Is the Illuminati real?
- 1 week ago
Of course. In certain places you don't want to be in.
- ChrisLv 64 weeks ago
Yes the Illuminati is absolutely real.
- MegumiLv 64 weeks ago
Not now. Not since 1785 when they were banned. They were an intellectual group who criticized Christianity.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
Unless you have recently noticed any organisation powerful enough to reverse the colours blue and green--say, for example, getting millions of people to perceive Felicia Huffman's very BLUE jumpsuit as green--there is probably no such thing as the Illuminati.Source(s): Illuminatus Primus
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- Obi Wan KnievelLv 71 month ago
Unless you're talking about the ancient European church group or the rap record label, no. And I'm pretty sure the record label either folded or was bought by Sony, so still no.
This illuminati thing has been a schoolyard myth for... pretty much since the end of World War II. We all know the backstory: Some secret evil consortium (the members and their agenda always vary) is plotting to enslave us all, and they're always just one or two steps away from actually doing it. And whoever they are, they especially don't like you.
Who they are depends on who you are and what you believe. If you're an atheist, they're the Vatican. If you're a Christian, they're the Satanists. If you're a Satanist, they're... I guess people with real lives. If you're a conservative, they're the pinko gun-grabbing liberals. If you're a liberal, they're the gun-toting rednecks. And if you're a retired English soccer player who smokes cleaning solvents, they're actually giant lizards from outer space. (Look up David Icke and then look up the TV movie called V if you don't believe me. He watched it and thought it was a news report.)
But here's how you know it's not a real thing: First, it was actually called the NWO until Hulk Hogan stole the name for his wrestling act. Second, how many evil organizations stay in the planning & preparation stage for over 70 years? Okay, yes, the Toronto Maple Leafs. But that's only one, and they're not a good example of organized. How many others?
Exactly. That's how you can tell a schoolyard myth from a real thing.
- 1 month ago
Don't know but if they do I'm sure they have a good reason for existing.
- j153eLv 71 month ago
"The Illuminati: The Secret Society that Hijacked the World" by Jim Marrs attempts to answer this question, from an historical and contemporary view.
"The Soulless One,"
"Light Is a Living Spirit,"
"The Master of Lucid Dreams,"
"Tavistock Institute" by Daniel Estulin, and
"Walking among Us" by David Jacobs cover similar issues.
- Anonymous1 month ago
They were at one time but they no longer exist.
- JonZLv 71 month ago
Absolutely not, just a loony conspiracy story!
- ANDRE LLv 71 month ago
Several recent and present-day fraternal organisations claim to be descended from the original Bavarian Illuminati and openly use the name "Illuminati". Some of these groups use a variation on the name "The Illuminati Order" in the name of their own organisations, while others, such as the Ordo Templi Orientis, have "Illuminati" as a level within their organisation's hierarchy. However, there is no evidence that these present-day groups have any real connection to the historic order. They have not amassed significant political power or influence, and most, rather than trying to remain secret, promote unsubstantiated links to the Bavarian Illuminati as a means of attracting membership.
Not in any way that is more real than Halloween monsters.Source(s): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Illuminati