April 22, 2004
----- Original Message -----
From: Henry Brown <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, April 21, 2004 1:22 PM
Subject: RE: New World Order incorrectness
I couldnt help but be appalled by your article on the New World Order, specifically
the bit discussing the Illuminati and money-hoarding. Factually, and proved
by scholars, the Illuminati were only founded in the 16th century when Gallileo
Gallile was persecuted by the Church for his views, the Illuminati were his
way of meeting with other scientists. The joined the Free Masons, as such,
during the late 18th Century, where they are supposed to exist to this day.
The Priory of Sion and the Order of the Templar Knights are completed un-related
The Illuminati are an anti-Christian group, determined to remove the oppressive
church from suppressing scientific evidence. The other groups are completely
I suggest you research your facts more before involving yourself in these
----- Original Message -----
To: Henry Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, April 22, 2004 2:42 AM
Subject: Re: New World Order incorrectness
Hello Henry Brown,
Appalled? Well, aren't we the chiding authority who's going to set the record
straight and put me in my place!
OK, I'll play.
I'm certainly prepared to give you full credit for braggadocio and brass,
but unfortunately you're lacking somewhat in the accuracy of your historical
I have to assume that you are referring to my article titled "The New
World Order, An Overview"
Shall we review Professor Brown?
1. I wrote about the Illuminati in the essay you refer to, but I can't find
the term "money-hoarding" anywhere in that essay. So what are you
talking about here?
2. You said: "Factually, and proved by scholars, the Illuminati were
only founded in the 16th century when Galileo was persecuted by the Church
for his views"
Not really, Professor.
The growth of those secret society groups who came to call themselves the
"Illuminati" took place principally in the Hesse state of Germany
somewhere around the later half of the 11th century as Martin Luther was likely
a Rosicrucian and used Illuminati symbols for his personal seal. In one of
my articles, I mentioned the role of the Bavarian monk Adam Weishaupt who
set up a faction group which he called the"illuminati" in the 18th
century, but the larger and more powerful German Illuminati was already in
existence in Europe for over 600 years.
I suppose you could argue that the hierarchy of the Catholic church during
Galileo's time was under Illuminati influence, but to say that the Illuminati
started in Italy in the 16th century has no historical or 'factual' basis
whatsoever. If you are thinking about the 'enlightenment' that accompanied
the Renaissance, then you are confusing your 'light' sources.
3. Gilded Masons and the later Free Masons, The Priory of Sion, Knights Templar,
Knights Hospitaler, Teutonic Knights, and similar secret ritual groups were/are
not completely unrelated entities as you state. They are all part of a larger
controlling collective that is more properly referred to as Brotherhood societies.
The "Brotherhood" , in turn, has been under the domination and influence
of negative alien groups going back to the ancient world. There was a time
in human history when some of these domineering aliens lived on the earth
and they were called 'gods' by ancient Egyptians, Sumerians, etc. While these
different Brotherhood groups are always fighting among themselves and jockeying
for advantage and greater power, they are all committed to the SATANIC agenda
of domination, abuse, and control of all of mankind.
4. I'll agree that the Illuminati is anti-Christian, but not for the purpose
of bringing scientific enlightenment to humanity. Good Lord! Please, give
me a break! What an absurd statement to make. The Iluminati has been the principle
force SUPPRESSING advancements in science (keeping the knowledge for themselves)
which could have greatly benefited mankind, especially in the last 100 years.
You don't "get it" Professor. The 'light' is not intended for YOUR
benefit, it's for THEIR benefit and advantage. By the way, the "light"
they are referring to is light of the 'lightbearer'-- Lucifer.
You know, Professor, for a guy who tries to come across as an authority on
this topic, you have a lot more midnight oil to burn before you can wear the
mantle of academia. Maybe you should heed your own council.
(And you a Rugsby School man to boot! Shame, shame, shame. )
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