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Illuminati Chronicles #0008 - Bavarian Illuminati Horoscope By Klaudio Zic
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The Moon in aspect with Venus stands for initiation system. The master is never satisfied. See also the Aspectarian as well as recent note on shaman boy. Next initiation: May 11th 2013.
Code of the Illuminati By Abbé Barreul
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This work is of considerable interest because of the extensive quotes from the actual literature of the Bavarian Illuminati. Founded in 1776, shortly before the American Revolution, the Bavarian... More > Illuminati were a secret society with a revolutionary ideology, and a centralized structure. According to Abbé Barreul, they subverted the Masonic lodges of Europe, and were one of the key driving forces behind the French Revolution.< Less
Philo’s Reply To Questions Concerning His Association With the Illuminati By Jeva Singh-Anand, Adolph Freiherr Knigge
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If you are interested in the serious study of the notorious Bavarian Illuminati, Adolph Freiherr Knigge’s “Philo’s Reply to Questions Concerning His Association with the... More > Illuminati” is a must-read. This book is the first full-length translation of any work by a major player of this secret and once very powerful brotherhood. Here’s what you will discover in this book: • A character sketch of the order’s founder, Adam Weishaupt • An outline of the Illuminati’s degree system • The story of the Illuminati’s rise to power • A short autobiography of one of Germany’s most profound thinkers and writers: Adolph Freiherr Knigge • The story of the schism between Weishaupt and Knigge< Less
Proofs of a Conspiracy: Against All The Religions and Governments Of Europe, Carried On In The Secret Meetings of Freemasons, Illuminati, and Reading Societies By John Robinson
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Written by John Robison, a Scottish Professor, “Proofs of a Conspiracy” was meant to warn the world that the forces which attacked and defeated the French monarchy and begin “The... More > Terror” we still alive and well. In the book Robison followed the 1776 founding of the Bavarian Illuminati by Adam Weishaupt, a professor at Ingostadt, and the later suppression of the order in 1785. At that time members of the Bavarian Illuminati went underground all over Europe and the Americas, joining Masonic lodges and setup covers for their activities.. In this book Robison laid the groundwork for modern conspiracy theory by implicating the Illuminati as responsible for the bloodthursty excesses of the French Revolution. Discover the truth about the Illuminati if you dare!< Less
Memoirs, Illustrating the History of Jacobinsm By Abbé Barreul
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The Bavarian Illuminati was founded in 1776, were a secret society with a revolutionary ideology, and a centralized structure. Barreul was a respected historian, even though he wrote from a... More > decidedly bias point of view. He was able to view the primary source documents and interview participants. As such this book is today, in and of itself, a primary source of the Illuminati. Today, civil society in Europe and America has in concepts at least, subscribed to the ideas of 'Liberty and Equality' that the author thought would lead to the complete breakdown of civilization. The Bavarian Illuminati are considered by some to be the philosophical forerunners of the Communist, Fascist ideologies. It is ironical that Barruel who was also a Jesuit , whose order is also tainted by the same criticism that the Illuminati, would pen a book that itself, many ways, reminds us to the fanatical, educated, obbedient and centralized Jesuit order.< Less
Memoirs, Illustrating the History of Jacobinsm By Abbé Barreul
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The Bavarian Illuminati was founded in 1776, were a secret society with a revolutionary ideology, and a centralized structure. Barreul was a respected historian, even though he wrote from a... More > decidedly bias point of view. He was able to view the primary source documents and interview participants. As such this book is today, in and of itself, a primary source of the Illuminati. Today, civil society in Europe and America has in concepts at least, subscribed to the ideas of 'Liberty and Equality' that the author thought would lead to the complete breakdown of civilization. The Bavarian Illuminati are considered by some to be the philosophical forerunners of the Communist, Fascist ideologies. It is ironical that Barruel who was also a Jesuit , whose order is also tainted by the same criticism that the Illuminati, would pen a book that itself, many ways, reminds us to the fanatical, educated, obbedient and centralized Jesuit order.< Less
The New Hermetics Equinox Journal Volume Three By Jason Augustus Newcomb
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This journal contains many exciting essays expanding the scope and practice of the New Hermetics. This is the most diverse collection of authors and ideas so far. Included in this volume are articles... More > on talismanic magick, candle magick, Tarot divination, General Semantics, and many other topics including two memoirs of advanced magical experiences, a new translation of the tantric text Vijñänabhairava, and a supplement containing most of the extant English source materials of the Bavarian Illuminati including extensive extracts from initiation rituals and instruction.< Less
Memoirs Illustrating The History of Jacobinism. Part III --- Vol. III, The Antisocial Conspiracy. A Modern Translation From The London First Edition. By Augustin Barruel
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Rose City Books is honored to present this new edition of Augustin Barruel's, The Antisocial Conspiracy, the third volume from his History of Jacobinism. It's superbly translated from the 1798,... More > London first edition, and handsomely formatted in the original layout style. Also included for historical reference is the 1798, British Critic (scholarly review of the third volume), plus single letters from Thomas Jefferson & George Washington, and five source images. Originally written in French, Barruel's massive authoritative work (four volumes in total) was completed in 1798. And the third volume was just making its way to the press (near the end of 1797), when Robison's Proofs of a Conspiracy was published. This third part details the hierarchy of the Bavarian Illuminati secret society, and its founder Adam Weishaupt.< Less
Code of the illuminatti By Abbe Barreul
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This is the third part (of four) of Abbe Barreul's massive polemic history of the French Revolution. This portion of this book is of interest because it contains extensive quotes from the actual... More > literature of the Bavarian Illuminati. This is the most comprehensive work in English on the historical theory, structure and practice of the Bavarian Illuminati. It complements Robison's Proofs of a Conspiracy, the other major contemporary account. Founded in 1776, shortly before the American Revolution, the Bavarian Illuminati were a secret society with a revolutionary ideology, and a centralized structure. According to Abbe Barreul, they subverted the Masonic lodges of Europe, and were one of the key driving forces behind the French Revolution. New members were gradually initiated into the group's radical ideas, which, according to Barreul, were atheist and anarchist in essence.< Less
Memoirs Illustrating The History of Jacobinism. A Translation From the French of The Abbe Barruel. Part III. --- Vol. III. The Antisocial Conspiracy. The London First Edition (1798). By Augustin Barruel
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This is a classic reprint of the London first edition, of Augustin Barruel's, The Antisocial Conspiracy, the third volume of a massive four part work. This piece details the hierarchical structure... More > of the Bavarian Illuminati, as well as some passages concerning its founder, Adam Weishaupt. Thomas Jefferson read the third part, and he also penned his views concerning Barruel's assessment, in a letter to Bishop James Madison (Jan. 31, 1800). This 1798 edition (translated from the French) also included the original appendix regarding the death of Voltaire.< Less