So back in the day, the Masons seemed to work against monarchies and believed in an egalitarian “brotherhood of man”, and even instigated both the French and American Revolutions. But then there’s all this material that links them to the Illuminati, a group of degenerates obsessed with pure blood, protecting a hierarchical system through covert acts of violence, and the eventual elimination of the majority of the human species. What gives? What the fuck happened?
Well, I found the answer. Check this quote out.
“I have been convinced that we, as an order, have come under the power of some very evil occult order, profoundly versed in Science, both occult and otherwise, though not infallible, their methods being black magic, that is to say electromagnetic power, hypnotism, and powerful suggestion. We are convinced that the order is being controled by some Sun Order, after the nature of the Illuminati, if not by that order itself.”
- Duke Ferdinand of Brunswick, head of Freemasonry in 1782
There you go; there’s the answer. Just a few years after the American Revolution, the Illuminati infiltrated the Masons. That’s the problem with lack of transparency; the Masons worked in the shadows to subvert corrupt regimes, then they were themselves swallowed by something that loves to work in the dark – to the point that the head of the fucking Masons himself thought that the entire organization should be disbanded! Of course, they weren’t, and probably on the lowest levels they still espouse the same values of egalitarianism that they always did, which is exactly why that awful Robin Hood movie that starred the guy from Gladiator was rife with Masonic themes of revolution. They still have lower-level guys working for them who actually believe that their secret society is making the world a better place. What a joke!
It always disturbed me that so many of the founding fathers were Masons. I mean those motherfuckers put their lives on the line (not just their money and their reputation) to fight back against an imperial superpower, and it made sense in terms of their statement of ideals, which was very anti-monarchical and sounds like the egalitarianism that we take for granted today. But then after I read the comic From Hell, and then did a little reading on the internet, it made the Masons sound like a good ol’ boys club of elitists who were completely willing to do black ops wetwork for the British royal family – you know, it sounded the same as evil always sounds, one guy scams another guy, backs get scratched, money changes hands, some people end up getting murdered, shit gets brushed under the rug… same old bullshit. But the kind of people who get hardons over hanging out with elites and exchanging money under the table aren’t the same kind of people who wage guerilla wars against imperial superpowers – something was missing.
Now shit is making sense! So if the Masons used to be a secret society where common men and dudes with funds could join, be equals, and plot against established powers like royal families and the church, and even help spark the American and French revolutions, then the only way they could really turn to the dark side would be if they were infiltrated by an elitist group like the Illuminati. Which wouldn’t be hard; if a secret society has zero transparency, how in the hell would the rank and file have any fuckin’ clue if the head was cut off and replaced with a sentient turd?
But here’s the real mind fuck!
“We form an association of brothers in all points of the globe… Yet there is one that is unseen that can hardly be felt, yet it weighs on us. Whence comes it? Where is it? No one knows, or at least no one tells. This association is secret to even us, the veterans of the Secret Societies.”
- Giuseppe Mazzini (1805-72), the fucking head of the Illuminati
… So does anyone have any idea who he’s referring to?
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