“Illuminati” starts up “Official Website” in an Effort to Gain “Followers,” Sell Merchandise

For decades the Illuminati has existed behind the shadows, but now they have allegedly gone public in an attempt to sell merchandise

In an effort to gain followers and sell copies of what they are calling “The First Testament of the Illuminati” and other materials the so-called organization has fired up an ‘official website’ (IlluminatiOfficial.org) aimed at drawing in “millions of people from all walks of life” who are willing to commit themselves to the global elite “for the betterment of humanity” and become “people of the Illuminatiam.”

The website is an assemblage of various statements, testimonies, and symbolism which appear to wheedle the user into joining the group, all the while enticing them to download “tools” and purchase “resources” from the organization’s branded theme which boasts a pyramid with an all-seeing eye in the middle, complete with the “Eternal Circle” on top.

The group also coaxes people to share its propaganda, various flyers, and banners they call “tools” which are intended to be displayed by followers, both online and in the physical realm, to attract even a larger following.

A message from the website’s “tools” section reads:

“Thousands of Earth’s citizens have already dedicated their lives to the Illuminati’s ongoing work for the advancement of the human species. This worldwide movement has helped to create a global unity of those who follow the Light. But while you have found the road, many others still linger in the dark. To aid you in sharing our messages, we have created tools which can be downloaded below.”

The website also boasts a compilation of books which are priced under $10 each.

“Discover the Illuminati and your role in the coming age,” one book’s description reads, which appears to be the organization’s line leader for the brand and has already garnered over 1,957 customer reviews on Amazon.

Another book posted on the website titled “Illumination — Wisdom From the Planet’s Greatest Minds” claims to be “presented in beautiful pages with artwork throughout.” While a third book professes to teach the reader “the meaning behind each part of the Illuminati’s symbol.”

The “Illuminati is not a church, religion, political group, or charity organization,” the website claims, but is rather “an elite collective of global influencers who work to further the interests of the human species as a whole.”

“We operate solely for the benefit of the human species we have been entrusted to protect, and therefore make no demands of our citizens regarding personal worship, morality, or belief.”

Those who confirm membership with the organization are considered “followers of Illuminatiam” and are respectfully requested by the organization to “forgo religious, geographical, and generational differences to work as one unit with many distinct parts, accepting that each part must be unique to function properly.”

The website’s “pyramid” section goes on to explain how “money is not the root of all evil” but is actually “the root to all freedom” in a manner that attempts to allure the user to subscribe.

“The more money a person owns, the more ability they have to positively change the lives of those who are in need. If you are poor and of good heart, and your friend’s house is burned in a fire, you will remain a good person but have no ability to help them with what they need the most. If the same house burns but you are rich, you can give your friend a place to stay and a new home because you have more than enough for yourself and anyone around you who needs it.,” an excerpt from the “pyramid” section reads.

“The greater a person’s fortune, the greater their responsibility to their fellow humans. Like the Pyramid, those with the greatest power can do the greatest good for the largest number of those below them.”

Of course a big “Join Now” button follows at the base of the page, complete with a sign-up form.

Other sections of the website which attempt to entice the user “join the Illuminati” include:

  • The Eye
  • The Light
  • The Eternal Circle
  • The Tents

Additionally, the website comes complete with a TV commercial which depicts a decimated war-torn planet and tells viewers to “fear not” because “help is on the way” which will ultimately help them achieve “prosperity” of some sort.

“Prepare your life for the light that grows steadily brighter in the distance,” the commercial says.

“Fear nothing — we are always watching out for you.”

However, other videos have emerged online, produced by people who don’t agree with the ‘official website’. The narrator of one such video claims that “the official Illuminati website is nothing but a scam” and set out to offer “some insight” into the matter.

“All it is is just their version of the secret — pretty much,” the video’s narrator says.

“It’s nothing but a scam people. If you really want to join the Illuminati, you have a better chance of actually making a website called JasonIlluminatiPenguins.com — there you are, now you’re Illuminati because you are not going to join it through this bulls**t I’ll tell you that.”

What’s your take?

H/T: Tabertronic


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