...it is more interesting to learn...that Karl Marx was not the real founder of Communist world revolution. Its true father was Adam Weishaupt, founder of the freemasonic order of the Illuminati
Freemasonry is hidden Christianity, at least my explanations of the hieroglyphics fit this perfectly, and in this way in which I explain Christianity no one need be ashamed to be a Christian
Not only was Weishaupt (who considered himself a "true Christian") cryptically referring to Akhenaton and his times, but his words help us to understand that he was an emissary of the Vatican. He speaks of the secret tradition or agenda of Jesus. And he knew well what this meant. He goes on to say in his writings that this secret doctrine was part of a tradition handed down by a line of masters who "hid themselves and their doctrine under the cover of Freemasonry." This doctrine of Christ could not be understood to the common man. It was known only by those men who were correctly initiated into its mysteries and who possessed the symbolic keys to decipher its secrets.
No one...has so cleverly concealed the high meaning of His teaching, and no one finally has so surely and easily directed men on to the path of freedom as our great master Jesus of Nazareth. This secret meaning and natural consequence of His teaching He hid completely, for Jesus had a secret doctrine, as we see in more than one place of the Scriptures
This is our great and unforgettable Master, Jesus of Nazareth, appeared at a time in world when it was sunk in depravity...The first followers of His teachings are not wise men but simple, chosen from the lowest class of the people, so as to show that His teaching should be possible and comprehensible to all classes and conditions of men
Adam Weishaupt may have repudiated nationalistic tendencies but, unlike so many later Communists, he never desisted from praising the Christian Christ. He could do this because he knew what others did not. He knew that the Jesus Christ he was lauding was not the same as that commonly worshipped. His Jesus was not only the savior of the sinner, but the King of the World.
When the origins of nations and peoples of the world ceased to be a great family, a single kingdom...Nationalism took the place of human love...Now it became a virtue to magnify one's fatherland at the expense of whoever was not enclosed within its limits, now as a means to this narrow end it was allowed to despise and outwit foreigners or indeed even to insult them. This virtue was called Patriotism
The Weishaupt documents are incontestably authentic; the Bavarian government unwittingly forestalled any attempt to cry “Forgery” (in the manner made familiar in our century) by inviting any who were interested to inspect the original documents in the Archives at Munich
Brilliant and well trained by the Jesuits in the conspiratorial methods of access to power, young Weishaupt decided to organize a body of conspirators, determined to free the world from the Jesuitical rule of Rome and help humanity back to the pristine Christian faith of the hermetic martyrs. He is reputed to have been initiated by a German merchant named Kolmer, who had spent many years in Egypt, into a secret doctrine based on Manichaeism. Mayday of 1776, Weishaupt founded his own sect of the Very Perfectibles - better known as the Illuminati - with five original members, self-described as reformist libertarians, partisans of absolute equality
This endeavor to spawn apparently anti-Catholic secret societies was probably spurred on when Rome's agents noticed, and began to be concerned about, bone fide sects and societies that sought to undermine the awesome and ever-encroaching dominance of the popes. The most important and successful of these apparently anti-Catholic societies was known as the "Order of the Illuminati." Far from being anti-Catholic, as most of its members believed, it was founded by Catholic Jesuit Adam Weishaupt and its members and branches operated throughout the world to serve Rome's long term agenda. Its existence prevented real rebellion against the Church and guaranteed its longevity. Like other similar organizations (Jacobins, Alumbrados of Spain,Theosophists, Cistercians, Freemasons, etc) it attracted many disgruntled princes and dukes and prospered from their donations and patronage. The founders and leaders of these orders did a lot of homework and they learned a great deal about anti-Catholic sentiments. They succeeded infilling their lodges with those very souls who desired to end the power threatening their families, lands, beliefs, and freedom. It was easy for the masters of the lodges to lead neophytes through initiations and rites that ostensibly rebuked royalty, imperialism, and dogmatic religion. The masters knew what the neophytes did not. They knew that these institutions were not half as important as the will of Aton which permitted their existence. Kings and priests could be rebuked and humbled, Aton could not.
These good folk swell our numbers and fill our money-box. Set yourselves to work; these gentlemen must be made to nibble at the bait…But this sort of people must always be made to believe that the grade they have reached is the last
Weishaupt believes that to promote this perfection of the human character was the object of Jesus Christ. That his intention was simply to reinstate natural religion, & by diffusing the light of his morality, to teach us to govern ourselves. His precepts are the love of God & love of our neighbor. And by teaching innocence of conduct, he expected to place men in their natural state of liberty & equality. He says, no one ever laid a surer foundation for liberty than our grand master, Jesus of Nazareth. He believes the Free masons were originally possessed of the true principles & objects of Christianity, & have still preserved some of them by tradition, but much disfigured. The means he proposes to effect this improvement of human nature are "to enlighten men, to correct their morals & inspire them with benevolence. Secure of our success, sais he, we abstain from violent commotions. To have foreseen, the happiness of posterity & to have prepared it by irreproachable means, suffices for our felicity. The tranquility of our consciences is not troubled by the reproach of aiming at the ruin or overthrow of states or thrones." As Weishaupt lived under the tyranny of a despot & priests, he knew that caution was necessary even in spreading information, & the principles of pure morality. He proposed therefore to lead the Free masons to adopt this object & to make the objects of their institution the diffusion of science & virtue. He proposed to initiate new members into his body by gradations proportioned to his fears of the thunderbolts of tyranny. This has given an air of mystery to his views, was the foundation of his banishment, the subversion of the masonic order, & is the colour for the ravings against him of Robinson, Barruel & Morse, whose real fears are that the craft would be endangered by the spreading of information, reason, & natural morality among men. This subject being new to me, I have imagined that if it be so to you also, you may receive the same satisfaction in seeing, which I have had in forming the analysis of it: & I believe you will think with me that if Wishaupt had written here, where no secrecy is necessary in our endeavors to render men wise & virtuous, he would not have thought of any secret machinery for that purpose.
Far from being a starry eyed idealist or fantasizing intellectual, Weishaupt was backed in his plan for world power by many of the leading Canaanite bankers of Europe; Moses Mendelssohn of Germany, Daniel Itzig of Vienna; Friedlander, Mayer, Meyer Cerfbeer, Moses Mocatta, and the Goldsmid brothers of London, Benjamin and Abraham. Remaining behind the scenes of Weishaupt's operations, while liberally funding the growth of his movement, they secretly functioned as the Sovereign Patriarchal Council of Hamburg, the Supreme Jewish Lodge.
The great strength of our Order lies in its concealment; let it never appear in its own name, but always covered by another name, and another occupation.