Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Illuminati Toolbox - Planned Incompetence ~ Dr Dennis Cuddy w/ Radio Liberty 12.6.13

At the end of Part 1 of this series, I mentioned the acceptance of world citizenship was an important part of the Illuminati's plot (just as it's an important part of the plan of the Power Elite [PE] today). Relevant to this, shortly after Ernst von Gochhausen was dismissed from the Illuminati, he wrote a novel titled Exposure of the Cosmopolitan System: In letters from ex-Freemasons (1786), in which the hero asks his superior, "What purpose do the Illuminati have in infiltrating and dominating Masonry?" The response was, "To emancipate all of mankind from religious and political slavery." And the superior continued: "When nations are no longer separated from one another; when citizens are no longer influenced by the exclusive interest of any state or the parochial sentiment of patriotism.... World citizenship. What does it mean? You are either a citizen or you are a rebel. There is no third choice...."

Concerning the strategies of the Illuminati, they are similar to those of the PE today. For example, the Illuminati adopted the Machiavellian concept that "the end justifies the means," contrary to the Biblical admonition that one should not do evil that "good" may come from it. Today, one can see some of the PE's activities regarding population control as exhibiting the same perspective of "end justifies means."

The plot of the Illuminati began to be exposed by the Bavarian Court of Enquiry which commenced its investigation in 1983, and it concluded with the abolishment of the Illuminati in 1786. There had already been friction within Weishaupt's ranks as Baron Adolph von Knigge (code name Philo), who was initiated into the Illuminati in July 1780 and was Weishaupt's second in command, resigned on April 20, 1784 over Weishaupt's direction and dictatorial management of the Order as revealed in the Supplement of Further Original Works (1787) regarding the Illuminati. Next year (1788), Baron von Knigge wrote: "As a rule, under the veil of secrecy, dangerous plans and harmful teachings can be accepted just as well as noble intentions and profound knowledge; because not all members themselves are informed of such depraved intentions, which sometimes tend to lie hidden beneath the beautiful façade...." (See Steven Luckert's dissertation titled Jesuits, Freemasons, Illuminati, and Jacobins: Conspiracy theories, secret societies, and politics in late eighteenth-century Germany).