Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D.
November 29, 2010
[Note: Repeatedly in the past, I have noted that the Power Elite (PE) is planning a global currency for the World Socialist Government to come, and on April 13 this year the IMF’s report Reserve Accumulation and International Monetary Stability called for a global currency named the “bancor” (Fabian Socialist John Maynard Keynes’ term) to be issued by a new world central bank that could have some global taxing authority. Then, on September 1, Dr. Alessandro Sassoli was interviewed by Coin Update regarding his idea beginning 1996 for a new global currency, a project of the United Future World Currency (UFWC) organization. And in this interview he stated: “The world is evolving very fast. Maybe in just eight years time, it might be possible to introduce a new super-national currency like the UFWC by 2018.” This is the same date (2018) for the global currency (the “Phoenix”) projected by The Economist in its January 9, 1988 edition, so the timetable is on track!
On the same day (September 1) as the Sassoli interview, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon remarked: “There is such a thing as the global public good. And for that very reason, we need to think about the issues of global governance needed to manage them.” He also talked about the need for “global economic management” and global disarmament.
A few days ago, the Communist Chinese bought 18% of General Motors. With what did they buy it? They bought it with the interest our government is paying them on our debt to them and with all the money Americans have been paying them to buy cheap, often forced-labor products!
Substituting for Rush Limbaugh, radio host Mark Steyn on November 19 referred to a statement by New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman in which the latter asserted that although the Chinese Communist leaders are dictators, because their management of China is “reasonable” they can move their nation forward. Steyn correctly asked, “Forward to what?” What Steyn doesn’t realize is that Friedman’s remark is part of a pattern. Remember that in The New York Times (April 10, 1973), CFR chairman David Rockefeller wrote about the “progress” of China under the dictatorship of Chairman Mao, “whatever the price of the Chinese Revolution.” It was common knowledge that Mao had brutally tortured and killed tens of millions of innocent Chinese.
And regarding the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) new invasive pat-downs, Rush Limbaugh on November 22 said, “I don’t care how you slice this. This is a police state.” He said the Obama Administration’s attitude is we’re going to “subject everyone to a police state. Get used to it!”]
At the conclusion of Part 3, I quoted Alan Axelrod as saying John Ruskin was “a student of the ILLUMINATI,” and I said that Cecil Rhodes was a student of Ruskin’s at Oxford University in the 1870s. Also in the 1870s, Wilhelm Wundt established the first laboratory in experimental psychology at the University of Leipzig. Wundt’s grandfather, Kirchenrat Karl Kasimir Wundt, was a member of the Illuminati (code name Raphael), according to the “Illuminati Provincial Report” from Utica dated September 1782 (see Richard Dulman’s Der Geheimbund Der Illuminatum, and a good source for original Illuminati documents is www.bavarian-illuminati.info).
That Wilhelm Wundt’s grandfather was a member of the Order, of course, doesn’t guarantee the grandson was an adherent of the Illuminati’s principles. However, it is noteworthy that the “Father of Progressive Education,” John Dewey, was a co-author and signer of the first Humanist Manifesto (1933), and Dewey’s mentor, G. Stanley Hall, was the first of Wilhelm Wundt’s American students.
The Humanist Manifesto’s principle that ethics are autonomous and situational is basically the same as Illuminati founder Weishaupt’s principle of “do what thou wilt.” And the values of secular humanism have been taught in American public schools for at least the last 50 years.
Shortly before Cecil Rhodes attended Oxford and Wundt set up his laboratory in Leipzig, another individual like Weishaupt who believed in liberty of thought was Albert Pike. In 1871, Pike authored Morals and Dogma, in which he explained: “Everything scientific and grand in the dreams of the Illuminati, Jacob Boehme, Swedenborg, Saint-Martin, and others, is borrowed from the Kabalah…. Liberty of thought… universal Fraternity! A new doctrine, a new religion….”
Pike praised Lucifer as the light-bearer, as did Alice Bailey whose works were first published in the early 20th century by Lucifer Publishing. In A Treatise on the Seven Rays: Esoteric Psychology (1936 and 1942), she described the goals and characteristics of what she called “the Illuminati of the world.” To Bailey, this Illuminati was comprised of the enlightened ones, people enlightened by Lucifer. And Bailey emphasized the need for a “new world order” and “points of light” connected to “service,” just as President George H.W. Bush later did in his presidency.
But before having a global “new world order,” a reshaping of America into President Lyndon Johnson’s “Great Society” had to occur. Given the terms “great society” and “new world order” (a type of global great society), the latter of which would be characterized by a diminished national patriotism, is it purely coincidental that in John Robison’s Proofs of a Conspiracy (1798) about the Illuminati, he related that once one became an Illuminatus Minor “the pupil is… convinced that it is a possible thing to unite all the inhabitants of the earth in one great society…. [Then] it may frequently be no hard task to make him think that patriotism is a narrow-minded monopolizing sentiment.” This would enable the Illuminati to “rule the world,” a purpose of the Order according to Robison.
While many people understand that the Illuminati existed and may have dispersed throughout Europe, they doubt that the Order came to America. However, in Augustin Barruel’s Memoirs Illustrating the History of Jacobinism (1798) there is a joint juridical deposition by former Illuminati members Joseph Utzschneider, Georg Grunberger and Johann Cosandey before Elector Karl Theodor (September 9, 1785) in which they indicated they were informed by several of their “Brethren” that “this Sect [the Illuminati] under different names has already spread itself in Italy,… in Austria, in Holland, in Saxony, on the Rhine,… and even as far as America.”
Edmond Charles (Citizen) Genet spent a good deal of time at the Lodge of the Nine Sisters in Paris which was frequented by the Illuminati. In 1793, he became French Envoy to the U.S., and then set up “Democratic Societies” such as the Mingo Creek Democratic Society in western Pennsylvania that fomented the Whiskey Rebellion of July 1794 (they actually wanted to secede and set up their own country there). President George Washington considered Genet a threat to the U.S. and asked him to leave the country. Washington later (October 24, 1798) wrote a letter to Rev. G.W. Snyder expressing his concern over the influence of the Illuminati in America, stating: “It was not my intention to doubt that the doctrines of the Illuminati… had not spread in the United States. On the contrary, no one is more truly satisfied of this fact than I am.” You can see the original handwritten letter in the “American Memory” section of the Library of Congress website.
that year, on May 9, 1798 in Charlestown, South Carolina (where citizen
Genet originally landed on April 8, 1793), Rev. Jedediah Morse preached
the following: “Practically all of the civil and ecclesiastical
establishments of Europe have already been shaken to their foundations
by this terrible organization [the Illuminati]; the French Revolution
itself is doubtless to be traced to its machinations…. The Jacobins
are nothing more nor less than the open manifestation of the hidden
system of the Illuminati. The Order has its branches established and
its emissaries at work in America. The affiliated Jacobin societies
in America have doubtless had as the object of their establishment the
propagation of the principles of the illuminated mother club in France.”
Then, less than two months later on July 4, 1798, Dr. Timothy Dwight, President of Yale University, delivered a discourse in which he claimed: “In the societies of Illuminati doctrines were taught… [such as]: The being of God was denied and ridiculed;… the possession of property was pronounced to be robbery;… adultery, assassination, poisoning, and other crimes of the like infernal nature, were taught as lawful and even as virtuous actions. To crown such a system of falsehood and horror all means were declared to be lawful, provided the end was good…. Of the goodness of the end every man is to judge for himself…. The great and good ends proposed by the Illuminati… are the overthrow of religion, government and human society civil and domestic. These they pronounce to be so good, that murder… and war, however extended and dreadful are declared by them to be completely justifiable if necessary for these great purposes…. With unremitted ardor and diligence the members insinuated themselves into every place of power and trust, and into every literary, political and friendly society; engrossed as much as possible the education of youth, especially of distinction, became licensors of the press, and directors of every literary journal;… Enlisted in their service almost all the booksellers and of course the printers, of Germany;… Panegyrized and trumpeted those of themselves and their coadjutors…. In the private papers, seized in the custody of the leading members of Germany, several such societies [of the Illuminati] are recorded as having been erected in America, before the year 1786.”
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The threat of the Illuminati’s philosophy was especially felt in Pennsylvania after the Whiskey Rebellion to such an extent that the President of the County Courts of the Fifth Circuit, Alexander Addison, felt the need to present “A Charge to the Grand Juries” of those courts’ December 1800 sessions titled “Rise and Progress of Revolution.” In this presentation, Addison referred to a “Conspiracy to destroy the principles which adorn, support, and connect civil society, and to bring men back to the savage state of Nature. Such was the object of the Illuminees or the Illuminati… with the daring ambition of governing the whole world…. All Government… was to be abolished; that an absolute and despotic tyranny might be exercised over the whole earth…. Have we no fear that a similar [to Europe] conspiracy exists here?” Addison concluded by asserting that the spirit of Illuminati “seems to exist in America… by the same means, by secret societies, by the press, by occupying publications and places of instruction…. That the press is used… will not be doubted by any who see the unprincipled similarity of publications.” It is noteworthy here to mention that Cecil Rhodes’ Secret Society of the Elect’s purpose was “to take the government of the whole world,” and with J.P. Morgan’s money buy control of America’s newspapers.
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