During the last years, a new trend appeared in Hollywood: secret societies being at the center of movie intrigues. Some might find this surprising since secret societies are supposed to be…well…secret.
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There has however been a major switch during the last decade. I believe an important change is taking place in the communication strategies of these elite societies. The advent of the digital age, where any individual can create and publish content has rendered the secrecy of such organizations impossible.
Information which could only be found in rare and exclusive books is now a Google search away. Through Hollywood and best-selling books, secret societies are being introduced to the average Joe but with one BIG condition: the public is given a distorted, caricatured and romantic portrayal of secret societies. We are introducing into pop culture mythical lore around secret societies, associating them with fascinating symbols, treasures hunts, and exotic adventures.
The viewers believe they are actually learning facts about Freemasonry or the Illuminati and they leave the movies with a sense of wonder, fascination, and admiration. Those feelings are however based on totally erroneous facts, dubious explanations, and fairy tale storytelling.
After viewing those movies, the viewer has a positive predisposition concerning those orders and will be less inclined to believe and research conspiracies related to them. This blockbuster adventure movie was produced by Walt Disney Pictures, a brand that guarantees family-friendly entertainment. So parents can bring their kids and enjoy a nice, wholesome, Masonic disinformation session.
The movie revolves around a treasure hunt based on clues left by prominent Masons on the Declaration of Independence.#178 - Secret Society - The Tim Dillon Show
The movie starts with the main character played by Nicholas Cage as a little boy, searching for information about his family history. The Knights Templars found under the Temple of Solomon a great treasure which was lost for a thousand years.
It has been said that the Templars possessed extremely rare religious artifacts. Were they found under the Temple of Solomon? The legend says yes. The movie, however, describes the treasure as gold coins, statues and such.
The Templars decided to smuggle the treasure into the United States and changed their name to the Freemasons. This is where everything falls apart. The Templars did not change their name to the Freemasons at the dawn of the American civilization. The order was suppressed by the Pope inand Jacques de Molay, the last Grand Master, was burnt at the stake as a heretic two years later.
It is a European secret society dating from the Middle-Ages, who opened lodges in North America to expand its reach. The Templars was an occult order who had fought during the Crusades at the side of the Church. They were known to practice the Kaballah, many forms of magic and the black arts.In trendy coffee shops, discussions about wealth often are grounded in three assumptions about rich people.
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If You Also Hate the Rich Warning: You Will Succeed in The only people who truly believe that a cabal of elite individuals gathers together to control world events are usually shouting these beliefs at you while you anxiously peer down the track, hoping for some sign of a subway train to rescue you. Well, maybe you should pay a little more attention to that guy. He may be off the mark when he claims that lizard people secretly run the planet, but he's not wrong when he says secret societies do exist.
In fact, many of our most famous presidents have belonged to them. Maybe there is a New World Order? George H. Participants from Japan, America, and Western European nations convene to tackle the major issues facing the planet and decide how best to approach them. Granted, not many take that theory seriously, but relatively mainstream critics like Barry Goldwater and Noam Chomsky have expressed the belief that the group's purposes are not as utopian as they'd like us to believe.
The thing that scares us most about that is the fact that Barry Goldwater and Noam Chomsky agreed about something. The fact that they're very secretive about what goes on there has raised many eyebrows, with some breaking in and reporting that participants engage in such devious acts as a cremation ritual and In truth, details about the club have remained pretty much under wraps for over years, and that's exactly how its members like it.
An offshoot, The Family, is equally bizarrewith members referred to as "Babies," "Children," and "Father. Doesn't sound too nefarious, does it? Well, not until you hear folks like Denis Healey, one of the group's founders, making statements like, "To say we were striving for a one-world government is exaggerated, but not wholly unfair.
Those of us in Bilderberg felt we couldn't go on forever fighting one another for nothing and killing people and rendering millions homeless.
So we felt that a single community throughout the world would be a good thing. Healy's intentions may have been good, but that definitely set off conspiracy alarms on both sides of the political aisle, and gave unfortunate legitimacy to your crazy aunt's emails about the government trying to take over the world under one ruler. Bush, George W. On the surface, it seems to be nothing more than an excuse for particularly prominent students to socialize, but the fact that few have ever been willing to divulge its secrets has made some people suspect that there may be more to this pseudo-frat than meets the eye.
Some even believe that the club is the real power behind the CIA. Granted, the timeline for that theory is just a little off, but it didn't help that in the run-up to the presidential election, George Bush and John Kerry, both fellow Bonesmen yeah, that's the actual term made it clear that the topic was too secret to discuss.
It's the KFC recipe of college clubs. It was disbanded for many years, but revived in the s, which is great because membership involves a secret handshake. Nothing particularly creepy there, but a fraternity that doesn't try to get everyone to come to out to its parties is definitely a little suspicious. If that sounds vague, it's because it's not entirely clear just when this ritualized organization came to be.
It doesn't help that the lodges, where membership is granted and rituals are held, often act independently of one another. As such, little is known about their practices, aside from the fact that members consider Freemasonry to be "a beautiful system of morality. Membership involves graduating to different degrees, based on the apprentice system, and once you reach a new degree, you're not allowed to discuss its secrets. That's all well and good, but plenty have accused the group over the years of being an evil occult society.
There isn't exactly evidence to suggest that's the case, but at the very least, it is almost as creepy as Scientology. Follow him on Twitter. Want more of the Culture you actually care about delivered straight to your inbox? Click here to sign up for our daily email. Share on Facebook Tweet this article Pin it Email. Trilateral Commission George H.My name is Chuku Dalo Onejeku. My family home is based in Onitsha and my father was a successful business man.
My birth brought joy to my family as my parents were in dire need of a male child when I was born. My mother spoilt me with gift and affection. I became a spoilt child who is constantly demanding. My unending cares for worldly things ended me in a secret society called Santeria Secret cult. In my quest for wealth, I met a 25 years old man who initiated me into the secret society.
The man eventually died because of his commitment to the secret world. After my initiation into Santeria secret cult headquartered in Bauchi state, I made enough money to feed a whole community. The devil who will gives something without telling you the consequences later mandated me through our chief priest to sacrifice the blood of innocent kids below 5 years on monthly basis and the kids must be from my relations.
One day I was told by our chief priest to donate an adult and the adult should be a relation I loves most. After shopping at a supermarket, she was hit by a reversing car and pronounced dead at the hospital. Some accident you see today are not natural. I also donated a childhood friend of mined named Uchenna to Santeria Secret cult. From onitsha to owerri, we stopped at Mr biggs to buy a lot of foods stuffs so as not to raise any suspicions.
At the appointed time and place our car tire bursted causing the car to somersault severally leaving my friend dead instantly. If I recognize someone who has a bright star. I will lend the person money and the moment the person receives the money, he or she will start having problems. If you have a brother who never tries to help you set up your business you need to be careful because they may be a member of a secret society.
Nobody ever wishes to be bad however, during their initiation into the the secret society, their original good heart has been removed and replaced with a devilish heart that thinks of nothing but destruction. Most secret cult members do sacrifice their own children by turning them to imbecile.
They take proper care of the imbecile amongst all their children because the money comes through them. Secret cult members will approach you to start a business and once you allow them to combine their evil money with yours, they will command all your money to become theirs on their spiritual altars.
They set a wardrobe in their room and whenever they want to operate, they bring it out and set it up. They command to make a lot of money. Your email address will not be published.Adam Weishaupt considered his Order of the Illuminati, often seen as the mother of all secret societies, as the greatest thing ever invented by human reason. Yet the nature and significance of such organizations are subject to much debate. Statesmen from Metternich to Disraeli and revolutionaries from Buonarroti to Bakunin were convinced of their importance and effectiveness.
The assassination in Sarajevo that unleashed the First World War was attributed to the Black Hand; and the hand of the Elders of Zion has been and is seen everywhere. It is true that today's bookshops resolutely shelve the topic with UFOs, wicca, and the tarot, but there is also many a website warning against 'the secret societies' that threaten to march towards world hegemony unopposed, possibly under the aegis of the United Nations. And two of our more well-known contemporaries, Osama bin Laden and Dan Brown, have focused a great deal of media attention on such hidden things.
The alleged power and methods of Freemasons and Jesuits provided the ground for stereotypes developed and disseminated by friends and foes alike.
Ten years into the Restoration period, 'the secret societies' was an expression with a strong political connotation that was understood throughout Europe. For the rest of the century, colonial officers and early anthropologists exported it to all the corners of the world, with unexpected and sometimes unpleasant consequences for those it was supposed to include.
Little by little, however, the phenomenon came to be seen as incompatible with modernity; organizations that had once been considered 'secret societies' began expressly to deny that they were. More often than not, new groups now emphasize 'clandestinity', the fact that a hostile environment forces them underground - even if its hostility is not the main reason for their secretiveness. Clearly, this position is morally more attractive than that of a willful keeper of secrets with unspoken motives to hide things from his fellow men.
And to the modern ear, a 'group of covertly operating resistance fighters' sounds much more rational than a 'secret society'. Nonetheless, there are quite a few forms of continuity between the old and the new, if only because certain ways of organizing are simply congenial to both. Is modern style compartmentalization - the division into units that are not aware of the existence or composition of the others - really only a defense against the police?
Does the hierarchical structure merely exist to further effectiveness? Are there really no initiation rites? Is it sheer accident that these and other characteristics are to be found in both the old and the new organizations?
Such questions have no obvious answers, as does that other question of why secret services so often resemble their prey. Home Sitemap Questions, Comments. Search Catalogue Search Website. The death of Catiline.Henry Minton and five of his colleagues. Joining the exclusive secret society offered advancement and perks to select Blacks in return for loyalty to its objectives. The upper tenth of Blacks started to live the good life as Boule members, while the majority of ordinary Blacks were disenfranchised.
The Boule recruits top Blacks in American Society into its ranks. But to who does the Boule really serve? The Satanic mostly white global elite! As long as the Black member conforms to the rules, the riches will be in abundance; if not, down comes the hatchet.
Blackmail is part of the deal. This Masonic secret society has a pyramid style like all the rest. The lower ranks are kept from knowing what the upper ranks are doing.
The early 20th century was a period of reconstruction. The remaking of the House Negro was necessary to institute a group of Blacks who had a vested interest in protecting the Elite White System. One thing that needs to be pointed out is the time period. DuBois emphasized, as Cokely stated. Taking away the articulate negro, now desiring to replace them with organized institutions to keep them away from self improvement. The question is why were these black devils like this?
It was about selling out brothers and sisters for power and money. The majority of Black lawyers, doctors, engineers and accountants were members of this secret club. The Boule is another arm of the nefarious secret societies that recruit, indoctrinate and cull for the dark forces. Therein are perks galore, power and notoriety all lying in wait for the easily compromised soul.
Charged with organizing the affairs of the city for the King. Let that sink in. This is an ancient story. The takeaway folks is that black society is modeled on white. Most political, business and cultural leaders are chosen on the basis of their membership in a satanic secret society.
We all have been betrayed in the most egregious fashion.Gallery: The mysterious history of New Jersey's secret campus societies. Joseph Nedick knows the crowd gathering in Rutgers University's Kirkpatrick Chapel might be wondering if they've landed on the set of some weird movie. Students carrying dark robes are filing into a hushed church with blood-red walls. An aging book filled with signatures is opened on a table near the pews.
The hatted skull that presides over Rutgers University's Cap and Skull society. A skull -- a real human skull -- is placed at the altar to overlook the proceedings. Standing at the podium, Nedick tries to break the tension. The gathering, held last spring on the New Brunswick campus, was the induction ceremony for Cap and Skull, Rutgers' once-secret student society.
In the past, the group's "tapping" ceremony -- during which students were tapped on the shoulder and told they'd been selected to join the secret society -- would have been shrouded in mystery. These days, the Cap and Skull society has come out of the shadows. Founded years ago, Cap and Skull now functions as an honor society for an elite group of Rutgers undergraduates.
The newest inductees, 18 juniors selected from the tens of thousands of third-year students enrolled at the 65,student university, were asked to join based on leadership, character and service to the university.
As Cap and Skull members, the students will be part of a club that includes generations of business leaders, college presidents, scientists and other successful Rutgers graduates. Actor Paul Robeson, U. The clandestine group dates back to and is responsible for elaborate pranks around New Jersey.
Whether the Order of the Bull's Blood actually exists is the subject of debate on the New Brunswick campus. Some newspaper accounts say the Rutgers secret society took credit for stealing a cannon from rival Princeton University in Inthe Order of the Bull's Blood claimed to be responsible for a string of vandalism incidents on that campus, including spray-painting graffiti on Princeton buildings and a cannon, according to the Princetonian, the campus newspaper.
Injournalist Spencer Ackerman wrote a lengthy account in the New York Press of being "tapped" by the Order of the Bull's Blood while he was an editor at the Daily Targum, the Rutgers student newspaper. A man came to the Targum office, tapped Ackerman on the shoulder and said, "Bulls blood! Accept or reject? Ackerman said 10 recruits gathered on a spot where a Rutgers cannon once stood and were given a poem telling them to steal a wooden Indian statue outside a shop in Princeton.
The group set out to steal the statue, but the mission was abandoned when they found the statue locked up inside the store. Ackerman said he never went to another Bull's Blood meeting.
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But historians and researchers remain skeptical the secret society really exists. Bill Hughes about it, since he was mentioned as a member, and he had never heard of it. William Brahms, the chief librarian of the Camden County Library System and author of a history of Rutgers' Cap and Skull society, also researched the Order of the Bull's Blood and concluded it is an elaborate hoax. It is unlikely a secret society dating back to before the Civil War could operate without a single historical record.