Confessions of an Illuminati, Volume I: The Whole Truth About the Illuminati and the New World Order

Confessions of an Illuminati, Volume I: The Whole Truth About the Illuminati and the New World Order

by Leo Lyon Zagami

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In English for the first time, a guide to the true secret structure of the Illuminati and their invisible network
 
Author Leo Lyon Zagami uses the Illuminati’s internal documents and reveals confidential and top-secret events. His book contends that the presence of numerous Illuminati brotherhoods and secret societies—just as those inside the most prestigious U.S. universities such as Yale or Harvard—have always been guides to the occult. From the Ordo Templi Orientis (OTO)’s infiltration of Freemasonry to the real Priory of Sion, this book exposes the hidden structure of the New World Order and the occult practices of the various groups involved with it, including their connections to the intelligence community and the infamous Ur-Lodges.

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ISBN-13: 9781888729580
Publisher: CCC Publishing
Publication date: 01/01/2016
Series: Confessions of an Illuminati Series , #1
Pages: 352
Sales rank: 203,386
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.80(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author


Leo Lyon Zagami is a writer, researcher, and creator of a popular blog concerning his direct involvement with the New World Order. He is the author of numerous books, including Pope Francis: The Last Pope?: Money, Masons and Occultism in the Decline of the Catholic Church and Invisible Master.

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Confessions of an Illuminati, Volume I

The Whole Truth About the Illuminati and the New World Order


By Leo Lyon Zagami

CCC Publishing

Copyright © 2016 Leo Lyon Zagami
All rights reserved.
ISBN: 978-1-888729-60-3



CHAPTER 1

The Secret File

Theory and typology of secret societies


(ATTENTION PLEASE: the following is an introduction to the secret File of the Illuminati known as Sheet No. 51, an important addendum that can be read separately from the rest of this book, or completely ignored if not interested in the more technical aspects of the Illuminati network of secret societies of the New World Order.)


Introduction

The secret society itself is a phenomenon of greater antiquity. Its characteristics, with a multitude of diverse aspects of traditional life — religion, politics, magic, hermeticism, etc. — make it an indispensable element for an in depth social analysis. Without this, sociologists, ethnologists, anthropologists and specialists in the history of religion and human thought could not effectively describe the environment studied.

The historian understands more than any other, the importance of secret societies, because he is not affected by the collective imagination of the moment.

Time cloaks its veil on many secrets, but it also reveals many others. ...

Our purpose is to present in this document, a typology of the Secret Society phenomenon, which can lead to the development of a theoretical analysis, closer to what is done in the mathematical and economical "fields." The first definition you need to analyze in dealing with this topic is that of a "secret society," which implicitly raises two basic questions:

• What is a society?

• How do we define what is a secret character?

The fundamental issue of every researcher is that of finding the right criteria.

The first sub-question, "What is a society?" Will be briefly formulated with a view to develop a material criteria of analysis. It is assumed that the society unites together individuals, physical individuals generally, eventually even moral entities. This grouping can be proactive — if you notice any specific attempts to combine different elements into one body — or an assembly made up of people similarly motivated. The first form demonstrates itself better for those groups that are born, and grouped by a teacher or a spiritual leader or guru, and then are switched off when their leaders are no longer operating. The second is more subtle. The birth of a religion, in a hostile environment, will serve as an example: the followers, threatened, gather discretely initially, if there is the possibility, otherwise secretly. Within this time frame, the causal element takes control over the individual's free will.

The second sub-question is more delicate to be dealt with: the group is formed, but "what is it that characterizes it a secret society?" How is the form assumed and what is the particular activity that takes place?


Societies with a secret form

They are considered the more classic. These societies pursue actions generally perceived by the public, with a purpose-known and often pursued by other groups that are not secret. The secret society involved in politics is the best example. Its goals, whatever they are, are very precise, easy to be inspired by, and usually have an ideology that is easy to perceive for the masses. Only the identity of the society and therefore the details on its shape remain mysterious: locations, dates, meetings, ceremonies, customs, and so on. The secret form is adopted to facilitate their action and make the attainment of the objective less random.


Societies with a secret objective

These are the most insidious in nature. Their existence is known, but the purpose is completely unknown. This is not a mandatory blanket for condemnation from us for all societies with a secret objective: Not all of them are in fact an unspeakable mafia! Desiring to conduct "secretly" the realization of their purpose, some societies just prefer to hide their forms and their objective. Freemasonry, for example, opens to all their temples, so they say, but the real goal is not disclosed to everyone and the significance of their symbols and rituals is only disclosed to their initiates. Often, an exaggerated concealment of purpose would be too harmful for the good performance of the society, and pushes the executives to veil their real objectives behind a very large and inaccurate façade of openness. Topics such as "achievement of harmony," "improvement of man," "the future of a new age," and so on, are very common in these societies, but very often these ideas are the screen of a reality far more "pragmatic" and dangerous.


Society with secret means

In this type of society, the secret is no longer based on the purpose or object of their mission, or on the intrinsic shape of their society, but on the way of their realization or expression. The society with a secret activity rarely is of the "pure" kind and is therefore mentioned just as a reference.

Some groups constitute at times, at a precise event in history, a real society with secret purposes. This is particularly the case for "pressure groups," certain "clubs" or even important commercial and financial companies, which, with certain actions, often unspeakable, generally unacknowledged, influence the course of a variety of events in history.


Society of a mixed kind

It is the true secret society, in the sense typically perceived by public opinion, who are generally reserved, yet are often considered hostile. Their objects are hidden, their forms are secret, plus their means and activities are carefully concealed. In this regard it must be stated as follows: it is a law that could be called of the inverse dynamic. The effectiveness of a secret society grows according to the way in which it proceeds in manipulating its own reality. Until you pass a certain threshold its qualitative and quantitative actions and the chances of survival of the society decreases more quickly when concealment is strong. The threshold can be called maximum level of concealment, and is fixed to a varying degree depending on the type of the society and its actual numbers.

It is not necessary to analyze the different aspects of this law in the determination of the maximum level of concealment; this would go beyond the limits of this synthesis, to form a sociological, historical and occult analysis of a complex subject.

However, we will summarize the main features in a more "argumental" way, stating that by no longer appearing (subsequent occultations), the secret society is at times in danger of disappearing. The notion highlighted in this modality is related to the dynamics of secret societies, especially in regards to their activity (keeping the workforce, the liveliness of their final ideas, and the continuity of logistical resources). Here are the first elements of the theory of secret societies. One could argue that it might be a secret society or a simple human society. The answer has to be very nuanced.

Example: to make a major stock exchange transaction a large financial company decides to have a preparatory committee intervene which demands absolute secrecy. Therefore, its meetings are developed behind closed doors and without informing the rest of the management. During one of its first meetings the committee accepts the idea of paying one of the brokers who negotiated the deal, a "special commission," a sort of undeclared extra, which would be impossible to implement without this transaction. In such a situation one can speak of secret societies. All the elements are there. Financial transactions are kept secret by a committee meeting with all the discretion and without any advertising of this operation: a covert action, which could also be hidden to the management. It is missing a dynamic of its own, and it is this that fundamentally differentiates this group from an occult formation, one that is simply hidden and clandestine, as the simple theory describing the criteria can demonstrate. It allows the Illuminati to precisely situate a variety of societies, some more secret then others, on the vast chessboard of the occult scene. The secret societies typology using a quality criteria or hierarchical one will be briefly discussed along the following lines.


The classification according to objective criteria

We don't need to determine the kind of society according to their final aims, but from what surrounds it, its impact, the very nature of its goals on humanity or on a more local level, their community. A first analysis distinguishes the following:

1. Religious secret societies

2. Political and social secret societies

3. The societies of occult movement

4. Pan-finalists societies

1. The religious secret societies

Their purpose is of a religious nature, whether they are practicing a constituted religion trying to promote a new religious philosophy, or if they put themselves at the service, to varying degrees, of religious movements; in this case they are to be studied under the double aspect of the managerial directorate from the perspective of a "basic member" of the society in question. The first, in fact, can pursue a para-religious aim, which is not strictly religious in nature; the motivation of the second instead is essentially looking for religious action.

It is clear that religion can serve to galvanize a group of willing people. If the relationship between the religious ideology and the immediate political goals coincide, religion can become the pretext, and at the same time the preferred solution for their political goals. The difference between the religious motivations of the members of the base and the policies of their leaders at the top may be, in this case, very large.

While it is not possible to define the origins of all the religious secret societies, this methodology could help you establish a valid parameter to make an objective monograph of considerable size if further interested in the subject.

The key point to keep in mind in doing this is the close relationship between the purely religious purposes and all the others. This relationship is established in any social setting, but with much more vigor in secret societies, such as the Templars, the Assassins, the Thugs, and so on just to give an example.


2. The Socio-political secret societies

The Socio-political secret society is an association whose main objective is the satisfaction of a need, or putting in place a structure essentially political or social. These last two terms must be understood strictly in their sociological context of origin since a more wide approach will make it impossible to have a clear understanding, assimilating in a political and social purpose all the objectives of the secret societies.

The sociopolitical society is generally of the type "using secret means." Its purposes are for the most part, known; the secret form is neither intended nor desired if not as a temporary instrument, intended solely to facilitate the action. We must however, point out that within secret societies dealing with social political issues, that they can be within a small group of a much more secretive nature, one that will reveal itself to the public once the purposes of the movement are realized, and eventually surpassing the simple policy framework.

Most political and social secret societies are in opposition to the established power of their own country, and their positions are contrary to those of the government institutions. The political and social societies open to collaboration are rare, because they are considered less useful. They no longer respond, in fact, to this theoretical need of concealment; when the ideas they promote have reached a sufficient promotion they simply manifest publicly.

The political societies open to collaboration are more reserved then literally secret. They generally serve to stimulate official institutions. These Societies rely on missions of reconciliation, information or simply the execution of unskilled labor.

The design and creation of collaborative associations of co-operation can be spontaneous or induced by bodies which serve the cause. The role of this type of society stays confined to the execution and mediation of certain orders and projects that come from above in the chain of power.

It is indeed in this role that the society of opposition and its goals are finally reached. When it loses its original character of turmoil and degenerates into an official organ, one no longer hidden, and its members are often reduced to the role of tolerated acolytes or boring veterans. More often this association disappears gradually in a willing way, or, sometimes, it is dissolved by force. Only if there is a small group at the core will we see a continuation of their mission as a secret society.

The socio-political secret society maybe related more or less with the religious secret society, relative to the various official religious ideologies allowed in the period in which it operates. This relationship is rarely thus defined by those that operate as its leaders.


3. The occult movement society

The occult movement societies are generally positioned in the classic typology of the mixed type.

Their main subject is of an occult nature, such as the practice of one of the great sciences of esoteric initiation (magic, alchemy, etc.), or simply as a form of contact between the initiates who have already reached a certain threshold, and who are pooling their own experiences together.

The occult movement societies are the most curious and the most fascinating in existence, with their habits and customs often unknown, and are usually accompanied by a rich and very attractive folklore.

It is rare that these societies are limited strictly to their typological objective. Officially or individually, the majority go beyond that, and with the participation of the most dynamic members. The political or religious conspiracy is rarely absent from the secret societies of this kind. Sometimes they do constitute a kind of deceptive façade, judged not as dangerous by the official authorities, for reasons of apparent secrecy of their pseudo- purposes. By means of this judgment — or rather prejudice — they lead to even more unexpected action, as is inscribed in a more occult general frame work, and that does not always need justification to members or the exterior world.


Pan-finalist societies

(Pan is a prefix from the Greek [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], pan meaning "all," "of everything," "involving all members" of a group)

As the name implies, Pan-finalist societies are not intended to counteract political, religious or philosophical ideas, but to create a totally new structure from scratch, a kind of proposed system for mankind and society.

The pan-finalist society necessitates, from its side, a series of specifications.

It may be a form of concealment, and in most cases, the concealment derives less from a conscious effort, and more from a formal imprecision of tasks.

In this sense, the pan-finalist will no longer appear as a special kind of society, but as a qualitative way of harmonious association with a motive to expand and grow.

In addition, it is noted that in this type of society, generally, the finality of the objective is set as an imperative policy that one must demonstrate immediately as part of the secret society. This can be promptly arranged, for example, in a small conclave within the esoteric society: it can be a cell, a lodge, a monastery, a community, and so on.

Such an organization is unlikely to go unnoticed, although it generally takes refuge behind a less visible name like a trading company, a commercial partnership, a political party, or a cultural association that are less liable to suspicion.

Often pan-finalist secret societies are formed in the womb of another secret group (i.e. as the Ur Lodges are a group of powerful transnational Masonic lodges that have been generated within Freemasonry) for purposes specified, and it conducts a labor of guidance, inspiration and teaching.

It is a group that can act at all levels and remains invisible even to the hierarchy of the society that welcomes them within their fold: this kind of situation is called "interference." The term applies to other forms operating within the secret societies, and is the most feared and most effective weapon the initiate owns.

The objective criterion is one of the typical elements that allow us to characterize and guess the identity of a secret society. But we must appeal to another criteria, the hierarchical level at which the society operates on the chessboard of power. The term hierarchy is particularly suitable because it releases two words Secretum = Sacer and Power, whose etymology and true value will be particularly appreciated by the disciples of Hermes.


(Continues...)

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Table of Contents

About the Author 9

Prologue 15

The means of knowledge to combat the Occult Elite 18

MK-ULTRA and the new military-occult technologies for psychological warfare 26

Some "esoteric" calendars 30

Chapter I The Secret File Theory and typology of the secret societies

Introduction 34

Societies with a secret form 35

Societies with a secret objective 35

Society with secret means 35

Society of a mixed kind 36

The classification according to objective criteria 37

Classification according to the hierarchical criteria 39

Interference of another secret society 42

Towards a new criteria of authenticity 44

The constituted society 44

The affiliated or closed secret society 45

The authentic society 46

Osiridean Egyptian Orient 47

1 Terms And Notions Of Theegregore And The Occult Chain In The Illuminati And Other Secret Societies 47

The egregore 48

The Occult Chain 48

2 Ingerence or Interference of a Secret Society 49

Chapter II Black masses, Gnosis and libertine sexuality in the Illuminati and fringe Freemasonry

Premise 52

1717: Before and after… 54

Let's be serious, it's Sirius 63

The strange practices of the Knight of Saint-Marcq 67

The link with Kremmerz and other revelations about the covert occult war 72

Monsters of the Occult 74

Other "Gnostic pearls" 78

THE Heretical EUCHARIST of the ILLUMINATI 81

The Eucharist by Clément de Saint-Marcq (1906) 81

Untold Secrets of the O.T.O. 94

Inside the Secret Marriages of Divinity With Men 99

Chapter III The infiltration of the O.T.O. in Freemasonry

The Secret War between the O.T.O. and the S.R.I.A. 105

The Satanic connection of the United Grand Lodge of England 110

Homosexuality and the O.T.O. 114

Mad about the O.T.O. and "mental health" 116

Do we need more evidence on the UGLE/O.T.O. connection? 122

Crowley and Freemasonry 123

Masonic Legacy: Craft Symbolism in the Gnostic Mass 133

Chapter IV The real Priory of Sion

Introduction 142

Part I - The sacred numbers of the Priory of Sion 145

Part II - The involvement of the Priory of Sion with the military secret services of NATO since the Cold War 149

Part III - Berenger Sauniere, the secret symbol of the Rosicrucians And the NWO 158

The symbol of the "New Era" 164

Conclusion 165

Chapter V Conversations with the Illuminati (three steps toward the truth)

Step One: Inside the Bohemian Grove With Frater Arthur 166

A Conversation with John, Alias Frater Arthur 168

Some considerations by the author 173

Returning to the last part of the interview… 179

Step Two: Interview With A Grand Master Of The Knights Templars 180

Step Uree: The Invisible College of the Rosycross and the UFO Phenomenon 187

Chapter VI James Bond and the roots of the Craft of espionage

Overview of the subject 192

John Dee: a "Bond" for All Seasons and his Smoking Mirror 196

Sir Francis Bacon and John Dee: the Original 007 By D.W. Cooper & Lawrence Gerald (edited and highlighted by the author) 201

Double Caliphate Horizon 204

9/11 The darkest secret of the Assassins 208

Cryptology, a family affair 212

The magical roots of Cryptology 215

Giuseppe the Vatican spymaster 217

Crowley, espionage and the British Crown 218

Crowley's intelligence legacy and the O.T.O. 220

The O.T.O., Crowley and the CIA… 225

Are we the new "Adversary ?" 229

The Solar Temple suicide cult inspired by Sirius and the CIA 232

Another prospective… 234

Chapter VII UFO: The contact

Infiltrating a UFO cult 239

Clarion calling 243

Phone call with MAURIZIO CAVALLO 244

Strange days… 247

The solar system is filled with dangers by Kaoru Nakamaru 247

Contact with "outer space" by Kaoru Nakamaru 248

Strange places… 251

Extradimensional entities in an Illuminati memo that shocks the world 256

Preter-human intelligence and the Illuminati of the Typhonian Order 260

The "alien" Jinn 263

The threat 268

The universe according to KERNER: Short Greys, Robots, Gods and Eugenism 271

The SIMBAD (Self Induced Method for Blocking Abductions definitively) 277

Chapter VIII From 33rd degree to Neo-Templarism and the new strategy of tension

The 33rd degree revealed and your right to embrace the Holy Spirit 282

Scottish Rite and Jesuitry: myth or reality? 287

Alien entities, the 18th degree, and Neo-Templar Nazi fascism 294

The discovery of the Ur-Lodges 298

Turkey and the Nazi-Occult Illuminati 300

"New" Nazism, Islam and the Illuminati 305

Revenge of the Turkish Illuminati 308

The army of the Imam 310

Toward a tragic ending, and a new beginning 313

Ordo ab chao: Time for chaos before order 316

"Templar Fundamentalism" The NWO answer to Islamic Fundamentalism 322

From Extreme Right and Neo-Templarism Breivick style, to Illuminatiam 328

The Metapolitical Network of the Right-wing Illuminati 336

The hypocrisy and ideological falsehood of Northern European Freemasonry 342

Last but not least a message of hope from True Freemasonry 344

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