Los Illuminati: La trama y el complot

Overview

Fundada en Baviera el 1? de mayo de 1776 por Adam Weishaupt, alumno aventajado de los Jesuitas, la Orden de los Illuminati naci? con un objetivo claro: acabar con la Monarqu?a y la Iglesia para lo cual se establecieron alianzas con la Masoner?a. Pero los Illuminati fueron flor de un d?a: la Orden fue prohibida en 1784 y Weishaupt se exili?. Su ambici?n internacionalista, comunista y anarquista ha dejado una estela que a?n perdura.

En 1785, disuelta la Orden en Europa, se funda ...

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Overview

Fundada en Baviera el 1º de mayo de 1776 por Adam Weishaupt, alumno aventajado de los Jesuitas, la Orden de los Illuminati nació con un objetivo claro: acabar con la Monarquía y la Iglesia para lo cual se establecieron alianzas con la Masonería. Pero los Illuminati fueron flor de un día: la Orden fue prohibida en 1784 y Weishaupt se exilió. Su ambición internacionalista, comunista y anarquista ha dejado una estela que aún perdura.

En 1785, disuelta la Orden en Europa, se funda en Nueva York una logia que se reclama heredera de los Illuminati. Sus influencias en el mundo político y económico serán enormes y quedarán inmortalizadas en los símbolos que aparecen en el billete del dólar. Traba-jando en el secreto y en la sombra, están infiltrados en el mundo de la publicidad, la prensa, la banca y los gobiernos, cumpliendo a marchas forzadas su misión globalizadora de establecer un Nuevo Orden Mundial.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788497771283
  • Publisher: Obelisco, Ediciones S.A.
  • Publication date: 11/28/2004
  • Language: Spanish
  • Edition description: Spanish-language Edition
  • Edition number: 5
  • Pages: 160
  • Sales rank: 785,626
  • Product dimensions: 6.26 (w) x 9.18 (h) x 0.42 (d)

Meet the Author

Luis Miguel Martínez Otero es autor de una extensa bibliografía con títulos como Esperando el Milenio, reflexiones sobre el fin de los tiempos (1985), Fulcanelli, una biografía imposible (1986), Claves del Péndulo de Foucault (1989), Heterodoxos en el Camino de Santiago (1990), El Laberinto (1991), La Cruz (1993), Dossier René Guénon (1991) Satán (1994), Hoja de especulaciones metafísicas (2004) y El priorato de Sión (1994).
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  • Posted May 16, 2009

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    he book is a dry read, purely academic and full of references.

    Illuminati

    Founded May 1st, 1776 in Bavaria by Adam Weishaupt, a Jesuit alumni, The Illuminati had a clear purpose:

    1. Abolition of the monarchy and/or any form of government.
    2. Abolition of private property, and inheritance rights
    3. Abolition of nationalism and patriotism
    4. Abolition of the family and the institution of marriage, substituting it with a communal system for child education
    5. Abolition of all religions.

    To attain their goals they made alliances with the masons and the Jesuits. However they were abolished in 1784 by Bavarian authorities, and Weishaupt went into exile.

    In 1785, after the order was dissolved in Europe, A lodge is founded in New York City that claims to be the inheritors of the Bavarian Illuminati principles.

    Its influence in the political and economical world will be enormous and will be immortalized in such symbols as the US dollar bill.

    Working secretly and in the shadows, the Illuminati will infiltrate the world of publicity, press, banking, and government--trying relentlessly to establish a New World Order.

    The book is a dry read, purely academic and full of references. I was interested simply because they are implicated in Dan Brown's Angels and Demons, and I wanted to learn more about them before I saw the movie.

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