Adepts in America in 1776 » William Q. Judge’s Speculations prompt Blavatsky to Question “Illuminati” Theory

ADEPTS IN AMERICA 1776? DID ANY ADEPTS GET INVOLVED IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. WILLIAM Q. JUDGE PUBLISHED IN THEOSOPHIST 1883 SUGGESTIONS HE PLACES AS THOSE OF HIS OWN RESPONSIBILITY WITHOUT THE CONSENT OF ANY ADEPTS. AN ORTHODOX HINDU CHHABIGRAM DOLATRAM WRITES TO H.P.B. FOR CLARIFICATION AND SHE QUESTIONS THE THEORY ‘Illuminati’ def. (Lat.). The “Enlightened”,…

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The Spanish Alumbrados: Origin of the Term ‘Illuminati’

def. Illuminati Helena P. Blavatsky’s Theosophical Glossary (published in 1892), references the term “Illuminati” and defines it, from Latin, as a reference to the “Enlightened,” or the initiated adepts† (Lat. adeptus. “an expert”). The term is the past participle of illuminare, meaning to “light up,” or “illuminate.” The plural term, “Illuminati” (Lat. illuminatus; Ital. Illuminato) was originally applied to…

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The Hidden-Hand Theory: C.W. Leadbeater’s ideas about an Inner Government of the World

“We must now be realistic, or we do the cause great harm.” (Edward L. Gardner, in 1963) Realistic, meaning we tell the public the truth, without letting them discover it for themselves. (…) Before the appearance of modern Theosophical literature it was ‘Spirits’ and ‘Controls’ that were ever in the mouths of these folk; now the…

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Buzz Feed Unsolved: The Secret Society of the Illuminati

The Secret History of the Illuminati Great points by Professor of History at UC Davis, Kathryn Olmsted. Thanks to BuzzFeedBlue, and their humor. Articles on MINVRA about the Illuminati The Practical Basis of Spiritual Illumination The Spanish Alumbrados: Origin of the term ‘Illuminati’ The Bavarian Illuminati, Weishaupt, and Illuminati Pop Lies Illuminati History of the Secret…

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Edith Starr Miller’s “Occult Theocrasy” on Theosophy and the Illuminati

Known as Lady Queensborough, her real name was Edith Starr Miller (1887-1933). Edith Starr Miller, an active member of Fascist leagues, sought it her utmost duty as an anti-Mormon Christian to find every religion other than her Christianity conduits in a Satanic, and Luciferian plot to overthrow “Judeo-Christian civilization.” Edith Starr Miller argued in her second work,…

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