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Purpose of the Illuminati

The Iluminati promotes spiritual enlightenment.

Our membership draws from the worlds oldest secret societies including Freemasonry & Skull/Bones

We unite the worlds top most influencers in every sector to help shape a better new world order

As the Illuminati we believe in the intrinsic ability of every human being to achieve and become

Membership in the Illuminati is a journey of self discovery and illumination

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What is the Illuminati

The Illuminati is the world's oldest secret society founded on 1 May 1776 by a Jesuit Priest & Freemason philospher in Germany

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History of the Illuminati

History of the Illuminati

The Illuminati ( Bavarian Illuminati) is a secret society founded on 1 May 1776. Many influential politicians, business, artists & religious people are members of the Illuminati

Jesuit Priest, Adam Weishaupt founded the Illuminati with the goal to to oppose superstition, obscurantism, religious influence over public life, and abuses of state power.

Many influential intellectuals and progressive politicians counted themselves as members, including Ferdinand of Brunswick and the diplomat Xavier von Zwack, who was the Order's second-in-command


Illuminati founder: Adam Weishaupt

Illuminati founder: Adam Weishaupt

The founder of the Illuminati was Johann Adam Weishaupt, he was born on 6 February 1748

Weishaupt was a Jesiuit Priest, Freemason and professor of Canon Law at the University of Ingolstadt.

On 1 May 1776 Weishaupt & 4 students Massenhausen, Bauhof, Merz & Sutor formed the Perfectibilists

In April 1778 the order became the Illuminatenorden (Order of Illuminati) with the Owl of Minerva its symbol.

The Illuminati & the Freemasons

The Illuminati & the Freemasons

Weishaupt joined the Freemason in February 1777 admitted to the lodge "Prudence" of the Rite of Strict Observance

In March 1779 Weishaupt obtained formed a Freemanson lodge called Theodore of the Good Council in Munich

Freemason Grand Master Adolph Knigge joined Weishaupt's lodge (The Illuminati) in 1780

In 1782 Lodge Theodore became an independent masonic lodge & by 1784 had over 2500 members

Banning of secret societies

Banning of secret societies

In 1785, Duke of Bavaria Karl Theodor banned secret societies, including the Illuminati

After the ban of secret societies, the Illuminati went undeground & members starting using pseudonyms

In 1798, George Washington wrote about the Illuminati threat confirming its existance after the ban

The birthplace of the Illuminati

The birthplace of the Illuminati

The Illuminati was founded in the city of Ingolstadt in Germany on 1 March 1779

Weishaupt formed the Order of the Illuminati to oppose the abuse of power

The Illuminati grew to over 2 500 members in Germany, France, Hungary, Italy and Poland