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The Illuminati Owl The Bavarian Illuminati


In the 1780’s Adam Weishaupt was a professor of philosophy at the University of Ingolstadt in Bavaria. The institution was operated by Jesuits, and the professors were clerical, all except for Weishaupt. With the Jesuit controls over university courses in place, Weishaupt plotted to secretly introduce Enlightenment era thinking and teachings to the students. He planned to develop a strict course of rites and mystery school rituals that could be conducted through the faculty, as long as each member adhered to a set of ideas, concepts, and gnosis which only Weishaupt approved and distributed.
The mystery school program he was developing would become known as ‘The Illuminati”.

Bavarian Illuminati Adam Weishaupt Book


Inspired by the secret society groups of his era, and with the intention of subverting the education system from within, Wesihaupt founded the Illuminati on May 1, 1776.

The goal of the Bavarian Illuminati became to covertly recruit and install as many professors, staff, and students in the European education system as possible, who would thus repeat concepts that Weishaupt alone held. Obedience to their master of the Illuminati was critical for all members of this secret society to observe.

The Bavarian Illuminati was organized like a complex spy organization, papers were distributed to students in secret meetings or hand offs, and group members were unaware of one another. Weishaupt was fascinated by occult rituals and mystery school levels, or grades, where he believed hidden secrets could become revealed, and so Weishaupt attempted to gain access to other societies, such as the Free Masons.

By the 1780s the Illuminati had attracted some 650 members. The group required the payment of dues, and numerous rich and highly successful persons of the era became  members, including a number of Jesuits. By the 1780s the organization was still under construction, as Weishaupt sought to reveal the upper tier secrets of Masonry, and include those levels in his Illuminati grades. During this era the long standing rule for Masons, was that individuals gathered in Masonic Halls would refrain from the discussion of politics or religion. However, the secret society groups and clubs of Europe provided the ample recruiting grounds that Weishaupt and his Illuminati guild were seeking. Illuminati members spoke ‘openly‘ in clubs about the need for changes in the education system and their grievances with the Church. This behavior sparked an uproar amongst the Masons and other groups who reported on the activities of the Illuminati to the Church.

“…even within our midst did we find many a Judas Iscariot…” – Adam Weishaupt, Illuminati (1787)


On an errand through the countryside, and with papers that detailed the goals of the Illuminati in hand, Weishaupt and members of the society were accused of trying to derail society and were ousted from Bavaria. Panic struck numerous communities who learned of the Illuminati, and the charges of conspiracy were lauded toward Weishaupt and any Illuminati followers. Fears that the Illuminati were behind revolutions such as the French and American Revolutions grew, and authors of the day began to research the depth of Illuminati activities.

“When Priest Lanz was slain on his way to Silesia, in Regensburg at Weishaupt’s side by lightning; this was regarded as a judgment of God; they sought to hand over his papers, which, apart from the well-known memorandum, contained nothing of the slightest importance; a separate commission was made after his place of residence, forced
to preserve his other writings; he was said to have been an Order Bishop, and had gone to Silesia as a religious command.” – Adam Weishaupt, Illuminati (1786)


Originally, Weishaupt did not see anything wrong with creating a secretive network of Masonic spies, essentially capable of disrupting society – and hidden within places of authority. The government of Bavaria, however, was alarmed and outraged, they quickly outlawed all Illuminati, vowing to execute members who practiced or inducted anyone into their circle. Weishaupt became upset with the numerous charges of conspiracy, even in his time he was labeled a ‘villain’, so he set about to write numerous volumes to explain the Illuminati, comparing his dealings to the plight of early Christians, and modern Free Masons.

Adam Weishaupt On Christians

“They accused them, as can be seen in the Apologies of Justinus, Athenagoras, and other Church Fathers, of secret attacks on the state, of the gods’ denial, of the bloodshed, and of every sexual intercourse in their secret competencies, even the murder of children, and the enjoyment of the flesh of men and the deceased. They deduced this from the simplicity of their worship, from the slander and lie from the secular toward the kingdom of Christ, from among them the usual name of sister and brother, the agapes, and the misunderstood enjoyment of the body of the Lord. And thusly the Christians were persecuted; the bitterest fates were from this time on their appointed share.” – Adam Weishaupt, Illuminati (1786)

Adam Weishaupt On Free Masons

“When Freemasonry became acquainted with the first meal, it was impossible to understand in the barbarism of the period how it was possible to unite secretly without betraying a state, to bear dangerous attacks, to make a covenant with the Devil, to deny religion, or to promote prophecies and all kinds of fornication. Here, too, were found similar slanderous monsters, who gave their defamation the necessary mark of truth, and Freemasonry was pursued.” – Adam Weishaupt, Illuminati (1786)


The Bavarian Illuminati was put to an end, leaving some 2,000 members stranded, and a distraught Weishaupt, likely filled with guilt, is claimed to have renounced secret societies altogether, eventually helping to build a church in Gotha before his death.

“His numerous apologetic writings failed to exonerate either the order or himself. Being now the head of a numerous family, his views on religious and political matters grew more sober. After 1787 he renounced all active connexion with secret societies, and again drew near to the Church, displaying remarkable zeal in the building of the Catholic church at Gotha. he died on 18 November, 1830, “reconciled with the Catholic Church, which, as a youthful professor, he had doomed to death and destruction”–as the chronicle of the Catholic parish in Gotha relates.” – Catholic Encyclopedia


The Illuminati had received such wide spread fame throughout numerous secret societies in and around Europe, eventually weaving its legend through the United States.

The 1800’s “Illuminati Panic“, prompted via the Churches of Europe, and fueled by the theorist of the US and France, were given proclamation of warning to their congregation – the possibilities of a ‘hidden Illuminati’, still continued, lurking in shadow government and elite circles, more covert and deadly than before. Theorist of this era speculated that this new Post-Illuminati was funded via the banking empires of the Oppenheimer’s and Rothschild’s.

“The Rothschild’s had played a major role in the Bavarian Illuminati, and it is known that a least one of the sons of Amsel was a member. As the reader remembers, Amsel placed his sons in the major European capitals, where they each set up the principal banking houses. By their own secret intelligence service and their own news network they could outmaneuver any European government. The large amounts of voluminous correspondence by Rothschild couriers attracted attention, but no one ever stopped their personal intelligence and mail services. After the Bavarian Illuminati were exposed, the central occult power over the European secret societies shifted to Carbonarism a.k.a. the Alta Vendita, led by another powerful Rothschild, Karl Rothschild, son of Amschel.” – Bloodlines of the Illuminati

George Washington Illuminati Masonic

President George Washington stated that he knew the Illuminati were active in the US, however, he felt that the societies of Masonry in his era would not succumb to the ideals of hidden agendas, or covert application. He believed that the Masonic halls of early America were loyal to the ideals of justice, and freedom – rather than subterfuge and collusion.


“It is not my intention to doubt that the doctrine of the Illuminati and the principles of Jacobinism had not spread in the United States. On the contrary, no one is more satisfied of this fact than I am.
The idea that I meant to convey, was, that I did not believe that the Lodges of Free Masons in this Country had, as Societies, endeavored to propagate the diabolical tenets of the first, or pernicious principles of the latter (if they are susceptible of separation).” – President George Washington, (1798)

Washington was optimistic regarding the Illuminati. They were in the US, but not operating at a capacity capable to disrupt American lodges, nor propagandize the newly forming Republic. Was this belief naïve on behalf of the President? The theorist of early America believed so.

The Bavarian authorities kept secret many of the names found in the original writings of the Illuminati – on purpose – out of fear of the repercussions, while the Illuminati themselves, in correspondences, would frequently only give an alias or initials and leave us with very little else to go on. Some, but not all, of the missing names have since been identified – Conspiracy Archive

Analysis Of Adam Weishaupt

What can we glean in regards to Adam Weishaupt, founder of the Illuminati? Were his goals of creating a secular world order even obtainable? Or were they more likely the fantasies of a jilted professor whose career under the Jesuit Education system had floundered, stymied – or been overlooked? Was the Illuminati really born out of a jealous need for self gratification, or merely a concealed grudge? Weishaupt was certainly inspired by the occult, by the philosophies of the ancients, and through the mystery religions of his day. This grand conception he birthed, THE ILLUMINTI, the ideals and matter of subterfuge with which the Illuminati behaved, his zeal for secretive protocol and control left behind, long after his death, still haunting the world with the prospect of hidden apostasy and the aim of a New World Order. Weishaupt had essentially opened Pandora’s Box, creating a chaotic nightmare in the process, unable to ever redeem himself before, or after death.

Devil Hand Sign Owl Horn Trump Illuminati

At Left A Secret Society – The Bohemian Grove Club – Whose Member Is Making A Toast Using The Devil Hand Sign – ‘The Horned Owl’ – At Right Satanist, Rockers, And Trump


Placed in position of authority on matters of history and education, Eurocentric Secularist have always been utilized as ‘useful fools’, by those in upper tier positions of power. The elite are inclined to hold strange occult and spiritual beliefs, contrary to the message of Christ, and oft conduct themselves in unison with secret rituals or rites. Whenever the demonic exploits of the elite are exposed it is the job of the Eurocentric Secularist to gloss over and omit from history these facts. Such is the case of the genocide committed during the so-called French Revolution, an era of unprecedented evil towards the truth seekers in 1780s France during what is known as the reign of secular terror.

I will never cease to repeat that The [French] Revolution has come from Masonry and.. the Illuminati” – Alloys Hoffman, Vienna Journal (1793)

Jacobins Club Slaughter Innocent


Terror is nothing more than speedy, severe and inflexible justice; it is thus an emanation of virtue; it is less a principle in itself, than a consequence of the general principle of democracy, applied to the most pressing needs of the patrie.” – Maximilien Robespierre, Jacobins Club


In English Gematria ‘Jacobins Club’ equals 666. The Jacobins Club, whose leaders held positions within French secret society, were building upon the Cult of Evil, an ideology of corruption and twisting of the moral obligations of true Christian values as espoused via the Biblical Christ. The role of the Post Illuminati was to deny Christ, install a secularist base of ‘free educators’ through which they may cull the populace via the ‘art of omission’, demoralize men, and eventually compromise all religions from within to form a secularist utopia – New World Order. This goal was set about to be accomplished via the financial backing of European Masonry.

“The New World Order as envisioned by the Elite is hardly a recent undertaking. Theirs is a philosophy rooted in ancient occult traditions. Success is near, and the infiltration of society by New Age occultism is the reason for this success. The New World Order has never been solely about world government, rather, from the beginning its proponents have been privy to secret doctrines and it is a spiritual plan more than anything.” – Terry Melanson

During the 1780’s social unrest had begun to stir amongst a minority of the upper elite within Europe. Social clubs and Secret Society groups had become a burgeoning means for both the rich and upper middle class to gather and discuss their opposition to their government and hatred of morality. A political minded secret society known as the Jacobins emerged as the power brokers of French dissolution, and after forming a pact between the neo-Atheist and Eurocentric Secularist of their day, set about to terrorize members of the clergy, heads of state, and the vast swaths of innocents caught in the cross fire of the so-called “French Revolution” – a massacre against people of faith.

“Why did it take place? Because a people was chosen to be liquidated on account of their religious faith. Today we demand a law officially declaring it as a genocide; we demand a statement from the president; and recognition by the United Nations.” – Philippe de Villiers, MPF Party

Led by a deist ‘freethinker’, Maximilien Robespierre, Jacobins were the precursor to the vile Nazi SS. Members of the Church were brutalized under the Jacobins, including nuns who were beaten and raped. Children were starved to death and removed from their homes. Poor farmers and shop keepers were executed, while truth seekers were sent to the guillotine. Numerous homes were subjected to warrantless searches and fathers were either thrown into overcrowded prisons, tortured, or round up and shot in large numbers. These were the virtues of ‘enlightenment’ and the product of Eurocentric Secularist thinking.

“Let’s make terror the order of the day!” – Bertrand Barere, Committee of Public Safety, Free Mason

Robespierre, like Nazi Germany, was a proponent of burning books and concealing knowledge. His deplorable group of terrorist were in favor of killing and targeting any opposition to their way of thinking, and thusly created the ‘Committee of Public Safety’, a police state protocol for the swift deliverance of prison sentences and speedy executions. All women were subjected to wear a tri colored ribbon, those seen without one were subject to harassment or possible execution. The Nazi party would later adopt this ribbon concept for the Jews. The Committee mostly targeted truth seeking individuals and Christians, and the number of those executed via the Jacobins in Paris and around France is roughly 40,000. Numerous Christians would have their homes and funds taken from them and given over to the Secularist. The complete death toll of the so-called Revolution is estimated at over 1,000,000. While poor peasant Christians were the specific target of the massacre of Vendéeans, resulting in the deaths of 170,000.

“Historians believe that around 170,000 Vendéeans were killed in the peasant war and the subsequent massacres – and around 5,000 in the noyades.” – Telegraph UK


The Jacobins set about to establish enemies in the public mind, their target was the Christians, who they blamed for poor social inequality, and the hoarding of wealth – the SAME page from the rule book of later Nazi propaganda. Neo-Atheist of the era wished to rationalize the horrors of the Jacobins and held no sympathy toward the plight of the innocent, protocol later used to dehumanize the Jews in Nazi Germany. Today Eurocentric Secularist rationalize the atrocities committed via the Jacobins, in part by omitting the truth from History, as well as proclaiming these atrocities were somehow merited because the Church ‘had it coming’. In reality any terrors committed against any persons is an abomination to man and God. It is unacceptable and inexcusable in any era and goes against the principles of Christ.

“It’s the rare case of a people rising up for religious reasons. They did not rebel because they were hungry, but because their priests were being killed, it is my burden – and my great honour – to defend the Vendée to the end of my days. The Vendée is not just a province of France, it is a province of the spirit. If today we enjoy the freedom to worship the way we choose, it is largely down to the sacrifice of those who died here.” – Philippe de Villiers, MPF Deputy

Signs Of The Illuminati Occult Symbols


In the modern vernacular the use of the term ‘Illuminati symbolism’ encompasses the entire spectrum of esoteric and occult ideals which are displayed as a commonly recurring device (hidden narrative), or motif which originated within the secretive mystery schools or secret society. After the fall of the Bavarian Illuminati, a new crop of secret societies would appear that would encompass numerous hidden ideals that were born from the Illuminati, and European Masonry.

Below is source from the Conspiracy Archive:

Nearly all of the founding members of the Mainz Jacobins were initiates of the Illuminati, and in addition to Mathias Metternich and Anton Josef Dorsch, we can list the following:

  1. Felix Anton Blau (1754-1798)
  2. Johann Christoph Blessmann (1760-1836)
  3. Johann Georg Wilhelm Böhmer (1761-1839)
  4. Johann Adam Caprano (1760-1800)
  5. Franz Anton Chambion (1754-1822)
  6. Johann Heinrich Rudolf Eickemeyer (1753-1825)
  7. Andreas Josef Christian Hofmann (1752-1849)
  8. Johann Stephan Köhler (1733-1815)
  9. Johann Adam Lang (1752-1790)
  10. Franz Konrad Macké (1756-1844)
  11. Johann Georg Nimis (1754-1811)
  12. Johann Valentin Schumann (1733-1803)
  13. Lorenz Schweickhard (b. 1768)
  14. Friedrich Joseph Stumme
  15. Adam Umpfenbach (b. 1748)

There can be no doubt that the Illuminati operated within the French secret scenes during the so-called French Revolution, and the topic of this was detailed in numerous volumes created during that era, while discoveries of previously unreleased Illuminati material are still being brought to light, despite the wishes of Eurocentric Secularist.


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