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feisty goddess
Wednesday, May 4th, 2011, 06:11 AM
I am interested in all of these Illuminati conspiracy theories circulating around on google and youtube, do you think they have some truth to them or are they just the work of pure nutcases or people wanting to attract attention? One of the key things they say is a way for them to control people are these distractions like being preoccupied with extra studying, television, facebook etc. that are supposed to detach people from what's going on. I have to say that sounds like a pretty reputable theory, but I am an extreme skeptic nonetheless.

Thors Hammer
Wednesday, May 4th, 2011, 06:20 AM
Think about this;

If these Masonic orders are so powerful, why are morons like Alex Jones and David Icke still alive and living well? Go ahead and make a video questioning (NOT denying it, just questioning it) the 6 Million Jews myth and see how your life turns out:thumbdown

The Mason's were originally Pagans who were driven underground due to presection, and the Pagans set up orders to keep the ancient mysteries and knowledge alive through various ways (e.g. The Renaissance) however over time Jews and Christians joined, properly crypto-ones, and the original intent was eventually changed to what modern freemasonary is, a Jewish/Christian universalist sect, and most of them of just men's club, but some are used to determine future leaders.

Schopenhauer
Tuesday, May 10th, 2011, 02:55 AM
Think about this;

If these Masonic orders are so powerful, why are morons like Alex Jones and David Icke still alive and living well? Go ahead and make a video questioning (NOT denying it, just questioning it) the 6 Million Jews myth and see how your life turns out:thumbdown

The Mason's were originally Pagans who were driven underground due to presection, and the Pagans set up orders to keep the ancient mysteries and knowledge alive through various ways (e.g. The Renaissance) however over time Jews and Christians joined, properly crypto-ones, and the original intent was eventually changed to what modern freemasonary is, a Jewish/Christian universalist sect, and most of them of just men's club, but some are used to determine future leaders.

I'm sure Mr. Irving would have plenty to say in response to your first paragraph. :)

As for the modern day Freemasonry, I believe they have their origins in the various secret societies founded by certain freethinkers of the 16th and 17th centuries. The aim of these societies doesn't seem to have any magical overtones, and were, from what I have gathered, maintained primarily to discuss changes in the social structures of their representative countries.

Der Polarwolf
Wednesday, August 10th, 2011, 04:39 AM
I am interested in all of these Illuminati conspiracy theories circulating around on google and youtube, do you think they have some truth to them or are they just the work of pure nutcases or people wanting to attract attention? One of the key things they say is a way for them to control people are these distractions like being preoccupied with extra studying, television, facebook etc. that are supposed to detach people from what's going on. I have to say that sounds like a pretty reputable theory, but I am an extreme skeptic nonetheless.

I personally think these Illuminati and Freemason conspiracy theories are, in themselves, are a clever way to distract the people from the Jews and their liberal pets. Plus, not only do the purveyors of these conspiracies demonise the symbols and beliefs of our forefathers, they often buy into the holocaust myth.

David Duke has something interesting to say here. While he does not tackle the theories themselseves, he gives his view on one the many purveyors, Alex Jones.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5D857XkeQSo


And here are skeptical examinations of the Illuminati:

http://www.skepdic.com/illuminati.html

http://www.ukskeptics.com/article.php?dir=articles&article=the_illuminati.php

http://www.skepticfriends.org/forum/topic.asp?ARCHIVE=true&TOPIC_ID=830

http://www.skepticworld.com/illuminati/overview.asp

Go ahead, call me a sheep. Call me ignorant. Call me a "disinfo" agent. I do not care!