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Communication Codes For the Revolution

1:No 2:Yes 3:Trust 4:Nation 5:Destination 6:City 7:The Person 8:Hate 9:Police
10:Assassination 11:The Person After Op 12:The Whistle 14:Setup 15:Internal Security
16:External Security 17:Operation 18:Not Hate 19:Foreign Security 20:Government
21:Communications Security 22:The Vision Implant 33:Quick Escape 41:Cover-Up 50:The Illuminati

The Codes are Alphanumerical e.g A=1 B=2 and so on for the First letter of the word in code

The Dark Druids Of The Illuminati

The Bavarian Illuminati (The Current Dark Druid Illuminati)

The group most closely associated with the name illuminati were the movement of republican free thought founded on May Day 1776 by Adam Weishaupt, professor of canon law at Ingolstadt and a former Jesuit. The members of this secret society called themselves “Perfectibilists.” Their founder’s aim was to replace Christianity with a religion of reason, as later did the revolutionaries of France and the 19th-century positivist philosopher Auguste Comte. The order was organized along Jesuit lines and kept internal discipline and a system of mutual surveillance based on that model. Its members pledged obedience to their superiors and were divided into three main classes: the first included “novices,” “minervals,” and “lesser illuminati”; the second consisted of freemasons (“ordinary,” “Scottish,” and “Scottish knights”); and the third or “mystery” class comprised two grades of “priest” and “regent” as well as “magus” and “king.”

Beginning with a narrow circle of disciples carefully selected from among his own students, Weishaupt gradually extended his recruitment efforts from Ingolstadt to Eichstätt, Freising, Munich, and elsewhere, with special attention being given to the enlistment of young men of wealth, rank, and social importance.

From 1778 onward Weishaupt’s illuminati began to make contact with various Masonic lodges, where, under the impulse of Adolf Franz Friedrich, Freiherr von Knigge, one of their chief converts, they often managed to gain a commanding position, It was to Knigge that the society was indebted for the extremely elaborate constitution (never, however, actually realized) as well as its internal communication system.

Each member of the order had given him a special name, generally classical, by which he alone was addressed in official writing (Weishaupt was referred to as Spartacus while Knigge was Philo). All internal correspondence was conducted in cipher, and to increase the mystification, towns and provinces were invested with new and altogether arbitrary designations.

At its period of greatest development, Weishaupt’s “Bavarian Illuminati” included in its operations a very wide area, extending from Italy to Denmark and from Warsaw to Paris; at no time, however, do its numbers appear to have exceeded 2,000.

The order and its doctrines appealed to literary giants such as Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Johann Gottfried von Herder as well as the dukes Ernest II of Gotha and Charles Augustus of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach. Such notables were claimed as members although it is questionable if they were actually so.

Weishaupt’s illuminati were believed to have included astronomer Johann Bode, writer and bookseller Friedrich Nicolai, philosopher Friedrich Jacobi, and poet Friedrich Leopold, Graf zu Stolberg-Stolberg.

Secret societies of this kind fitted in with the idea of benevolent despotism as a vehicle for the Enlightenment, as Goethe shows in Wilhelm Meister’s Apprenticeship. The movement suffered from internal dissension and was ultimately banned by an edict of the Bavarian government in 1785. Some members were imprisoned, while others were driven from their homes.

Weishaupt was stripped of his chair at Ingolstadt and banished from Bavaria. After 1785 the historical record contains no further activities of Weishaupt’s illuminati, but the order figured prominently in conspiracy theories for centuries after its suppossed disbanding. It was credited with activities ranging from the instigation of the French Revolution to the assassination of U.S. Pres. John F. Kennedy, and the notion of an all-knowing cabal of ancient masters remained a powerful image in the popular consciousness into the 21st century.

Other Ancient Associated Groups

Illuminati, designation in use from the 15th century, assumed by or applied to various groups of persons who claimed to be unusually enlightened. The word is the plural of the Latin illuminatus (“revealed” or “enlightened”). Early illuminati Is the Illuminati real?

According to adherents, the source of the “light” was viewed as being directly communicated from a higher source or due to a clarified and exalted condition of the human intelligence. To the former class belong the Alumbrados (Spanish: “enlightened”) of Spain. Spanish historian Marcelino Menéndez y Pelayo first finds the name about 1492 (in the form aluminados, 1498) but traces them back to a gnostic origin and thinks their views were promoted in Spain through influences from Italy.

One of their earliest leaders—indeed, some scholars style her as a “pre-Alumbrado”—was María de Santo Domingo, who came to be known as La Beata de Piedrahita. She was a labourer’s daughter, born in Aldeanueva, south of Salamanca, about 1485. She joined the Dominican order as a teenager and soon achieved renown as a prophet and mystic who could converse directly with Jesus Christ and the Virgin. Ferdinand of Aragon invited her to his court, and he became convinced of the sincerity of her visions.

The Dominicans appealed to Pope Julius II for guidance, and a series of trials were convened under the auspices of the Inquisition. Her patrons, which by then included not only Ferdinand but also Francisco Cardenal Jiménez de Cisneros and the duke of Alba, ensured that no decision was taken against her, and she was cleared in 1510.

St. Ignatius of Loyola, while studying at Salamanca (1527), was brought before an ecclesiastical commission on a charge of sympathy with the Alumbrados, but he escaped with an admonition. Others were not so fortunate. In 1529 a congregation of unlettered adherents at Toledo was visited with scourging and imprisonment.

Greater rigours followed, and for about a century the Alumbrados afforded many victims to the Inquisition, especially at Córdoba. The movement (under the name of Illuminés) seems to have reached France from Seville in 1623. It attained some prominence in Picardy when joined (1634) by Pierre Guérin, curé of Saint-Georges de Roye, whose followers, known as Guerinets, were suppressed in 1635.

Another body of Illuminés surfaced in the south of France in 1722 and appears to have lingered till 1794, having affinities with those known contemporaneously as “French Prophets,” an offshoot of the Protestant militant Camisards.

Of a different class were the Rosicrucians, who claimed to have originated in 1422 but achieved public notice in 1537. Their teachings combined something of Egyptian Hermetism, Christian gnosticism, Jewish Kabbala, alchemy, and a variety of other occult beliefs and practices.

The earliest extant writing which mentions the Rosicrucian order was the Fama Fraternitatis, first published in 1614 but probably circulated in manuscript form somewhat earlier than this. It recounts the journey of the reputed founder of the movement, Christian Rosenkreuz, to Damascus, Damcar (a legendary hidden city in Arabia), Egypt, and Fès, where he was well received and came into possession of much secret wisdom.

He returned finally to Germany, where he chose three others to whom he imparted this wisdom and thus founded the order. Later the number was increased to eight, who separated, each going to a separate country. One of the six articles of agreement they adopted was that the fraternity should remain secret for 100 years.

At the end of 120 years the secret burial place and the perfectly preserved body of the founder were discovered by one of the then members of the order, along with certain documents and symbols held in very high esteem by Rosicrucians. The sacred vault was re-covered, the members of the order dispersed, and the location of the vault was lost to history. The Fama ends with an invitation to “some few” to join the fraternity.

Among those believed to have been associated with the order were German alchemist Michael Maier, British physician Robert Fludd, and British philosopher and statesman Sir Francis Bacon.

The Modern Illuminati

The Dark Druids of the Illuminati who sometimes attend Bohemian Grove in the USA to sacrifice the effigy Care to the Demi God Yaldabaoth have proven to be Active throughout the mists of time. They have been caught in modern times Killing and re-enforcing their power in the World in an attempt to instill a world Dictatorship Government in a De-populated World with an Implanted slave workforce.

The Dark Moon is a time of Ritual in Druidry and is no different to the Druids of the Illuminati. The Illuminati believe in Human Blood Sacrifices as they have been corrupted by stupidity and Roman Propaganda that the old Celtic Druids practiced Human Sacrifice, which is NOT True, but the Dark Druids of the Illuminati DO conduct Human Blood Sacrifices at Pagan Festival times one of which involves the power of the Dark Moon.

Druid Lore & Pythagorean Numerology is abundant in the affairs of the Dark Druids of The Illuminati. Research them yourself.

Moon Phases Calender
(Check The Dark Moon Days of the Years Yourself for the Assassinations)

The Illuminati and Pythogrean Numerology

What Are Master Numbers?

In numerology, essentially every single-digit number, IE: numbers 0 to 9, holds a specific meaning. When these single-digit numbers are combined to form double-, triple-, quadruple-, and quintuple-digit numbers, meaning is derived from a combination of these.

If we had to consider the number 1234, the symbolism of this number would be a combination of the meaning associated with the numbers 1, 2, 3, and 4.

Similarly, should we want to know the meaning behind a number such as 444, we would consider the meaning related to the single-digit 4. However, in this case, the meaning is intensified as the number 4 is repeated three times.

When it comes to master numbers, there are only three to speak of, and they are all double-digit numbers. These three master numbers are said to be an expression of what is called the triangle of enlightenment.

The master numbers in numerology are the numbers 11, 22, and 33. We call them master numbers because they hold more power and possibility than any other number in a numerology chart.

It is worth mentioning that, while the numbers 44, 55, 66, 77, 88, and 99 are not master numbers, they have a powerful influence. However, their power is not as strong as that of the master numbers.

The Spiritual Number 7 Meaning

The number Seven was considered as a spiritual number by Pythagoras, the Great Father of numerology and mathematics. The shape of 7 is similar to a shepherd’s crook. It symbolises the uninterrupted flow of kundalini from the lower end of the spine to the third eye that lies in the forehead and between the two eyes.

The third eye is called the Tisra Til or the Tenth Gate in mystical circles. It is also considered as the secret gateway that provides you an opening to the inner worlds.

The Master Number 11 Meaning

11 is the bringer of spiritual awareness and a devout supporter of humankind. It is truly a messenger of the universe. The most remarkable characteristic of the Master Number 11 is its connection to a higher source of wisdom. It is intuitive to the point of being psychic, channeling its knowledge and meaning from a spiritual source. But the Master Numbers have a responsibility, and it's the number 11's duty to use this gift of awareness to deliver cosmic truths that encourage humanity.

All Master Numbers are a higher vibration of their single-digit counterpart -- in the 11's case, the number 2. This means the 11 carries many of the same traits as the number 2, such as harmony, empathy, and sensitivity, but it feels them and utilizes them in much deeper, more profound ways. It's also important to remember that the number 11 is comprised of two 1s side by side and, therefore, carries some attributes of the number 1 as well. 1 is innovative and motivated, open to new things and eager to make a difference.

The Master Number 22 Meaning

The number 22 is one of three very important double-digit numbers in Numerology: the Master Numbers. 11, 22, and 33 are the only Master Numbers, and their powerful energy is meant to connect us to the spiritual plane and help us find purpose in our existence. Known in Numerology as the "Master Builder," the number 22 channels cosmic wisdom down to Earth and uses it to turn incredible dreams into reality.

The Master Number 22 brings together the spiritual and the material. It trusts its instincts to identify areas where its efforts are needed most. The 22 has been chosen to receive profound insights and its responsibility is to direct them into creating something valuable, true, and meaningful -- something that goes toward the greater good. It is balanced, capable, and up to this extraordinary task.

To understand the meaning of the 22 we can look at the energy of the numbers it's made of. First, it's important to realize that each Master Number is an advanced vibration of its single-digit companion -- for 22, this is the number 4. The energy of the number 4 is practical, dedicated, productive, and hardworking. But looking at the number 22, we see two 2s standing together, so this Master Number also has skills in diplomacy and teamwork -- traits associated with the number 2 that help it gain support from others. And lastly, 22 is twice the number 11, revealing that the 22 possesses the same psychic energy as the 11, but has the ability to turn it into something much greater. This combination of logic, hard work, people skills, and inner wisdom is exactly what makes the number 22 the Master Builder.

The Master Number 33 Meaning

The Master Number 33 is the most advanced on this spiritual path, earning it the grand title of Master Teacher. The Master Number 33 represents pure love. Its heart is made of nothing but bright, warm light and the universe has trusted it to shine this light on humanity. The Master Numbers each have a responsibility to the greater good and it's the 33's responsibility to support and uplift humankind and bring compassion to the world.

It's easy to understand the meaning of the number 33 if we look at the energy of the numbers it's made of. Its single-digit vibration is the number 6, so the 33 will have some similar traits as the 6 like being nurturing, protective, and family-oriented. But it's clear the number 3 is also part of 33, which means being creative and communicative come naturally to this Master Number as well. Lastly, 33 is directly related to the two Master Numbers that come before it, 11 and 22. The 33 embodies both the intuitive, visionary qualities of the 11 and the 22's ability to manifest these visions in the material world. This blend of a soft heart, inspiring outlook, and the ability to understand and communicate concepts of growth and healing are exactly what makes the number 33 the Master Teacher.