The Secretive Societies - Group Secrecy and the Private Societies
by Paul R. Miller

The Secretive Societies  

This book finishes the exposition of the globalization conspiracy and how it has been put into action by examining the similarities and differences between the many factions of the New World Order and their common ideological origins. Dry descriptions are given of the types and orders of open and secret societies and how they have all been used to further the globalization agenda. Particular topics include a sober analysis of the disinformation schemes organized by the Frenchmen Leo Taxil and Pierre Plantard, the nature of corporations and think tanks as well as their roles in world government, and the historical origins of each of the Illuminized secret societies or religious cults and their connections with Freemasonry. Implicit reference is given to where each of the categories of societies falls into the correct interpretation of the vision of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse of John.

The Secretive Societies attempts to present an entirely original and independent summary of the above information free from the oft-repeated but illogical and often deliberate disinformation sound bytes which currently dominate the entire genre.

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The collegiate fraternal orders are technically Hermetic institutions because they all have implanted in them the symbols and rituals of the ancient Hermetic cults. However, only the adepts of the Luciferian religion have any idea of the real significance of the symbolism. More importantly, Hermetic cults such as the Gnostic Catholic Church and the Royal Society of London have been used in recent times to subvert conservative ideologies and institutions in the West, particularly those of Christianity, the mortal enemy of Luciferianism.

The verifiable history of the Hermetic cults other than the Society of Jesus began with the publication of Fama Fraternitatis, or A Discovery of the Fraternity of the most laudable Order of the Rosy Cross (1614). The legendary Christian Rosenkreuz supposedly founded the Fraternity of the Rose Cross and built a temple called the House of the Holy Spirit after returning to Europe from the Middle East. According to oral tradition, he was the sole survivor of a German family which had been persecuted because it had embraced the heresy of the Albigenses (i.e., the Cathars in Languedoc, or Toulouse), and he was supposedly raised in a monastery under their influence in Languedoc. (Languedoc was the region between the Crown of Aragon and Kingdom of France, and thus the stronghold of Illuminism throughout the 12th century, from which most of the crypto-Jews from Spain worked their way into in Europe.) Some influential Hermeticists have claimed that Rosenkreuz (i.e., Bacon) was reincarnated as St. Germain, who reportedly died in 1784.

It is doubtful that the Order of the Rosy Cross has a continuous history from its legendary founding to the time of Francis Bacon, except through the somewhat spurious Johannite-Templar associations. In any case, Bacon was sent by Queen Elizabeth to the European continent, and he spent some time there among the Pleiades, a secret society run by Marguerite de Valois, wife of Henry IV of France and daughter of Catherine de Medici. The Pleiades performed the customs of the Steinmetzen (stonemasons), and the German name of Rosenkreuz is probably a pseudonym for Francis Bacon which he adopted while he was on the continent, though this does not necessarily mean that he was the only one with it. More likely is that all the Rosicrucians called themselves Christian Rosenkreuz at that time.

In 1594, initiations into the Pleiades sect were performed in England as a play written by Bacon called "The Order of the Helmet" in order to hide their true purpose from the public. The publication of the Fama Fraternitatis was followed by the Confessio Fraternitatis (1615) and the Chymical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz (1616), giving Hermeticism a relatively complete body of literature in the German language. They were very popular throughout Europe, and declared "the existence of a secret brotherhood of alchemists and sages who were preparing to transform the arts, sciences, religion, political, and intellectual landscape of Europe." Other important writings of the early Rosicrucians included John Dee's Monas Hieroglyphica (1564), Heinrich Khunrath's Amphitheatrum Sapientiae Aeternae (1609), Henrichus Neuhusius' Pia et Utilissima Admonitio de Fratribus Rosae Crucis (1618) and Elias Ashmole's Theatrum Chimicum britannicum (1650).

Many people believe that Martin Luther was a Rosicrucian, pointing to his personal seal as evidence, as well as the fact that his place of hiding between 1521 and 1522 was near the legendary birthplace of Christian Rosenkreuz. The Rosicrucian Fellowship traces the original Rosicrucian order to 1313, and to Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy. The association of the rose and the cross had existed from at least 1530 (and probably much earlier) with the Order of Christ, the reorganized Templars in Portugal. If the Order of Christ was the first group to use the symbol, then it is safe to assume that the Alumbrados came from that order and that all Illuminati see themselves as the inheritors of the Rosicrucian legacy, if not as Rosicrucians themselves.

Many sources attest that the Rosicrucians' mysterious College of Invisibles is comprised of high-ranking adepts of Hermeticism who govern the initiates of other less important secretive societies, and this supports the Templar-Rosicrucian-Illuminati connection. Rosicrucian orders created since the mid-19th century are numerous and include the Fraternitas Rosae Crucis (1861), the Societas Rosicruciana in Anglia (1866), the Societas Rosicruciana in Civitatibus Foederatis (1880), the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn (1888), the Rosicrucian Fellowship (1911), the Anthroposophical Society (1912), the Ancient Mystical Order Rosae Crucis (1915), the Rosicrucian Order Crotona Fellowship (1924), the Lectorium Rosicrucianum (1934), the Orden Rosenkreuz (1988), and the Confraternity of the Rose Cross (1996). The last of the Hermetic societies was tentatively to be created in 2012 and named the Order of the Temple of the Rosy Cross, though it remains to be seen whether any information on this society will ever surface.

Of all these, the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn has had the most worldwide influence due to Crowley's initiation, and to the Ordo Templi Orientis (OTO) which it inspired. The OTO has grand lodges in the United States, Germany, the United Kingdom, Australia and Norway. Other organizations based on the order's rites include the Typhonian OTO and the Societas OTO. Rudolf Steiner, the founder of Anthroposophy, was a member of the OTO.

The Golden Dawn was founded by Freemasons of the Societas Rosicruciana in Anglia. William Wynn Westcott, the chief influence, was also a member of the Theosophical Society. Other religious rites and practices besides Freemasonry and Theosophy which influenced the Golden Dawn's ideologies include Kabbalah, Theurgy, Papus and Enochian magic. Other societies based on the original rites of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn include the Esoteric Order of the Golden Dawn, the Rosicrucian Order of Alpha and Omega, the Mountain Temple & Order of the Golden Dawn, the Open Source Order of the Golden Dawn, the Order of the Golden Dawn, the Ordo Stella Matutina, and the Sodalitas Rosae Crucis et Solis Alati.

Leaders of the international conspiracy are chosen from these groups, whose members are far more aware of the nature and purpose of the Luciferian agenda than the initiates of other secretive societies are. According to Michael Howard, Benjamin Franklin was a grand master of Rosicrucianism and "Agent 72 of the British intelligence agency created by Dr. John Dee and Francis Bacon during the reign of Elizabeth I." It was through the development of the transcontinental contacts through their common Rosicrucian origins that Franklin and Dashwood subverted Western occult traditions on behalf of Weishaupt and the Order of the Illuminati.

 

From the notes:

In either case (of capitalism or socialism), the corporations are more powerful than the state. Friedman (see endnote 11) discusses an incident in 1988 when 2500 angry workers took over the Brazilian government-controlled National Steel Company in Volta Redonda, demanding retroactive pay and reduced work hours. In the ensuing "veritable urban guerrilla warfare operation," 3 workers were killed and 36 were wounded. Four years later, the same factory's workers demanded that it be privatized in order to remain competitive, and it has contributed to the privatization of other state-owned factories in Brazil (pp. 44-45). Globalization is unavoidable for the simple fact that the vast majority of people in the industrialized world are incapable of imagining a world without the pursuit of currency, and all material efforts are therefore directed to the end of globalization whether they are performed under the guise of capitalism or of socialism/nationalism.


Table of Contents

Foreword
 
Chapter 1 - The Psychology of Secrecy 1.1 Group Secrecy
 1.2 Paranoia
 1.3 Disinformation
Chapter 2 - The Secret Societies
2.1 The Taxil Hoax
 2.2 The Plantard Hoax
 2.3 The Cooper Controversy
Chapter 3 - The Open Societies 3.1 Corporations
 3.2 Committees
 3.3 Think Tanks
Chapter 4 - The Private Societies 4.1 The Martial Orders
 4.2 The Collegiate Orders
 4.3 The Mob
Chapter 5 - The Christian Societies 5.1 Ancient Cults
 5.2 Contemporary Cults
 5.3 Fundamentalism
Chapter 6 - The Masonic Societies 6.1 Masonic Cults
 6.2 The Scottish Rites
 6.3 The Appendant Societies
Chapter 7 - The Satanic Societies
7.1 Group Individualism
 7.2 Enlightenment Cults
 7.3 Post-Modern Cults
Chapter 8 - The Luciferian Societies
8.1 Group Universalism
 8.2 Hermetic Cults
 8.3 Death Cults
Conclusion 
Endnotes
 
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