George Washington Warned of THE Conspiracy


This is the book that was given to George Washington that warned him of the infiltration of Masonic Lodges by Satanists called the Illuminati. Washington warned in his last speech that there was a threat from inside America and the Illuminati went underground until the 1940s. These same Illuminati have been infiltrating governments, nonprofit foundations, corporations, schools, universities, and Christian organizations. They are brain washing our children with global warming, immorality, over population scares, terrorism, radical environmentalism, and oppose our Constitution, freedom, and Christianity; while orchestrating the creation of a world government to recreate the Babel of Nimrod. They want to destroy and enslave mankind in a New World Order and New Age Religion under a Satan possessed dictator. They want to combine all religions under the  False Prophet of Rome. The Communist European Union is their first success at unification.  In schools they encourage children to rebel against traditional values, their parents, rule of law, government authority, police, and the church.

"Proofs of a Conspiracy" was written by John Robison a member of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry (he was unaware of the Illuminati influence for a long time), a Scottish professor, he wrote a book to warn Britain and other kingdoms that the Illuminati forces which toppled the French monarchy and started The Terror were still active. In his book, Robison traced the story of the 1776 founding of the Bavarian Illuminati by Adam Weishaupt, a professor at Ingolstadt and the suppression of the order by the royal and church authorities of Bavaria in 1785. The Illuminists went underground all over Europe and used existing Masonic lodges or set up their own as a cover for their activities. In Paris, the Duc d'Orleans headed the Illuminist front called the Grand Orient Lodge (Alixter Crowley revived this organization and brought together all the Illuminati groups he called the Ordo Templi Orientis, an international fraternal and pagan religious organization), his base to conspire against the ruling House of Bourbon. The English and Scottish lodges were generally apolitical amid many worked actively to keep out Illuminists as insincere applicants, but Robison maintained that some continental lodges remained hotbeds of revolutionary plotting, and therefore dangerous, at the time he wrote. Robison was a contemporary and collaborator with James Watt (with whom he worked on an early steam car), contributor to the 1797 Encylopedia Britannica, professor of philosophy at the University of Edinburgh, and inventor of the siren. Although Robison was very much an advocate of science and rationalism, he became an ardent monarchist later in life due to his disillusionment with the French Revolution. In "Proofs of a Conspiracy," Robison laid the groundwork for modern conspiracy research by implicating the Bavarian Illuminati as the cause of the French Revolution. The Bavarian Illuminati had an inner core who secretly held radical atheist, anti-monarchist and possibly proto-feminist views, at that time considered to be sin. They recruited by infiltrating the numerous (and otherwise benign) Freemasonic groups which were active at the time on the continent. Today, the Illuminati secret society within a secret society which hoodwinks its junior members to become puppet-masters of society today.

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