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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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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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The French freed themselves from a tyrannical yoke, but alas, they soon put on another even greater yoke: the karma of rebellion against holy order, which is heaven’s first law. When man becomes a law unto himself, the path of liberty is inverted and, like the children of Israel, he condemns himself to endless wandering through a desert devoid of heavenly graces. Then only a compassionate prophet, like a Moses or a Saint Germain, can deliver him.   
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The French freed themselves from a tyrannical yoke, but alas, they soon put on another even greater yoke: the karma of rebellion against holy order, which is heaven’s first law. When man becomes a law unto himself, the path of liberty is inverted and, like the children of Israel, he condemns himself to endless wandering through a desert devoid of heavenly graces. Then only a compassionate prophet, like a [[Moses]] or a [[Saint Germain]], can deliver him.   
    
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