The Skeptics: The Illuminati

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The Illuminati Adam Weishaupt’s Bavarian Illuminati has mystified and baffled the world since its creation. Many skeptics have claimed that the world is as it is viewed. Plain and simple, people tend to believe what they are told and taught since a young age. Multiple organizations around the world, as well as a multitude of people and a plethora of events, has fueled the Illuminati conspiracy for as long as the group has existed. At the time of the group’s creation, the main purpose of the movement was to search for what they called the “light”, and know the truth. Also, to become illuminated through what they call the truth, and rise above ignorance including all false hoods. Adam Weishaupt's goals for his almost cult like group, was to…show more content…
Born in Aldeanueva, south of Salamanca, around 1485. As a teenager she joined the order and later on became known as a prophet who could converse directly with Jesus Christ. The Illuminati, at first, was not a group but more so a movement under the name “Illumines”. The Movement reached France from Seville, a city in southwestern spain, in 1623. Another body of Illumines surfaced in south of France in 1722 to 1794. People of association became known as french prophets. Illumines however, was not the Bavarian Illuminati, but instead was a movement of people who claimed to be enlightened. Multiple groups throughout history used the same or similar approach to wisdom, or “light”, hence the name “Illuminati”. The most notorious, publicly known group associated with the word “Illuminati” is of course the cult like group founded by Adam Weishaupt in Bavaria 1776. The Illuminati of Bavaria was known as a secret society whose members called themselves “Perfectibilists”. To increase mystification, towns and provinces were invested with new and altogether arbitrary designations. Entire streets and roads were used to form secrete symbols that were…show more content…
The group/ movement has been playing a role in its local government because of its founder, Adam Weishaupt. Some have even speculated that the illuminati still exist today because of constant symbolism seen on Television broadcasts, films, books, and even in music and art. Conspiracy theorists claim that not only does the illuminati still exist today, but they play an even bigger role in today’s society, one that is worldwide. Claims that the illuminati secretly run the world behind closed doors have fascinated historians and common citizens since its creation in
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