garb. One such Jesuit was a doctor of Canon Law from the Jesuit University of Ingolstadt, Bavaria, whose name was Adam Weishaupt. “Weishaupt had long been scheming the establishment of an Association or Order, which, in time, should govern the world. In his first fervour and high expectations, he hinted to several Ex-Jesuits the probability of their recovering, under a new name, the influence which they formerly possessed.”12
The organization that he founded was given the name the Illuminati which was founded May 1, 1776, only 3 years after the order of the Jesuits was disbanded. May 1 is called Beltane in the occult; it is a celebration of the coming summer observed by the kindling of fires on the hills. This can also be described in the seal of the Illuminati which is also the reverse seal of the United States of America. It shows a pyramid with 13 levels, with a capstone made of an eye with the blazing fire of the sin behind, and the motto of the Illuminati. The motto explains the aims of the organization, that motto being “Novus Ordo Seclorum” which translated into English means a “New Order Secular”, or in our modern grammar a “New World Order.”
Continuation of the Illuminati
While not an official organization bearing that name today, the Illuminati continues its work under the auspices of other clandestine groups and organizations such as the Bilderberg group. The public name of this group was derived from the Bilderberg Hotel in Oosterbeek, Holland, the site of the association’s first meeting. “There were about 80 participants including some 20 Americans. It was a very high-powered gathering of prominent politicians, industrialists, bankers and eminent public figures, writers, trade unionists and scholars. Prince Bernard, Paul Van Zeeland, and John Coleman took the chair in turn. The founder of this group was Dr. Joseph Hieronim Retinger who
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