Posts Tagged ‘secret societies’

Finding a Secret Society

March 10, 2013


There have been hints throughout history of “secret societies” and their members.

Most people today know all about the “secret” society called the Masons. They have hardly been a secret. They have always been a very public group.

Still, there might be some sort of secret organization within the Masons but no one has ever found anything out about that group. But the Masons? Nah!

The Illuminati were another group that was supposedly very “secret” but they have been known about for centuries. Once again, however, there may be some secret motives behind them that we are still unaware of.

The idea of a secret society excites us and the mystery behind the idea intrigues us to no end. That was probably why the supposed Priory de Sion made such a big splash when it was first revealed in the book Holy Blood, Holy Grail.

Turns out the society was actually a fake, created in the 1950’s by a guy who wanted to be a major player. Some of the ideas that came out of the study were, however, very intriguing and led to other researches about possible secret societies, even if the priory was not one of them.

Benjamin Franklin, the founding wit of America, once said “Two people can keep a secret, if one of them is dead.”

So any sort of secret society would seem to be doomed from the outset.

Yet many people have worked for the government in highly classified positions and never revealed exactly what is was they were working on. Seems they were able to keep a secret even if they were not dead.

So, if there actually IS some secret organization of one-worlders out there – whether within the Masons or even in the “fake” Priory de Sion – it has been kept pretty much occluded.

If this society has been working for centuries to society’s detriment, it stands to reason that there must be some other organization that has been working against them, doesn’t it?

After all, why would they still operate behind a veil of secrecy? Especially since the secret seems to be pretty much out in the open… even if so very few seem to believe it.

Perhaps it is a society that follows the maxim of Benjamin Franklin.

But can there be a secret “society” if it is known by only one person?


the Alien Gods

November 2, 2012

Over the years, I had seen or heard several fringe theories that the “God” of the Bible was actually an alien.

In many ways, it seemed to make sense. He and his “angels” flew around in the skies above, he seemed to have had some really awesome powers, and so forth.

Plus, in the scriptures of Genesis, it talks about the “elohim” (i.e. – the gods, plural). Some scholars say it could also mean just one god, so here it only meant one as well. I can see why they would like to remove the notion that the ancient Jews had more than one god so I can see why they would stress that the word itself could signify just one god.

Unfortunately, the text goes on to say the elohim took counsel among themselves… Still think it means only one god?

Anyway, most of the evidence for this god being an alien actually comes from the Bible. There’s another passage that talks of the “sons of god” marrying the “daughters of men”.

And then there’s all the characters from the scriptures who were taken up to heaven in a flaming chariot.

But all these threads had never been put together by any modern author until Zecharia Sitchin appeared.

Historians and philologists say he butchered the ancient Sumerian tablets to come up with his wild-eyed theories but they do support this “alien gods” scenario.

In fact, the late Zecharia Sitchin went further to say that the mingling of alien and earthling is what created homo sapien, and cro-magnon, probably working with the native neanderthal rootstock.

Very strange stuff, for sure. And there are many websites that go on and on how Sitchin stretches the evidence to “prove” his thesis.

Having a conspiracy theorist bent, I know about stretching facts to cover theories, especially when it covers some part of the historical conspiracy. For some reason, people just want to bury any of these connections, however slim. (Or however meaningless… it is as if people don’t want us to even start thinking or looking in certain directions…)

And if these tyrannical ancient alien gods had ruled over the race they created for some time before they vacated, what’s to say they are not planning on returning and resuming their overlordship? And if the race seems to want to be free rather than enslaved again, it could go very bad for us. Perhaps even to total annihilation.

So, there might be a group who has taken on itself the role of guardian of the human race, trying to keep us in line, or working to regain some control of the planet to get us whipped into shape so the returning god will not be too pissed at us. So pissed that he simply wipes us out.

It would be a very nice thing to do to keep humans alive, don’t you think? And so their goal is very admirable. They seem to have lost control at some point in history and are now trying to “help us back to subjugation”. Yes, “for our own good” of course.

And somewhere in the shadowy past, when these gods were treating humans like cattle, one of their number brought the gift of light to humans.

This story is to be found in the Greek myth of Prometheus, the light-bringer, who carried fire to the world. But “light” can also refer to knowledge and this is at the essence of the tale in the Bible about Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. They never ate an apple, as is popularly believed, but the fruit of the tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil. Knowledge, or enlightenment.

The Prometheus character in the Garden of Eden tale is the serpent who seduces Eve to bite the fruit. In the Judeo-Christian religion he is known as Lucifer, which just happens to mean “bringer of light”. How bizarre is this? Satan seems to be the good guy in this piece…

So, why would enlightenment be a very bad thing for humans? Well, if they did not understand that being slaves, even of the “great god”, was a bad thing, such knowledge would be very detrimental to keeping them in subservient roles, would it not?

And so, today, we find the illuminati (or “enlightened ones”) are working to return the human race to the role of subservience and they see it as a very noble cause for when the god returns, there will be some anger displayed if he does not have his slaves anymore.

How strange it is, huh? The guys trying to put us back into slavery and the church that worships this alien god are the protectors of mankind while the followers of Lucifer, the pagan fringe, has been relegated to the bad guy role.

It sometimes makes it difficult to know which side to root for, doesn’t it?

the Long Conspiracy

October 26, 2012

I have mentioned that the conspiracy has gone on a long time. How do I know this? Primarily because several tenets of the conspiracy are already in place at the very dawn of recorded history.

And what are these tenets of which I speak? First, the degradation of the female – the female has always been marginalized throughout history – second, the social formation where the person on top of the social body is the the ruler of the people rather than the servant of them – the earliest records already have kings ruling over the people – and third, state religions are already in place to control how people get in touch with their deity (or deities) – all priesthoods claimed to have been the go-between to the god(s).

It has often been said that the oldest profession was prostitution, but I think kingship and the priesthood probably go back as far, if not farther. Regardless, they are all three symptoms of the same societal problem that continues to the present, all part and parcel of the underpinnings of the great conspiracy.

Many people I have talked to over the years tell me that the conspirators are all essentially evil. That may seem logical to most people but I find it hard to believe that people – most people, anyway – could have a sane existence by doing what they knew was wrong, or evil.

I think Hitler was actually working toward something he considered good, not being evil for the sake of it. Sure, it was demented and had some very serious side-effects but he thought he was doing some good.

Just like the “smoking man” in the X-Files stories: he was doing what he thought was best for the human race. It did not look that way to the rest of us but the rationale worked for him.

So, what was this conspiracy all about?

The beginnings are so obscure as the be forgotten but some myths do come down to us from that time and they tell a whopper!

Apparently, some people visited here from outer space – yes, that crazy tale – and the alien was able to convince many people that he was god. And, yes, this guy loved to be bowed down to and worshiped!

Then one day, for whatever reason, the guy took off and claimed he would return. And with his departure came the threat of what would happen if the humans here were not still working in his best interests on his return.

So, his chief priesthood has been working to insure humans will still be subservient on the god’s return. Elsewise, the guy may just eradicate the species and start over again. Yes, the illuminati are trying to keep us from being wiped out by this crazy guy, if and when he returns.

Is the story far-fetched? You bet!

Too incredible to be believed? Absolutely!

But is there any other explanation?

I would certainly be open to discussing ideas from others.

Because the idea sounds too far-fetched even for me.

Searching for the Wains

October 23, 2012

In my historical researches for the hypothetical secret society that I call the Wains, you might wonder how I came up with the notion of their existence.

First of all, researching the grand conspiracy that led up to the present, it appears these bad guys were getting the upper hand several times in history but always seemed to be thwarted by something… or someone. Naturally – since I was writing fiction – I had to come up with a counter-society that was working against them. But who and where were these guys?

Secret societies have always been hard to ferret out because… well, they were a secret. Many times, their existence is only known by the void they leave behind. If you see some actions having passed but cannot trace the change of events back to the start, it looks like it might be evidence of secrets. If you get my drift.

Then I hypothesized, what if this was not a normally “structured” secret society? Not like the illuminati where they have meetings, secret handshakes, code-names, and what-not. What if the Wains were a more fluid organization, where only one or two people actually knew about the history and continued the “group” as it were. “Members” were people who were enlisted to aid the aims of the Wains without actually becoming card-carrying Wains. This would make it extremely difficult for anyone – i.e. the bad guys – to discover the group and destroy them.

It was an interesting idea and it would make it hard for them to be uncovered. Yes, even by researchers like me.

So, do they really exist?

Who knows for certain. All I can say for certain is that it appears someone has been working throughout history against the bad guys of the conspiracy and I cannot find anyone else taking up the task.

A little evidence would be very helpful, but I don’t see anything forthcoming. Still, some suppositions could be made about this group.

They would not be active, publicly, politically, in any formal way. Members of the group might be active in the public sphere, such as the work Dickens accomplished in attempting to improve the social conditions in England.

But I would imagine a lot of their activity could be found among the fringe elements. For example, more of a pagan religiosity rather than any organized religion. More of an ecological earth-centered structure than any high-tech fast-lane group. That sort of thing.

And why did I choose the name “wain”?

There is a constellation in the Northern night sky that many call Charlemagne’s war wagon… we call it Ursa Major, or the Big Dipper.

But the name traditionally held by the people of Europe was not Charlemagne’s war wagon, it was “Cheorl’s Wain”. It is easy to see how it could have been mistakenly thought to be talking about Charlemagne, but “cheorl” or “ceorl” was and ancient Teutonic word for the common man. And “wain” meant wagon. So, the constellation used to guide many of the early people of Europe was known as the common man’s wagon.

Somehow it became misappropriated and taken away from the common man.

Hmm, now that sounds typical, doesn’t it?