enemies of the human race." In the war against Christianity, according to Voltaire, "It is necessary to lie like a devil, not timidly and for a time, but boldly and always."

Next time, Enter the Illuminati
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the Unitarians (always sensitive and sometimes from Ohio), the Russell Trust ("Skull an' Bones") and the Waffen SS. the bastards will stop at nothing. why else would the Disney classic Song of the South be unf#ckinavailable?

and now? Mr Bush wants to go to Mars. well bless his cuggin' heart. perpetual candidate Lyndon Aitch Larouche was talking about sending a Puerto Rican woman there fifteen years ago. sure, he's clinically nuts with his promises of a nuclear reactor on every block and the re.legalization of DDT, but - dammit - i'd say that Junior owes *somebody* royalties.

moon landing hoaxed. i don't know about all that, but a Fake Space Program is the *perfect* cover to channel Billions an' Billions into Black Ops (fill in the blank / i know *i* have). and what could Young George have in mind? maybe drill a hole to the center of the earth where the Hidden Masters are said (in Nazi myth and legend) to dwell.
Nazi myth and Legend? Does that have to do with the Thule society?
Also, I thought it was interesting that the shuttle disaster in recent years prompted the proposal of a bill, by Junior, to fund NASA with Billions of dollars. I never realized that it could all be funnelled into black ops. I stopped short at thinking they were developing some kind of space related war missile defense systems or something.
Anyways, you seem to know a lot. I'm fascinated by the topics here.
i don't remember posting that stuff (it's been a long time). some of it may have come by way of Jim Keith's Casebook on Alternative 3, a fine,fine book i've unfortunately misplaced. anyway, nice to see somebody posting in this long underused community...
What happened? Why haven't there been any posts for five months?
Who are you and what did you do with the Space Lizards?