Adam Weishaupt Died Saxe-Coburg-Gotha
I just came across this on Wikipedia and found it interesting.
We're all familiar with Adam Weishaupt, the notorious Jesuit priest who founded the Bavarian Illuminati which has been behind many subversive movements.
We're also familiar with the House of Windsor who happen to be one of the more powerful families in the world and who have strong connections behind many political movements in Europe and the United States as well as other places. The Queen of England, or more accurately the people behind her, represent a powerful group of people who are well connected and hold much influence.
Anyhow, the Queen of England is from the House of Windsor which is really the House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. Wikipedia explains it very simply:
The name was changed from Saxe-Coburg and Gotha to the English Windsor in 1917 because of anti-German sentiment in the British Empire during World War I.
The Windsors aren't British, they're German like Adam Weishaupt. This is all interesting considering what Wikipedia says about Adam Weishaupt:
I find it fascinating that Wikipedia straight up says:
Died 18 November 1830 (aged 82)
Not that any of this matters of course. It's not possible any of this stuff is connected. What would the Queen of England possibly have to do with the Illuminati?Filed under: Secret Societies / Fraternal Orders, Adam Weishaupt, Illuminati
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