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[[File:Adam Weishaupt01.jpg|thumb|<translate><!--T:7--> Adam Weishaupt, founder of the Bavarian Illuminati</translate>]]
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The Illuminati was a secret order founded in Bavaria May 1, 1776, by Adam Weishaupt (1748–1830), a professor of canon law at Ingolstadt University, Germany, and a former Jesuit. This order, originally called the Society of Perfectibilists, was divided into an intricate system of graded classes and degrees of initiation. Members observed strict oaths of secrecy and obedience to superiors, with secret confessions and mutual surveillance.
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At its height, the Illuminati operated throughout a wide area of Europe. It is said that Weishaupt’s real aim—hidden from novices at the outer rings of his group—was to replace Christianity with the worship of reason and to establish a world government through which the Illuminati would rule the world. The group was outlawed by edict of the Bavarian government in 1785, though some claim that the order and/or its ideals and methods have lived on.
    
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This has been going on century after century, and still the children of God and most of mankind have not perceived the great conspiracy of the false hierarchy. Their failure to see has fulfilled the prophecy “Where there is no vision, the people perish.”<ref>Prov. 29:18.</ref>   
 
This has been going on century after century, and still the children of God and most of mankind have not perceived the great conspiracy of the false hierarchy. Their failure to see has fulfilled the prophecy “Where there is no vision, the people perish.”<ref>Prov. 29:18.</ref>   
 
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One outer order of the Illuminati was a secret order founded in Bavaria May 1, 1776, by Adam Weishaupt (1748–1830), a professor of canon law at Ingolstadt University, Germany, and a former Jesuit. This order, originally called the Society of Perfectibilists, was divided into an intricate system of graded classes and degrees of initiation. Members observed strict oaths of secrecy and obedience to superiors, with secret confessions and mutual surveillance.
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At its height, the Illuminati operated throughout a wide area of Europe. It is said that Weishaupt’s real aim—hidden from novices at the outer rings of his group—was to replace Christianity with the worship of reason and to establish a world government through which the Illuminati would rule the world. The group was outlawed by edict of the Bavarian government in 1785, though some claim that the order and/or its ideals and methods have lived on.
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