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What is Illuminati? – Beyoncé, Jay-Z, LeBron, George W. Bush, Rockefeller….


enlightenmentDefinition of Illuminati – A group claiming enlightenment: a group claiming to have received special religious or spiritual enlightenment, especially an 18th-century German secret society with deist and republican ideas.

“The demon possessed rulers and the mega wealthy are going to bring the world together as one. It will happen as the bible predicts.”

Recently celebrities like Kayne West and Rihanna have been said to be linked to illuminate, a secret underground society of powerful individuals that rule society.  I looked into this organization and their ethos and quite frankly, a lot of their beliefs are out there, and a lot of their beliefs that are linked to religion reek with hyper religious tendencies, including Satanism.

I have worked with psychotic people that believe in government conspiracy theories and pontificate on God and suffer severe mental illness, yet, these “Illuminati’s” are not considered “crazy.”  They are allowed to preach their shady religious notions without being considered insane.

With echoes of Satanism and an Anti-Christ platform for this cult of “New World Order” we have to question how religion manipulates society, and the connection to religion and mental illness. Are these religions devotees’ mentally sane?  Perhaps these members suffering from acute mental illness that somehow has become acceptable because of one thing: Money!  The elite rich subscribe to hyper religions behaviors rooted in satanic demonist ideologies and find a way to sustain a society that believes in following the Anti-Christ.  Wow.  This brings forth a call to take a keen look at what makes an Illuminist mentally sane when they share beliefs of lower or middle class individuals that do not have the money or clout in society to avoid being stigmatized, yet instead, are hospitalized and diagnosed with a mental illness.

What makes one person crazy over another when they share similar ideas?  Fame, fortune and celebrity! A lot of psychotic individuals believe similar notions found in this movement and I wonder why they are hospitalized or deemed paranoid schizophrenic or psychotic or delusional, yet this affluent society of people, 1% of the population apparently, are “enlightened.”

Two people say the same thing, have the same convictions, believe and preach the same notions, and one ends up in a psych ward, and the other ends up in an exclusive powerful elitist society.

Huh???

The Illuminati (plural of Latin illuminatus, “enlightened”) is a name given to several groups, both real (historical) and fictitious. Historically the name refers to the Bavarian Illuminati, an Enlightenment-era secret society founded on May 1, 1776. In more modern contexts the name refers to a purported conspiratorial organization which is alleged to mastermind events and control world affairs through governments and corporations to establish a New World Order. In this context the Illuminati are usually represented as a modern version or continuation of the Bavarian Illuminati. (Wikipedia).

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What is Illuminati? – Beyoncé, Jay-Z, LeBron, George W. Bush, Rockefeller….


Erica Loberg

Erica Loberg was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. She attended Columbia University in New York and graduated with a BA in English. She is a published poet and author of Inside the Insane, Screaming at the Void, What Men Should Know About Women, What Women Should Know About Men, Diamonds From The Rough , Undressed, and I'm Not Playing.


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Loberg, E. (2013). What is Illuminati? – Beyoncé, Jay-Z, LeBron, George W. Bush, Rockefeller….. Psych Central. Retrieved on November 1, 2020, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/manic-depression/2013/02/06/what-is-illuminati-beyonce-jay-z-lebron-george-w-bush-rockefeller/

 

Last updated: 7 Feb 2013
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