The order of the Bavarian Illuminati – Secretive Society.
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We can not understand much about the Illuminati before knowing theJesuits as the founder of the Order of the Illuminati, Adam Weishauptwas a Jesuit priest. But it was not just a Jesuit priest … What follows is a brief introduction to the sect of the Illuminati, with the main points of this famous and popular group.
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History of the Bavarian Illuminati and Adam Weishaupt
The order of the Illuminati was established on 1 May 1776 (Mayday! Mayday!) By Adam Weishaupt, a professor of Canon Law at the University of Ingolstadt in Germany. Adam Weishaupt, a Jew born February 6, 1748 and converted to Christianity, had initially presented as a religious reformer. Weishaupt, was contacted in 1770 by the House of Rothschild that he founded the Bavarian Illuminati. Once order sets, the Rothschilds were able to exercise direct influence on other important secret lodges. The sect has borrowed fromFreemasonry a number of rites and degrees, but also contributed greatly, not only borrowed. It is divided into two classes and is as follows (according to some internet sources):
- The first class (the preparations) is divided into four levels: novice, school fees, minor illuminated, lit major. The latter can also be called Scotch Knight.
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- The second class (the mysteries) is subdivided into two grades: one small mysteries including priests and princes and regents, and one of the great mysteries whose rank the mage and the man or philosopher-king. The elite class of preparations and mysteries made the board and the degree of Areopagite.